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时间:2018-05-31来源:世界酒店联盟 作者:焦媚







“21世纪地球”(Planet 21 - Acting Here!) 是雅高酒店的企业社会责任计划,我们全球所有的酒店与品牌均予以落实。为了解决雅高酒店面临的主要问题并推动创新,该计划定义了一系列需要在2020年之前实现的目标。该计划共含六大主要方面:其中四个针对我们的主要利益相关方,包括员工、客户、合作方(酒店业主与供应商)及酒店当地社区,另外两个针对我们优先关注的领域,即餐饮与建筑。


为了实现这些承诺,更制定了21世纪地球行动计划 (Planet 21 in Action)。该计划设定了更高的目标且更加符合当地情况与实际操作。新计划更灵活,鼓励多方参与,使每家酒店都能设定自己的目标并制定自己的行动方案。通用的基础要求包括16 项必须采取的措施,这是酒店必须完成的初级承诺(青铜等级)。如需提升等级(升至白银、黄金和白金),酒店需要选择各自希望在更广范围内实施的措施。该系统鼓励酒店根据自身所面临的最重要的问题来确定方向,同时加强员工与客人对社会及环境的责任感。




  " Planet 21 " Project of Accor Group

The AccorHotels has been a committed group for many years, and has constantly worked to redefine boundaries. The Planet 21 programme demonstrates the Group's ambitious goals for 2020, based around four strategic points and two priorities.


Planet 21 - Acting Here! is the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program of AccorHotels, implemented in all hotels /all brands across the world. It sets a series of objectives for 2020 in order to tackle AccorHotels’ main issues and drive innovation. The program is structured around 6 pillars: our 4 main stakeholders (employees, clients, partners [hotels’ owners and suppliers] and local communities)  + 2 priority fields (food & beverage and buildings).



In order to achieve our commitments, we defined Planet 21 in Action.  The new system aims higher and is more accommodating as regards local specifics and operational realities. It is more flexible and is based on a participative approach allowing each hotel to set its own objectives and map out its own action plan. A common baseline comprising 16 mandatory actions sets a demanding first level of commitment (bronze status). To upgrade their status (to silver, gold and platinum), hotels then select the actions they wish to implement from a wider range of initiatives. This system encourages ownership of the issues at stake as well as employee and guest accountability regarding social and environmental responsibility.


At AccorHotels, we ask our customers to reuse their towels. Savings made on water and energy are used to fund tree planting. Thanks to Plant for the Planet program, since 2009, we already planted 5.5 million trees around the world, and we committed to plant 10 million trees by 2021.









  Global Sustainable Marine Procurement Target of Hilton

Sustainable Marine Procurement Target of Hilton: procurement of endangered species identified by the WWF are strictly forbidden and seafood should be procured in the way that the formal channels are sustainable and responsible. By 2022, the products is to be purchased by Hilton from MSC-certified fishing industry and ASC-certified farms, accounting for at least 25% of total global seafood procurement. Other channels of Hilton for procurement of seafood include: fishing industry and farms that both are endeavoring to obtain MSC and ASC certification, comprehensive fishing industry, projects for the improvement of seafood and those green enterprises labeled in the guidance category of seafood of the WWF. The WWF will help Hilton measure and update on its process to ensure that the company go forward with the goal. And Hilton banned the sale of shark’s fin in restaurants and eating places in 2014. In 2015, Hilton was the first hotel in the industry to receive MSC Chain of Custody certification in Europe and Asia. In the Americas, Hilton also purchases shrimp products from Sysco that is committed to the sustainable development of seafood.







  Marriott International’s Project of "Nature Convergence--- Drink from the Source"

Marriott International with the Global Environmental Protection Organization and Conservation International are working together for the conservation of freshwater resources , one of the most concerned issues of environmental protection in the world. For example, deforestation for firewood, unreasonable using of fertilizer and pesticides as well as irresponsible abuse of land are all transformed into that activities, which conform to the requirements of environmental protection and sustainability, such as mushroom cultivation and bee raising, to reduce deforestation, conserve soil and water, and reduce pollution in the upstream of river for improving water quality in the downstream of river and urban areas.








  Scandic Hotels to Stop Using Plastic Straws and Cocktail Sticks

Scandic will begin phasing out plastic straws, cocktail sticks and the plastic lids for the take away coffee mugs at all of its hotels. Scandic is also evaluating different eco-friendly replacement products and will offer eco-friendly straws at its bars and restaurants for guests who need them, for example, people with special needs.


Scandic Hotels, has decided to stop using plastic straws and cocktail sticks in all of its hotels to help reducing the harmful impact these products have on the environment.



'As a part of our sustainability program, we're looking to remove all single-use disposable items made of plastic. In total, we're taking approximately 1.3 million straws and 120 000 cocktail sticks out of circulation on a yearly basis. We are also replacing the plastic lids for our take away coffee mugs with biodegradable ones', says Lena Bjurner, SVP HR & Sustainability at Scandic Hotels Group.


Plastic waste is one of our biggest environmental challenges. Different organizations around the world has estimated that there are over 150 million tons of plastic in the world's oceans and that every year, about one million birds and more than 100 000 sea mammals die from eating or getting tangled in plastic waste. Worse still, according to a new report by the UK Government Office for Science, the amount of plastic in our oceans is expected to triple between 2015 and 2025.




'This is a small but important step for Scandic to take. We are an industry leader within sustainability and rightly proud of how we pioneered the pick-up-your-towel behavior and our fight to reduce food waste. These products that we are phasing out are fossil-fuel products that use up the planet's resources and are difficult to recycle, making them extremely detrimental to our environment. It's about time we stop using them', says Lena.


Scandic will begin phasing out plastic straws, cocktail sticks and the plastic lids for the take away coffee mugs at all of its hotels. Scandic is also evaluating different eco-friendly replacement products and will offer eco-friendly straws at its bars and restaurants for guests who need them, for example, people with special needs. 








美高梅国际度假村(纽约证券交易所代码:MGM)和总部位于芝加哥,与北美最大的独立可再生能源公司Invenergy,合作共建了一个新型太阳能光伏阵列。该阵列能提供100兆瓦的清洁可再生能源。 MGM-Invenergy太阳能项目选址于拉斯维加斯北25英里处,其产生的所有能源会被美高梅度假村收购,用于拉斯维加斯大道其13处地产的供电。该项目将于2020年底投入运营。其符合美高梅度假村长期以来的领先地位,以及它做出的承诺---减少消耗地球有限资源。



  MGM Resorts International and Invenergy Announce the Development of a 100-Megawatt Solar Array

At full production, the solar array in the Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone in Nevada will provide up to 90 percent of total daytime power needs across MGM Resorts' 13 Las Vegas Strip locations.


MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) and Chicago-based Invenergy, North America's largest independent renewable energy company, have partnered on a new solar photovoltaic array, which will generate 100 megawatts of clean, renewable energy. The MGM-Invenergy Solar Project will be located 25 miles north of Las Vegas and MGM Resorts will purchase all the energy generated by the project to help power its 13 properties on the Las Vegas Strip. The project will be operational by the end of 2020. This project is in line with MGM Resorts' longstanding leadership and commitment to reduce its consumption of the Earth's limited resources.



Over the past year, MGM Resorts considered a broad array of potential renewable energy projects in Nevada. Invenergy was selected for its strong track record of success in the renewable energy industry, as well as its ability to offer MGM a customized solution. The company also provided a site in an ideal location, which will allow the project to be developed in the most environmentally conscious manner.


Solar energy offers cost-competitive power with zero carbon emissions, providing tremendous value and long-term certainty for customers looking to minimize their impact on the environment."



The MGM-Invenergy Solar Project will be made up of approximately 336,000 panels on 640 acres of land within the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone. The project will produce enough electricity to power the equivalent of approximately 27,000 homes. Aside from the renewable energy being used directly by MGM Resorts' Nevada properties, the project will also yield other significant benefits for the state of Nevada. Construction of the project will employ approximately 350 workers. Once operational, the project will generate approximately $20 million of sales and property tax revenues as well as indirect economic benefits to local businesses like hotels and restaurants, while also reducing carbon emissions.


MGM Resorts' properties line the Las Vegas Strip from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino to Circus Circus Las Vegas, and include some of the most recognizable resort brands in the industry including the Bellagio, Mirage, Aria and MGM Grand. With its roots firmly planted in the Las Vegas area, this array furthers MGM Resorts' commitment to Las Vegas and the community. By building the array close to the Las Vegas Strip, it will enable MGM Resorts to directly use the electricity generated from the array.


In 2016, MGM Resorts completed the expansion of the nation's largest contiguous rooftop solar array. The 26,000 panel, 8.3-megawatt solar array is located on the roof of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.