Reducing Energy and Water Consumption – Good for the Environment and the Bottom Line

Wildlife and Environment, WTM London, 2014,

Resource efficiency makes sense for the bottom line and for the environment, costs are rising and climate change is impacting on the distribution of water. Flooding and drought both result from changes in weather patterns and climate. Carbon pollution from the burning of fossil fuels is a major cause of the rise in average temperatures that we are experiencing in destinations. We’ll hear from four panellists who understand the business case for reducing energy and water consumption and hear why it matters for our sustainability.

Chair Mark Tanzer, Chief Executive, ABTA – The Travel Association


Rebecca Hawkins, Managing Director, Responsible Hospitality Partnership
Fran Hughes, Head of Programmes at the International Tourism Partnership
Rachel McCaffery, Head of Sustainable Tourism, The INTASAVE Partnership and CARIBSAVE
Chris Warren, Chairman, Hamlet Research, Australia

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