Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and green advisory body Hospitable Climates have launched new green guidance for hospitality companies looking to become more environmentally friendly.
Fairmont has launched a third edition of its Green Partnership Guide.
The hotel company claims it is "the ultimate source for companies looking to introduce or expand their green polices".
It provides an insight into Fairmont's green polices and tackles areas such as energy management, water conservation and community outreach programmes.
Chris Cahill, Fairmont's president, said: "For close to two decades now, Fairmont has actively supported environmentally sound business practices. With heightened awareness and responsible tourism now a mainstream topic, we encourage others to learn from our experience in this area."
Hospitable Climates, which is managed by the Institute of Hospitality, has released three new free fact-sheets on energy efficiency.
These include subjects such as investing in a new energy efficiency cellar cooling equipment, emissions trading and financial incentives for improving energy efficiency.
For more visit www.hospitalclimates.org.uk
By Chris Druce
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