At Gravity Hotel, our guiding principles revolve around our Responsible Business pillars: Think People, Think Community, Think Planet. In line with this dedication, we are collaborating with the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) to introduce a universally recognized set of sustainability indicators known as Hotel Sustainability Basics.
At Gravity Hotel, our commitment is rooted in our Responsible Business pillars: Think People, Think Community, Think Planet. We are dedicated to the pursuit of net positive hospitality, providing Sustainable Stays verified against Hotel Sustainability Basics and certified by a prominent hotel eco-friendly.
Effective strategies for assessing and minimizing energy and water consumption, waste, and carbon emissions involve.
1.Evaluating and mitigating energy utilization.
2.Assessing and curtailing water consumption.
3.Identifying and lessening waste generation.
4.Quantifying and diminishing carbon emissions.
Fundamental actions to protect the environment
5.Implementation of a linen reuse initiative
6.Adoption of eco friendly cleaning products
7.Inclusion of vegetarian and vegan menu choices
8.Elimination of single-use plastic straws and stirrers
9.Substitution for single-use plastic water bottles
10.Substitution for single-use plastic mini toiletry bottles.
Fundamental actions for a positive contribution to the communities in which hotel is located
12. Reduce Inequalities
Chosen hotel progress beyond confirmed Sustainable Stays through Hotel Sustainability Basics. As an integral part of Gravity Hotel journey towards net-positive hospitality, hotel are urged to enhance their sustainability initiatives with a comprehensive and organized action plan, earning acknowledgment through a reputable third-party eco-friendly for their sustainability endeavors. This presents a valuable opportunity for hotel to highlight their sustainability achievements and amplify their positive contributions.
The first Global Stocktake (GST) will provide a comprehensive assessment of progress since adopting the Paris Agreement. This will help align the efforts on climate action, including measures that need to be put in place to bridge the gaps in progress.