Booking.com announced the inaugural launch of its Travel Sustainable badge that will provide information to travelers all over the world looking to make more sustainable travel choices.01 December, 2021
Properties that meet the required threshold for impact are receiving the first version of the Travel Sustainable badge, including those with a broad range of existing certifications and labels, for example those officially approved by Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) like Green Key.
First Green Key certified establishment in Madagascar03 August, 2021
The Tamboho Boutik Hotel located in Antananarivo is the first tourism establishment to receive the Green Key in Madagascar.
New hope for Ecotourism09 June, 2021
Green Key’s web partner, EcoHotels.com, sees a significant increase in the search for environmentally friendly accommodation.
Vogue deems sustainability at Coco Hotel a stylish standout15 April, 2021
Both Coco Hotel, Copenhagen and Green Key is highlighted for their sustainable effort in the international magazine Vogue with the headline “Could This Chic Copenhagen Hotel Be a Model for Sustainable Hospitality?”
Welcome Landal Middelfart!27 March, 2021
The Holiday park Landal Middelfart has received the tourism industry’s international eco-label, Green Key. The holiday park is part of the chain Landal GreenParks, which has a total of seven holiday parks in Denmark.