Sustainability in MeetDenmark's strategy 2020 to 202308 April, 2020
MeetDenmark has set ambitious goals for sustainable tourism in their joint strategy for 2020 to 2023. One of the goals is that all members must be environmentally certified.
Survey on heated terraces in France06 April, 2020
Since some municipalities in France are preparing their election campaign – especially Paris – a new issue is surfacing: the ban of heating systems on terraces. GNI asked all its members to know their habits concerning heating terraces in hotels, cafés and restaurants in France.
New sustainability emblem for 11 Danish restaurants06 April, 2020
When it comes to sustainability, Denmark came out on top with 11 restaurants getting Michelin’s new green clover, a symbol for chefs who have taken responsibility by preserving resources and embracing biodiversity.
Green Restaurant - a new ecolabel for restaurants01 April, 2020
In the light of the immense success of Green Key being in more than 60 countries with more than 3000 certified companies in the hospitability sector, HORESTA believes it is time to create an ECO-label for the gastronomy industry as well.
One in every five hotels in Denmark is Green11 March, 2020
VisitDenmark has made its first report on Green Key hotels in Denmark. The report showed that one in every five hotels is a Green Key hotel, which provides tourists, who value green solutions, with great opportunities for sustainable stays in Denmark.