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Journey of a Green Key certified restaurant featured on CNN24 April, 2022
The Michelin awarded restaurant Grič in Slovenia has been a Green Key certified establishment since 2021.
Liseberg receives ISO 20121 sustainability certification as the first amusement park in the world15 February, 2022
Liseberg has on December third received an ISO 20121 certification for their sustainability management system. This is an important milestone for Liseberg’s sustainability work, aiming to become a world leader in sustainable amusement park operations.
Booking.com implements ‘Travel Sustainable Badge’ to aid identifying conscious establishments05 January, 2022
Establishments that fulfil the criteria of a GSTC recognised standard such as Green Key have their eco-certification also added to their profile page in Booking.com.
Workshops for Green Key in 202204 January, 2022
At the beginning of 2022, Small Danish Hotels and Green Key have arranged a number of workshops for hotels in the chain. The intention is to help them move forward with sustainable work and get more of the chain's hotels in Green Key.
Green profile at Fuglsangcentret21 December, 2021
In Fredericia, there is a Small Danish Hotel, which has been marked with Green Key. Fuglsangcentret, which is owned by the Danish Society for the Blind, has earned the international eco-label of tourism after an application process with great commitment.
Hotel Vejlefjord receives Green Key17 December, 2021
The staff has been at the forefront of help and ideas when the iconic Hotel Vejlefjord applied for the Green Key - and now they have received the reward. The Green Keys Jury agreed that the hotel's current efforts and plans for future activities have made Hotel Vejlefjord eligible for this certification.