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Severin does something wild and uncontrollable02 November, 2020
Green Key labeled Severing gives us back nature.
The Green Campsite in the Danish Highlands29 October, 2020
More campsites wish to be greener and more sustainable, and the campsite in Søhøjlandet (read: Highlands in Central Jutland) work particularly hard towards this goal.
Norwegian tourists perceive Denmark as a sustainable travel destination but they still want more26 October, 2020
In 2020 almost 25% of the Norwegian people consider themselves to be Green Idealists. This means that they take environmental considerations, when deciding upon the next travel destination. Despite the fact that they perceive Denmark to be an attractive holiday destination, they still want the Danish tourism industry to do more, when it comes to protecting the environment.
First Hotel on the Faroe Islands completely built according to Green Key standards08 October, 2020
Thorshavn is the first hotel and conference centre on the Faroe Islands to be awarded the Green Key certificate. The newly opened 124-room hotel has completely been built by using the Green Key criteria as a standard.
The impacts of the pandemic on the travel industry22 September, 2020
In an interview with Green Key International, Jens Zimmer Christensen, the chairman of HOTREC and HORESTA (Danish Hotel & Restaurant Association), has been sharing his thoughts on the impacts of the pandemic on the third-largest industry in Europe, the travel industry, and the hospitality sector in particular.
36,5 mio. German Green Idealists wish to travel more sustainably14 September, 2020
According to a new study by VisitDenmark 44% of Germans expect that environmental and sustainable efforts will have a big or very big influence on their future choice of destination.