World Sustainability Panel – Driving Resiliency and Sustainability in Hospitality
Five Priorities for 2021
Recovery, resilience, recalibration, or bouncing back are a few examples of keywords that are at the center of any discussion surrounding the hospitality industry’s economic prospects this past year.
However uncertain the economic future may be, major crises of earth systems are unabated to date. While similarities exist between resiliency and sustainability there are notable differences, and conflicts, in the two concepts as well. Looking forward, all eyes are on resiliency in hospitality but:
- How do we decouple growth from impacts, most notably carbon emissions?
- How do we ensure that sustainability is a component of resiliency (or vice versa)?
What are the five priorities the hospitality industry should set to tackle resiliency and sustainability at the same time in 2021?
Discover the views, analysis and strategies put forward by this dedicated and engaged group of experts from consultancy, industry, NGOs and academia
Special thanks to : Eric Ricaurte , Madhu Rajesh , Cassia Patel , Catherine Dolton , Benjamin Lephilibert , Franziska Altenrath , Andreas Koch , Xenia zu Hohenlohe , Maurice Bergin FIHI , Julia Massey , José Koechlin von Stein, Carlos Martin-Rios , Johanna Wagner , Ioannis S. Pantelidis PhD, FIH, CMBE, SFHEA , Maribel Esparcia Pérez , Dr. Frauke Fischer , Dr Jonathon Day , Elena Cavagnaro , Christopher Warren, PhD. , Federico Vignati , Florian Kaefer , Arjan van Rheede , Henri Kuokkanen