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Hyatt Launches Three Global Initiatives to Significantly Reduce Single-Use Plastics

All Hyatt brands worldwide will move to large-format bathroom amenities and reduce single-use water bottles by June 2021.

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Cruise Line Pilot Shows AI Tech Cuts Fuel Consumption

Stena Lines has seen a reduced fuel consumption of 2-3% per trip, resulting in the expansion of AI to all 37 vessels in Europe in 2020.

Alain Belanger, Verdant CEO, credits demand for Verdant energy-management solutions to increasing energy costs, revised building code mandates and the benefits derived from utility program rebates.

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The net-zero, mixed-use project will break ground at Las Vegas Blvd. South and Cactus Avenue featuring a futuristic 3,000-keys hotel.

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Three years in the making, the expanded MOSAIC collection is designed to boost the hospitality sector's adoption of amenity dispensers and eliminate single-use plastic bottles.

Focused on supplying power with lower emissions, fuel cell research project is the latest in a series of major advances in corporation’s innovative “green cruising” strategy.

Knowcross will automate its daily back-of-house operations, improve staff productivity and reduce the hotel's carbon footprint.

Addressing changing traveler expectations, greet offers guests environmental considerations and a socially responsible approach within the economy segment.

Program uses challenge-based learning in conjunction with advanced simulators to send officers on a challenging real-world voyage to improve communication, Environmental Officer knowledge, analytical skills and more.

Auto Gasification Solution will reduce ships' environmental impact, waste to less than 5% of its original volume, and will produce synthesis gas which can be recycled within the unit as fuel.

Battery installation will bring company one step closer to achieving emissions-neutral ship operations.

Cruise line is implementing changes such as LNG for fuel, advanced emission purification systems, and is experimenting with zero-emission fuel cells.

Costa Cruises' two new flagships are among 10 next-generation "green" vessels on order for Carnival Corporation that will be powered in port and at sea by liquefied natural gas, the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel.

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