Up to 60% of Maldivian coral reefs have been bleached due to the recent surge in sea surface water temperatures. What can resorts do to rise up from this mass phenomenon?
The need to design the “Hospitable” experience: The prominence of art has been a long standing romance between design and the hospitality industry, the objective is to make the entire hotel acquisitions inspire the guests or more importantly give personality to an otherwise innate building through brand aesthetics and defining elements. A brand has to […]
In mid-2015, a plague of coral-devouring starfish known as crown-of-thorns posed an existential threat to coral reefs, the bedrock of the Maldives’ thousand isles.
Green Globe has launched a new online solution centre to facilitate certification and better management of environmental indicators, known as Green Globe Solutions (GGS).
Kuramathi Island Resort has been honoured with the TUI Umwelt Champion Award 2015.
The installation of 4,160 new solar panels is expected to significantly reduce the resort’s reliance on diesel generators.
According to a Booking.com sustainable travel survey, an estimated 52% of global travellers say they’re likely to choose a hotel and destination based on its social or environmental impact in 2015
To mark World Oceans Day, Coco Collection looks back over its conservation initiatives and recent partnership with the Olive Ridley Project.
Resorts throughout the country celebrated World Environment Day 2015 yesterday with a host of awareness-raising activities, presentations and eco-friendly events.
Gili Lankanfushi has announced its partnership with Swimsol, an Austrian company that specialises in groundbreaking floating solar power solutions, by unveiling a 15 x 15 metre floating solar power platform in their lagoon.
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Maldives and the Maldives Marine Research Centre (MRC) are jointly calling for environment stakeholders in the country to contribute data towards a nationwide attempt to monitor the El Niño conditions that are currently arising, and the subsequent coral bleaching phenomenon that is being observed throughout the Maldives.
Soneva Resorts and Residences has been selected as the winner in the ‘Environment’ category in the annual WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards.