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Webinar: Hotel Sustainability in the Age of COVID-19

This webinar was recorded on November 17, 2020

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The pandemic has not dampened the importance of sustainability—in fact, it's highlighted just how intertwined human health is with the health of our planet. As consumers and businesses become more conscious of their environmental impact coming out of the pandemic, hotels will need to plan for a new normal in travel that embraces sustainability along with good hygiene practices.

In this webinar, experts from Green Key, Innovation Lighthouse, and Arthur Hotels will join Pegasus for an in-depth discussion on hotel sustainability in the age of COVID-19. Participants will learn:

  • Why sustainability is as important as ever, even in a pandemic, and how hotels can use it to distinguish themselves from the competition
  • Tested and proven sustainability interventions that help hotels save substantial water and energy and reduce operational costs
  • How to use simple behavioral insights for more sustainable hotel guest stays
  • Why and how to approach sustainability certification, and how other hotels have achieved this

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Webinar: Hotel Sustainability in the Age of COVID-19 is organized by

Nancy Huang
Senior Marketing Director
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