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Free Tool Compares Hotels’ Water, Carbon Footprints

The hotel industry will be able to compare energy and water use, as well as carbon footprint, using a new tool from the Cornell University Center for Hospitality Research (CHR). Developed by researchers Howard Chong and Eric Ricaurte, the Hotel Sustainability Tool 2015 is available from the CHR at no … Read more »

LEED Certification Boosts Hotel Revenue

LEED-certified hotels make more money in average daily rates and revenue per available room than their non-LEED competitors, according to a study by Cornell University. This is a change from a 2013 Cornell study that stated hotels, on average, don’t see a revenue boost from going green. The new study … Read more »

Going Green Doesn’t Boost Hotel Revenue

Going Green Doesn’t Boost Hotel Revenue

Hotels, on average, don’t see a revenue boost from going green, according to the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research. The Cornell study analyzed sales and rates for 9,000 hotels and found a net-neutral effect for the hotel industry’s sustainability efforts. While green certification doesn’t improve a hotel’s bottom line, it … Read more »