AccorHotels has released their Corporate Responsibility Report detailing what the organisation undertook last year to provide ongoing sustainability and diversity initiatives.
The Report provides details about the rollout of the 2016-2020 Planet 21 program, which spans six key pillars including; People, Guests, Partners, Communities, Buildings and Sustainable Food, with commitments aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
AccorHotels enters its 10th year of partnership with Greening Australia this year, which has seen 6,763 trees planted around the country.
In 2017, $750,000 was raised for the AccorHotels Community Fund, which focuses on building healthy families. In order to achieve this goal, AccorHotels works with charity partners the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, AIME, the Kokoda Youth Foundation and Lifeline.
“It takes a lot of commitment to ensure sustainability in all of its facets runs throughout the business and I am very proud of our team as we hit some significant milestones in 2017,” said Simon McGrath, Chief Operating Officer of AccorHotels Pacific.
View the report http://bit.ly/AccorReport