Exclusive: Accor aims to draw the curtain on unsustainable hotels

James S Murray

Hospitality giant reveals how staff training and carbon bonuses are helping to cut energy use and slash emissions

Would you be upset if you walked into a hotel room to find that the curtains were drawn, the TV was silent, and the staff were keen not to wash your towels each day? These are some of the questions...

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