Radisson Hotel Group is one of the world’s largest hotel groups with ten distinctive hotel brands, and more than 1,700 hotels in operation and under development in 120 countries. Its signature service philosophy is Every Moment Matters. Radisson Hotel Group portfolio includes Radisson Collection, art’otel, Radisson Blu, Radisson, Radisson RED, Radisson Individuals, Park Plaza, Park Inn by Radisson, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, and prizeotel, brought together under one commercial umbrella brand Radisson Hotels. Radisson Rewards is our global rewards program that delivers unique and personalized ways to create memorable moments that matter to our guests. Radisson Rewards offers exceptional loyalty benefits for our guests, meeting planners, travel agents and business partners.
Radisson Hotel Group
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2022 has been an essential year for Radisson Hotel Group’s sustainability program. By taking our commitment to be net-zero by 2050, combined with the publication on approved science-based near-term targets, we join the leading league of companies who make their targets align with worldwide COP climate goals. We have started our net-zero transformation. This includes the implementation of our renewable energy sourcing strategy and our transition to green hotel buildings which enable us to act swiftly and in close coordination with property owners, developers, and our supply chain. As we continue transforming the business with our 5-Year strategic plan, and move into the Year of Skills as announced by the EU, attracting talent to fill key vacancies in the hospitality industry as well as training and retaining team members remain essential. As a diverse and inclusive employer, we need to know what inspires people and how we can help talent grow both professionally and personally. At Radisson Hotel Group we build on strong foundational beliefs, which help us to achieve excellent scores in the results of our in-house team member survey, as well as be recognized a second time as the #4 Best Employer in the Travel & Leisure industry globally by Forbes. In communities around the world, we extend employment opportunities to the vulnerable and those in need in times of humanitarian crises through employability programs, for example, our actions and commitment to support Ukrainian team members as well as other refugees. The attitude, commitment, and efforts of our team members in their local communities have been truly extraordinary. It fills me with pride to see the work they have done and continue to do. We continue to provide food, shelter, and a brighter future for at-risk children and youth along with our international charity partner, SOS Children’s Villages. With its commitment to the Glasgow Declaration and to be net-zero by 2050, RHG’s near-term science-based carbon reduction targets for 2030 were approved by SBTi. The Group activates its decarbonization strategy with the development of a renewable energy sourcing pathway and comprehensive Build Planet guidelines to transition the portfolio to green hotel buildings. RHG has increased its sustainability ambitions with clear commitments to net-zero by 2050 and for the pathway to net positive hospitality. The 2021 – 2026 strategic plan includes Responsible Business focus areas and targets for our hotels globally. These targets are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. With fully approved near-term science-based emission reduction targets by 2030 and pledge to science-based net-zero by 2050, RHG is continuing to reaffirm its strong commitment to sustainability. As lead supporter of Hotel Sustainability Basics, RHG is encouraging all hotels to implement a coordinated set of minimum initiatives to drive responsible travel and tourism. We participate in and live Responsible Business every day. Together with our team members in our hotels and offices, RHG partners with multiple organizations to give back to the environment and the local communities where we operate by creating shared value to provide human necessities such as food, shelter, water, sanitation, and hygiene to those in need, and create employment opportunities for better futures and a healthier planet for all. RHG strives to achieve a net positive impact for the planet. With near-term science-based targets approved for 2030, RHG is aligned with the industry’s net-zero methodology to minimize its environmental footprint. This requires factors such as decreasing carbon emissions, energy use, and water consumption, as well as increasing sustainable consumption and resource management. RHG has established net-zero targets in line with the SBTi Net-Zero Standard by joining the Business Ambition for 1.5°c campaign and the UNFCCC Race to Zero. In addition, RHG has committed to the Nature Positive approach under the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.