Accor reaffirms its net-zero commitment and signs two new initiatives

As a multinational company with 5,300 properties that employs more than 230,000 team members in 110 countries, Accor believes that it can have an impact in shaping the future of travel and contribute to making it more sustainable. Accor wants to make the world a better place and ensure that tourism’s benefits go beyond each guest.

A single-use plastic global challenge: #NoMoreSingleUsePlastic

This new challenge, an awareness campaign, comes as part of Accor’s objective to eliminate all guest-related single-use plastic items in the guest experience by the end of 2022. And to reach this objective, everyone at Accor is involved in working together on a mutual goal, to strive towards #NoMoreSingleUsePlastic.

A long-term commitment to net zero emissions

These initiatives reinforce the strong commitments already made by Accor. Notably, in March 2021, the company set an ambitious science-based emissions reduction target: -46% absolute emissions by 2030 compared to the 2019 base year, validated by the Science Based Target initiative.

Accor also joined the ‘Business Ambition for 1.5°C’ program, making Accor the first international hotel group to make a long-term commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

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