Sustainability in Catering – Training Session

Check out the unsustainable behaviours that sometimes take place in the catering business, sometimes without peoplebeing aware of their impacts   ·       Serving coffee in plastic cups   ·       Giving out one or more plastic straws   ·       Wasting water in the bathroom and in dishwashing   ·       Wasting energy   ·       Not recycling   If you adopt some of these practices in your establishment, you should take a break, rethink your behaviour, and become more sustainable.   Even though costumers go to restaurants looking to make the most out of their experience, they don’t always pay attentionto these details or the consequences of their behaviour. Nevertheless, the environment will have to endure all thedamages.   Bearing in mind the key role of restaurants in people’s daily lives, it is important that restaurateurs become aware of theirattitudes and take on a more sustainable role.   If you are interested in this topic, follow our project’s blog and check out our presentation on environmental sustainabilityin catering (supply side), in which we will address more unsustainable practices, presenting solutions that ensuresustainability in establishments. 

Digital Nomadism: A new panorama of sustainable tourism

The current pandemic situation has led to a revolution in the world of work, giving rise to “Digital Nomadism”. Talking about Digital Nomadism is, above all, talking about a lifestyle that, due to technological advances, paved the way for remote work, meaning you can work from anywhere in the world. Although an embryonic trend, the tourism industry isContinue reading “Digital Nomadism: A new panorama of sustainable tourism”

The Azores – the most sustainable archipelago in the world

Towards the end of 2019, Azores was rewarded and accredited as a sustainable tourist destination, after two long years of efforts and hard work. The certificate was handed out by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), making the Azores the first region of its country and the only archipelago in the world to achieve it. Continue reading “The Azores – the most sustainable archipelago in the world”

Sustainable tourism, a concept we should promote

You have probably heard of sustainability or sustainable tourism, but do you really know what it is? Sustainable tourism is much more than tourism without plastic. It seeks to preserve and respect natural heritage and biodiversity, minimizing our impact on it. The tourism industry affects all people and not just those who live at theContinue reading “Sustainable tourism, a concept we should promote”