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  • January 11, 2019

Caesars Entertainment has joined its peer group of leading hotel companies as a member of the International Tourism Partnership (ITP), furthering its commitment to human rights. Founded in 1937, Caesars Entertainment is an iconic brand and the world’s most diversified casino-entertainment provider with a portfolio of more than 39,000 rooms in properties across four continents. With a strong commitment to end human trafficking, Caesars Entertainment…

Action on carbon is now urgent, but hotels can work together for change

October 8, 2018

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC’s) eye-opening report today confirms what many of us already knew to be the truth: that urgent and unprecedented action is required to…

Helping hotels be the business blueprint for tackling human trafficking

October 3, 2018

A year ago ITP launched our four Goals for 2030 as a call to action to the hotel sector to do better on the critical social and environmental issues most…

ITP launches cutting-edge water risk intelligence for hotels and wider tourism industry

August 30, 2018

The International Tourism Partnership (ITP) has released its Destination Water Risk Index as part of World Water Week in Stockholm. The Index provides cutting-edge intelligence on the top twelve most…

Scandic Hotels joins ITP to help tackle the Global Goals

August 20, 2018

Nordic hotel company Scandic Hotels is bringing its best practice and know-how on sustainability to collaborate with 13 other leading hotel groups as a member of ITP, the International Tourism…

ITP launches Principles on Forced Labour

June 12, 2018

ITP is delighted to unite the hotel industry in its shared commitment to three key Principles on Forced Labour. ITP’s Principles address a critical human rights issue that can affect…

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