RESET 2023 is on the 3rd November 2023 at the London Hilton, 22 Park Lane, London About the SummitRESET is the premier global sustainability tourism and hospitality summit, showcasing how the sector is leading the business transformation towards a net positive impact for Nature, People and the Planet.The Summit draws together, live and virtually, the foremost individuals, businesses, academics and institutions in tourism and hospitality who are shaping the sustainable […]

Minister of Tourism Jamaica at RESET 2022

We had a great conversation with the Jamaican Minister for Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett on the 1st August to discuss sustainable resilient tourism agendas for Jamaica, the region and globally. Emphasising how we needed an authentic measure of harm impacts to nature and culture as we rebound from Covid 19, tackling the pent up demand […]


RESET 2022 is confirmed for the 16th September, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill About the SummitRESET is the premier global sustainability, tourism and hospitality summit. RESET returns in-person on 16th September 2022 at the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill after a highly successful virtual summit in 2021.Let’s be clear: sustainable practice is […]

TLC will link its Carbon Mitigation and Offset price to the European Allowances (EUA) Market

TLC offset principles include:• Only targeting natural carbon offsets that are also linked directly to biodiversity preservation, regeneration of restoration • Not to seek the cheapest form of offset for business but align the offset cost per ton to either: the European Carbon Futures Market price; or Physical Carbon European Union Carbon Allowances price per […]

TLC signs the The Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism

The Declaration is aiming to: Define a clear and consistent sector-wide message and approach to climate action in the coming decade, aligned with the wider scientific framework and urgency to act now.  Outline the pathways and specific actions that will accelerate tourism’s ability to transform tourism and achieve net zero emissions as soon as possible.  […]

Measuring Hotels Carbon impacts, should include Guest Travel as part of Scope 3 CO2e emissions, it is the largest component of your operational CO2 harm impact.

Not including guest travel and not going to scope 3 in your hotels/ resorts CO2 emissions measure is like trying to weigh yourself while keeping a foot on the floor to support most of the weight; a bit daft and a lot self defeating The pie chart graphic is for a real world UK hotel […]

TLC signs the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Pledge

The Climate Neutral Now Initiative is one of several initiatives launched by the UNFCCC secretariat to increase climate action by engaging non-Party stakeholders (sub-national governments, companies, organizations, individuals). It was launched in 2015 based on a mandate to promote the voluntary use of carbon market mechanisms recognized under the Convention. The Climate Neutral Now […]

TLC links with Surrey University School of Hospitality and Tourism Management to deliver Open Lectures on Sustainability

We are pleased to announce that TLC will partner with Surrey University School of Hospitality and Tourism Management to deliver open lectures on Sustainability in Hospitality and Tourism. Coming in 2022 as part of the wider RESET Hospitality and Tourism Sustainably summit More details to come!

TLC Endorses the Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets – launched by Mark Carney, UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance

Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets Endorsement Letter September 2021In order to achieve the 1.5C Paris ambition, the world needs substantial emission reductions. We, as leaders in our organizations, understand this. Further, we support a clear mitigation hierarchy for companies: reducing emissions comes first, carbon credits are an important complement. Large, high-integrity, voluntary carbon markets […]

The Wealthy contribute most to climate change and can and should be using their power to tackle it.

Its great when you comes across an article and research that really supports your policy position, The outsized potential of the wealthy and well-connected to accelerate climate action “The world’s wealthy contribute significantly more to climate change than others. But they can also play an outsized role in the fight against climate change through personal […]