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Sustainability At Novotel Sydney International Airport

As a Gold Standard member of the Accor Planet 21 program, we are committed to a sustainable future.

It’s no secret that the hospitality industry has had a significant environmental impact - the sector is estimated to be responsible for 1% of global carbon output. To address these concerning statistics, we have made commitments to become a more sustainable business and have begun implementing changes at our hotel to reduce our footprint.

#NoMoreSingleUsePlastic by the end of THIS year!

Every year on Earth Day (April 22nd), Accor celebrates environmental commitments in hotels around the world. We want to make the world a better place and ensure that the benefits of tourism go beyond guests, out into the community and to the planet itself. This year, the Accor group has announced an ambitious goal: #NoMoreSingleUsePlastic by the end of THIS year!

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Novotel Sydney Airport to participate in Earth Hour 2022

The management and staff at Novotel Sydney International Airport understand the need for greater awareness around the impacts of energy usage on our natural environment. To show our support for a reduction in carbon emissions, we will be participating in Earth Hour this Saturday, 26th March 2022.

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Accor Acting Here Planet 21 logo at Darwin airport hotel

Novotel Sydney Airport Achieves Gold Standard in Acting Here Planet 21 Program

The Acting Here Planet 21 program was launched by Accor in 2011 to address the responsibilities of the hospitality industry in a changing climate. Novotel Sydney International Airport has participated in this program and is committed to making positive changes that will help us achieve a greener future in hospitality.

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Aerial top view of summer green trees at Darwin Airport Hotels

Accor's Environmental Commitments From COP26

Our parent company, Accor, recently signed the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism launched by the UN World Tourism Organization (UNTWO) on 4 November 2021. This means that we will deliver a comprehensive and actionable climate plan before the end of 2022 to halve our emissions by 2030 and achieve net zero by 2050.

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