The Center for Hospitality Research is proud to have recently published the seventh annual Cornell Hotel Sustainability Benchmarking (CHSB) Index Report. Co-authored by Eric Ricaurte and Rehmaashini Jagarajan of Greenview, the report finds that hotels around the world have decreased carbon emissions by 10% since 2015. This year, more than 14,000 hotels reported their energy, water usage, and greenhouse gas emissions for the index. Click the button below to download the full report.
Directorship Named Through 2025
Thanks to the generous support of Dr. Michael Dang MMH ’07, the Center for Hospitality Research has named the Directorship through 2025. Professor Linda Canina currently serves as the inaugural Dr. Michael Dang Director of the Center for Hospitality Research.
Even as the CDC advised against travel, TSA checkpoint counts increased sharply with more than 6 million passengers during both the week before and of Thanksgiving. However, that increased air travel volume did not translate to more hotel rooms sold as weekly demand (13.2 million) and occupancy (36.2%) fell to their lowest levels since late May. This would indicate that a bulk of travelers opted to stay with family during the holiday.
Ahead of the Curve: A Kalibri Labs Series
An in-depth look at the impact of the pandemic and potential shape of recovery in specific markets. Click here to read about the NYC, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington D.C., & Miami markets. New this week: Top 50 U.S. Markets.