Green Globe is the global Benchmarking and Certification programme for sustainable Travel and Tourism. It is based on the Agenda 21 principles for Sustainable Development endorsed by 182 Heads of State at the United Nations Rio De Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992.
Green Globe provides a framework for organisations to achieve the desired outcomes for sustainable tourism as set out in the final report of the World Summit for Sustainable Development held in Johannesburg in 2002.
Green Globe complies with the Mohonk Agreement which outlines the guidelines and
principles for an International Sustainable Tourism Certification Programme.
Green Globe partners with Travel and Tourism organisations to achieve and maintain good environmental and social practice, deliver maximum benefit to all interested parties and provide choice for concerned consumers.
The Green Globe brand signifies better environmental and social performance, improved
community interactions and savings through more efficient use of resources. It provides
recognition and promotional support to a global consumer market.
Kota Bukit Indah Plaza Hotel Goes Green
Kota Bukit Indah Plaza Hotel is now chosen as one of the Green Hotels by EarthCheck in April 2011. As one of the hotels that are committed to reduce, re-use, recycle, replace and recover the environment, we are monitoring and record electricity consumption, water, fuel and gas in all departments from the checklist, review and monitor daily by using EarthCheck Benchmarking software for energy, water and waste and is committed to continual improvement.
This commitment was realized since the hotel opening in 1996 with saving energy campaigns and a Green Team committee.
The hotel complies to Indonesian safety, health and environmental regulations and laws and is regularly checked / assessed by health, fire and environmental department (AMDAL) and others.
Together we can make our Earth a better place.