Hyatt Place Courthouse Arlington Achieves LEED Gold Certification

The second LEED Gold hotel in Arlington focuses on improved atmospheric comfort ARLINGTON, VA Nov. 22, 2016 — Schupp Companies […]

Sleep well: Architects dream up new environments for deeper, better sleep

Eight is the magic number for better sleep. With eight hours of sleep at night, we can take on the […]

The Brando Awarded Prestigious LEED Platinum Certification

Conservation/Sustainability Efforts Earn Highest Level LEED Certification; Island Retreat is the Only LEED-Certified Resort in French Polynesia Tetiaroa, French Polynesia […]

How can sustainability drive profit and business value for hotels?

While the notion that sustainability implies scarcity is dissipating, and more businesses are developing sustainable buildings to avoid waste and […]

Will More Renewable Energy Sources Cause Economic Difficulties?

January was a wild ride.  A massive storm called Jonas headed straight for the Northeast and was estimated to cost […]

Fully exposed: transparency is trending in hospitality

The hospitality industry is in an upswing. In addition to a year-over-year occupancy increase, room rates are going up, with […]

The Best Abundance Blog Posts of 2015

So much happened in 2015 in favor of a greener planet: during the COP21 climate talks in Paris, our world’s […]

Checking in with COP21 – Hospitality and Sustainability Look Forward

COP21 is shorthand for “Conference of the Parties 21,” which was held in Paris November 30 – December 11. Countries […]

Greenbuild 2015 Reveals Monumental Change and Challenges

Tom Paladino, CEO This year’s Greenbuild theme was Monumental – and it felt just like that. I recall when the […]

You Can Stop Spending More on Sustainability

Let’s get one thing out of the way: you can spend more on sustainability. That is a truism. But what […]