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90% of hotels have not set a science-based net zero target, which means they have not committed to limiting global warming to 1.5°C. These hotels are making the problem worse, but some are proving they want to be part of the solution.
At Staze we believe that guests deserve real transparency on the carbon footprint of their bookings. We compile data on the carbon footprint of hotels across the world so you can compare carbon like you compare price.
Every hotel on Staze is categorised as either green or red and you'll find the exact carbon footprint of your stay next to each hotel. Here's how we define green and red hotels.
Green hotels are hotels who have set a net zero target and have reduced their emissions:
Red hotels are hotels who have not yet publicly reported their carbon footprint or set a net zero target. For these hotels, we show you the average carbon footprint of a hotel stay in the local area. This benchmark data is from government sources for 232 cities and 39 countries:
Red hotels can also be hotels who do publicly report their carbon footprint, but have not yet reduced their emissions:
Find out more about how we calculate the carbon footprint of hotels here.