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Hospitality & Climate Action

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A positive development for climate action from hospitality...

Hilton's revised climate targets call for a reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity of 75% in managed hotels, up from a former target of 61%, and 56% in franchised hotels by 2030. The corporation claimed that the Science Based Targets project (SBTi) has certified its revised GHG emission targets as being in line with a trajectory to keep global temperature rise to 1.5°C.

In order to make a meaningful impact on 20 million community members through local support, economic opportunities, and disaster relief by 2030, Hilton has made a number of social impact commitments, including a target to create 5 million learning and career growth opportunities for employees and communities with a focus on underrepresented groups. It has also committed to promoting responsible and inclusive conduct throughout all of its value chain operations.


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