Environmental Practices and Management Concerns of Conference Center Administrators

  title={Environmental Practices and Management Concerns of Conference Center Administrators},
  author={K. Wolfe and C. W. Shanklin},
  journal={Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research},
  pages={209 - 216}
  • K. Wolfe, C. W. Shanklin
  • Published 2001
  • Business
  • Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research
  • The purposes of this study were to identify environmental practices and concerns of conference center administrators. A questionnaire was developed, pilot tested, and administered as part of the needs assessment. Descriptive and comparative statistics were used to analyze data. Of the 348 questionnaires sent, 211 were completed and returned for a 60.6% response rate. Recycling was implemented by 85.8% of the respondents; 27% of the conference centers have implemented an energy conservation… CONTINUE READING
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