How Green are Our Hotels? Evidence from Thailand

@article{Mishra2016HowGA,
  title={How Green are Our Hotels? Evidence from Thailand},
  author={Prajna Paramita Mishra},
  journal={Environment and Urbanization Asia},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={132 - 148}
}
  • P. Mishra
  • Published 26 February 2016
  • Business
  • Environment and Urbanization Asia
Environmental management remains a neglected area in the management of hotels. This study has tried to find out the environmental management practices of hotels in Bangkok. This study shows that hotels in Bangkok are practicing environmental management practices. However, at a point they also do not want to compromise with guest comfort. The idea of Green Leaf is very innovative and the hotels are trying their best to be a part of that. The hotels think that cost saving is a force for the… 

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