Green and wise
The Claridges is organising a Green Walk — a tree plantation <g data-gr-id="34">drive</g> in the area with their staff and guests on June 5. As a part of the initiative, the hotel will host a special screening of Davis Guggenheim’s The Inconvenient Truth to explain the dangers of global warming. A short video will also be screened on how to conserve natural resources and energy.
Planters will be handed over to all the guests at the time of checkout as a memorabilia and to advocate for the betterment of the environment. The hotel will also encourage electronic billing to save paper.To increase awareness of and dedication towards the cause, the hotel’s staff will also conduct a session for all taxi drivers around the hotel on fuel conservation and vehicle maintenance.
Keeping in mind the current state of the depreciating fuel reserves, Sevilla will be candle lit for the evening with an endeavor to promote conservation of resources. Adopting a no-wastage <g data-gr-id="35">policy,the</g> hotel will have no bins at the hotel’s café. With a special menu of greens and sustainable ingredients, The Claridges will strengthen their support to World Environment Day.
“The <g data-gr-id="30">well being</g> of humanity, the environment and the economies ultimately depend on the responsible management of the planet’s resources. The Claridges believes that there’s room for everyone to contribute and make a collective difference through simple ways. This World Environment Day come to be part of The Claridges build a sustainable future.” says Atul Lall, VP Hospitality and General Manager, The Claridges, New Delhi.
The Claridges will offer India’s first automatic electric car, with solar charging and zero emissions, the Mahindra e2o to all guests for travelling within the city to promote eco-friendly travels.The team will also urge guests to use bicycles available at the hotel instead of cars to cover short distances.
This World Environment Day, The Claridges plans to influence its guests and <g data-gr-id="26">staff,</g> and spread the message that every individual and organisation can make a difference in ensuring a healthy future.