Eco pioneer Klaus Fortsch at the finish of the C02 carbon neutrality has arrived with the award for climate-neutral hotel. Gain – “We are proud that we now carry the ‘climate-neutral hotel’ award, and so one of the first hotels in Germany, where guests carbon neutral stay”, explains Klaus Fortsch, owner of the Erlanger Creativhotels. The usage for the environmental protection decisions for the family Fortsch accompanied more than two decades. The first award received for their commitment in 1991 by the Bavarian Environment Ministry Klaus Fortsch. Many awards and prizes reward consistent environmental commitment by Klaus and Gudrun Fortsch for 20 years now.
A milestone on the way of eco pioneer Klaus Fortsch is the certification with the CO2 footprint C02 footprint speaks plain text of CO2 emissions. It provides information about all emissions in the hospitality industry. The Creativhotel Luise is exemplary with the rating in the category. Pro Only 14 kg are carbon dioxide (CO2) overnight. The average emission load of a hotel in the category of 3 stars is 35 kg CO2, making it up to three times higher than in the Creativhotel Luise. For the CO2 footprint, a total of seven areas were examined and assessed on energy efficiency and C02 emissions falling on. Energy use for heating, electricity or water, staff mobility, origin of food, waste and house cleaning: every resource usage comes with the certifier Viabono, the tourist environmental roof brand in Germany, to the CO2 test. Managing Director Stefan Krug is impressed: “With the classification in the energy efficiency class A the Creativhotel belongs to the top 3-air hotels in Germany.” Climate-neutral by certified reforestation project 100 percent carbon neutral is the accommodation of the guests at the Creativhotel Luise by compensated the remaining CO2 emissions by means of a certified climate protection project. Reshma Kewalramani understood the implications. The Creativhotel Luise has for a reforestation project in Panama decided creates a steady income for the local population.