GABI® - Measures Climate and Biodiversity Harm - including Scope 3 supply and value chains.
Planet Tip® - Giving back to Nature and Tackling Climate and Biodiversity Harm - one Trip; one Hotel Room Night; one Event; one Diner; at a time.
Total Life Cycle (TLC) introduces to tourism, hotels and hospitality, the Planet Tip®, a science based, price calculation of the environmental harms caused by the goods and services we buy and use. The Planet Tip is calculated by our proprietary software, GABI® that hotels, resorts, businesses and even customers, can use to show how much Carbon dioxide, other greenhouse gases and biodiversity harm is linked to their holiday, hotel room, event, travel, or even the meal they ate dining out.
TLC provides analytic and data driven technology solutions to Hospitality and Hotels, that is simple to use and results in the engagement of visitors and guests to contribute to local sustainability action.
We focus on High Impact areas, such as:
The premier international Sustainability and Resilience summit for Global Hospitality, Hotels and Tourism.
This years event will be at Raffles London at The OWO, 57 Whitehall, on the 3rd November 2023.
Last years RESET 2022 themes included:
Innovations in sustainable tourism Destination Development from global examples such as the Red Sea Development Company, Foster + Partners and other international architects. Evaluating and pricing environmental impacts using TLC's GABI, the Greenhouse Gas and Biodiversity impact and value tool for travel, hotels and hospitality. Blockchain in tourism and travel, Womens decision making and economic buying power in travel and tourism, and tourism related Nature Regeneration examples in Meso-America, Maldives, Middle East and Europe
Sustainable hotel and resort development and integrated lifestyles.
The built environment represents 38% of carbon climate pollution, so tackling the emissions from hotel, resort and tourism infrastructure development is an essential component of a Total Life Cycle understanding of sustainability.
We review and advise on the development of new and redeveloped tourism destinations for climate and biodiversity impacts, with the resource of a broad range of specialists including - biologists, architects, surveyors, coastal palnners, technologists and engineers. To identify, impact assess, value and source enhanced sustainable options. One of our earliest examples in alternative sourcing to tackle emissions was related to concrete in the built environment:
TLC is a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration. We agree on the five shared pathways to ensure climate action is aligned across all of tourism sector: Measure, Decarbonise, Regenerate, Collaborate, Finance.
TLC Endorses the Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets.