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Green Light Award - Reader Travel Awards
Raquel Noboa of Fifty Shades Greener has helped the hospitality industry in Ireland rethink sustainability, our Reader Travel Awards judges say.
When it comes to sustainability, no one gets it quite like Raquel Noboa.Read press release
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Embrace the Change - Educating Ireland on Sustainability.
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Making It Work: Company that helps hotels go green has a global reach.
I N D E P E N D A N T . I E
The ‘guilt-free’ staycation guide – seven tips for making your holiday more sustainable.
H E R T E L I E R
This year, she launched the UK's first certified Level 4 certificate in environmental sustainability management in hospitality.
Over 120 businesses from the hospitality and travel sectors in Ireland will save an average of 30% thanks to a state-subsidised sustainability training programme.
When it comes to sustainability in the hospitality sector, there’s arguably no-one in Ireland who knows more than Raquel Noboa.
The First Qualified Green Manager in the United Kingdom! Dane Barnard, executive chef at Humble Grape - Battersea.
Pilot project at Scoil Chonglais, students have been playing their part in building a greener future by taking part in a virtual conference with students in Nigeria
Raquel highlights the importance of establishing a strong network & how 50 Shades Greener is providing world leading environmental education and training to a wide range of clients.
Raquel Noboa talks about her eco-travel consulting business and why things are getting greener in the hospitality industry