The New Zealand Government uses the emission factors by country in their Guide on Measuring Emissions for Organisations to calculate Scope 3 emissions from accommodation.
The UK Government uses the emission factors by country in their GHG Conversion Factors for Company Reporting Guidance to calculate Scope 3 emissions from hotel stays.
The Scope 3 Evaluator, a tool created in partnership between the GHG Protocol and Quantis, incorporates the CHSB dataset into its methodology for estimating Scope 3 emissions of Business Travel (Category 6).
Travel companies are using the dataset to quantify and provide Scope 3 emissions of hotel stays to their clients as well as using it as the base to offset the emissions associated with the customer’s travel.
The dataset can also be used for several other applications.
The Destination Water Risk Index incorporated the dataset by market as the basis for weighting the risk based on water intensity by market to provide context for hotel practitioners to understand how water risk relates to their business by overlaying water risk, water usage intensity, and hotel supply.
Euromonitor Sustainable Travel Index incorporates the carbon, energy, and water intensity benchmarks of the CHSB and Hotel Footprinting tool for each country into its indicators and overall weighting to provide rankings enabling countries and stakeholders to gauge their performance across key sustainability pillars.
The ULI Greenprint Performance Report integrates a special data feed from CHSB to align with its key indicators and ranges, serving as the source data for the hotel asset class portion of the report.
The Hotel Global Decarbonisation Report incorporated the data by country as the basis for estimating the levels of carbon emissions intensity reduction by 2030 and 2050 to align with the Paris Agreement and 2-degree scenario.
Hilton and Greenview used the CHSB dataset to publish Calculate the Hotel Industry’s Impact research study through the Cornell University Center for Hospitality Research, quantifying the global footprint of energy, water, and carbon emissions and the level of collective impact potential for implementing best practices.