Mexican Resort Chain Kicks Off Sustainability Program

Design Hotels in Mexico recently announced the launch of its global sustainability program in partnership with EC3 Global, an industry leader in environmental practices, and Finding Infinity, an organization employing grass-roots initiatives to promote the use of renewable energy sources.

In order to really make an eco-dent, Design Hotels believes the process must start at the micro level and then touch all areas of hospitality operations. To kick-start the association, Design Hotels’ member properties in Mexico will be the first to benefit from EC3 Global’s EarthCheck survey during Finding Infinity’s expedition throughout the country starting now.

Touring cities and towns around Mexico on a motorcycle powered by recycled vegetable oil, Finding Infinity’s initiative aims to help change the way people use energy resources, and encourage societies to be self-sufficient.

They will conduct interviews at conventional energy plants, visit low-income homes, schools and communities, and set up OFF the GRID events, which are powered using solely renewable energy.

During the expedition an EarthCheck survey will be conducted at Grupo Habita hotels from Mexico City to Veracruz. Catch up on the action with regular video updates on


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