Carlson Hotels Worldwide Goes Green in Singapore

Singapore | March 03, 2009

To mark the opening of the group's 1000th property, Carlson Hotels Worldwide, one of the world's leading hotel companies, has partnered with the United Nations Environment Programme to plant 1,000 trees around the world.

In Singapore, executive members of the Asia Pacific operations recently participated in a tree planting exercise organised by the Singapore Environmental Council. The tree that was donated and planted by Carlson Hotels Worldwide belongs to the Horsfieldia family of plants, a threatened species which is native to Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

The tree planting exercise is also part of the hotel group's wider campaign to support responsible business and global environmental initiatives internationally.


Carlson Hotels Worldwide is a leading global hotel company with more than 1,000 locations in 74 countries. Its brands include: Regent® Hotels & Resorts, Radisson® Hotels & Resorts, Park Plaza® Hotels & Resorts, Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM and Park Inn® . Carlson Hotels Worldwide is part of Carlson, a global travel, marketing and hospitality company.

In Asia Pacific, Carlson Hotels Worldwide is fast expanding its portfolio of hotels. It currently has about 120 hotels in operation and under development and more than 20,000 rooms in 14 countries. With regional headquarters in Singapore, it is supported by reservations, sales and development offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, NewDelhi and Sydney.


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