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11th October 2010 London - Hayes & Jarvis have agreed to sponsor the Best Green International Campaign Category for the second year running at the 5th global Green Awards as a reflection of their commitment to responsible tourism.

As part of the Tui Travel PLC, Hayes & Jarvis have demonstrated continuous efforts towards promoting sustainable development through responsible tourism. To ensure the protection of travel destinations, they work with local partners to make a positive difference. They also offer alternative methods of travelling and provide airline options based on their carbon emissions.

One of their more significant contributions to responsible travel include their association with the Federation of Tour Operators, leading the way by auditing hotels through their ‘Travelife Sustainability System’ to select the ones with the least environmental and social impact. Hotels are now measuring their impact and making reductions in the amount of energy and water they use, using locally produced food and making sure the people who work there have fair working conditions. The best performing hotels are given a Bronze, Silver or Gold Travelife Award. Furthermore, as part of their ‘World Care Fund’ project, every one pound donated by clients when booking holidays is equally matched by the company, in an attempt to protect the environment.

For the 2010 global GREEN AWARDS, Hayes & Jarvis are aligning themselves with the ‘Best Green International Campaign’ category, displaying their commitment towards global travel sustainability. Hayes & Jarvis Director Clare Tobin commented: “We’re delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Best Green International Campaign’ award for the second year running. At Hayes & Jarvis, we have made it our mission to help protect the environment and the people in those destinations our customers travel to with us. We’re particularly passionate about ‘water’ and have enjoyed a long-standing relationship with the clean water charity Just a Drop. The sustainable supply of water underpins economic growth, food and energy security. We feel the most effective way to meet the needs of future generations is to educate them about water. Water is the next carbon, so we must focus on the scarcity of water in the same way as we are focusing on our carbon footprint. In my view global economic pressures and climate change will mean that before long we will all need to measure our water footprint”.

The ‘Best Green International Campaign’ category seeks to recognise campaigns championing sustainability to an audience spanning more than one country. Aside from green communications, judges will also be looking at the local implementation of global campaigns. In other words, judges would be keen to see how companies adapt their campaigns to different cultures.

“By recognising the importance of sustainable tourism Hayes & Jarvis confirms its role in educating travellers about the most appropriate forms of travel so that people can continue to enjoy the benefits of travel but with less environmental impact .’, says Iain Patton, Managing Partner of GREEN, producers and founders of the event.

The global GREEN AWARDS seek to recognise and reward creativity and innovation in sustainability efforts, through marketing, media and communications. Now in its 5th year, the Awards have taken a global outlook, by inviting worldwide participation in all its 16 categories. The Awards’ globally renowned judging panel will be looking for a clear demonstration of positive impact using creativity in communication.

The GREEN AWARDS will be held on 2nd December 2010, hosted by celebrity Jo Wood and fashion designer Wayne Hemingway MBE at the Natural History Museum, South Kensington London. Speakers for the gala ceremony include Rt Hon Chris Huhne MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, and Eric Falt, Assistant Director-General for External Relations and Public Information for the UNESCO. The 2010 global Green Awards are open for entries till 22nd October 2010. More details can be found at

Hayes & Jarvis offer a holidays in a wide range of destinations, including Thailand, Kenya and Maldives holidays.

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About Hayes & Jarvis


with Hayes & Jarvis. As part of our commitment to promote responsible tourism, we have made our mission to help protect the environment and the people in those destinations you travel to with us.


has always been on providing unmistakable value for money, quality holidays in some of the most beautiful countries around the world and like you, we care about the people and places we see on our travels. We are proud to be part of TUI Travel PLC who believes we should enable people to explore and enjoy the world without harming it based on a commitment to sustainable development. While we acknowledge we have a long way to go on this journey, we recognise that the success of our business goes hand in hand with the way we treat our environment and people in our destinations.


by working alongside the Federation of Tour Operators, we are encouraging our hotels to adopt the Travelife Sustainability System. This helps us recognise which are the most sustainable with regards to their environmental and social impact. So far, we are delighted to have found examples of actions in hotels like reducing the amount of energy and water they use, using locally produced food and making sure the people who work there have fair working conditions. The best performing hotels are given a Bronze, Silver or Gold Travelife award. Look out for these in our brochures and website.


in creating great holidays now and in the future. You can help us in working hard to offset carbon emissions, protect the environment and support local communities in the places you love to visit by supporting our World Care Fund project. Donate a pound each and we'll match it. Together we can do our bit for the planet.
All you need to do is say ‘yes’ to your World Care Fund donation when you book your holiday – we’ll take care of the rest.

Read more about our efforts on Responsible Tourism on

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