38% of hotels and ryokans in Japan say “We address SDGs,” while many of them lack know-how for concrete actions

The latest Yano Research Institute’s research on SDGs actions by hotels and ryokans, finds that many of hospitality operators recognize SDGs as social responsibility.

90% of them said that they should address SDGs, and 38.3% answered that they have already started to take some actions for SDGs. 32.8%, however, said that they have not addressed SDGs yet.

The interview survey shows that many operators think it is difficult to survive unless they addressSDGs. 

Yano Research Institute analyzes that many of hotels and ryokans in Japan lack know-how for concrete SDGs actions behind the result that about 40% have not addressed SDGs yet.


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