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sustainable restaurant in the conference hotel in Bad Aibling

Enjoyment with a good conscience

How we protect the climate

Our measures to energy supply with regenerative energy result in barely any CO2-emission in the operating of the hotel. Yet, there are areas, where CO2-emission is unavoidable, that being the production and transport of food stuffs for our restaurant.

A German consumes 1,35 tons of CO2 per year (Source: www.klimaktiv.de). That means 60 tons of CO2 per year for our hotel. To meet the high requirements of our restaurant, we estimate our yearly climate load in this area generously at 100 tons CO2.

We equalize this amount of CO2-emission by means of our donation to our climate protection partner atmosfair. atmosfair is a non-profit organisation, which makes climate protection projects in developing countries possible, with assistance from voluntary donations - and that mainly in the renewable energy and energy efficiency areas. Besides the proven saving of CO2, these projects have a high use for the people in the project countries. All projects are accredited by UNO, as well as certified by the Swiss foundation gold standard and therefore they meet the highest standards for CO2 compensation. By the independent comparison of CO2-compensation providers, atmosfair is regularly awarded as the test winner. More than 90 procent of the donations go toward the climate protection projects. An example:

Efficient wood stoves in Nigeria

Nigeria has the highest deforestation worldwide. In a situation where woods have been afforested, the families, even those of the UNO are aided by efficient wood stoves which save 80 percent of the wood. The stoves function day and night and are indestructable. They avoid deforestation, sink the costs of household energy and reduce the harmful smoke development. The local atmosfair partners use the money from atmosfair to sink the price of the stoves, as the salary level in Nigeria is so low. The cost of the stoves is hereby recoup in only a couple of months. The project saves approx. 30.000 tons of CO2 a year.