Trip.com Group showcases sustainability progress

Thursday, May 19, 2022 0

Trip.com Group released its 2021 annual Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report, highlighting enhanced sustainability practices across the business. 

The ESG report outlines Trip.com Group’s roadmap for 2022, with a focus on greater opportunities to put sustainability into action, it says.

During the last year, Trip.com Group joined the UN Global Compact, aligning its strategies and operations with the UN’s SDGs.

The Group is also championing the fight against the illegal wildlife trade.

This is in addition to pursuing its ‘3Rs’ strategy of reducing waste, reusing and recycling resources, as well as adopting green operations.

Jane Sun, Trip.com Group CEO, said: “Our commitment to sustainability, social issues and creating a stronger, more resilient business made several important strides.”

“We are proud of the progress we have made in integrating these practices.”

Other key 2021 achievements include donating 680 oxygen concentrators to India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia to support the fight against Covid-19.

It also donated more than 3,000 attraction passes and room nights through the ‘Pay It Forward’ campaign in Singapore, offered to people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Trip.com Group also rolled out a flexible hybrid work model enabling employees the choice of working remotely.



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