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Research in Hospitality Management: Guests on Earth, Sustainability in Hospitality

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This issue of Research in Hospitality Management is special in two ways: it is the first issue of Research in Hospitality Management to be published in open access, and it is entirely dedicated to sustainability. The choice for open access has been dictated by the desire of the editorial team to reach a wider public and initiate the process of ranking of the journal. Stenden Hotel Management School fully supports this strategic choice. Sustainability is a highly topical subject and has been for over twenty years. The same is true of “responsible tourism” and “sustainable hospitality” – concepts which have been discussed and explored by the industry and scientific communities alike. A key issue in these discussions relates to ethics. The term “ethics” goes back to ancient Greek philosophy. However, rather than concluding that this is a tired old theme, it is important to consider the new and continuing challenges which are currently affecting the planet and its populations. This includes economic, political, environmental, and social crises, the impact of which will only increase in years to come. Although the terminology linked to describing and tackling these challenges is not very new, its application to practical situations has become not only interesting, but also absolutely essential. Sustainable approaches to development and management of all industries are no longer an option but a necessity. This special issue recognises that this is also true for the hospitality industry and it therefore makes Sustainable Hospitality its main focus.

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In this paper, we explain sustainability in the context of the hospitality sector and go over several strategies for incorporating it to the advantage of hospitality operations and brands. Although the benefits of sustainability for the hotel industry are generally acknowledged, the sector might not be making the most of these advantages. The main trends and industry best practises are also covered, along with advice on how brands and property owners may take advantage of worthwhile advantages and more effectively use sustainability as a major differentiator to promote company recovery and growth.. People may not comprehend the different ways in which it is sustainable, they may not even openly acknowledge the fact that they are doing any sustainable initiatives in the particular sector. As previously said, sustainable activities can take many different forms and have a range of outcomes. on other decisions people make, which may have favorable or unfavorable effects on future events for either they or next generations. The sustainable measures that, for instance, hotels take can range from planning more effective work schedules for the staff, purchasing food and cleaning supplies from superior suppliers, or even constructing their buildings with better-quality materials and with greater understanding of how to construct more sustainable homes and buildings.

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Developing ash-free high-strength spherical carbon catalyst supports

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The possibility of using furfurol for the production of ash-free high-strength active carbons with spheroidal particles as adsorbents and catalyst supports is substantiated. A single-stage process that incorporates the resinification of furfurol, the molding of a spherical product, and its hardening while allowing the process cycle time and the cost of equipment to be reduced is developed. Derivatographic, X-ray diffraction, mercury porometric, and adsorption studies of the carbonization of the molded spherical product are performed to characterize the development of the primary and porous structures of carbon residues. Ash-free active carbons with spheroidal particles, a full volume of sorbing micro- and mesopores (up to 1.50 cm 3 /g), and a uniquely high mechanical strength (its abrasion rate is three orders of magnitude lower than that of industrial active carbons) are obtained via the vapor-gas activation of a carbonized product. The obtained active carbons are superior to all known foreign and domestic analogues and are promising for the production of catalysts that operate under severe regimes, i.e., in moving and fluidized beds.

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