“Our planet is our home, our only home. Where shall we go if we destroy it?” (Dalai Lama)
We, too, have set ourselves the goal of being more sustainable with the environment and want to contribute to the improvement of climate change, because as the Dalai Lama has already stated: “The planet is (…) our only home.” In order to address this topic, we have tackled a number of topics at our hotel:
On the one hand, charging columns for charging the electric cars will now be installed in the first week of March. This way, we can easily welcome our guests who arrive with their electric car – you can refuel your car comfortably and sustainably during your stay with us. On the other hand, the topic of the environment is also in the foreground in the kitchen: a drinking water system has been installed and set up at our site. Filters are used to purify the water so that we can offer our own SeeHotelhouse water. In addition, we gradually dispense with plastic in the kitchen by investing in glass storage. In this way, we can offer our breakfast buffet in a sustainable and hygienic way. But we value not only the storage of our food offer, but also the selection of the offered products: homemade yoghurts, jams and mueslis are on the breakfast menu here. And we also select our suppliers in such a way that they have to take the least possible access distance without sacrificing quality here – for example, we get our eggs from the nearby farm Janson or our sausage from the local butcher Jörger.
Sustainability is a top priority for us and it is an issue that concerns us all, because “Sustainability is the development that satisfies the needs of the present without risking that future generations will not be able to meet their needs.” (Volker Hauff (ed.), Our common future. The Brundtland Report of the World Commission for Environment and Development, Greven 1987, p. 46.)