Environmental Preservation at Four Seasons

Environmentally friendly amenities found in our new Green Meeting Rooms from Four Seasons.

Four Seasons launches Greening Meetings program

Four Seasons is making it easy to host environmentally friendly events with a new sustainability program. Available at all 85 hotels and resorts worldwide, the new Greening Meetings program allows meeting planners to choose services that best suit the desires of your group, including measures to conserve water, recycle, donate materials and reduce your carbon footprint. Your journey to green meetings starts here.

Graduates from the Apprenticeship Programme at Four Seasons Resorts Maldives

Passing on the Gift of Knowledge in the Maldives

Four Seasons Resorts Maldives are committed to helping young Maldivians broaden their prospects for the future. The Resorts offer a one-year Four Seasons Apprenticeship Programme to promising youth between the ages of 17 and 20.

The staff from The Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel help revitalize the Alexandra Canal

Revitalising the Alexandra Canal in Singapore

Staff from The Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel are quite accustomed to beautifying things so it’s no surprise that they jumped on board to help revitalize the Alexandra Canal.

Four Seasons Resort Whistler helped the 2010 Vancouver Olympics win the title of greenest games ever.

Supporting the Olympic Games in Whistler

Four Seasons Resort Whistler helped the 2010 Vancouver Olympics win the title of greenest games ever. How? By donating its emission credits. When the Resort switched to an…

A shot of all the fresh vegetables chef James Babian uses at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu

Serving up a Local Menu in Hualalai

Call it farm-to-table eating, locavorism or the 100-mile diet – more and more people are eating up the concept of a local diet. It’s no surprise either.

Planting 10 Million Trees Around the World

Four Seasons has always strived to involve employees and guests in the common goal of preserving and protecting the planet.

Saving Ornamental Fish in the Maldives

It’s not uncommon to find exotic tropical fish beside the goldfish at pet stores across the globe. In fact, the environmental consulting agency, Seamarc estimates there are as many as two million people worldwide keeping ornamental fish in public and private aquariums; approximately 98% of which are harvested from the ocean.

Knocking Out Waste in Philadelphia

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia is the City’s undisputed waste management heavy weight champion. Since 2006, it has reduced its landfill waste by 47% and has recycled more than 100,000 pounds of material.

Reviving Coral Reefs in the Maldives

When weather phenomenon El Nino swept across the pacific in 1998, it triggered more than unpredictable weather.