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Study Shows Airbnb Rentals - Greener Than Hotels

Study Shows Airbnb Rentals - Greener Than Hotels | Courchevel | Scoop.it

Traveling contributes to climate change – there’s no way around it. But if you must exercise your wanderlust, there are many ways to green your trip – like staying at a home rented from a service like Airbnb. A recent study by Airbnb and Cleantech showed that travelers who use Airbnb’s community marketplace use 63 percent less energy than hotel guests – or enough electricity to power 19,000 homes for a full year.


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Bornstein Law & Bay Property Group's curator insight, June 4, 2015 12:33 PM

A new reason to consider legal Airbnb rentals is the environment, about 63% less energy than hotel guests use!

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Property investors turn to chalet in top ski resorts - The Australian

Property investors turn to chalet in top ski resorts - The Australian | Courchevel | Scoop.it
AS Christmas approaches and the global super rich toy with plans for a white Christmas, French, US and New Zealand ski chalets are shaping as popular lifestyle acquisitions.
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Traxx : Revolutionising ski schools

Traxx : Revolutionising ski schools | Courchevel | Scoop.it
Traxx is an app that connects ski instructors to clients in a simple, hassle-free way. It will allow customers to choose their instructor directly and ensure that they can pick the instructor that is right for them and their ability – whenever and wherever they like.
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Aurélien de PIERREFEU's curator insight, May 4, 2015 6:21 AM

Après ZeeMono (évoqué ici fin janvier), Traxx est un nouvel exemple de la déferlante des commentaires clients et de la fin programmée du bon vieux tableau des moniteurs.

Merci à Iain Martin @Skipedia pour cette info.