CT DEP and the Commission on Culture and Tourism are planning green certification training workshops beginning Thursday Oct. 7 at the Nathan Hale Inn and Conference Center in Storrs.
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Green lodging. It’s a relatively new term, but expect it to become more common as travelers increasingly seek to stay in a place that practices environmentally responsible policies, from saving water to recycling. In Connecticut, there are already 15 accommodations that participate in the Connecticut Green Lodging program, and several of them are located in
NEW HAVEN — Two New Haven hotels have made the state’s list of 15 eco-friendly places to lodge. Premiere Hotel and Suites and the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale both have the Connecticut Green Lodging certification, a program sponsored by the state Department of Environmental Protection and the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism.