On March 26, 2023, Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives observed Earth Hour by turning off all unnecessary lights and assembling with visitors on the beach to burn candles. A guest interaction session was also held by the resort's marine biologist, who discussed the resort's conservation initiatives for the Maldives' ecosystem and marine life.
Earth Hour is a global initiative that calls on businesses and individuals to turn down all unnecessary lights for one hour in support of environmental preservation efforts. Great Park Kodhipparu Maldives joined this international campaign to promote sustainability and energy efficiency.
The resort's visitors and staff congregated on the beach during Earth Hour to light candles and take in the serene atmosphere that the muted lights provided. A guest engagement session was hosted by the resort's marine biologist, who described the resort's conservation initiatives to save the Maldives' ecosystem and marine life. The discussion covered issues like trash management, coral reef preservation, and sustainable fishing methods.
Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives is dedicated to using eco-friendly procedures and lowering its carbon footprint. The resort has implemented a number of energy-saving measures, including the use of energy-efficient lighting, a waste management system, and a reduction in the usage of single-use plastics. In order to produce its own freshwater and lessen its dependency on imported bottled water, the resort also runs a desalination plant.
Raffaele Solferino, General Manager of Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives, said, "We are happy to have participated in Earth Hour and to have brought attention to the need of environmental protection." "Being a resort in a vulnerable environment, we understand the need to adopt sustainable methods to reduce our environmental impact. Our commitment is to keep making efforts to lessen our carbon impact and save the environment.