EcoLogical Solutions is the pioneering hospitality industry consulting firm that helped create urban ecotourism in 1989. ELS is recognized internationally for bringing ecotourism out of the jungle and into the urban mainstream. We continue to help transform and set the standards for the world’s largest industry – travel and tourism – on its crucial path towards sustainability.
EcoLogical Solutions’ clients have garnered many of the most prestigious awards for sustainable business, including: a Gold Medal from former President George H. Bush, Condé Nast Traveler magazine’s Green List Honor, Energy Star Partner of The Year, NWF’s Corporate Leadership Award, Skal International Ecotourism Award and the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s Environmental Hotel of The Year (3 Times). Our clients have also been featured in The New York Times, CNN, Newsweek, NBC Nightly News, Travel + Leisure, and USA Today to name a few.
EcoLogical Solutions’mission is to provide the most innovative, yet practical environmental solutions which will generate multiple business benefits for our clients. We have unprecedented experience and expertise in this field and have a host of resources and partners to meet the needs of any hospitality company.
Moreover, we provide a variety of services to area nonprofit organizations (typically free of charge), including consultation on green building design, energy efficiency and safe cleaners, public relations, and events and event coordination.
Despite our worldwide reputation, EcoLogical Solutions is a very small company. This provides an opportunity for you to take on a variety of diverse responsibilities and challenges. We value and foster a hard working but fun office environment where people enjoy working together and continuing the record of cutting edge achievement that we have become known for since 1989.
EcoLogical Solutions is the pioneering hospitality industry consulting firm that helped create urban ecotourism in 1989. ELS is recognized internationally for bringing ecotourism out of the jungle and into the urban mainstream. We…