Facts and figures

All data at a glance

There are numerous sustainability measures in the Andermatt Swiss Alps Group. Here you’ll find them collected by company unit – including for downloading. Also available are the relevant reports, certificates, awards and confirmations.

Sustainability in Andermatt

  • Sustainability on the Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course

    Andermatt Responsible

    The 18-hole golf course – developed with attention to ecological aspects and maintained in harmony with nature – features great biodiversity and is managed sustainably

    Sustainability on the Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course
  • Sustainability at The Chedi Andermatt

    Andermatt Responsible

    The 5-star deluxe hotel was built in accordance with the low-energy standard, is heated in a climate-neutral manner, and offers guests a luxurious, sustainable experience.

    Sustainability at The Chedi Andermatt
  • Sustainability at Andermatt Swiss Alps AG

    Andermatt Responsible

    Where possible, Andermatt Swiss Alps builds in accordance with environmentally sound practices and the Minergie standard. All buildings in Andermatt Reuss are heated in a climate-neutral manner and use green power.

    Sustainability at Andermatt Swiss Alps AG
  • Sustainability at the Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen

    Andermatt Responsible

    Through the use of natural local materials, the four-star superior hotel offers a very cosy ambience. It was built in accordance with a low-energy standard and is heated in a climate-neutral manner.

    Sustainability at the Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen
  • Sustainability at the restaurants of Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG

    Andermatt Responsible

    The restaurants and bars of Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG (ASS) provide a wide range of culinary offerings. What they all share is their attentive handling of resources and a focus on products from the region.

    Sustainability at the restaurants of Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG

Our carbon footprint

The Andermatt Swiss Alps Group monitors its greenhouse gas emissions by regularly calculating its carbon footprint.

In 2021 the total emissions of the Andermatt Swiss Alps Group amounted to 22,435.5 tCO₂e, which was 18.51 percent more than in 2019. The reason for this rise was the intensive construction work in Andermatt Reuss and the high occupancy of hotels and holiday apartments. However, because guest numbers rose, greenhouse gas emissions per overnight guest fell from 27.22 kg CO₂e (2019) to 18.96 kg CO₂e. In the ski area, emissions per skier day dropped from 29.42 kg CO₂e (2019) to 13.58 kg CO₂e, even though the number of admissions in 2021 was substantially lower than in 2019 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This dramatic difference was due, in particular, to infrastructure projects on the mountain, which were completed in 2019.

Der erste Einsatz überzeugt.
  • -30 % CO₂per overnight guest
  • -54 % CO₂per skier day
  • -26 % CO₂per snow groomer operating hour

Low indirect emissions

At 1,813.3 tCO₂e, the direct emissions of the Andermatt Swiss Alps Group were about a half a percent lower than in 2019. Indirect emissions were very low, because power and heat are supplied to all of the Group’s new buildings in a climate-neutral manner. In addition, the lifts in the ski area are operated with CO₂-neutral power from the region. As a result, scope 2 emissions in 2021 amounted to just 158.7 tCO₂e for the entire company. Most greenhouse gas emissions were attributable to upstream and downstream activities. These were about 20 percent higher than in 2019, which was also due to the higher occupancy of lodgings and to construction work.

You can find a detailed overview of the figures in the 2021 sustainability progress report of the Andermatt Swiss Alps Group.

Downloads and links

The Andermatt Swiss Alps Group has received numerous awards for its commitment to protecting the environment and the climate and preserving nature. In the download centre, you’ll find all certificates and awards on the topic of responsibility, which we have assembled for downloading.

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