Leadership in Sustainability

Visitors to Maui know what a special place our island is; majestic mountains, abundant waterfalls, vibrant plant life, and heavenly beaches surrounded by deep blue sea. It is a true paradise, and it is no wonder we welcome thousands of visitors to our island each year.


At Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, we believe we are guests on this panel and are dedicated to helping keep Maui beautiful for many generations to come. Our long-standing commitment to sustainability has resulted in Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa being named the first resort in Hawaii to earn Silver Level LEED-EBOM certification from the United States Green Building Council. Read our press release.


Sustainability is a daily practice, and we continue to focus on many initiatives throughout our property to conserve water and energy, improve recycling and waste diversion, and choosing to purchase products and services that are environmentally-friendly. Learn more with our Hyatt Regency Maui Sustainability Infographic.


Our associates support the environment in many ways, and have contributed to or volunteered with many organizations throughout Maui and the Hawaiian Islands. Projects include beach cleanups, native plant restoration, invasive species clearing, animal rescue and conservation, and marine research and conservation.


Most recently in 2016, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa unveiled one of the largest photovoltaic systems in the state of Hawaii.  The 598 kilowatt system of solar panels generates 960,000 kWhrs of energy a year and produces greater than 6% of the resort's annual electricity needs, equating to powering up 158 homes. The amount of CO2 emissions that has been reduced is similar to removing 111 passenger cars driven in one year. 


October 17 – Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa Malama ‘Aina Leadership Day

In 2014, Mayor Alan Arakawa proclaimed this day throughout the County of Maui and urged citizens to work toward keeping the island sustainable and environmentally-friendly for generations to come. The Mayor also recognized Hyatt Maui’s monumental effort to increase waste diversion, energy efficiency and conservation and the recent honor of Hawaii’s first LEED-EBOM certified resort.


Hyatt Maui Sustainability Tour

Take our on-property, self-guided sustainability tour! Just installed in 2016, are eight signs around the property to educate guests, visitors, and associates alike of the sustainability efforts that are made in relation to food and food waste, water, materials and recycling, renewable energy and energy efficiency, ocean and landscape, indoor air quality, and green cleaning. Find the first information station as you enter the Atrium Lobby and follow the tour to learn all about Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa’s sustainability.


View all of our achievements in sustainability – Green Awards and Distinctions


Follow our Hyatt Maui’s sustainability on social with #HyattLEEDsGreen


More in Sustainability News


Maui Time (May, 2016) 


Green Lodging News (April, 2016)


Lahaina News (March, 2016)


Maui Now (February, 2016)


Maui News (February, 2016)


Pacific Edge Magazine (February, 2016)


Green Magazine Hawaii (January, 2016)


Sustainability at Hyatt

At Hyatt, we believe in taking care of our guests, our associates, our communities, and our planet. We call this global corporate social responsibility philosophy Hyatt Thrive. Our environmental sustainability strategy, 2020 Vision, focuses our efforts on our most important areas of impact and opportunity. Our approach is built on three focus areas – Use Resources Thoughtfully, Build Smart, and Innovate and Inspire – that touch our Hyatt properties, colleagues and communities around the world.



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