Tourism & Climate Change - Royal Geographical Society - 22/09/09
- FYITOURISM & CLIMATE CHANGETuesday 22 September 2009
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London
Countries across the globe are reporting an increase in extreme weather conditions such as flooding and drought, and the travel industry is often lambasted by the media for its contribution to CO2 emissions.
Please join us for an event jointly organised with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Through domestic and international case studies discover the projects that help mitigate tourism's impact on climate change with the opportunity to network over a buffet supper.CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TICKET TODAY!
Programme:6.00-6.30pm: Arrival & Registration
6.30-6.40pm: Chairman's welcome: Keith Richards, ABTA
6.40-7.00pm: Keynote speech: Dr David Viner, Programme Leader - Climate Change, British Council
Ufi Ibrahim, World Travel & Tourism Council
Prof. Geoffrey Lipman FTS, UNWTO
Stephen Farrant, International Tourism Partnership
Dr. Farah Faizal, High Commissioner of Maldives
Sanjika Perera MTS, Sri Lanka Tourism
8.40-9.00pm: Q&A Discussion
9.00-9.30pm: Refreshments & Networking
Tourism Society Members: £45
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ExCeL Centre, LondonBest Regards,Daniel Moriss-Jeffery MTSEvents & PR Executive
The Tourism Society
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