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Green Tourism Masterclass

NITB Green Tourism Masterclass


"Green Tourism - Making it Work" will address the 'how to' of sustainable tourism. It is designed to provide practical information which you can apply to your business or organisation in order to start improving your bottom line and green credentials.

After a key note address from Sustainability expert Dick Strawbridge, you will attend a series of practical workshops focusing on the following areas;

  • Energy consumption
  • Green certification
  • Marketing your green credentials
  • Supporting local wildlife
  • Waste management

These workshops will be hosted by experts from professional bodies in the relevant fields including the Energy Institute, International Centre for Responsible Tourism, WRAP (the Waste and Resources Action Programme) and the Green Tourism Business Scheme.

This Green Tourism Masterclass follows on from NITB's first 'Tourism and the Green Agenda Masterclass' in 2011 which addressed the business opportunities around sustainable tourism.

Event Details

This Masterclass is aimed at all Tourism and Hospitality businesses interested in boosting their bottom line by addressing their business efficiency including:

  • Accommodation providers
  • Activity providers
  • Tourist Information Centres
  • Tourism Development Officers at local councils
  • Those involved in the hospitality industry
  • Heritage Trusts

Event Details

Please click on the registration link below to sign up for this free event today. Registration deadline is Friday 7 February 2014 and places will be issued on a first come first served basis.

  Event Details

Dick Strawbridge was born in Burma in September 1959, the third of seven children. He was raised and educated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Dick Strawbridge is no newcomer to environmental issues and sustainability. This was brought to the public's attention in 2005 when he and his family moved to a smallholding in Cornwall and were filmed for the very successful BBC series 'It's not easy being green'. Since then he has made a further two series for the BBC, a series for National Geographic (Planet Mechanics), given talks and written books and articles about how to live with a reduced impact.
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Green Tourism Masterclass - 18 Feb 2014

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