Upskilling Irish Tourism for a decarbonised world
The first report on the carbon footprint of Irish tourism was launched by a team at Sustainable Tourism Observatory at Atlantic Technological University.
Based off of this report, the team is organising a webinar entitled “Upskilling Irish tourism for a decarbonised world”, funded by the HEA and scheduled for Tuesday 6th of December, 1:00-2.30pm.
This event will feature a panel of Irish and international speakers with expertise in hospitality, tourism, aviation and food. It will focus on the education and training needed to drive the inevitable changes that face this sector.
This event is free, to register please click here.
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