Workshop: “Climate change and regeneration of tourism in post-Covid19 period: solution through systemic action”

Third event in program of online workshops is planned for next Thursday 02/07 at 16.30 (Italian time). Topic of next week’s workshop is “Climate change and regeneration of tourism in post-Covid19 period: solution through systemic action”.

Event will bring together academic personnel of Centre for Advanced Studies in Tourism (CAST), University Residential Centre at Bertinoro (Ce.U.B.), Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), external experts and Alumni of the project “Network of Education on Sustainable Tourism – NEST” in joint discussions about current topics and challenges in tourism sector.

Series of workshops represents a continuation of NEST* project, and is developed by CAST in collaboration with Ce.U.B. and AICS. It is opened for NEST Alumni, tourism sector professionals and all interested parties who can register for participation at this link. On the day of the event a link for participation will be sent. All workshops are held in English.

Access to the workshops will be through Microsoft Teams app, which can be accessed via web browser or directly through the app installed on your PC or smartphone (Download the app for free)

For all additional information, please write to info@nest-tourism.org

* Network of Education on Sustainable Tourism (NEST) is a capacity building project by the Centre for Advanced Studies on Tourism (CAST) of the University of Bologna in partnership with the University Residential Centre at Bertinoro (Ce.U.B.) and co-financed by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS).

In accordance to the internationally recognized Goals for Sustainable Development, the project aims to improve the skills in the field of sustainable tourism of the operators from partner countries engaged in the framework of Italian Cooperation and to create an operational, open and dynamic network that will consolidate permanently in the following years.

Countries part of the project are Albania, Bolivia, Cuba, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Mozambique, Myanmar, Palestine, Senegal and Tunisia. Project aims to establish operative and dynamic network of actors in sustainable tourism which will consolidate in the future.