Sustainable Tourism Asia

COUNTRY

Singapore

Date & time

29 November 2018

8:30am

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29 November 2018

7:30pm

About this event

Asia’s forum to drive solutions for the tourism industry’s most pressing issues

From plastics to multi-stakeholder partnerships, sustainable seafood to smart tourism

CSR Asia announces the launch of Sustainable Tourism Asia on 29 November 2018 at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

CSR Asia, an ELEVATE company, brings its global sustainability expertise and Asia focus to this forum that addresses gaps and challenges in the Asian sustainable tourism ecosystem.

The Forum will serve as the platform for leading companies in the hospitality and tourism sectors, as well as government officials and non-profits who are driving innovation and advancement in the industry.

Session discussions will catalyze action-oriented opportunities to collaboratively foster the development of best practices in the sustainable tourism industry throughout the region. Attendees will both share their experiences and learn actionable takeaways from market leaders in Asia and globally about:

  • Food waste
  • Organic food
  • Sustainable seafood
  • Plastics
  • Technology innovations in smart tourism
  • Multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable tourism
  • Responsible labor practices
  • Carbon offsetting and aviation
  • The role of tourism in women’s economic empowerment

Who will benefit most from the Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality Asia Forum? This special event curated by the world’s leading sustainability practitioners will attract forward-leaning industry executives, corporate sustainability and CSR leaders, hoteliers, travel associations, travel e-commerce companies, tourism and related government authorities, airlines and airport operators, and restaurant chains.

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