In a world-first study, the University of Sydney assessed the entire supply chain of tourism and found that global tourism produces about 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions, much more than previous estimates. The rapid increase in tourism demand is effectively outstripping the decarbonization of tourism-related technology.
Join Dr. Arunima Malik in this exclusively curated webinar to learn about factors driving the tourism carbon footprint and why prevalent mitigation strategies are not effective in curtailing the increase in GHG emissions.
Who should attend:
Representatives from the wider tourism sector interested in understanding emerging carbon risks across the entire tourism supply chain including transport, accommodation, retail, food and beverages.
When: 10 August 2018 - 9:30-10:00 am HK/Singapore Time, 11:30pm-noon AEST
Presented by: Dr. Arunima Malik, The University of Sydney