FREE ADMISSION - SEMINAR ON CRUISE SHIP TRAVEL AND ENVIRONMENT
Schyst resande welcomes you to our joint seminar with Peace Boat on how cruise ship travelling can become more environmentally sustainable. As cruising has become an increasingly popular form of travel to many destinations, there are some backdrops on environmental footsteps we leave behind.
Peace Boat is coming to Gothenburg on 28th May 2016 on their world tour, and will share their inspirational project of creating the world's first environmentally sustainable cruise ship.
The seminar has free entry and will be held in English.
Please register here to get your ticket so we will have enough seats for all the participants: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/peace-boat-ecoship-environmentally-sustainable-cruise-ship-tickets-25344270395
We welcome also drop-ins subject to availability.
More about the Ecoship Project:
DATE & TIME
28th May 2016 14.30-16.00
Skeppshallen, Ostindiefararen, Eriksberg Pir Fyra 2 (can be reached by public bus or ferry)
The Ecoship project is a transformational programme to construct the planet’s most environmentally sustainable cruise ship. A vessel that will deliver for its passengers a unique programme of activities centred on experiential learning, intercultural communication and travel around the world.
More about Peace Boat: http://peaceboat.org/english/
The Swedish Network for Sustainable Tourism “Schyst resande” http://www.schystresande.se/
Lena Lindahl, Schyst resande
Yoshioka Tatsuya, Co-Founder and Director of Peace Boat
Tomas Kåberger, Professor of Industrial Energy Policy, Chalmers University of Technology,
Chair of the Executive Board of the Japan Renewable Energy Foundation
Mayumi Narongin, Schyst resande (about sustainable tourism)
* Subject to change upon unforseen circumstances*