Below are the top five exclusive interviews with the representatives of the most sustainable destinations in the meetings industry.
TALLINN – THE MOST SUSTAINABLE BALTIC CITY
Kongres Magazine talked to Made Pandis-Raie, Business Tourism Project Manager at Tallinn Convention Bureau on Tallinn’s approach to decarbonising the meetings industry and how Estonia is tackling climate change.
SYDNEY – STRIVING TO DECARBONISE THE GLOBAL MEETINGS INDUSTRY
Exclusive interview with Lyn Lewis Smith, CEO of BESydney on Sydney’s approach to decarbonising the meetings industry, how Australia and Sydney are tackling climate change and why every event matters.
COPENHAGEN – ONE OF THE MOST SUSTAINABLE CITIES IN THE WORLD
An eye-opening interview with Kit Lykketoft, Convention Director of Copenhagen Convention Bureau on Copenhagen’s sustainable endeavours, how to start living sustainably and how Copenhagen Sustainability Guide is spearheading change.
MELBOURNE – NO.1 SUSTAINABLE CITY IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
In-depth interview with Julia Swanson, the Chief Executive of Melbourne Convention Bureau, who elaborated on MCB’s Sustainability Strategy and why Melbourne is one of the most sustainable destinations worldwide.
GLASGOW – HOST DESTINATION OF COP26
Kongres Magazine chatted with Aileen Crawford, the Head of Tourism and Conventions at Glasgow Convention Bureau, who contributed to Glasgow becoming the host destination for the 26th UN Climate Change Conference.