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Scottish Tourism - Fit for our future

Adaptation Scotland, Interface and the SE funded Destination Leaders Programme have partnered up to plan a tourism industry event on 18th October hosted by Edinburgh Napier University. 

Scottish Tourism - Fit for our future; Event supporting climate change resilience within tourism businesses and destinations

We have speakers from Scottish Natural Heritage and University of Highlands and Islands and Anna Beswick is working up a tailored Adaptation Scotland workshop especially for tourism participants.

More details and booking: http://www.interface-online.org.uk/events/scottish-tourism-fit-our-future

Interface also are running a multi-party competition with up to £30k for groups of business working with academia: http://www.interface-online.org.uk/news/interface-multiparty-competition-collaborate-innovate Applications are due by 7th November. 

Scottish Tourism - Fit for our future; Event supporting climate change resilience within tourism businesses and destinations

Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus, Room 2/10, 219 Colinton Road, Edinburgh 

18th October 12:30-16:30

Organised by InterfaceAdaptation Scotland, Destination Leaders Programme and hosted by Edinburgh Napier University

Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/scottish-tourism-fit-for-our-future-tickets-33148235264

Last Modified: Tuesday 10 October 2017 11:58
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