Past Event: The #FutureOf Travel

Future of Travel

 

Please note! This is a past event, and the information below was posted prior to the event.


In the age of climate change, our desire to see the world is contributing to its destruction. We’re all aware of the impact (hello flyskam), but the travel industry isn’t slowing down.

Can we innovate our way out of this challenge or do we have to re-think ethical travel? Does the responsibility lie with businesses, consumers, or policy makers? Join us for this discussion on what’s being planned for a sustainable future for us and the planet.

 

Join us the 26th of February as we speak to:

– Anders Fagernæs, Head of Sustainability at Norwegian

– Ane Furu, Head of New Mobility at Møllergruppen

– Astrid Bergmål, Head of Virke Reiseliv

Our moderator for this event is Petter Guilli.

 

It’s the latest #FutureOf talk series presented by Business for Peace and MESH.  The event is free to attend, but donations to help cover the cost of the event can be made here. 

Please RSVP to let us know you’ll be joining us: link here. 


 

Programme

 

17:30-18:00 Doors open, come mingle and get settled
18:00-19:00 Talk and discussion
19:00-late  Stick around and continue the conversation

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The event is free to attend, but please RSVP on Eventbrite to let us know you will be joining us.

 

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About the Speakers

 

Anders Fagernæs

Anders’ education received his degree in economics and international relations from University of St Andrews and Copenhagen Business School. Prior to taking up the position as Head of Sustainability at Norwegian, he was a sustainability advisor for private sector companies, NGOs, and government institutions.

 

 

 

 

Astrid Bergmål headshotAstrid heads Virke Reiseliv, which is a member organisation covering the breadth of tourism: hotels, tour operators, and agencies. Astrid is active in the public debate on the development of Norwegian tourism, framework conditions and sustainable tourism, acting on behalf of members across the country.

 

 

 

 

 

Photo of Ane Furu

Ane Furu is the Head of New Mobility at Møller Mobility Group, developing and managing the Group’s new mobility strategy. Ane is also a Board Member in Urban Infrastructure Partner and Urban Sharing. 

 

 


Event image credits: Jørgen Øyehaug

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