Programme

KEYNOTES

    • Stefan Gössling (professor Linnaeus and Lund University[1])
    • Sara Dolnicar (editor ATR, tourism professor The UQ)
    • Irena Ateljevic (researcher, Tourism Institute Zagreb)

[1] Live streaming via video – conference call

 

PRESENTATIONS

Presentations are to be delivered either in a format of full oral or poster presentation.

  • Full papers: only in person
  • Work in progress: in person or poster
  • Theses: only in person
  • Case study: in person or poster

 

Oral presentations: designed using a conference power point presentation draft (available at: TBA), limited to a maximum two presenters per presentation and up to 15 minutes.

 

Poster presentations: presented using roll – up panels or other self-standing infrastructure. Each poster presentations can be supported by oral presentation from the author.

 

WORKSHOPS

Two workshops will be organized, featuring the supply and demand side of sustainable walk in the hospitality industry.

  1. Increasing environmentally sustainable supply in & outside of hotels

The workshop is suitable for hospitality industry professionals responsible for the purchase of goods used for delivering services to their guests. Workshop will provide some best practices that can effectively improve sustainable footprint of their companies, by stimulating the sustainable walk of their suppliers. Speakers will also talk about pros and challenges of the “supply – side sustainable walk”

  • Park hotel Ljubljana (B&B hotels, Travel Life, Slovenia Green)
  • Tourism Ljubljana (Green distribution chains, Green Capital of Europe)
  • Bio Terme Mala Nedelja (EU Ecolabel, Self-sufficiency)
  • Terme Snovik (EU Ecolabel, Slovenia Green)
  • WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme, UK) [1]
  1. Increasing environmentally sustainable demand in/outside of hotels

The workshop is suitable for hospitality industry professionals interested in improving sustainable behaviour of guests. Workshop will provide some best practices that can effectively improve sustainable footprint of their companies, by stimulating the sustainable walk of their guests. Speakers will also talk about pros and challenges of the “demand – side sustainable walk”.

  • Hoteli Bernardin d.d. (Reducing plate-waste)
  • Eko Hotel Bohinj (Reducing energy and water use)
  • Park hotel Ljubljana (Improving sustainable awareness and action)
  • Kmetija Urška (Slovenia Green, EU Organic, EU Ecolabel)
  • WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme, UK) [2]

AWARDS

Conference organizers will award the following recognitions:

  • Best full paper ward
  • Best work in progress award
  • Best thesis award[3]
  • Best industry practice award

 


[1] Pending information

[2] Pending information

[3] Awarded to completed or thesis in progress