World Green Tourism Abu Dhabi, the first dedicated eco-tourism event in the region, is set to launch its first edition on 22-24 November 2010.
The event will run a three day power conference supported by an exhibition bringing together regional and international tourism authorities, urban city planners, hotels and resorts, property developers, airlines, key associations, tour operators, green products suppliers, museums and heritage sites organisations, and universities involved in sustainable tourism.
With the support of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority and the International Centre for Responsible Tourism (ICRT), the event is set to become an important platform to educate and raise awareness on responsible tourism in the region.
Event Updates :
Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort backs green tourism summit
Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort (AWPR) is the latest company to announce that they will be represented at World Green Tourism presented by Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA).
ICRT Backs World Green Tourism Abu Dhabi
International Centre for Responsible Tourism throw its weight behind World Green Tourism confex to be held in UAE capital – Goodwin to speak.
Vision Named as World Green Tourism Media Partner
Vision on Sustainable Tourism has been named as the media partner for the upcoming World Green Tourism summit to be held in Abu Dhabi.
Latest Industry News :
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Tourism for Tomorrow Awards Finalists Unveiled Conservation Award
Emirates Hotels & Resorts, UAE makes it as one of the finalists under Conservation Award category.
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