18 March 2021
Thursday 18 March 2021 10.30 - 12.30 on Zoom
Highland tourism, landscape and nature
A seminar to learn about, and discuss, how we can encourage tourism and tourist behaviour that benefits the region and cares for nature.
Caroline Vawdrey, on behalf of the Highland Environment Forum, writes
We all know that tourism is essential to the Highland economy, and yet it brings its challenges to communities and nature too. An online seminar organised by Highland Environment Forum on 'Highland tourism, landscape and nature' will be considering how we can encourage tourism and tourist behaviour that benefits the region and cares for nature. The seminar will include contributions from Visit Scotland, Highland Council, John Muir Trust, and Wester Ross Biosphere with plenty of time for questions.
18 March 2021
“Summit Fringe Open Space -
Sessions offered by you, for you”
Multiple sessions 10.00am - 9.00pm
Welcome to the Summit Fringe Open Space, a place where participants of the summit can host their own sessions on whatever topics they are interested in. The sessions will run from 10am - 9pm each day.
To see what is happening check out the live timetable for details of sessions and all you need to attend, keep checking back as people will be adding sessions right up to the 17th March.
To access the sessions either
Go to the Google spreadsheet to view all the sessions. Click the tab at the bottom to select day 2. Hover over a session to view a Zoom or other link which you can either click directly to join, or copy and paste
Or go to the Nudj calendar and click on a session to view details (easier to read than on the spreadsheet), and click or copy the joining link.
Full information for this week from Transition Network.