The Spanish Tourist Office (UK) will hold its second Spain Sustainability Day conference on April 17 in London.
The tourist board said the event follows the success of the inaugural Spain Sustainability Day in 2023.
Tourism professionals and academics from the UK and Spain will debate challenges during an afternoon summit, discussing the circular economy, biodiversity and accessible tourism.
Spain’s Sustainable Media Awards will take place in the evening celebrating the best published work in the UK which highlights green or sustainable initiatives in Spain.
Manuel Butler, director of the Spanish Tourist Office (UK), said: “This year, as well as discussing the relationship tourism has with local environments and climate change, we will also address social sustainability from an inclusivity and accessibility standpoint as part of our Spain For All campaign.
“We hope the event will create important discourse on balancing different aspects of sustainability and will enable our UK and Spanish industries to learn from one another.”
Nominations for the media awards will close on February 29.
Spain’s Sustainability Day is a closed event at The Conduit, Langley Street, London, and invitations will be distributed in due course. Those interested in attending can see more details and register their interest on the Sustainability Hub on the tourist board website.
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