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Published on Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Big green destinations day for Rimini

Rimini will host the inspirational international event as part of IT.A.CA groundbreaking Italian multi-destination green tourism festival

On Friday, September 22, Rimini will host Green Destination Day as part of  IT.A.CA 'Migranti e Viaggiatori Responsabili (Migrants and travelers ResponsibleTourism Festival).

If you want to explore the theme of green tourist destinations, and even if you are looking for a job in the green economy - this is a must!

The Green Destination Day in Rimini will be an excellent opportunity for international experts to discuss good practices for sustainable tourism destinations, both at Italian and international levels.

The meeting, which will take place from 9 am to 5.30 pm in Via Alberti, 1 - Rimini, will have among the guests Pierluigi Musarò, Director of the festival IT.A. Migrants and Travelers; Eun Ji Tae, head of the World Travel Organization of the "Travel Enjoy Respect" campaign launched on the occasion of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development; Albert Salman, President of Green Destinations; Jana Apih, Managing Director of Good Place Factory of Sustainable Tourism; Simone Riccardi, Founder Ecobnb; Valere Tjolle, Best of Romagna and Anna Montini of the City of Rimini.

Next, in the afternoon until about 7pm, sustainable tourism and green destinations experts will face students in Rimini's school of tourism (part of Bologna University). It will be a time to discuss employment and research opportunities in the field of sustainable tourism as well as the skills required of the candidates.

Finally there will be a relaxed evening networking meeting

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Green Destinations Day Rimini was created by the Centre for Advanced Tourism Studies, Rimini Campus, along with Green Destination and Strategic Plan of Rimini.

It is one of the events of Italy's first Responsible Tourism Festival - IT.A.CÀ, Started in Bologna in 2009, this year's festival involves over 200 organisations and many Italian regions, from Emilia Romagna to Veneto, from Piedmont to Trentino.

It is a unique event of its kind in Italy and Europe. It represents a good practice in which tourists and the local community give life to socially innovative practices that contribute to develop the territory in a sustainable way.

The Festival aims to create a network of different organizations involved in responsible travel, and to engage participants in a multisensory experience. The agenda includes: guided tours aimed at enhancing the cultural and historical heritage of the area, debates and meetings with experts in the field, seminars, lunches at "kilometer zero", experiential dinners, writing contests, illustration and photography, exhibitions, concerts, film screenings and theatre.

Valere Tjolle





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