Climate of change at ITB

January 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;1/19/2007, Issue 33, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the ITB Future Day presented by the travel and tourism industry to tackle climate change and the challenges in Berlin, Germany. The day inaugurated the ITB Convention Market Trends and Innovations program held in March 7 to 11. The speakers and panellists forecasted scenarios for debate, help the industry in threats assessment, develop strategies for risk management and upgrade product sustainability.


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