Members’ Sensitization Webinar: Sustainable Waste Management

Join us for an enlightening webinar on sustainable waste management.

The concept of sustainability has taken center stage, with an increasing number of tourism businesses and travelers seeking to minimize their impact on the environment. One crucial aspect of sustainable travel that often gets overlooked is waste management. As part of the tourism value chain, we must understand the impact our operations and journeys have and take proactive steps to mitigate our ecological footprint. Sustainable waste management is not just a matter of environmental concern; it is a multifaceted issue with far-reaching implications for public health, environmental preservation, economic prosperity, and social well-being. By prioritizing sustainable waste management practices, we can build a more sustainable and resilient business ecosystem.

Date: 29th February 2024
Time: 11 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
Platform: Zoom

Who can attend? Anyone involved in the hospitality and tourism industry, including hoteliers, tour operators, travel agents, and avid travelers committed to sustainability.

We’re thrilled to invite our paid-up members to participate in this webinar,  free of charge.

Not a member yet? Don’t worry! Non-members can also register for this enlightening session at Ksh. 2,500.

Register today: 

Meet our Trainer – Daniella Sachs

She is a strategic impact designer with experience as a consultant, lecturer, entrepreneur, product developer, creative problem-solver, brand developer, thought leader, and visual storyteller. She wields a multidisciplinary background in architecture, urban, town, and regional planning specializing in sustainable tourism-led economic development. Daniella has over 12 years of practical on-the-ground experience in developing sustainable tourism that benefits communities, culture, and conservation.

She has worked together with the private sector, entrepreneurs, communities, destination marketing and management organizations, government, development agencies, conservation bodies, and NGOs, across Africa, Indonesia, the Caribbean, Europe, and the South Pacific. She also sits on the Ecotourism Kenya Executive Board.


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