Free event
Location: online

We all yearn for international travel, but can we explore the world without leaving a harmful footprint behind?

With growing concerns around aviation emissions and the impact of over-tourism on communities, there is more awareness than ever of the need to travel sustainably.

This UQ Talks panel explores groundbreaking research on sustainable aviation, and will offer green travel advice for all voyagers and business owners.

Date: Tuesday, 16 April 2024
Time: 6-7pm AEST
Cost: Free, studio-broadcast webinar 

Panellists

Professor Esteban Marcellin Saldana 
Professional Research Fellow at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology at the University of Queensland. Esteban leads the Marcellin Group which is dedicated to better understanding biological cells to enhance the production of fuels, chemicals and biopharmaceuticals.

 

Professor Sara Dolnicar
ARC Australian Laureate Fellow at the School of Business within UQ's Faculty of Business, Economics and Law. Professor Dolnicar's current research is focused on developing and testing interventions that trigger pro-environmental behaviour in tourists. Sara has several awards for groundbreaking research that positively impacts the tourism industry.

 

 
Moderator

Tegan Taylor
Tegan is a health and science reporter for the ABC Radio National; Co-host of the ABC's Health Report, Quick Smart and What's That Rash?

 

 


 

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