The QRER Cooperative will promote a session on the TRIANGLE Project (Tourism Research, Innovation and Next Generation Learning Experience), an international sustainable tourism certification network.
The session will take place on the 26th at 6:30 pm in the amphitheater of the School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism, located on the Penha campus of the University of Algarve in Faro.
This initiative is an international knowledge network on sustainable tourism certification which involves four European universities: Eberswalde University (Germany), MODUL University of Vienna (Austria), University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne (France) and University of Algarve (Portugal).
"Certification is nowadays a way to differentiate tourism agents and destinations that seek to emphasize their role in the sustainable management of their activity and / or in the use of their natural and cultural resources," the organization says.
The event intends to make known to those interested in the subject one of the most internationally recognized certifications in sustainable tourism and present the ongoing project in the Algarve region to promote its application.
The invited speakers are Adão Flores (lecturer at the University of the Algarve) and Marcel Gerson, a student at Eberswalde University responsible for applying certification in a local company, Proactivetur travel agency, which is part of the QRER Cooperative.
The event is addressed to the general public and has free but mandatory registration, until October 25, through an online form or at www.qrer.pt. For more information, contact 960152222 or the electronic address [email protected]