Discussion on Sustainability and Experience Design

Sustainability has become one of the most important topics of conversation today, largely highlighted by the rise of overtourism.

There are many different layers to the implications of sustainability, and for this, we welcome a panel of different perspectives to discuss what it means to their organisation and how they respond to the effects.

Sustainability has become one of the most important topics of conversation today, largely highlighted by the rise of overtourism, and we have come to discover that there is no one solution or one meaning. There are many different layers to the implications of sustainability, and for this, we welcome a panel of different perspectives to discuss what it means to their organisation and how they respond to the effects.


Key Takeaways

Published on:
June 2019
About the contributor

Katarina Thorstensson - Göteborg & Co

KT/Ms Thorstensson is an experienced sustainability strategist at Göteborg & Co, the DMO of Gothenburg. Leading, supporting and developing policies, strategies and activities at destination level as well as in meetings and events.

Rowan Drury - Gram

In 2016 Rowan started Sweden's first package-free food store, Gram in Malmö. Gram's customers bring their own containers to fill with a choice of around 300 products.

Sharmin de Vries - Aruba Tourism Authority

Sharmin de Vries works at the EU office of the Aruba Tourism Authority and is responsible for the PR and communications for Aruba as a destination in the Dutch and Belgian market.