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How the Eden Project walks the talk for sustainability at greenloop

David Harland: CEO, Eden Project International, will explain how the pioneering eco attraction incorporates sustainability into its own operations.

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Join us at greenloop, a new online conference taking place 20-21 April, 2021. greenloop is the world’s first conference looking specifically at sustainability in visitor attractions.

Our international line-up features speakers leading sustainability programmes at some of the world’s leading visitor attractions, from major museums to theme parks and Expos, who will outline best practice, highlight key initiatives and developments. See our agenda here.

Our Eden Project session is at 1pm BST on 21 April.

The Eden Project – green pioneers

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David Harland: CEO, Eden Project International, will talk about how the Eden Project “walks the talk” of sustainability.

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David joined Eden Project in 2013. He became the first CEO of Eden Project International, leading on the development of a portfolio of ambitious eco projects in China, Australia, the Middle East, Costa Rica as well as elsewhere in the UK including Eden Project North in Morecambe.

Alongside his commitment to Eden’s educational mission, David’s financial background has provided the basis for the growth of Eden despite challenging times and variable circumstances, and as the leader of a diverse and expert staff, he brings highly qualified expertise to bear on all of Eden’s projects both at home in Cornwall and around the world.

The Eden Project has been hugely influential in the creation of green attractions since it first opened its iconic biomes in a disused Cornish clay pit in 2001. Eden Project International was launched in 2014 to deliver social and ecological benefits to new locations around the world.

David will share with us how the Eden Project tries to live up to it’s reputation as a leader in sustainable visitor attractions.

Tickets

We recognise these are challenging times for many in our industry and so have £24 (incl UK VAT) tickets for operators, institutions, students and job seekers.

Standard tickets are available at £72 (incl UK VAT) each.

Blooloop is supporting EARTHDAY.ORG and has committed to plant a tree for every greenloop ticket sold, and in addition donate 5% of our ticketing revenue to EarthDay’s climate literacy programme.

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All sessions will be live. Recordings will only be available to ticket holders.

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We also have some low maintenance, high impact, great value options for suppliers who would like to showcase their green innovations.

Please contact Alice at events@blooloop.com.

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Rachel is Finance Director. She has a degree in engineering from Cambridge University and qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Deloittes in London. She worked in finance in industry for twenty years. She oversees our news and also manages our events.

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