In the age of the climate emergency, we ask 3 experts if sustainable tourism is possible and what the future of travel looks like.

Come join us at Jak’s in London on 27 November 2019 from 6:45pm for an evening of discussion, drinks and meeting like-minded adventurers.

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Luli Masera

Director of Strategy and Development for Argentina, Tompkins Conservation

Luli leads Tompkins Conservation’s partnerships and strategy for the Argentine projects. She is the co-founder of the Marine Conservation program of TC in Argentina which accomplished the creation of the first two marine national parks in the Argentine Sea. She previously worked in forest consultancy in Madrid and graduated as an Engineer of the Natural Environment at the Polytechnic University of Madrid specializing in detection and restoration of environmental impacts.

Duncan Grossart

Director, The European Nature Trust

Duncan drives TENT’s strategy and partnerships, drawing on his successes founding and chairing a number of environment-related businesses. As a zoology graduate, Duncan has a lifelong love of nature and wilderness and is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organisation, and a fellow of ZSL and RGS.

Laura González

Head Biologist, Futurismo

Laura comes from Galicia, in Spain and she is passionate about the ocean, whales and dolphins. Laura is a marine biologist and oceanographer, who has concluded her PhD thesis on cetacean distribution around São Miguel, Azores, at the University of Vigo.

The Host

Mona Lewicka

Co-Founder, Nomaddict.org

Ally Program Manager, Transformational Travel Council

Reaching the unreachable, connecting with others and understanding the world is Mona’s motivation for travelling through life (preferably by bicycle or hitch-hiking or on foot). After graduating from the University of Warsaw with a degree in Social Science, Mona then worked as a Foreign Office intern and later with multiple NGOs in Asia and Europe. Transformed by everything that went well and wrong during 5 years of journeys to nearly 60 countries across 5 continents, Mona is ready for adventure, learning and new experiences, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whenever she can, she runs, meditates, hikes and sharpens her rock-climbing skills.