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Sustainable tourism part of film cavalcade

A person is hiking in the north of Sweden.
Bild: Mats Hagwall/Unsplash

How can tourism organisations approach the question of appropriate quantity of tourists? Mikael Klintman, sociology professor is one of the speakers in a row of short talks presenting research on sustainable consumption.

Mikael Klintman and other researchers from Lund University present results in films from Mistra Sustainable Consumption, a research programme aiming to stimulate a shift towards more sustainable consumption in Sweden. The goal is to contribute to the transition through increased knowledge about how sustainable consumption can be scaled up and become more common. The focus is on how behaviours can be changed in the fields of food, vacations and home decor.

The films at the Mistra website (in Swedish).

The Mistra website in English.

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