SINGAPORE/INTERNATIONAL. Every delegate registering for this year’s Trinity Forum will result in the planting of a new tree by environmental charity One Tree Planted.
The initiative is part of the Trinity Forest Project, a Moodie Davitt Report project that has led to the planting of more than 6,500 trees since the Virtual Travel Retail Expo in 2020.
The One Tree Planted initiative is dedicated to the reforestation, conservation and protection of threatened forests around the world. By the end of 2021, One Tree Planted had planted over 40 million trees in over 43 countries since 2014.
Trinity delegates will add to that number, with the Moodie Davitt report promising US$1 per individual registration, the cost of planting each tree.
This will be in addition to the 6,546 trees planted through One Tree Planted following The Moodie Davitt Report’s and FILTR.QINGWA’s Travel Retail Virtual Expos in 2020 and 2021.
The majority of the trees were planted in New Zealand, the homeland of Moodie Davitt Report founder and chairman Martin Moodie.
Independent of the events and as part of the Moodie Davitt Report carbon offset program, we have also planted 480 trees so far with the charity Oblong Trees. You can see where these trees have been planted around the world via this link.
About Trinity Forum
The Trinity Forum – which will be held in Singapore on November 1 and 2 – is co-organized by The Moodie Davitt Report with Airports Council International (ACI) World and ACI Asia-Pacific. This year it is hosted by Changi Airport Group (CAG).
The event promises to deliver a provocative and thought-provoking program on the big issues facing global travel retail, while celebrating the encouraging revival of the industry as the pandemic subsides.
Delegates will enjoy exceptional networking opportunities during the event. The gala dinner – a highlight of any Trinity Forum – will take place at the spectacular Jewel Changi Airport on November 2, hosted by CAG and sponsored by Pernod Ricard Global Travel Retail.
Check the event website to register and get the latest updates on the conference program, hotel accommodations and travel tips.