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Electric Cars impact on Future of Global Warming

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The most important way to reduce motoring costs, reduce carbon use in transport, improve air quality and reduce global warming. City cars costing 1p per mile in electricity, range 200 miles. Ultra-cheap, safe, vehicles with zero emissions, which can be easily customised. Burning fuel in a small, mobile engine is inefficient compared to industrial power generators. If the electricity used is generated from wind, solar, waves, tide or nuclear fuel then electric cars have zero emissions. Either way, air quality improves dramatically in cities. 

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Future of travel, leisure and tourism industry service at speed is everything and how tourists feel about a...

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Travel Keynotes, Transport, Tourism

Future of travel, leisure and tourism industries speed is everything. Travellers are affected by emotional issues seen when US tourists stayed away from France after France refused to support the US in the Iraq War. In a fast changing world, where people are under huge time pressure, travel and tourism growth will be seen in short breaks, intensive therapy, spas, health vacations, experiences. Leisure industry and corporate market business travel. Future trends - impact on aviation, hotels, restaurants, package holidays, travel agents and other ...

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The Future of Business Travel

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Travel Keynotes, Transport, Tourism

Read two articles by Dr. Patrick Dixon featured in the Wall Street Journal in 1998

"A Guru's Vision of the Future"

"Business Travel: Firms are Zapping Costs" - Weekend Travel page Wall Street Journal Europe 12/12/98

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Future of High Speed Rail Passenger Growth and Freight Challenges

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Future of high speed rail networks. Competition between railways and airlines. Hubs, stations, power grids, infrastructure all these things matter in planning. Growth of high speed rail in Europe eg France, Germany, Spain and UK compared with China and India. Conflict between freight capacity and logistics infrastructure and passenger trains using same tracks. Long term investment in track and train operations. Subsidies for high speed trains and taxation on vehicles distortions in travel markets. Video comment by keynote conference speaker and author of Sustainagility, Patrick ...

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Energy Saving in Shipping Industry - Future of Freight

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90% of all goods ranging from oil, gas, coal, and grains to electronic items, are carried each year by over 80,000 merchant ships larger than 2000 tons.  It’s the equivalent of shipping 1000 tons of products over 30 billion miles a year and results in 5% of all carbon emissions each year.  We can easily save at least 50% of all shipping energy costs – equivalent to 2.5% of all global carbon use.  Start by slowing container ships down from 24 knots to 20 knots to save up to 40% of fuel costs. Need a world-class keynote speaker on shipping, logistics and supply chains? Phone Patrick Dixon now or email.

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Future of Travel Industry Google Travel and Tourism Conference Keynote by Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Travel Keynotes, Transport, Tourism

Future of the travel industry, leisure travel, tourism, holiday travel and business travel trends. Package holidays and city breaks. Lifestyle and demographic changes older travellers, single travellers. Long haul and short haul, future of airline industry, rail, tour operators and cruise vacations. How travel customers are changing and influenced by social networking sites such as tripadvisor. Why market research can give wrong messages to marketing teams. Future of hotels and self-catering accommodation. Ecotourism, adventure holidays and experiences. Discount travel and budget operators quality and service ...


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Future of Travel Industry, Tourism, Hotels, Hospitality and Business Travel - Futurist keynote speaker SLIDES

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Travel Keynotes, Transport, Tourism

Keynote on future travel industry trends for American Express / TAP in Moscow, by Patrick Dixon, conference speaker. Future of hotels, airlines and travel agents – innovation in the travel industry. Future of business travel and leisure travel. Travel industry continues to be vulnerable to major shocks – politically, global economy, environment or other factors ranging from volcanic eruptions to the Arab Spring. Strategies of travel companies and global corporations are being overtaken by events. Impact of energy prices on future of aviation and global travel. Expect spectacular growth of aviation and rail travel in emerging economies such as China and India. The irresistible human desire to travel, explore, and gain new experiences will underpin consistent global growth in travel and tourism, despite new carbon and aviation taxes. Globalisation will also continue to force executives to sacrifice home life for travel, despite growth of teleworking and virtual teams. Business travel will grow every year over the next 20-30 years, powered by growth in emerging markets, while travel within the EU and the US will remain relatively static. Russia internal and international air travel will also grow rapidly. Asia will represent more than 40% of the global economy in Purchasing Power Parity by 2015. China travel bookings are already worth more than $100bn a year of which $15bn was booked online in 2012 – up 500% on 2008 figures. Expect huge changes in how people are organizing their own travel. What is travel really about? Business travel is dominated by one word – not economics or saving money, but by the same issue which is driving leisure travel. One single word is influencing all of human history. That word is emotion: related to passions, desires to breathe the same air as the people we work with or talk to. That is why audiences don’t like listening to keynote conference speakers on a video relay. Travel is about building trust with business colleagues. Emotion is about understanding local cultural context, about relating to customers in a deep way. It is true that videoconferencing is growing 20% a year but not enough to curtail business travel. Most people do not enjoy video conferencing and prefer to talk on the phone – unless video is between family members. In the workplace, most people are relatively uncomfortable to perform in front of a camera. Expect that to change, but the fundamental need for human relationships will drive travel. It is ironic that most people have better technology at home and faster bandwidth, than they do at work. They also have better experiences online with things like travel tools – using personal Apps like Tripit which reports with SMS, diary updates and so on with live updates of flight delays, alternative routing suggestions. Virtual travel assistants are a big growth

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