Kinder Conversations: The Sky has a Limit
Join us for the second of our Kinder Conversations - the Sky has a Limit.
Following our investigation into the Future of Meat in February, we’ve turned our attention to the sky. We’ll be talking about whether air travel can be more sustainable, and how.
We’re delighted to be hosting this event in collaboration with our friends at
When: Monday 17 June 18:30 - 21:00
Where: TQ, Singel 542, Amsterdam
Tickets: We’re offering two ticket levels for guests flying with Kinder Airlines for the evening: Economy (free) and Business Class (for the price of a donation to
Why fly Kinder?
- Hear about the latest research and technology making air travel more sustainable
- Find out what you can do to reduce the impact your flights are having
- Share a drink from TQ’s bar with like-minded travellers, and sample some of our vegan snacks (including
Prof Grunschubel ice cream, as seen at the Future of Meat event)
More about the event
Here at Kinder, we believe that greener travel is one of the key ways in which we can tackle the climate crisis. Travelling green can mean a lot of things, but right now we’re concerned about the aviation industry.
If aviation were a country, it’d be a top 10 polluter - and C02 emissions from air travel are growing many times faster than any other form. We’re already in a very dangerous position, and although there are many potential solutions, we sometimes feel overwhelmed and uncertain about what to do about it.
That’s where this event comes in: we’ll be bringing together representatives from research and technology, the aviation industry, and the not-for-profit sector, to talk about sustainable air travel. We’ll hear more about the problem, and a lot more about the solutions.
Plus, there’ll be time to get a drink from TQ’s bar (buying a drink helps our friends from TQ support more events like this), try some vegan ice cream, and chat to fellow travellers about the steps you can take to travel greener.