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The IamExpat Fair, launched in Amsterdam in 2015, has quickly evolved into the leading fair for internationals in the Netherlands.

Since its launch, the IamExpat Fair has connected more than 570 companies with more than 33.000 visitors from 160 countries around the world, and run more than 300 workshops and information sessions, making it the leading fair for internationals in the Netherlands.

The IamExpat Fair takes place twice a year at iconic and central locations – Amsterdam’s Gashouder, Westergas and the Grote Kerk in The Hague.



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Listed here are trade expos, industry conventions and expat community fairs taking place in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht, Eindhoven and other cities in the Netherlands…


The Netherlands hosts a large number of international conventions, expos and trade fairs each year. Organizers appreciate the country’s central location (between the UK, Germany and Belgium), its highly efficient transport system, easily accessible airports and multiple convention center options in cities such as Amsterdam ( RAI , Beurs van Berlage , Westergasfabriek ), Rotterdam ( Ahoy , Postillion , De Doelen ), The Hague ( World Forum , World Trade Center ), Utrecht ( Jaarbeurs , NBC ) and Eindhoven ( Beursgebouw , High Tech Campus , Evoluon ) .

Expat fairs are organized in Dutch cities with large international populations, such as Amsterdam, The Hague and Eindhoven. In addition, there are cultural expos and trade shows open to the general public.

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The Best Netherlands Trade Shows in 2024 and 2025

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Tradefest has you covered...We have put together a fantastic selection of trade shows and events below. This list has been carefully ranked based on the feedback of attendees and exhibitors. Learn about their experience of the events mentioned below. Better yet discover what types of companies, vendors and people you can meet at them. Insightful reviews to help you spot a business opportunity at a trade show in the Netherlands. See what people had to say... On Tradefest there are thousands of reviews on the biggest and smallest trade shows and events in Europe, the USA and across the globe. Whatever your business priority use this free guide to help with your event marketing. Use the filters to change the selection of events below based on location, industry and dates.

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Jul 6, 2024 to Jul 19, 2024

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Apr 11, 2024 to Apr 12, 2024

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Sep 13, 2024 to Sep 16, 2024

Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre , Amsterdam , Netherlands

SOSU Europe (Sourcing Summit)

Sep 27, 2022 to Sep 28, 2022

Meervaart Amsterdam , Amsterdam , Netherlands

Greentech Amsterdam

Jun 11, 2024 to Jun 13, 2024

AI & Big Data Expo Europe

Oct 1, 2024 to Oct 2, 2024

AI & Big Data Expo Europe

Jun 6, 2024 to Jun 6, 2024

Amsterdam Affiliate Conference

Jul 16, 2024 to Jul 19, 2024

Customer Contact Week Europe

Feb 22, 2022 to Feb 23, 2022

Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage , Amsterdam , Netherlands

Empack Netherlands

Apr 9, 2024 to Apr 11, 2024

Brabanthallen 's-Hertogenbosch , 's-Hertogenbosch , Netherlands

Intermodal Europe

Nov 12, 2024 to Nov 14, 2024

BeyondHR Forum

Jun 11, 2020 to Jun 12, 2020

Kromhauthal , Amsterdam , Netherlands

Emerce Conversion

Apr 20, 2023 to Apr 20, 2023

Pakhuis de Zwijger , Amsterdam , Netherlands

Hiswa Amsterdam Boat Show

Mar 11, 2020 to Mar 15, 2020

WWV Webwinkel Vakdagen

Mar 29, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023

JAARBEURS , Utrecht , Netherlands


Mar 24, 2023 to Mar 26, 2023

WTC Leeuwarden , Leeuwarden , Netherlands


Jun 8, 2022 to Jun 9, 2022

TAETS Art and Event Park , Amsterdam , Amsterdam , Netherlands

Emerce Retail

Mar 24, 2022 to Mar 24, 2022

InnStyle , Maarssen , Netherlands

Revenue Optimization and Marketing Summit

Nov 26, 2019 to Nov 27, 2019

Novotel Amsterdam City , Amsterdam , Netherlands

Emerce Ecommerce Live

Jun 7, 2023 to Jun 7, 2023

Hack In The Box Security Conference

Aug 25, 2022 to Aug 26, 2022

DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station , Amsterdam , Netherlands

UTECH Europe

Apr 23, 2024 to Apr 25, 2024

MECC , Maastricht , Pays-Bas

Aquatech Amsterdam

Mar 11, 2025 to Mar 14, 2025

OEEC - Offshore Energy Exhibition And Conference

Nov 29, 2022 to Nov 30, 2022


Mar 6, 2024 to Mar 7, 2024

Ahoy Rotterdam , Rotterdam , Netherlands

Gastvrij Rotterdam

Sep 18, 2023 to Sep 20, 2023

Blockchain Expo Europe 2021

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Amsterdam EWEEK

Oct 9, 2019 to Oct 16, 2019

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Vakantiebeurs 2025: Netherlands Travel & Tourism Fairs

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Vakantiebeurs : Event Name Category:  Travel & Tourism Fairs Event Date: 09 – 12 January, 2025 Frequency: Annual Location: Jaarbeurs , Jaarbeursplein, 3521 AL Utrecht, Netherlands Organizer: Jaarbeurs, Netherlands E-mail: info[at] Phone: 030 – 295 5911 Timings: 09:30 AM – 17:00 PM Tickets: Visitor Registration Required – Click Here !

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Travelling and safety in 2025:

Even in these exceptional times, Vakantiebeurs 2025 can translate your travel wishes into safe travel advice. You can get all the information and inspiration you need to go on exciting trips again in 2025. If you let us know your wishes and requirements prior to the event, Vakantiebeurs 2025 will help you find the most relevant providers, destinations, programme elements and other useful hygiene and precautionary measures for your next holiday. This is our way to ensure – together with all the exhibitors and the official authorities present at the event – that you will be able to go on holiday again in 2025 with confidence.

Vakantiebeurs 2025: Event profile

Vakantiebeurs 2025 is a leisure and tourism event where travel agencies and cultural associations from all across the world gather around at a single spot and present their countries and market their travelling agencies. Visitors can gather information about the most exciting and mind-refreshing tourist spots and can establish contacts with various travel agencies from all across the world. There are various events and shows which help visitors gather information and there are various games and quizzes that include vacation trips and adventure travel tickets as a reward.

Vakantiebeurs 2025 For many Dutch people, going on holiday is ‘a part of life’. We are a nation of inquisitive travelers, and on average spend a lot of time and money on holiday, recreation and relaxation. A visit to the Vakantiebeurs should take advantage of this, and that is why experience plays an even more central role in the 2021 edition.

Reasons to visit Vakantiebeurs 2025:

Travel event of the year.

Vakantiebeurs is the biggest travel event of the year, well-known at home and abroad for already more than 50 years. It serves as a platform for industry professionals, travel companies, and tourists to come together and explore various travel opportunities. Vakantiebeurs is part of the Dutch Travel Week. During Dutch Travel Week, Utrecht is ’the center of the world’ for a week.

Expand your professional network, engage with the travel industry, and strengthen important business relationships. On January 10th Vakantiebeurs offers a dedicated B2B networking event called the Travel Trade Day. This day provides opportunities for travel agents, tour operators, hoteliers, airlines, and other travel-related businesses to connect, discuss partnerships, and negotiate deals.

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Dive deeper into current trends and developments, attend interesting sessions on our main stage and in theaters, and gain new knowledge and inspiration. The Travel Trade Day typically features a range of seminars and workshops related to travel trends, industry insights, and best practices. Attending these sessions can be an excellent way to gain knowledge, exchange ideas, and network with industry experts.


Join us at the hub of the global travel industry, where you’ll find numerous organizations and locals from many different countries, all in one place; destinations, travel agencies, airlines, hotels, tour operators, and other travel-related businesses from all over the world. This diverse mix of exhibitors allows attendees to explore travel opportunities on a global scale.

Vakantiebeurs 2025: Exhibitors Profile

The exhibitors of Vakantiebeurs 2025 Trade Day will exhibit the latest and advanced products and services including holiday destinations, resorts, hotels, adventures, safaris, beach resort and spa and all kinds of travel and tourism products and services.

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The  I am not a Tourist Expat Fair Amsterdam  is the biggest event for internationals living, working, studying or setting up a business in the Netherlands.

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De Kermis: 5 things you didn’t know about funfairs in the Netherlands

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Bright, flashing lights, shrieks, music and laughter…if these sensations reach your eyes and ears you’ve made it to one of the many great funfairs in the Netherlands! 🎡

Yes, that’s right de kermis is back in town. Just in case this season wasn’t fun enough, with Easter and King’s Day sweetening up our weeks, this is also the time when funfairs are rolling into towns and cities across the Netherlands.  


But there’s more to this than just bright lights and noise, here are 5 things you maybe didn’t know about the Dutch Kermis .

1. What’s in a name

It turns out, the Dutch word for funfair ‘Kermis’ has pretty conservative roots. The word ‘kermis’ stems from the words ‘ kerk ’ (church) and ‘mis’ (mass). As such, ‘Kermis’ signified the mass held to celebrate the anniversary of a church’s foundation or its patron saint.

Traditionally, these events were accompanied by a fair and were a chance for locals to take a break from work, be merry, and maybe even find love. 

2. The oldest Dutch fair is REALLY old

The oldest Dutch fair is believed to have been held in Wijk bij Duurstede, in the Province of Utrecht. The first record of a fair there dates to July 26, 1023 — the same day that the St. Martin’s Church was consecrated.


Now, that’s pretty darn old and the tradition continues until today. If the Dutch can stick to anything, it’s a tradition that includes fatty foods and roller coasters.

3. Their pricing strategy is clever

Tickets for individual rides and games are usually set at a fixed price — €2 for the smaller rides and up to €3 for the bigger ones.

At first glance, this doesn’t seem like such a bad price, however, if you’ve ever been to a fair you’ll know just how easily all those turns on the bumper cars and attempts to win a teddy bear add up. Not to mention the sugar-laced treats you will inevitably buy.


Luckily most fairs now have their own websites where you can purchase a day pass for the attractions or access discount vouchers for particular rides. So, be sure to check out your local Kermis online before you go and you might just save some money! 

4. The Kermis in Tilburg is the fair of all Dutch fairs

While there is a fair to be found in almost every Dutch town, Tilburg’s Kermis holds the title of being the biggest in the country. And with an estimated 1.5 million visitors each year, it is also the most popular fair.

READ MORE | 5 reasons why you must visit the largest funfair in the Netherlands: de Tilburgse Kermis!

This year the festivities run from July 21 to July 30. Highlights not to be missed include the over 250 attractions, the more than 25-year-old Pink Monday celebration, and the legendary fireworks on closing night.


Follow this link for more details on this spectacular summer celebration.

5) They’re around all summer long

You heard me, all summer long. Usually, there are fairs taking place in Delft , Den Haag , Ijmuiden and Haarlem . If the fair hasn’t reached your town yet, don’t worry, as the fairs continue throughout the summer and even into autumn.

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So you have plenty of time to conquer your fear of heights or try your hand at actually winning a prize! For dates and opening times of fairs across the Netherlands, check out this site .

Do you love the funfairs in the Netherlands as much as we do? Let us know in the comments!

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in May 2019, and was fully updated in July 2023 for your reading pleasure.

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I used to buy day passes and spend the day at the Cakewalk in the 60/70ish. Now I live in Canada and we have the most amazing fairs as well. Most times you’ll find a combination of homemade foods and lots of fries and burgers. No mayo though, that really sucks! and no Cakewalk! But, I have to say the SonenBreugel Kermis was outstanding! But, yes, I’m biased because it’s my hometown. Great stor

€2/€2.50?! Where did those prices come from. The last fair I went to, the prices were at least twice that. COVID put an end to the cheap prices I was used to. Also, no day passes either.

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“Even if I don’t receive monetary gains, I would choose a supervisor like Charlotte every single time because we, as a team, believe in something beyond ourselves.”   – Mahendra Sherkhane (Volunteer)

Fair Tourism works enthusiastically on sustainable tourism, where nature is protected and the local people are actively involved. This is the only way we can keep the world beautiful for us & many generations to come. Our two main goals are the following: Firstly, we want to make consumers and other stakeholders passionate about sustainable tourism. Fair tourism wants to foster awareness of the importance of nature protection and the involvement of local communities in tourism development. We achieve this for example, by organising workshops, guest lectures, exchange programs and developing educational materials.

Secondly, we assist local communities with the development of small-scale tourism activities that contribute towards poverty alleviation and nature conservation. We work together with different stakeholders, like governments, tour operators, NGOs and local communities, to achieve this goal.

“Internship at Fair Tourism was a great opportunity for me to learn how CBT concepts are actually practiced in the real settings.” –  Haruna Chinzei (Former Intern)

Fair Tourism began as a REISBEWIJS in 1989. This was with the goal of creating a better awareness of ethically and environmentally friendly behaviour by travellers. In the early days, they organised country days, developed educational materials (like study books & workshops or guest lectures) and set up an information centre, making it the only communication organisation in The Netherlands specialised in sustainable tourism.

In 2004 the former board decided to stop with the foundation. Charlotte Louwman-Vogels, who was already active as a volunteer for the foundation since 2000, decided to continue with a new board. Since 2004 she is the director of Fair Tourism and responsible for daily management, supported by the team and board. Furthermore, students and volunteers regularly assist with the activities run by Fair Tourism. We are happy to hear from you!

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Atippaj Pattapongwat

Good day to you all! I’m Atippaj Pattapongwat – or just Atip, a hardcore and adventurous trekker and traveling lover from Thailand! Now, I’m studying the MBA and serving as the President of Students’ Council here at National University of Singapore. During the past few years, I’ve been exposed to CBT and in love with it in all aspects. That’s why I would like to help Fair Tourism for anything I could to bring more awareness to CBT, sustainable and eco-friendly tourism. If you want to know anything about Thailand, feel free to connect with me via LinkedIn/Facebook using my name!

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Hi! I am Violeta, studying Tourism Management at Inholland University of applied sciences. Originally from Greece, I came to the Netherlands five years ago to pursue my Bachelor’s in International Tourism Management. Since then, I have travelled and moved to various countries. I lived in UK and Spain. I love different cultures, so I hope to have the chance to live in more countries. In February, I began writing my bachelor thesis for Fair Tourism. Together we aim to facilitate CBT development in Jordan. I am looking forward to applying my knowledge and helping in the sustainable development in Jordan.

Annisa Anjarsari

Call me Nisa, a master student of Tourism, Society and Environment at Wageningen University. I’m from Indonesia. My interest in tourism has been growing since I took a job as tour guide during my bachelor. Currently, I am currently finishing my thesis about tourism and local culture, which makes me even more interested in sustainable tourism. It is also a reason why I am an intern at Fair Tourism, where I am developing a revenue model and assisting CBT development in Huay Sua Thao.

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Hi! My name is Marcia, and I am from Switzerland. Currently I am finalizing my bachelor’s degree in Tourism majoring in sustainable tourism and international development. My bachelor thesis is focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on CBT-Projects in northern Thailand. I got inspired for the topic of my thesis through my trip to southeast Asia during summer 2019, where I experienced CBT myself. I love to travel and to get to know new people, their culture, and personal stories. I am now very happy to become part of the Fair Tourism team. As a volunteer, I aim to make my small but important contribution to a more responsible and sustainable tourism. Thereby I am excited to get deeper insights into the world of CBT.

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Alexandros Ousantzopoulos

My name is Alexandros and I come from Greece! I am currently studying Tourism Management at University of Breda. During my internship at Fair Tourism, I want to learn more about sustainability and better understand diverse cultures. I will be assisting the daily operations of the organization, writing articles and conducting research.

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Edwin Magio

Hello there! My name is Edwin Magio, an MSc student at Leeds Beckett University studying Responsible Tourism Management. I believe CBT is a force for good especially in Kenya where there are already initiatives committed to supporting the community wellbeing and protecting biodiversity. That is why I decided to write a thesis for Fair Tourism on CBT as a catalyst for transitioning from community exploitation towards community empowerment and expanding community benefits: Perspectives from Massai in Kenya. In my free time, I like taking a walk, watching the sunset in the evening and having coffee.

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Miruna Ilie

Hi everyone! I am Miruna, an empathic, perseverant, and kind person from Romania. In the upcoming academic year, I will be writing my thesis, followed by the internship for Fair Tourism, which will allow me to contribute to the development of sustainable and community-based tourism. As an International Tourism Management student, I have found my passion for CBT, social responsibility, and sustainable travel. Besides, I believe that compassion and giving back to the world are crucial for making a meaningful change. Therefore, my aspirations include being able to create empowerment, financial stability, and equality for communities across the globe, together with nature and animal conservation.

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Kim de Leeuw

Hi, I am Kim. A 23-year old with a passion for sustainable travel. During my previous travels I have realised that the tourism industry is not always organised in a sustainable way and that is when I realised that this was something I would like to work on. Therefore, I have obtained a Bachelor of Science in Tourism at Wageningen University and NHTV Breda (now BUAS). Afterwards I did a Master of Science in Sustainable Development with a specialisation in International Development. Both studies contained a research project on tourism abroad, in Vietnam and Indonesia, and that is where I got to see how tourism develops in those regions. With the gained knowledge, I hope to assist Fair Tourism to spread sustainable tourism as a volunteer.

Kim de Leeuw

Ariq Radya Faustino

I'm working as a Volunteer or specifically Project Assistant for Fair Tourism. Hopefully in this position, I will be gaining a lot of experience and knowledge about tourism and sustainability. Moreover, I'm interested in learning about community based-tourism. This includes sustainability of tourism in the environment, human rights, and other aspects. Working in tourism is new for me and I'm really excited.

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Kseniia Korchilova

Hi! I'm Kseniia Korchilova. I was born in Russia and earlier my life was mostly connected with working in Human Rights there. Now I am 26 and I live in the Hague. I am truly inspired by the potential of Sustainable Tourism and happy to learn more about different cultures, so I am glad to be a part of the team!

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Hello! My name is Madeline, and I am in my final year of studies at Leiden University College. I am a passionate traveller and environmentalist; these two interests play an integral role in my travel experiences as I interact with new communities, cultures, and places. Within my major of World Politics, I have been able to focus my interests on the intersection of climate politics with Indigenous and Marginalised communities around the world. I connected with Fair Tourism a year ago, working with a small team to design a community-based needs assessment to provide a localised understanding of issues of equality impacting Maasai communities in the greater Maasai Mara region. Travelling around the world as a “tourist”, and hearing different communities' experiences from the other side of the industry has provided me with a variety of new perspectives and passions to bring into my work with Fair Tourism.

Fleur van der Neut

Hi all! My name is Fleur van der Neut, a Bachelor of Science in Tourism graduate from Wageningen University. My passion for sustainable tourism, cultural heritage, and working with Indigenous peoples led me to the Fair tourism foundation. During my volunteer work, I will focus on the structure and organization of Fair tourism. I am excited about working closely with the people at Fair Tourism and hope to really make a difference within the company.

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Hi everyone! My name is Elsa, a Tourism Management student from the Netherlands. In the upcoming months, I will be writing my final thesis about the Uros who live on Lake Titicaca in Peru and Bolivia. Hereby, I’ll be meeting new cultures. The Uros are already visited a lot by tourists, however, I think that there is a lot to improve in terms of CBT.


Hello there! My name is Lea and I am doing my Bachelor’s degree in International Tourism Management at Hochschule Bremen in Germany. Originally from Germany, I did my semester abroad in Haarlem, Netherlands where I participated in the responsible travel track at Inholland Hogeschool. I gained knowledge about the implementation of responsible tourism and got introduced to Fair Tourism. Since art and sustainability are my passion, I am mostly doing the social media for Fair Tourism and am participating in ongoing projects.


My name is Irse and I am studying Tourism Management at the University of Applied Science Saxion, Deventer. Through my study, I started to look at tourism in a different way where sustainable and CBT travel is becoming increasingly important. That is where my interest started and why I am writing, in the upcoming months, my bachelor thesis here at Fair Tourism. The thesis will be focused on how Fair Tourism can develop a toolkit and work together with partners to create community-based tourism in Kenya. I am looking forward to dive into the CBT theme.

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Hello everyone! My name is Sonam and I am a Fourth year Tourism student at InHolland University of Applied Science, Diemen. I am writing a thesis for Fair Tourism starting February 2022. A fun fact about me is that I was born in Tibet and I grew up in India and Nepal. And here I am in the Netherlands since 2013. I have always had a huge interest in people and cultures so travelling is a huge part of my life. About my thesis, I will come up with the development plan for the community based tourism in Dharamsala, India. I am looking forward to this journey!

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Hello there! I am Tingwen, a Taiwanese, a solo traveler, and a master student of Tourism, Society and Environment at Wageningen University. My interest in sustainable tourism has been growing since I participated in a consulting project in a tourist tea plantation during my bachelor. I am currently working on a thesis regarding Southeast Asian immigrants in Taiwan and their cultural perception, which inspires me to learn more about Southeast Asian culture and sustainable tourism. That is why I decided to work with Fair Tourism as an intern. I am motivated to apply my analytical skills and expand my knowledge in the field of CBT, with attention to boost the awareness of CBT to the public.

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Greetings! My name is Yulin, and I’m a premaster student at the Radboud University, following the Tourism & Culture program. I love to travel and experience other cultures, but more importantly, I have a passion for sustainability and the tourism industry, two things that come together perfectly at Fair Tourism! I am looking forward to write my thesis on gender equality and also contributing wherever I can to the Fair Tourism’s inspiring mission towards a more just system that involves locals, takes care of nature and inspires travellers to be more sustainable. Let’s do this!

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Hey, My name is Robert. I am a 20-year-old from Ireland with a passion for travel, experiencing new cultures and meeting new people. I also love sailing and adventure sports. I moved to the Netherlands to study as I felt I would get a much more international experience which is true! I’m currently studying Marketing Management in Fontys ACE and feel that creating a clearer picture for consumers about CBT and its benefits is very important for the modern consumer. With ethical consumption becoming relevant in all industries, it is even more relevant in Tourism. The communities that people travel to are so fundamental to a tourist experience. That is why I joined the Fair Tourism team. I feel that their goals for improving the industry can and have been beneficial to many people.

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Farmers reveal what they really think about reintroducing lynx and wolves to Britain and Ireland

by Jonny Hanson, The Conversation


The only howl I heard on a recent walk across the Garron plateau in the Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland, was from a bitter, biting wind. But 300 years ago, the howls would most definitely have been lupine: This place was home to one of the last wolves in what is now the UK. The species clung on in other parts of Ireland until the late 18th century.

Lynx and bears probably disappeared from both islands much earlier, despite debates over the potential presence of lynx in early modern Scottish texts .

In Ireland, the evidence for lynx rests on a single bone from almost 9,000 years ago. But much more recently than this, wolves did not simply vanish from our lands—we got rid of them. We did so less because our ancestors read too many fairy tales, and more because of a confluence of political and economic factors.

As a political ecologist, I'm fascinated by how environmental change is strongly shaped by power dynamics and economic forces. This political ecology helps us understand our relationships with large carnivores across these islands—past, present and, potentially, future.

To investigate what's really behind the controversy that surrounds large carnivore reintroductions to Britain and Ireland, I spoke to people on the frontline of this debate—the farmers and conservationists—for my new report . Their answers were illuminating.

An easy assumption to make is that farmers think lynx and wolves would pose a threat to their livestock, especially sheep—but the conflict of interests is more nuanced. There are issues about everything from who might pay for the upkeep of any guard dogs or electric fencing, to which rural landscapes are considered wild enough for large carnivore reintroductions.

To explore different perspectives on this, including options for successfully managing the reintroduction process to minimize the risks to livestock, I interviewed all of the five main farming unions across both nations, as well as two key livestock organizations. For balance, I asked the same questions of three rewilding organizations too.

Several farmers outlined why the biggest issue in predator-proofing their farming system would be the additional labor involved. Another rewilding expert emphasized the potential of tourism, provided there were mechanisms in place to ensure these benefits were shared with livestock owners.

A confluence of political and economic factors are key to understanding the controversies surrounding the potential return of wolves to Britain and Ireland, alongside that smaller, solitary and less polarizing candidate for reintroduction, the lynx.

Ecological reasons may be cited as the main rationale for reintroducing either species, especially to control deer and encourage nature restoration . But it is issues of power and money that will largely dictate whether these proposals become reality, including current consultations on lynx reintroductions in England and Scotland .

Three steps towards compromise

First, get perspective. The political and economic uncertainty of post-Brexit Britain and Europe, including priorities and funding of agri-environmental schemes, occupied much of the discussions for my report. So too did a wariness among farmers of the roles of both governments and conservation charities in any reintroduction process. As National Farmers' Union Cymru's Hedd Pugh noted, "Whoever wants to reintroduce these species will promise the world but … down the line … the people who made the promises will have moved on, and the politicians will have changed too."

Second, management. There is a suite of tools available to manage coexistence between large carnivore conservation and livestock farming, including deterrence (such as fences, livestock guarding animals or shepherding), finance (compensation and insurance schemes), force (including removing or culling problem animals), and enterprise (including tourism and certification) options.

My report's five cases studies, from western Europe and North America, explore these approaches in detail. These methods can work, but their implementation is often complex, contested and costly. Unsurprisingly, there was limited enthusiasm for them among British and Irish farmers. Logistical, ethical and economic concerns were all discussed.

The need for governance was the third element of our discussions, and the only one where a sliver of common ground between farmers and rewilders emerged. This included the desire for guidelines that outline best practice for reintroductions, as well as for consultations with farmers and landowners.

Multi-perspective working groups, such as Lynx to Scotland's lynx focus group , were cited as examples of effective governance. However, as Alastair Driver, director of the conservation charity Rewilding Britain, pointed out: "If we are to restore nature and tackle climate change at the level we need to, we can't please everyone."

In Ireland, wolves were once seen as barriers to the Cromwellian settlement of parts of the island. Earlier in Britain, they were definitely perceived as threats to royal hunting, and probably to monastic wool interests . Either way, wolves were political animals—contested symbols of contested visions for the land. They still are.

The wolves may be long gone from the Glens of Antrim and similar places across Britain and Ireland. But political animals—of the human variety—remain, as do the incessant push and pull of economic forces. Much more than ecology alone, this will define whether wolves and lynx return to such places in the coming decades, just as it defined their departure from them.

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