3 edition of Tourism enterprises and the sustainability agenda across Europe found in the catalog.
Tourism enterprises and the sustainability agenda across Europe
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by David Leslie|
|Series||New directions in tourism analysis|
|LC Classifications||G156.5.S87 L47 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781409422570, 9781409422587|
|LC Control Number||2011042508|
Sustainability in terms of new tourism trends means a sustainable use of natural resources. In other words, natural resources should be used not only for present, but also for future generations (Redclift, ; Weale & Willians, ). Eco-tourism might be the most appropriate form of. Tourism Enterprises and the Sustainability Agenda across Europe (Chapter 5) (New Directions in Tourism Analysis), Ashgate: Farnham, pp. , This chapter, building on the qualitative framework, examines a number of CSR-inspired environmental initiatives carried out by international hotel chains.
Sustainable Tourism in Europe. likes 5 talking about this. SMARTOUR aims to assist those working in the tourism industry to develop their knowledge and skills so Followers: 1 Sustainable Tourism Guide: Sense and Sustainability Toolkit| CCGHT SECTION 1: Introduction to Sustainable Tourism What is Sustainable Tourism? Sustainable Tourism stems from sustainable development, a term which has become increasingly common in our society since the Rio Earth Summit of File Size: KB.
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With the emphasis on small enterprises, this book provides a comprehensive analysis of what is happening across Europe in terms of sustainable development objectives and sustainability in the context of tourism by: 4.
DOI link for Tourism Enterprises and the Sustainability Agenda across Europe. Tourism Enterprises and the Sustainability Agenda across Europe book. Edited By David Leslie. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 February Pub. location London. Imprint by: 2. Concern for the sustainability of tourism is already well established in Europe.
It is a subject that has received considerable attention from the European Commission, the European Parliament5, and the Economic and Social Committee. Many national governments and local authorities across Europe have paid attention. Automatically reference everything correctly with CiteThisForMe.
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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Sustainable Tourism comprehensively examines the theoretical and applied dimensions of contemporary sustainable tourism from a global perspective.
Using international case studies and examples, it provides cutting edge coverage of the latest developments in the area, both theoretically and practically/5(4).
tourism sector, the sustainable growth and job creation of the tourism activity in the EU and globally in order to provide to the EU and third countries tourists high quality, best value for money, safe, innovative, sustainable and accessible tourism products/experience.
Actions in line with the Europe strategy and its flagships initiatives:File Size: KB. Increasingly, advocates of tourism argue that tourism growth offers a means for Third World countries to escape the confines of 'underdevelopment' and that new forms of tourism in particular allow this transition to be achieved sustainably and equitably.
Building upon this fundamental precept, this book explores and challenges the notions of sustainability, globalization and 4/5(1).
Despite the ample rhetoric that has appeared over the last 25 years regarding sustainable development and tourism, the issue of equity and social justice as a key component of this concept has been largely ignored, argue Dimitri Ioannides and Evangelia Petridou in the recently published book "Tourism Enterprises and the Sustainability Agenda Across Europe.".
Tourism and the global sustainability agenda This module will present the global trends in tourism and its social and environmental impacts. Policies and strategies aimed at developing a more sustainable form of tourism in low-income countries will be discussed, including the role of sustainability certification systems for hotels and destinations.
lessons in Local Agenda 21 processes in tourism, and are able to share these in this book. We propose to set-up a world wide programme for training and guiding local authorities that wish to intensify their efforts in basing their economic development triggered by.
Tourism enterprises and sustainable development: International perspectives on responses to the sustainability agenda Article in Tourism Management 31(6). David Leslie has written: 'Tourism enterprises and the sustainability agenda across Europe' -- subject(s): Environmental conditions, Tourism, Sustainable tourism Asked in Food & Cooking.
The competitiveness and sustainability of the tourism industry go hand-in-hand as the quality of tourist destinations is strongly influenced by their natural and cultural environment, and their integration into the local -term sustainability requires a balance between economic, socio-cultural, and environmental sustainability.
Barcelona – heritage conservation, sustainable transportation and now bridges that eat pollution. Lake District, UK – showcasing sustainable tourism initiatives including low carbon cottages, sustainable transportation efforts and footpath erosion.
Burren and Cliffs of Moher, Ireland – working with over 45 tourism enterprises to achieve certification, the park is now a recognized. David Leslie has written: 'Tourism enterprises and the sustainability agenda across Europe' -- subject(s): Environmental conditions, Tourism, Sustainable tourism Asked in Travel & Places.
Tourism, as with most industries, exerts both positive and negative influences on the world. On the plus side, the sector’s economic contribution is enormous. On the opposite side, it places enormous pressure on the environment. It is estimated that tourism’s share of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions has been about 5% and is expected to grow in the coming years.
‘Tourism Development and the Environment: Beyond Sustainability. is a timely, refreshing, and thought-provoking critique of sustainable tourism development.
Challenging us to re-examine the very nature of sustainability, globalization and the tourism industry as a capitalist endeavour, it is essential reading [which is] sure to generate File Size: 1MB.
Sustainability Indicators for Small Tourism Enterprises – An Exploratory Perspective, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 16(5), Roesch, S., (). The Author: Girish K Nair, Nidhi Choudhary. This book chapter provides an overview of the policy framework for sustainable and responsible tourism in southern Africa.
It examines the environmental impacts of nature-based tourism in the region and also review the prevalence of tourism certification programs and the underlying demand for responsible holidays.This was despite the fact that it had Parliament’s support for a ‘European tourism quality label’ (paragraph 25 of the resolution of 27 September and paragraph 53 of the resolution of 29 October on new challenges and concepts for the promotion of tourism in Europe (OJ C, p.
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