Sustainability & Tourism

Course contents
  • - History and development of sustainability and sustainable tourism
    - Definition and differentiation of terms of sustainability and sustainable tourism
    - Players in sustainable tourism (organizations, governments, tourism industry, tourists, etc.)
    - Selected market conditions analysis with focus on LOHAS
    - Measurability of sustainable tourism (eco labels, CSR, indicator systems, etc.)
    - Focussed analysis of climate change and the role and relationship of tourism to this global concern
    - Deep and Shallow Ecology and its application to Tourism
    - Ecotourism as a form of sustainable tourism - a pre-curser to climate change related policy and processes
    - Green management and carbon reduction strategies for enhanced business operation
    - Social entrepreneurship in the context of tourism sustainability - social enterprise to social transformation - TaPhin and Lao Chai, Vietnam
    - Personal perceptions and actions toward sustainability
    - The social context of sustainable development: The case of waterfront development in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
    - Applying concepts of clustering and network development to enhance sustainable tourism outcomes in applied settings: Cases from New Zealand and Canada
    - Can tourism be sustainable in the future?
    - Sustainable fuels and Aviation: Goals, Requirements, Realities
    - Sustainability in the context of human rights and indigenous tourism in the Asia Pacific: Goals and responsibilities of stakeholders
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