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Perspectives on the sociocultural consequences of mass tourism on Native Hawaiians [Student report]
Stevens, Fleur \ 2018
UV filter pollution Bonaire by tourism : Lac Bay monitoring and survey results 2017 [Monograph]
Slijkerman, Diana \ Bol, Sharon \ 2018
It is time for food revolution: new entrepreneurship and food culture in the context of tourism-oriented food offer in Havana [Student report]
Ciuffi, Simone \ 2018
Financing conservation: understanding policy arrangements and financial flows for payments for Environmental Services Program in the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya [Student report]
Wambugu, Joshua Kiama \ 2018
Mapping man's relationships to nature: a relational approach to well-being from cultural ecosystem services on Kalamos Island, Greece [Student report]
Denieul, Lea \ 2018
(His)-story about the Dutch Golden Age : a case study about the interpretations of heritage sites, related to colonial and slavery events, in Amsterdam [Student report]
Kavaliauskaite, Neringa \ 2018
Bursting the bubble: a case study on the effects of the current rhino poaching crisis on tourism - and vice versa - in the Hluhluwe Imfolozi game reserve, South Africa [Student report]
Wiel, Iris van der \ 2018
The making of Negeri Laskar Pelangi (The Land of Rainbow Troops) film tourism as placemaking in Indonesia [Student report]
Boronnia, Arni Dewi \ 2018
Performing innovation or innovation’s performance? : an explorative case study of the relationality of innovation [Student report]
Heiningen, Joost van \ 2018
Measuring emotional labour in the cruise ship industry: the influence of the individual and organizational characteristics [Student report]
Sina, Muhammad Ibnu \ 2018
Discovering Halal tourism: the preference of Devout Muslim tourists and the response of tourism entrepreneurs catering to Sharia-Compliance Needs : a case study of Granada, Andalucía, Spain [Student report]
Purwandani, Intan \ 2018
Tourism and leisure behaviour in an ageing world [Monograph]
Patterson, Ian Robert \ 2018
Older people Recreation - Older people Travel - Tourism Management - Tourism Planning
Waves are sleeping : surf tourism and human-waves relationship in Siberut, Mentawai Islands [Student report]
Pakan, Sarani Pitor \ 2018
Report on China's cruise industry [Monograph]
Wang, Hong \ 2018
Tourism China - Cruise lines - Tourism

The book contains 12 contributions that explain the current state of China’s cruise industry and future development. Dating from the 1960s and with the rapid development of over 50 years, the modern cruise industry has developed into one of the fastest growing industries with the most remarkable economic benefits in the global tourism and hospitality industry, known as a “golden industry on the golden waterway”. In recent years, with the gradual saturation of international cruise market and the eastward-moving trend of the center of cruise market, China has become a strategic emerging market with which international cruise lines have been competing. A number of international cruise lines, including Costa Crociere, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Princess Cruises, MSC Cruises, Star Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and Dream Cruises, have entered the cruise market in Mainland China. .

The Palgrave handbook of dark tourism studies [Monograph]
Stone, Philip R.. \ Hartmann, Rudi \ Seaton, A. V.. \ Sharpley, Richard \ White, Leanne \ 2018
Dark tourism

This handbook is the definitive reference text for the study of "dark tourism", the contemporary commodification of death within international visitor economies. Shining a light on dark tourism and visitor sites of death or disaster allows us to better understand issues of global tourism mobilities, tourist experiences, the co-creation of touristic meaning, and "difficult heritage" processes and practices. Adopting multidisciplinary perspectives from authors representing every continent, the book combines "real-world" viewpoints from both industry and the media with conceptual underpinning, and offers comprehensive and grounded perspectives of "heritage that hurts". The handbook adopts a progressive and thematic approach, including critical accounts of dark tourism history, dark tourism philosophy and theory, dark tourism in society and culture, dark tourism and heritage landscapes, the "dark tourist" experience, and the business of dark tourism. 0.

The impact of climate change on our life : the questions of sustainability [Monograph]
Omran, Abdelnaser \ Schwarz-Herion, Odile \ 2018
Climatic changes Social aspects

This book introduces the highly topical issue from many different angles, sensitizing readers to the various challenges to human life posed by climate change, identifying possible intentional and inadvertent anthropogenic factors and consequences, and seeking socially and environmentally viable solutions. The book begins by examining the impact of the climate change discussion on science, politics, economy and culture – from its historical origin in the first Club of Rome Report and its inclusion in the UN's SDGs to the Paris Agreement and beyond. Comprising 12 chapters, it analyses the factors which caused the catastrophic 2014 Kelantan flood in Malaysia, focusing on the Kuala Krai district and discusses mud architecture in Wadi Hadramout, Yemen and mitigating the expected effects of climate change on this unique architecture and cultural heritage. It also examines the economic costs of climate change on health and the increased burden on individual expenditures and national health systems. The role of climate change in the water-energy nexus and efforts to increase efficiency in energy and water end-use to increase Queensland’s agricultural sector’s resilience in Australia is addressed, as is water security and climate change issues in developing countries and the potential of partnership procurement strategies for managing sustainable urban water supply in Nigerian cities. It also includes a chapter offering a new approach to waste management, exploring to what extent waste can complicate our daily actions and influence environmental decay, and recommending that renewable materials be sorted and separated from other types of materials to avoid cross-contamination, to increase the value of the materials, and to ease the process of manufacturing. Subsequent chapters identify factors sustaining the municipal solid waste management and practices in Ajdabiya city in Libya, and look at accounting disclosure remedies by exploring areas in which sustainability reporting could expand beyond corporate environmental reporting to additional disclosures, curbing recklessness in pursuing merely economic goals. The book shows – from the perspective of agriculture – how human activities can increase the negative impacts of climate change on lifestyle in Malaysia, suggesting alternative lifestyles and encouraging international cooperative efforts. The last chapters evaluate the impacts of various environmental factors on the local tourism sector in Pakistan, and discuss strategies to tackle climate change, focusing on the opportunities and risks of climate engineering. Since these risks encompass inadvertent negative effects and targeted abuse for covert weather warfare and terrorism that violate the UN’s ENMOD convention, the author recommends viable alternatives to deal with climate change.

Emerging urban spaces : a planetary perspective [Monograph]
Horn, Philipp \ Alençon, Paola Alfaro d' \ Cardoso, Ana Claudia Duarte \ 2018

"This edited collection critically discusses the relevance of, and the potential for identifying conceptual common ground between dominant urban theory projects – namely Neo-Marxian accounts on planetary urbanization and alternative ‘Southern’ post-colonial and post-structuralist projects. Its main objective is to combine different urban knowledge to support and inspire an integrative research approach and a conceptual vocabulary which allows understanding the complex characteristics of diverse emerging urban spaces. Drawing on in-depth case study material from across the world, the different chapters in this volume disentangle planetary urbanization and apply it as a research framework to the context-specific challenges faced by many `ordinary' urban settings. In addition, through their focus on both Northern- and Southern urban spaces, this edited collection creates a truly global perspective on crucial practice-relevant topics such as the co-production of urban spaces, the ‘right to diversity’ and the ‘right to the urban’ in particular local settings."--

Sustainable energy mix in fragile environments : frameworks and perspectives [Monograph]
Tyler, Mary-Ellen \ 2018
Renewable energy sources Galapagos Islands - Sustainable development Galapagos Islands - Energy development - Renewable energy sources - Sustainable development

The purpose of this book is to present a range of cases and comparison of the issues, insights and cases emerging from the Sustainable Energy Mix Summit in the Galapagos that offer a better understanding of energy mix in fragile environments from a variety of International locations and contexts including the Galapagos. .

Destination Resilience : Challenges and Opportunities for Destination Management and Governance [Monograph] - First edition.
Innerhofer, Elisa \ Fontanari, Martin \ Pechlaner, Harald \ 2018
Sustainable tourism - Tourism Environmental aspects - Tourism Management

"The challenge of destination management is to track and understand trends on different levels, to consider socio-economic developments and to respond proactively by addressing the paradigms of sustainability and resilience. By examining tourism and travel trends in a wide range of regions, this book offers new insight into the impacts of economic, social and environmental changes on destination management, governance and development. Topics for discussion include advances and changes in technology, the global economy and governance as well as risk management and destinations' response to disruptions. Within a rapidly changing world, emphasis is given on resilient thinking and strategic management techniques in order to unlock the inner potential of destinations to respond and adapt positively to economic, environmental and social changes. This is valuable reading for tourism students and researchers, destination managers and policy makers."--Provided by publisher.

Sustainable luxury, entrepreneurship, and innovation [Monograph]
Gardetti, Miguel Ángel \ Muthu, Subramanian Senthilkannan \ 2018

This book highlights different roles in entrepreneurship and innovation, based on the act of setting up a new venture in the area of sustainable luxury and fashion, which also involves cognitive and motivational characteristics. It also discusses the fact that many sustainability-promoting innovations require substantial technological advances.

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