Enjoy them while you can? The ecotourism challenge facing Australia’s favourite islands
Has tourism had its day?
The “war over tourism”: challenges to sustainable tourism in the tourism academy after COVID-19
From Kangaroo Island to the Great Barrier Reef, the paradox that is luxury ecotourism
Degrowth in Tourism – El Decrecimiento en el Turismo
Sustainable Tourism Development
Misbehaving tourists – Around the world tourism numbers are increasing. This can bring many benefits to communities but it can also cause resentment, especially when tourists behave badly. Freya Higgins-Desbiolles explains what some of this bad behavior is and why it needs to stop.
Mornings, 28 May 2019, starting at 1:09:00
1:12:30 Tourists don’t know the impact they have on the places they are visiting
1:14:00 * Tourists are changing
1:15:00 Is this a conversation we’re seeing more?
1:15:30 Redesign so that local communities are at the forefront
1:17:00 Seeds in Venice and Amsterdam (Fair B&B)
“An important key to sustainability that many destination management organisations are realising is that people-to-people connections lead to repeat visitation, which is a pathway to sustainability.”
‘Untourist’ movement shuns global, mass tourism over local, unique and sustainable ventures
What is tourism for, if not to make the lives of the locals better?! That is why I argue to redefine tourism through a focus on the local community. Not the tourists and not the tourism industry, but the locals.