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Progress in Responsible Tourism [electronic resource] : Volume 1, Issue 2

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer fileSeries: Progress in Responsible TourismPublication details: Oxford : Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781908999276
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Progress in Responsible Tourism : Volume 1, Issue 2DDC classification:
  • 306.4812
LOC classification:
  • G155.A1 .G384 2012
Online resources:
Contents:
Green Growth and Travelism: A New Paradigm; Editorial; Geoffrey Lipman, Terry DeLacy, Shaun Vorster, Rebecca Hawkins and Min Jiang; Promises and Progress: International Benchmarking on Sustainable Tourism; Hermione Nevill, International Finance Corporation and ICRT Alumni; _GoBack; Positive Connectedness: Encouraging Pro-Environmental Behaviour Change in Responsible Accommodation; Christopher Warren, Director, International Centre for Responsible Tourism - Australia; Practitioner Papers; Sustainable Tourism - Achieving the Vision through Team Effort; ABTA Destinations and Sustainability Team
Corporate Responsibility at Kuoni: ten years of progressSabine Loetscher-Ehrler, Matthias Leisinger; Tourcert: Certification for Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism; Ilyta LaCombe, consultant at KATE e.V.; Work in Progress - Notes from the Field; The Unsustainability Of Sustainable Tourism; Dr Xavier Font, Leeds Metropolitan University and the International Centre for Responsible Tourism; Thomas Cook and Travelife; Ruth Holroyd, Group Head of Sustainability at Thomas Cook; Destinations of Excellence - the Thomas Cook Group
Jo Baddeley, Sustainable Destinations Manager, Thomas Cook UK & IrelandTourism - the Next Big Thing in Fairtrade? Notes from Southern Africa; Jennifer Seif, Executive Director: Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) and Non Executive Director: Fairtrade Label South Africa (FLSA).
Summary: Records and debates the progress which is being made in the UK and around the world in the implementation of the Cape Town Declaration and its aspiration to see the development of more responsible forms of tourism. Written by leading thinkers and academics in the field they provide flexible, current and topical information as an instant download.
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Green Growth and Travelism: A New Paradigm; Editorial; Geoffrey Lipman, Terry DeLacy, Shaun Vorster, Rebecca Hawkins and Min Jiang; Promises and Progress: International Benchmarking on Sustainable Tourism; Hermione Nevill, International Finance Corporation and ICRT Alumni; _GoBack; Positive Connectedness: Encouraging Pro-Environmental Behaviour Change in Responsible Accommodation; Christopher Warren, Director, International Centre for Responsible Tourism - Australia; Practitioner Papers; Sustainable Tourism - Achieving the Vision through Team Effort; ABTA Destinations and Sustainability Team

Corporate Responsibility at Kuoni: ten years of progressSabine Loetscher-Ehrler, Matthias Leisinger; Tourcert: Certification for Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism; Ilyta LaCombe, consultant at KATE e.V.; Work in Progress - Notes from the Field; The Unsustainability Of Sustainable Tourism; Dr Xavier Font, Leeds Metropolitan University and the International Centre for Responsible Tourism; Thomas Cook and Travelife; Ruth Holroyd, Group Head of Sustainability at Thomas Cook; Destinations of Excellence - the Thomas Cook Group

Jo Baddeley, Sustainable Destinations Manager, Thomas Cook UK & IrelandTourism - the Next Big Thing in Fairtrade? Notes from Southern Africa; Jennifer Seif, Executive Director: Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) and Non Executive Director: Fairtrade Label South Africa (FLSA).

Records and debates the progress which is being made in the UK and around the world in the implementation of the Cape Town Declaration and its aspiration to see the development of more responsible forms of tourism. Written by leading thinkers and academics in the field they provide flexible, current and topical information as an instant download.