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Realising the potential of sustainable tourism
By: Jeremy Smith, Travindy, UK
December 2017 | Paperback | 124 Pages | 9781786394194
December 2017 | ePDF 9781786394200 | ePub 9781786394217
Series : CABI Concise
£17.99 | €25.00 | $30.00
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DescriptionTransforming Travel combines stories from leading companies, interviews with pioneers and thinkers, along with thorough analysis of the industry's potential to make lasting, positive change.
- A unique collection of case studies and stories of the most successful, inspirational, impactful and innovative travel businesses in the world.
- A vital presentation of the latest research and statistics on the positive impacts and potential of transformative, sustainable tourism,
- A positive and realistic vision of the scope of tourism to promote sustainable development at a time when travel and interaction with foreign cultures is facing numerous existential challenges.
Written in a highly engaging style Transforming Travel presents an urgent argument for transforming tourism so it might reach its potential to promote tolerance, restore communities and regenerate habitats, while providing a vital guide for anyone looking to develop the successful sustainable tourism enterprises and destinations needed to do so.
Table of contents
- 1: Introduction
- 2: The Transformative Hotel
- 3: Transforming Travel Experiences
- 4: Transforming Places
- 5: Transforming Transport
- 6: Transforming Communication
- 7: Conclusion: Transforming Tourism
- 8: Further Reading
ReadershipSuitable for tourism practitioners, students, destination managers and policy makers.
Transforming Travel is superb, touching, fresh and thought-provoking. If you believe in the possibility of improving our world through travel, it is a must read. - Kelley Louise, Impact Travel Alliance - Kelley Louise, Impact Travel Alliance
A fresh and optimistic agenda setting book for sustainable tourism. Innovative and full of inspiring examples. - Xavier Font, University of Surrey, UK - Xavier Font, University of Surrey, UK
"Instead of dwelling on things that make tourism unsustainable, this book takes a divergent approach from its predecessors. It features inspiring, innovative and fresh ideas that make tourism more beneficial for its stakeholders. [...] This concise book is full of inspiration, optimism and hope for creating a more sustainable tourism industry.[...] The author has demonstrated his journalistic background with a compelling writing style, illustrating and supporting his assertions with relevant examples and impactful quotes." - Richard S. Aquino, Auckland University of Technology, Journal of Ecotourism, April 2018 - Richard S. Aquino
is a sustainable tourism writer, editor and communication strategist. He is editor and co-founder of the sustainable tourism communications consultancy Travindy and editor of Travindy.com, the first tourism industry news site to focus solely on sustainable tourism and the associated issues confronting the sector.
He writes a fortnightly blog for World Travel Market on responsible tourism, and is part of their core team developing the annual programme for World Responsible Tourism Day. He also writes World Travel and Tourism Council’s monthly sustainable tourism newsletter.
He co-wrote, with Richard Hammond of Greentraveller – Clean Breaks – 500 New Ways to See the World (Rough Guides, 2009). It was Rough Guides first (and only) guidebook dedicated to the best in sustainable tourism worldwide, selling over 30,000 copies.
Responsible Tourism clients for whom he has provided communication services including copywriting, website design and communications strategy include Visit Finland, TUI, the Travel Foundation, South Downs National Park, the State of Gujarat, The Blue Yonder, PATA, Secret Bay, Fort Young Hotel, Fair Travel, Responsible Tourism Partnership, Ethical Travel Partnership, WWF and more.
He has written for various travel publications, including TTG, Getaway, Green Hotelier, Greentraveller and Conservation Africa.
Before specialising in sustainable tourism, he was editor of The Ecologist magazine, the world’s longest running environmental publication, where he worked from 2001-2007.
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