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Despite growing awareness of environmental issues related to tourism, the interface of tourism and energy use or climate change remains unexplored. However, tourism demands energy at various functions ranging from travel to catering, and the management of tourist attractions. Since a tourist's ...

Author(s)
Becken, S.; Simmons, D. G.; Frampton, C.
Publisher
Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2003, 24, 3, pp 267-277
Abstract

Although the economic impacts of climate change have been analysed in Australia at the national level, impacts of climate change via tourism activities have been overlooked. It is likely that the induced economic impact through tourism activities is much more than realised, particularly at the...

Author(s)
Tien Duc Pham; Simmons, D. G.; Spurr, R.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2010, 18, 3, pp 449-473
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Cover for The cost of getting there: impacts of travel to ecotourism destinations.

This chapter discusses energy use and carbon dioxide emissions associated with ecotourism. To date, most research has focused on the visible and direct effects of ecotourism activities, however, the analysis presented here suggests that far greater attention needs to be paid to the invisible...

Author(s)
Simmons, D. G.; Becken, S.
ISBN
2004 CABI Publishing (H ISBN 0851998100)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

This study analyses tourist attractions and activities in New Zealand with the purpose to understanding the energy use of different categories, sub-categories, and operator types. The results of a survey conducted in June-September 2000 across a wide range of tourism businesses (N=107) show that ...

Author(s)
Becken, S.; Simmons, D. G.
Publisher
Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2002, 23, 4, pp 343-354