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- The impact of climate change on the tourism sector in the Caribbean
- Climate Change and Its Impact on the Tourism Industry
- CLIMATE CHANGE AND TOURISM: AN ASSESSMENT OF KASENA NANKANA WEST AS A TOURISM DESTINATION
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The impact of climate change on the tourism sector in the Caribbean
This is the first comprehensive book-level examination of the relationship between tourism and climate change, of interest not only to students of tourism but to policy makers and the industry who will have to respond to the challenges posed. He has published widely on tourism, regional development, and environmental change. He is co-editor of the Journal of Sustainable Tourism. His research is situated in the broad field of tourism and global environmental change, which in recent years has focused on climate change, tourist behaviour and transitions to a low-carbon future. This text draws on a wealth of relevant contributors and explores the complex inter-relationships between tourism and climate change in a thoughtful, yet gratifyingly accessible manner. Climate change is arguably the most significant global environmental issue of this century.
Climate Change and Its Impact on the Tourism Industry
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Sookram Published Tourism is an important source of economic growth in the Caribbean and one of the most important industrial sectors for some countries in the subregion. The purpose of this study is to estimate the economic impact of climate change on the tourism sector in nine countries in the Caribbean Basin: Aruba, Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, the Netherlands Antilles, Saint Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago. Save to Library.
CLIMATE CHANGE AND TOURISM: AN ASSESSMENT OF KASENA NANKANA WEST AS A TOURISM DESTINATION
Liliane C. Tourism can be considered an economic sector highly sensitive to climate change and it contributes to the emission of greenhouse gases GHG , one of the causes of global warming.
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It presents an overview of the current science and policy of climate change, followed by self-guidance material on mitigation and adaptation, exploring tools, methods and techniques associated with the management of climate change in tourism. It also identifi es examples of good practice from which stakeholders might learn in order to develop their own capacities for implementing climate change strategies. Capacity building consists of three basic elements Alaerts et. This publication, coupled with a comprehensive international and regional seminar series is designed to provide a pragmatic platform to strengthen the capacity of professionals to understand and respond effectively to the global challenges of climate change in tourism destinations. The publication and the seminars focus on capacity building and practical adaptation and mitigation techniques, including tools and methods to address the problems and meet the challenges posed by climate change.
A typical tourism demand function, with tourist arrivals as the dependent variable, is used in the analysis. To establish the baseline, the period under analysis is and the independent variables are destination country GDP per capita and consumer price index, source country GDP, oil prices to proxy transportation costs between source and destination countries. At this preliminary stage the climate variables are used separately to augment the tourism demand function to establish a relationship, if any, among the variables.