This book discusses the tourism-climate system and provides a sound
basis for those interested in tourism management and climate change
mitigation, adaptation and policy. In the first three chapters, the
book provides a general overview of the relationships between
tourism and climate change and illustrates the complexity in four
case studies that are relevant to the wide audience of tourism
stakeholders. In the following seven chapters detailed discussion
of the tourism and climate systems, greenhouse gas accounting for
tourism, mitigation, climate risk management and comprehensive
tourism-climate policies are provided. This book compiles and
critically analyses the latest knowledge in this field of research
and seeks to make it accessible to tourism practitioners and other
stakeholders involved in tourism or climate change.
Channel View Publications
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||Climate Change, Economies and Society - Leadership and Innovation
• John E. Hay
||Electronic book text
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