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The Future of Winter Tourism 2017, Rovaniemi, Finnland, 03.-05.04.2017
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Written by Joachim Willms [Managing Director]   

THE FUTURE OF WINTER TOURISM

April 3 - April 5 2017, Rovaniemi, Finland

Future of Winter Tourism 2017

Hosted and organized by
University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland



Deadline for submitting completed draft papers is December 20, 2016.

Authors will be notified regarding acceptance or rejection by January 15, 2017


THE PROGRAMME

In the Nordic countries, the main travel motivation of winter tourists is snow-based winter sport activities in “Winter Wonderland". More recently, however, snow based winter tourism is under pressure from many directions. Downhill skiing has entered a phase of stagnation in many countries. The typical downhill skiing tourist has become older. Generally, there is a change in leisure preferences towards city tourism or other types of snow-based activities such as snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing and ski mountaineering and backcountry skiing. Global warming also threatens traditional winter resorts, especially in low elevation and low latitude areas. Because of the latter, but despite the former, there are still heavy investments in snow-making facilities since managers live in the hope that if there is snow there are customers. What does research say about this? Despite the growing literature, still little is known about climate change impacts, vulnerability and the role and effects of adaptation and mitigation measures.

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The Arctic in World Affairs: A North Pacific Dialogue on the Arctic in the Wider World - eBook
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Written by Joachim Willms [Managing Director]   
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A JOINT PUBLICATION OF THE KOREA MARITIME INSTITUTE AND THE EAST-WEST CENTER


KMI/EWC series on The Arctic in World Affairs
(Busan, Republic of Korea: Korea Maritime Institute; Honolulu: East-West Center, December 2015); xvi, 452 pp.


The Arctic in World Affairs: A North Pacific Dialogue on the Arctic in the Wider World addresses six major themes: the U.S. Arctic Council chairmanship program; policy implications of climate change for the nations with Arctic interests; implementation of the polar code; the impacts of shifting world energy markets on Arctic resource development; stewardship of the Arctic Ocean, and healthy communities in the Arctic. Bringing together the contributions of experts from the three North Pacific Arctic coastal states (Canada, Russia, and the United States) and three leading North Pacific non-Arctic states (China, Japan, and Korea), the book goes beyond generalities to identify and evaluate the effectiveness of innovative measures that will contribute to maintaining the Arctic as a zone of peace and promoting sustainable development in the region.

On the U.S. Arctic Council chairmanship program, the book outlines steps already taken by the U.S. as well as plans for continuing progress. It introduces key thematic areas: healthy Arctic communities, Arctic climate change, and Arctic Ocean stewardship.


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4th Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places, Corfu. Greece, 24.-27-04.2017
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4th Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places
24-27 April 2017


Let me share this update: The deadline for submission of 1000 word abstracts to the 4th Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places has been extended to 19th December 2016, which is only 4 weeks away. If you have not yet submitted your abstract, here are 5 reasons to do so, and visit Corfu next April.

#1 The Symposium is organised by the Institute of Place Management
The 4th Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places to be held on the beautiful Greek island of Corfu between 24
th–27th April 2017 will be organised by the Institute of Place Management, and have the full backing of the IPM’s Responsible Tourism Special Interest Group. Formed in 2006, the Institute of Place Management is the international professional body that supports people committed to developing, managing and making places better. Symposium delegates who are already IPM members will be eligible for a significantly reduced registration rate. IPM members have access to a range of benefits including online access to the Journal of Place Management and Development, access to IPM online resources, regular updates from the Institute, and member discounts for our events. See the IPM website for the various levels of IPM membership.

#2 You can create and demonstrate real impact from your research
Since its inception in 2013, the Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places has focused on developing strong links between academics and practitioners. Outputs from our past events include articles published in high quality international journals, chapters in edited textbooks, international research collaborations, and funded projects led by our academic delegates that have and will continue to make a real impact on real places. Our strengthened links with the Institute of Place Management will ensure that this impact continues in 2017 and beyond. The IPM is part of Manchester Metropolitan University, and has supported the Symposium each year. Key to the IPM’s involvement has always been a multi-disciplinary approach to the subject of managing and marketing places, and a focus on the relevance of academic enquiry in to these issues to practice. 

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