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...tourism and hospitality industries.  Although CSR has remained a controversial concept, it is often linked to the principles of sustainability. The conference will, however, not only ...

... (University Rovira i Virgili) ----------------- Cruise tourism unfolds within fluid, dynamic and often intensely competitive environments. Set against other forms of tourism the cruise market...

... has gained importance in an increasingly globalized world where the regulatory power of governments is often limited. C(S)R in the tourism industry has already been the guiding theme at the 2006 BE...

...nbsp;       Ethics of care in intense but short-term relationships (as is often the case with teachers and students) ·       &nb...

...uptions to local ecosystems, societies and cultures, above all through the expansion of an industry that often exceeds local carrying capacity limits, supported through injections of capital by extern...

...ment.  Regional studies tend to portray either an urban or rural focus without acknowledging that often these spaces constitute joint governance structures, similar historical and cultural ...

... boaters, day trippers, etc. So, when we analyse the number of visitors in a touristic location, it is often difficult to distinguish between tourists stricto sensus, excursionists or permanent re...

...s, boaters, day trippers, etc. So, when we analyse the number of visitors in a touristic location, it is often difficult to distinguish between tourists stricto sensus, excursionists or permanent resi...

... pilgrimage is simply ‘a sub-type, or form, of tourism’, while Tidball (2004) fears that it may very often show the same characteristics of ‘transience, spectatorship, non-engagement with the lo...

...violent encounters that result in casualties and damage to infrastruc­ture, housing and the environment. Often, traumatic experiences brought about by these become the subject of commemorations that c...

... and lagoons and crossed by canals lined by Moliceiro, traditional boats painted with bright colours and often ingenious decorations. The city has a rich mix of heritage and modern buildings, and nume...

...een World heritage and tourism. CALL FOR PAPERS The inscription of sites on the World Heritage list is often part of local development strategies aiming to increase international tourist arrivals an...

...ly greater freedom to research beyond the borders of conventional morality, leisure experiences have often been shunned as areas of study. The result is that many morally ‘questionable’ leisure ...

14. International LAB on the Future of Tourism
(News & Newsfeeds/Latest)
...is park has been nominated for UNESCO world heritage. The nearby coast offers quiet beaches, often hidden in small rocky coves, and the Cap de Creus Natural Park. In the nearby...

...nge on polar environments are only two reasons for the increasing awareness directed towards polar areas often focusing the regions’ ecological vulnerability. These changes are intertwined with issue...

16. CESifo World Economic Survey
(World: Tourism Strategies/World / United Nations)
...aisals and expectations of economic experts. Whereas the official statistics on the international level often appear after considerable delays, the WES results are timely and internationally compara...

...vantage of moderate climates that attracted tourists and seasoners. Besides nature low mountain regions often have cultural heritage as potential attractor for tourism; e.g. related to local cuisine...

...s: In recent decades tourism has occupied an increasing schizophrenic position in regional development: often sidelined by manufacturing or knowledge-oriented activities, occasionally seen as the gr...

...a, antiquarian interest, search for roots, pilgrimage etc. Moreover, the intangible cultural heritage is often repackaged and converted to suit the needs and the tastes of tourists. Yet, as places a...

...r, the relationships between film, television and tourism are not fully understood and film tourism has often developed in an ad-hoc, unplanned and opportunistic way. As core components of the ‘c...

21. Barbados: Linking development, indigenous entrepreneurship and Tourism
(Indigenous Tourism/CARIBBEAN ISLANDS - Indigenous Tourism)
...opment strategy as substantial portions of the economic benefits remain in the metropolitan core or are often repatriated. It is commonly acknowledged that entrepreneurship is a key element in the d...

22. Indigenous Tourism Rights International: “Rethinking Tourism Certification”
(Indigenous Tourism/Global Indigenous Tourism Information)
...nities. Participants with experience in non-tourism certified markets noted that certification often requires training, high costs and burdensome administrative procedures to maintain certi...

23. CfP: VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM
(Conferences/Past Conferences)
...s of information towards active providers of electronic content. The set of interactive Web technologies often referred to as the "Web 2.0" accelerates this transition by bringing together users of si...

24. Global Codes of Ethics for Tourism
(Tourism & Environment/TF: Sustainable Tourism)
...nd island territories and to vulnerable rural or mountain regions, for which tourism often represents a rare opportunity for development in the face of the decl...

25. Dark Tourism Site in Europe [by qultures.com]
(Tourism Sociology/The Dark Tourism Phenomenon)
...bably a combination of reverence, voyeurism and coming close to torment and death in a society where we often are overly protected or far removen from human mortality.  Experts warn that it’s ...

... The relationships between heritage and tourism experts are not entirely unproblematic and more often than not tainted with mutual skepticism. Representing different communities ...

27. TF & Carbon Offsetting
(Tourism & Environment/TF: Sustainable Tourism)
...ing is mostly in a strict formal and legal framework, carbon offsets generally refer to voluntary acts, often arranged by a commercial carbon offset provider. A wide variety of offset methods ar...

28. Plan B Budget for Restoring the Earth
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...toring the earth will take an enormous international effort, one even larger and more demanding than the often-cited Marshall Plan that helped rebuild war-torn Europe and Japan. And such an initiative...

29. Smart Growth or Preserving Farmland
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... This is a long-term objective. Community need typically responds to shorter-term land use deficiencies, often based on historical, often exceedingly inefficient, development patterns that do not acco...

30. Commons committee shocked by childhood obesity
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
...mmendations include a legislated ban on trans fat ? the industrially produced unsaturated fat found most often in baked or fried foods as trans fats have been shown both to elevate ?bad? cholesterol a...

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