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Climate change response: a report to establish the knowledge required for a TIANZ response and policy formulation with the Government post Kyoto Protocol ratification
The Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand commissioned this report ‘as a definitive reference point for the Tourism sector with regard to its greenhouse gas emissions (CO₂) and the potential impacts on the sector, ...
Enhancing financial and economic yield in tourism: public sector: local government and regional yield report
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2007-11)
The programme “Enhancing Financial and Economic Yield in Tourism” has included a range of investigations into various dimensions of private sector yield of tourism businesses, as well as public sector yield of tourism at ...
Evaluating the business case for investment in the resilience of the tourism sector of small island developing states
(Lincoln University, 2013-02)
Over the last decade, a number of disasters severely affected tourist destinations. At the same time, the management of disasters has shifted from a reactive, top-down approach to a more inclusive approach that seeks to ...
The impact of climate variability on tourism businesses in Wanaka and Queenstown
(Lincoln University. Environment, Society and Design Division, 2010)
This report summarises the findings from 27 operator interviews in Wanaka and Queenstown (June 2010). The main goal of the interviews was to identify which climatic factors are relevant to the different kinds of tourism ...
An evaluation of the visitor action plan – Northland 2014
(Lincoln University, 2014-11-01)
Globally and nationally there is increasing interest in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and how it relates to tourists and their management. A variety of response frameworks have been developed (see for example Tourism ...
Tourism, the weather and future changes
Tourism often depends on the weather for participation, satisfaction, safety, and business viability. Climate models predict increasing temperatures, changing intensity and distribution of rainfall, decreased snowfall, and ...
Planning for climate, weather and other natural disasters: Tourism in Northland
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2011-04)
The weather is an important ingredient for tourism, but it is also a potential source of hazard, with natural disasters resulting from extreme events not being uncommon in New Zealand. Using the tourism sector in Northland ...
Enhancing financial and economic yield in tourism: dimensions and measurements of tourism yield
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre., 2007-11)
This discussion paper Dimensions of Tourism Yield represents the first in a series of papers that describe and refine various aspects of ‘tourism yield’ as currently manifesting in New Zealand. By way of background the ...
Impacts of oil prices on New Zealand tourism : an economic framework
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design., 2009-11)
Tourists' perception of international air travel's impact on the global climate and potential climate change policies
(Channel View Publications, 2007)
Tourism's increasing contribution to climate change, especially through the use of air travel, is now acknowledged. This study seeks to explore tourists' knowledge and awareness of aviation's impact on the climate, their ...