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Title: Climate change response: a report to establish the knowledge required for a TIANZ response and policy formulation with the Government post Kyoto Protocol ratification.
Author: Turney, I.
Becken, Susanne
Butcher, G.
Patterson, M.
Hart, P.
Simmons, David G.
Date: 2002
Citation: Turney, I., Becken, S., Butcher, G., Patterson, M., Hart. P. & Simmons, D. (2002). Climate change response. A report to establish the knowledge required for a TIANZ response and policy formulation with the Government post Kyoto Protocol ratification.
Item Type: Monograph
Abstract: 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, in order to establish the underpinning knowledge required for a subsequent TIANZ response and policy formulation with the Government post the Kyoto Protocol ratification’. The value of the tourism sector, in terms of GDP and employment is self-evident but there is also growing awareness of the New Zealand environment by the international market which is critical to New Zealand’s future prosperity. Both the tourism sector and the Government recognise the importance of the ‘state of New Zealand’s environment’ and the need to genuinely sustain the image of ‘100% Pure New Zealand’, as it is implicitly linked to maintaining credibility and growth in a highly competitive market.
Persistent URL (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10182/4178
Rights: Copyright © The Author
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