Call for Papers: Journal of Sustainability and Resilience

Saving tourism from the abyss: The outlook of post-covid tourism recovery Objective The call for a responsible tourism recovery is increasingly commendable amid a global pandemic. The tourism industry has…

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Realising tourism’s power as a recovery tool
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Realising tourism’s power as a recovery tool

This article was originally published by The Global Governance Project Author: Zurab Pololikashvili Private and public sector coordination will be essential for restoring confidence in travel, which will in turn…

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Is Regenerative Tourism the Future of Tourism?

The special issue of the Journal of Sustainability and Resilience (ISSN: 2744-3620) argues that the world needs a positive psychology movement to ensure a deeper understanding of the tourism industry…

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A future of tourism industry: conscious travel, destination recovery and regenerative tourism

By Asif Hussain Abstract: The tourism industry is a complex network of millions of suppliers and consumers who trade experiences and services. The traditional tourism model revolves around increasing the…

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The Most Important Thing, The People!
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The Most Important Thing, The People!

By Marie Haley Abstract: This paper looks at indigenous concepts from New Zealand Maori and American Indians that offer philosophy for long term resilience and human-centred decision making. For true…

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Thoughts on how New Zealand could progress as a more regenerative tourism host
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Thoughts on how New Zealand could progress as a more regenerative tourism host

By Stephen Bradley Abstract: New Zealand has a chance to reset the way we view and manage tourism. We must take this chance to make some changes that will ensure…

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Volunteer Sign-up: Lockdown Economy

On behalf of Sustainability and Resilience Institute New Zealand and the global think tank for Sustainable Development AlterContacts, I would like to invite students and professional to come forward and…

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Sir Jack Newman Award 2020 presented to Prof Emeritus David Simmons

Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) Press Release Tourism’s most prestigious individual honour, the Sir Jack Newman Award, has been presented to a university academic for the first time.The winner of the…

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Has your business been affected by COVID-19? WE CAN HELP! Tourism and marketing advice to make your business sustainable and resilient. Research | Rebranding | MarketingOnline Marketing ServicesWeb design &…

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Tourism the long haul ahead – New Zealand. Observations from Prof Emeritus David Simmons
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Tourism the long haul ahead – New Zealand. Observations from Prof Emeritus David Simmons

A wonderful observation by Prof Emeritus David Simmons on the future of New Zealand tourism and post-COVID-19 tourism recovery. New Zealand is expecting border closure for a substantial time period.…

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The coronavirus survival challenge for NZ tourism: affordability and sustainability
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The coronavirus survival challenge for NZ tourism: affordability and sustainability

Originality published by Stuff By Sabrina Seeler, Nord University and Michael Lueck, Auckland University of Technology OPINION: With no international flights arriving for the foreseeable future, there is little doubt…

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