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He Poua Rangithe Climate Change Commission_Ināia Tonu Nei: a low emissions future for Aotearoa

Aotearoa has committed to reaching net zero emissions of long-lived greenhouse gases by 2050, and to reducing biogenic methane emissions between 24-47% by 2050. In delivering this advice, He Pou…

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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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We Declare a Climate Emergency

We’ve signed up to Tourism Declares, an initiative that supports tourism businesses, organisations and individuals in declaring a climate emergency and taking purposeful action to reduce their carbon emissions as per the…

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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!

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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Read more about the article 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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Call for Papers: Journal of Sustainability and Resilience

Special Issue of the Journal of Sustainability and Resilience (ISSN: 2744-3620) Theme: Is Regenerative Tourism the Future of Tourism? Regenerative tourism understands that visitors and destinations are part of a…

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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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Read more about the article Does New Zealand have too much tourism?
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Does New Zealand have too much tourism?

Associate Professor Ian Yeoman, Head of the Tourism Management Group at Victoria University Wellington, suggests ways to ensure the country's number one export industry continues to be successful, but in…

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Tourism 2025 & Beyond

A Sustainable Growth FrameworkKaupapa Whakapakari Tāpoi Our Vision Growing a sustainable tourism industry that benefits New Zealanders Tourism 2025 & Beyond provides a clear pathway towards a sustainable tourism industry…

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Tourism satellite account: 2019

The tourism satellite account provides a picture of the role tourism plays in New Zealand, with information on the changing levels and impact of tourism activity. Key provisional estimates  Key…

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Read more about the article Insanity? Markets continue disconnect from economy and society
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Insanity? Markets continue disconnect from economy and society

By Kurt Cobb, originally published by Resource Insights It’s hard to ignore the protests on the streets of the world’s cities of late. Those protests are coming from a populace…

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Read more about the article Will Civilization’s Response to COVID-19 Lead to a More Sustainable, Equitable World?
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Will Civilization’s Response to COVID-19 Lead to a More Sustainable, Equitable World?

By Robert P. Brooks, originally published by Resilience.org What better time to shift our thinking and actions away from a hyperconsumptive, inequality-widening, environmentally-detrimental era than the 50th anniversary of Earth…

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SUSTAINABLE SUMMITS 2020: A POST COVID19 VIEW FROM THE TOP

In light of the recent Global Health Concerns, the SS 2020 which was scheduled for June 1-5 2020 had to be postponed until further notice. This video has a compilation…

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Read more about the article Webinar: A sustainable future for New Zealand tourism post COVID-19
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Webinar: A sustainable future for New Zealand tourism post COVID-19

In May 2020, Associate Professor Christian Schott from the Wellington School of Business and Government hosted a fascinating discussion with Professor James Higham from Otago Business School, Professor James Renwick…

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Read more about the article COVID-19, Sustainability, Resilience and Sustainable Development Goals
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COVID-19, Sustainability, Resilience and Sustainable Development Goals

Covid-19 has clearly shown us that we live in a global community where issues and concerns faced by human society are shared. National and international forums address concerns beyond local,…

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Read more about the article Restore land to save the planet, boost the economy, says head of UN body combating desertification
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Restore land to save the planet, boost the economy, says head of UN body combating desertification

UN News/Daniel DickinsonClimate change and the unsustainable use of land has contributed to desertification in the north-east of Cameroon. (January 2019)    6 September 2019Climate Change Investing in land restoration could not only…

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Tourist industry New Zealand

by Margaret McClure. Originally published in Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand Tourism is a major industry in New Zealand, employing nearly 10% of the workforce. The country’s…

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