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 from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington, and Professor Susanne Becken from Griffith University where they discussed what a sustainable future for New Zealand tourism might look like post COVID-19.
- Post author:Sustainability and Resilience Institute New Zealand
- Post published:27 May 2020
- Post category:Awareness / Climate Change / COVID-19 / Environment / New Zealand / Planning / Policy / Research / Resilience / Sustainability / Tourism
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