Discover sustainable tourism around the world

The importance of sustainability in tourism is ever increasing. To help you explore quality research on sustainable tourism around the world, we’ve collated the following articles. Subjects include volunteer tourism, sustainable development, ecotourism, climate change, green tourism, and tourism education. Simply click on the articles of interest below.

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Africa

The effectiveness of implementing eco initiatives to recycle water and food waste in selected Cape Town hotels
International Journal of Hospitality Management

Arctic

Responsibility in tourism: A discursive analysis
Annals of Tourism Research

Asia

Tourism and the Chinese Dream: Framework for engagement
Annals of Tourism Research

VOLUNTEER TOURISM: A HOST COMMUNITY CAPITAL PERSPECTIVE
Annals of Tourism Research

Touring responsibility: The trouble with ‘going local’ in community-based tourism in Thailand
Geoforum

Managing green marketing: Hong Kong hotel managers’ perspective
International Journal of Hospitality Management

Conference Report: The Best Education Network Think Tank XIII: Engaging Communities in Sustainable Tourism Development, Taylors University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2013
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education

Modelling attitudes to nature, tourism and sustainable development in national parks: A survey of visitors in China and the UK
Tourism Management

Australasia

Exploring sustainable tourism education in business schools: The honours program
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Central America

Mr. Richie and the tourists
Emotion, Space and Society

Does Tourism Eco-Certification Pay? Costa Rica’s Blue Flag Program
World Development

Europe

Cultural heritage, tourism and regional competitiveness: The Motor Valley cluster
City, Culture and Society

Local communities and protected areas: The mediating role of place attachment for pro-environmental civic engagement
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism

Wilderness tourism and the moralities of commitment: Hunting and angling as modes of engaging with the natures and animals of rural landscapes in Norway
Journal of Rural Studies

Politics and sustainable tourism: The case of Cyprus
Tourism Management

The Cittaslow philosophy in the context of sustainable tourism development; the case of Turkey
Tourism Management

Valuing tourism demand attributes to guide climate change adaptation measures efficiently: The case of the Spanish domestic travel market
Tourism Management

Global

Volunteer tourism and the popular humanitarian gaze
Geoforum

Resolving the conflicts of sustainable world heritage landscapes in cities: Fully open or limited access for visitors?
Habitat International

United Kingdom

Maintaining sustainable island destinations in Scotland: The role of the transport–tourism relationship
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management

The Benefits and Challenges of Sustainable Tourism Certification: A Case Study of the Green Tourism Business Scheme in the West of England
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Pilot Study to Assess the Readiness of the Tourism Industry in Wales to Change to Sustainable Tourism Business Practices
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Hospitality students’ perceptions of digital tools for learning and sustainable development
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education

USA

Solving labor problems and building capacity in sustainable agriculture through volunteer tourism
Annals of Tourism Research

Vehicle electrification: On the “green” road to destination sustainability
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management

Structural relationships between environmental attitudes, recreation motivations, and environmentally responsible behaviors
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism

Sustainable dive tourism: Social and environmental impacts — The case of Roatan, Honduras
Tourism Management Perspectives