Responding to climate change : tourism initiatives in Asia and the Pacific. -- Madrid
Clasificación: G 156.5 .E58 R434 2014 | Agregado: 09/10/2018
235 p.; 29 cm.
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Contenido: Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Tourism responses to climate change in Asia and the Pacific: an introduction -- Tourism and climate change: an international overview -- Climate change and tourism in Asia: a review -- Pacific tourism building resilience and adaptive capacity to climate change -- Climate change and tourism policy in Asia and the Pacific: a review of some Asian Pacific UNWTO member states -- Air travel, emissions, and tourism growth in the Asia and the Pacific region -- Tourism vulnerability, resilience, and adaptation to climate change in China -- Twenty-five years of Australian federal climate change policy: implications for tourism -- Climate change and tourism: Bangladesh s adaptation measures -- Tourism as a sustainable livelihood option: a case of climate change adaptation in Nepal -- The potential for Cambodia to climate-proof its tourism sector -- Climate change and tourism development in Viet Nam -- Climate change adaptation for regional tourism destinations: a case study of Victoria s Surf Coast region -- All-year-round tourism in Alpine ski resorts: the Australian ski industry s response to climate change -- Here today, gone tomorrow? Cultural and religious embeddedness of climate change risk perception -- Events and climate change: an Asia and the Pacific perspective -- Climate change eco-actions by tourism enterprises in Queensland, Australia -- Climate change as a major crisis event: implications for a tropical nature based destination -- Conclusions and recommendations.