Mr Yoshi Abe1, Dr Tod Jones2 1William Angliss Institute, Melbourne, Australia, 2Curtin University, Perth, Australia   This research applies the theoretical framework of evolutionary economic geography (EEG) to look at how tourism attractions evolve in remote regions where cultural traditions...
  • May 8, 2019
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Ms Quynh Pham1 1Guss, Rmit University, Melbourne, Australia   This study investigates stakeholders’ experiences of landscape change in the peri-urban region of Hai Phong City, Vietnam. Agriculture in this region is being replaced in some areas by leisure-based consumption in...
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Dr Bhanwar Vishvendra Raj Singh1 1Department Of Geography, Faculty Of Earth Sciences, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, India, Udaipur, India   Sustainable Tiger Tourism can lead to the better social and natural inclusion of society. We, know, climate change has been...
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Mr Zhikang Wang1 1Department of Geography, University Of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong   A gap usually exists between global norms of the tourism industry and local particularities at the toured places. While various researches have examined implications of...
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Dr Benjamin Iaquinto1 1Department Of Geography, University Of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, China   Tourism is a major contributor to climate change as it is responsible for 8% of global carbon emissions. Yet tourism is also considered one of the industries...
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