Special Issue "Tourism's Resilience in the Context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 7607
Interests: tourism; travel geography; tourism geography; hospitality; social geography; physical geography; earth sciences; economics; environmentalism; regional studies and sciences; regional development; sustainability; circlular economy; multi-; trans- and interdisciplinary fields
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Special Issue in Sustainability: Think Tank in Tourism, Hospitality, Culture and Heritage: Towards Creativity and Innovation
Topical Collection in Sustainability: Tourism Research and Regional Sciences
Interests: measuring the sustainability of tourism; tourism statistics; tourism satellite accounts (TSAs); tourism market research; tourism industry research; aviation and tourism research
Interests: regional planning; tourism development; tourism planning; regional development; sustainable tourism; blue economy
Recently, our world has faced a wide range of political, economic, and environmental changes that have significantly affected many economic development concepts. The importance of many of the global-stage recent terminologies, such as sustainability, has been underscored. The tourism sector, as a privileged service sector, has undertaken much attention and study to achieve the concept of sustainability, especially with the fact that the tourism industry was exposed to many heavy casualties during the COVID-19 crisis.
Therefore, attention has increased on the inextricable relationship between tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) endorsed by the United Nations in Agenda 2030, consisting of 17 goals and 169 targets. By enhancing the ability to achieve these SDGs, what is known as tourism's resilience can be achieved, which leads to increasing the ability of the tourism industry to cope with various future crises.
Tourism is particularly prominent in Goals 1, 11, and 14, which are linked to reducing poverty, sustainable cities and communities, and the sustainable use of marine resources. To achieve those Goals, a required framework must be implemented through adequate funding and investment in technology, ideas, and human resources.
Thus, this Special Issue on “Tourism's resilience in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” focuses on linking the tourism sector with the different SDGs. This Special Issue encourages the academic society to submit different kinds of studies on the following specific topics, including (but not limited to):
- Sustainable tourism development.
- Nature-based tourism.
- Sustainable management of tourism activities.
- Spatial tourism development .
- Economic impact of tourism.
- Cultural heritage tourism.
Dr. Lóránt Dávid
Dr. Ahmad Muhammad Ragab
Guest Editor Assistant
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