Publications and more
• Spenceley, A. (2021). Handbook for Sustainable Tourism Practitioners: The Essential Toolbox. Edward Elgar Publishing. “This insightful Handbook brings together the practical guidance of over 50 international practitioners in sustainable tourism. Applying strong research design principles, it provides a workable and rational toolkit for investigating practical challenges….” See the Winter 2021 Destination Stewardship Report for an excerpt.
• Honey, M. (2019). Cruise Tourism in the Caribbean: Selling Sunshine. Routledge: “explores the lessons learned from half a century of Caribbean cruise tourism; one of the most popular and profitable sectors of the tourism industry.”
• Pilling, D. (2018). The Growth Delusion: Why economists are getting it wrong and what we can do about it. Tim Duggan Books. An entertaining (!) economics book with no mention of tourism but profound implications for measuring its success.
• Goodwin, H. (2016). Responsible Tourism: Using tourism for Sustainable Development. Goodfellow 2nd Edition “is about the globally vital necessity of realizing sustainable tourism. It is a hugely important challenge to those who organize and sell travel and tourism, and those who consume it.”
Note: quotes are publisher blurbs
The Destination Stewardship Report relies entirely on submitted articles and notices, not to mention corrections and suggestions. All submissions must: • pertain to some aspect of destination stewardship; • be shorter than 1,000 words, and; • avoid self-promotion. Photos welcome. What story can you tell that would help others?
Please contact us with your ideas. Your next issue is planned for October 2021.