Sustainable recovery of tourism in the post-COVID-19 world: Advocacy for a Resource Nexus perspective

Karthe, Daniel, Reeh, Tobias, Kempf, Felix, Lee, Halim and Guenther, Edeltraud, (2021). Sustainable recovery of tourism in the post-COVID-19 world: Advocacy for a Resource Nexus perspective. Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft, 13(3), 324-332

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    Author Karthe, Daniel
    Reeh, Tobias
    Kempf, Felix
    Lee, Halim
    Guenther, Edeltraud
    Title Sustainable recovery of tourism in the post-COVID-19 world: Advocacy for a Resource Nexus perspective
    Appearing in Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft
    Volume 13
    Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2021-11-24
    Place of Publication Berlin
    Publisher De Gruyter Oldenbourg
    Start page 324
    End page 332
    Language eng
    Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic had unprecedented impacts on tourism worldwide, causing a major downturn in sectoral economic development and employment. Even though affected regions, businesses and customers are united in their hope of a rapid recovery, a return to business-as-usual is not desirable from an environmental perspective. The COVID-19 pandemic could, however, also be an opportunity for sustainability-oriented transformations in various segments of the tourist industry. A concept that has received growing attention in sustainability science and policy but that has not yet been applied to tourism may have a significant future potential here: the Resource Nexus. As a consistent and application-oriented framework for the integrated management of environmental resources, the Resource Nexus can be a model for advancing sustainability in tourism. Instead of looking at a single dimension only, the Resource Nexus considers environmental resources in a holistic way, including potential synergies and trade-offs between different development goals. This can ultimately support a transition not only to more sustainability, but also to greater resilience of the tourism sector against environmental changes.
    Keyword COVID-19
    Environmental impacts
    Sustainable tourism
    Resource Nexus
    Copyright Holder Walter de Gruyter
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI 10.1515/tw-2021-0027
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