The way mountain tourism is dealing with climate change

This case study will outline the way three different mountain tourism countries, Nepal, the alps and Arizona in the U.S, are dealing with climate change and which adaption strategies has the tourism sector taken so far or not taken at all.

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Author: Guillaume Prost

Link to the case study: Case study final

Bonnie G. Colby and George B. Frisvold. (2011). Google scholar. Consulté le 12 12, 2013, sur Adaptation and Resilience

Clare Morrison & Catherine M. Pickering. (2013). Taylor and Francis Online. Consulté le 12 11, 2013, sur Perceptions of climate change impacts, adaptation and limits to adaption in the Australian Alps: the ski-tourism industry and key stakeholders.

Sonjay k. (2011). Mountain tourism and climate change: implications for Nepal Himalaya. Nepal tourism and development review

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