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THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AUSTRALIAN TOURISM DESTINATIONS: Developing adaptation and response strategies SUMMARY

By STCRC
THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AUSTRALIAN TOURISM DESTINATIONS: Developing adaptation and response strategies SUMMARY
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This report provides a complete summary of the scoping study report which has been undertaken by STCRC THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AUSTRALIAN TOURISM DESTINATIONS: Developing adaptation and response strategies -- a scoping study. The goal of the project was to build a framework to inform and prioritise adaptation strategies which can be undertaken by destinations and tourism businesses. To do this, the climate change vulnerability of each destination was assessed, with a focus on the potential impacts on tourism infrastructure, activities and operational costs. Summary chapters highlighting key research, findings and recommendations for each of the case study ...Read more
This report provides a complete summary of the scoping study report which has been undertaken by STCRC THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AUSTRALIAN TOURISM DESTINATIONS: Developing adaptation and response strategies -- a scoping study. The goal of the project was to build a framework to inform and prioritise adaptation strategies which can be undertaken by destinations and tourism businesses. To do this, the climate change vulnerability of each destination was assessed, with a focus on the potential impacts on tourism infrastructure, activities and operational costs. Summary chapters highlighting key research, findings and recommendations for each of the case study regions are included in this document. Reduce

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