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1. Introducing tourism 2. Introducing the Environment: Philosophies and Constructs 3. Consuming Nature: Tourism and ethics 4. Tourism's relationship with the environment 5. Tourism and Environmental Economics 6. Environmental Policy, Sustainable Tourism and Ecotourism 7. The environmental planning and management of tourism 8. Climate Change, Natural Disasters and Tourism
Andrew Holden is Professor of Environment and Tourism in the Institute for Tourism Research (INTOUR) at the University of Bedfordshire, UK.
'As the discourse on global climate change gains momentum, it is refreshing to see a book that captures the complexities and limitations of current environmental knowledge. Tourism, as an industry dependent on natural resources and the cultures that have subsisted on these resources, is undoubtedly facing new and unique challenges, not often captured in educational texts. Holden has communicated this multifaceted interdependency between tourism and the environment in an intellectual, yet comprehensive, way and provides a necessary dialogue on the role tourism will play in the future development of the natural and cultural world.' Susan L. Slocum, Assistant Professor, Department of Tourism and Event Management, George Mason University, US 'Environment and Tourism achieves the dual purpose of being a cogent resource for established scholars as well as a tool for learning in the classroom. The style is approachable to students and provides a substantial foundation for current knowledge on the topic.' Dr Carol Kline, Department of Management, Appalachian State University, US