Routledge book on sustainable tourism mobility published: 5 CSTT contributions, Paul Peeters co-editor
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
The Routledge volume “Understanding and governing sustainable tourism mobility: Psychological and behavioural approaches”, with Paul Peeters as co-editor, has been published late March 2014.
The book contains contributions from the international workshop organised by NHTV’s Centre for Sustainable Tourism and Transport, Bournemouth University (UK), FRIAS (Germany), and the University of Otago (NZ) near Freiburg, Germany, in 2012. A selection of contributions was also published in a Special Issue of the Journal of Sustainable Tourism
CSTT authors have contributed five chapters to the book. As editor, Paul Peeters co-wrote the opening and closing chapters “Why tourism mobility behaviours must change” and “New governance models for behaviour change in tourism mobilities: A research agenda”. The latter forms the basis for the follow-up workshop to be held at the same location in July 2014. Paul also wrote “Developing a long term global tourism transport model using a behavioural approach: Implications for sustainable tourism policy making”, and he, Jeroen Nawijn and Yael Ram (Israel) co-wrote “Happiness and limits to sustainable tourism mobility: a new conceptual model”. Finally, Eke Eijgelaar and former ITTI student Danny de Kinderen wrote “Carbon offsetting: motives for participation and impacts on travel behavior”.
- The book is available as hardcover, for example at Routledge or Amazon.
- For more information on the Freiburg 2014 workshop “The psychology of governing sustainable tourism mobility: Bridging the science-policy gap”, see here.
- For bibliographical information of CSTT chapters, see our 2014 publications page.