Instead of recapturing the tourism of the pre-pandemic era, countries should strive to create a new kind of tourism that is more closely aligned to the SDGs.
Johanna Loehr’s research focuses on increasing the net benefits tourism creates for the wider system in which it occurs. Her research interests are sustainable tourism, climate change, well-being, policy making and systems thinking. Johanna holds graduate degrees in the fields of sustainability and tourism from Bournemouth University (MSc) and Griffith University (PhD). She is contributing author to Chapter 15 Small Islands of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report (AR6, WGII).