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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.
A study of four possible futures arising from COVID-19 and climate change impacts offers policy makers guideposts for rebuilding tourism.
This policy brief looks at three scenarios for reviving tourism: promoting domestic tourism, bilateral travel bubbles, and subregional travel bubbles.
As a way forward for coastal cities, this article explores the potential of system of systems approaches for integrated planning and management of coastal assets using nature-based solutions that engage communities.
Real-time data is critical for reopening borders, managing destinations, and for the industry to build back better from the crisis.
This piece highlights how sustainable tourism development can support the empowerment of women and minorities.
Technology can help reboot the tourism sector by enabling contactless and digital transactions and mapping COVID-19 infections for disease control.
An evaluation of possible project impacts helps preserve culturally and environmentally important sites and protect nearby communities.
Activating theme-based, cross-border circuits can help BIMSTEC tourism recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
Promoting domestic tourism is essential to the Lao People’s Democratic Republic’s COVID-19 recovery.
Adopt a risk-based and phased approach toward recovery and enhance public–private collaboration to ensure safe and seamless travel.
The pandemic opens an opportunity to reset CAREC’s aviation industry through green lanes and domestic tourism, among others.
An analysis of tourism data in the Pacific shows the importance of traveler wealth, distance and infrastructure on tourist arrivals.
In Mongolia, community revolving funds helped poor households develop tourism goods and services aligned with biodiversity conservation.
A study of Samoa's online firms provides lessons and insights for other companies in the Pacific.