Tourism sustainability in the Alpine region: What are the major trends and challenges?
The articles published in this ebook were presented at a conference in Courmayeur in June 2017 funded by and part of the Interreg V-A France-Italie ALCOTRA named FEAST (« Formation, Education et Aménagement des Synergies Territoriales ») project. The main question arising and which forms the backdrop to this ebook relates to the trends that are emerging in the Alpine space and their sustainability. This ebook considers the sustainability of new trends, with special reference to four dimensions of sustainable development and the specificities of the Alpine space.
- A hedonic price model for ski lift tickets in the Dolomites,Conclusions: managing tourism sustainability in mountain destinations,EUSALP and the challenge of multi-level governance policies in the Alps,From ski to snow: rethinking package holidays in a winter mountain destination,Global warming and skiing: analysis of the future of skiing in the Aosta Valley,Mobility as a service: a new model for sustainable mobility in tourism,Overview: tourism sustainability in the Alpine region: the major trends and challenges,Peer-to-peer accommodation and sustainability in mountain areas,Reflections on the theme issue outcomes,The great crossing of the Alps or move your Alps (GTA),Tourism development and adaptation to climate change through legal constraint ,Tourism in mountain areas: the innovative provisions within new French legislation,Tourism sustainability in the Alpine region: What are the major trends and challenges?,Tourists’ perception of landscape attributes in rural tourism,What are the benefits of clean air for Alpine destinations?