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Tourism's exposure to global oil price
Tourism is an increasingly important economic activity globally. At the same time, it is extremely dependent on oil, not only for tourists’ mobility but also for other core elements of tourism such as recreational activities ...
Responsible aviation and peak oil
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2011-06)
This presentation addresses the question of what responsible aviation means, and who the recipient of such responsibility would be: for example local communities, the global environment, employees or shareholders. It also ...
Oil, the global economy and tourism
The availability and price of oil are intimately linked to the global economyand as a result to tourism. This paper presents the results from research ontourism and oil, undertaken with a particular focus on New Zealand ...
Developing an oil vulnerability assessment tool for industry
(Lincoln University. Department of Social Science, Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport., 2010-11)
Oil is the lifeblood of our economy, and recent growth in tourism has largely been facilitated by the availability of cheap oil. Increasing scarcity of global oil resources and concomitant rising oil prices are likely to ...
The price of tourism in the context of global oil prices
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2008-12)
Tourism in its present form is inherently dependent on oil. Tourism transport almost exclusively runs on fossil fuels and also other components of the tourism product such as accommodation or attractions rely on the input ...
The implications of peak oil for travel and tourism
(Lincoln University. Department of Social Science, Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport., 2010)
The implications of peak oil for travel and tourism are described in this presentation, covering tourism opportunities, future constraints, the importance of oil and its price volitility. The implications for the New Zealand ...