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Tourist itineraries and yield: technical background report
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division., 2008-08)
The aim of this research was to identify yield based visitor and itinerary prototypes. An examination of tourist itineraries (i.e. tourist behaviour across space and time) as reported in the International Visitor Survey ...
Environmental attitudes and fuel saving behaviour by KEA campers customers: final report of a survey (June - November 2008)
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, 2008-12)
The environmental concern of campervan tourists in New Zealand was analysed in two surveys, 2007 and 2008. The 2008 also investigated tourists’ responses to increasing fuel prices and changes they make to their travel ...
Tourism's exposure to global oil price
(Griffith University., 2008)
Tourism is an important sector contributing 19% to New Zealand’s export revenue. At the same time, tourism is extremely dependent on oil for both travel to and within New Zealand. While forecasts for future tourism growth ...
Analysis of tourist consumption, expenditure and prices for key international visitor segments: technical report
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, 2008-11)
The Tourism & Oil project is undertaken against the backdrop of highly volatile oil prices, especially in the last 6 months, and a major global financial crisis that undoubtedly affects tourist arrivals to New Zealand. ...
Managing energy use in tourism businesses - survey results
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, 2008-08)
In partnership with the Tourism Industry Association an online survey was sent via email to all members recorded in the TIA database. As part of a three-year project on Tourism & Oil, the responses of tourism businesses ...
Indirect tourism transport : a proposed carbon footprint assessment
(Lincoln University., 2008-12)
As the tourism industry’s greenhouse gas emission impacts on the global environment is increasing, carbon accounting is fast becoming a vital tool for establishing the magnitude of impacts and identifying the players ...