Local context shapes resilience and climate risk in tourism

While climate change threatens tourism across many scales, local context ultimately determines climate risk and resilience. This paper explores the role of local context in shaping the future of tourism, with a strong focus on climate risk and opportunities for adaptation.


Loehr, J. (2020). The Vanuatu Tourism Adaptation System: a holistic approach to reducing climate risk. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 28(4), 515-534.

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Dr. Johanna Loehr

Research Fellow, Griffith Institute for Tourism.

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