4 edition of Conceptualising sustainability found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Anton Leist & Alan Holland.|
|Series||Policy research brief / Environmental Valuation in Europe -- no. 5|
|Contributions||Holland, Alan, 1939-|
|LC Classifications||HC79.E5 L444 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||2009378109|
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While ‘sustainability’ has endured as a paradigm for tourism scholars for several decades, more recently ‘resilience’ has generated considerable appeal as a concept that appropriately acknowledges the myriad influences of multiple contexts on the capacity of communities and businesses to adapt Conceptualising sustainability book ultimately sustain their tourism enterprises.
In this chapter we interrogate the Author: Stephen Espiner, James Higham, Caroline Orchiston. With conceptualising reflexive governance the book leads a way out of endless quarrels about the definition of sustainability and into a new mode of collective : Hardcover.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "This policy research brief draws on presentations and contributions made at the fourth workshop of the Concerted Action on Environmental Valuation in Europe (EVE) entitled 'Sustainability: theory - applications - indicators' held at the Ethics Centre, University of Zurich, Switzerland, June "--Page 2 of cover.
The sustainability framework should also assist educators and students navigate through the multiplicity of sustainability meanings, and enable new context-specific definitions to be developed, such as those used in business and : Patrina Whyte, Geoffrey Lamberton.
The paper describes a new interesting approach to conceptualising sustainability based on the worldviews and experience of 12 sustainability experts.
I especially value the new conceptual framework including the three layers affecting the understanding of sustainability. Adams, W. Conceptualising sustainability book The future of sustainability: Re-thinking environment and development in the twenty-first century.
Report of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Renowned Thinkers Meeting (pp. 1–18). Gland, Switzerland: : Ricard Morén-Alegret, Dawid Wladyka. There can be little doubt that sustainability has become one of the most important issues in business in recent years. In spite of sustainability’s importance, there is agreement amongst leaders and practitioners that sustainability is not as embedded as desired.
This study reports a framework on inhibitors that limit sustainability embeddedness in by: 7. Is part of Book Title Business and Sustainability: Vol. 3 Author(s) Gabriel Eweje, Martin Perry Date Dec. Publisher Ebsco Publishing [Distributor], Emerald Group Publishing Limited Pub place Bingley, Ipswich ISBN ISBN Chapter 3: Superseding sustainability: conceptualising sustainability and resilience in response to the new challenges of tourism development; Chapter 4: Understanding how context affects resilience and its consequences for sustainable tourism; Chapter 5: Concepts for understanding the visitor experience in sustainable tourism.
With “Sustainability: A Comprehensive Foundation”, first and second-year college students are introduced to this expanding new field, comprehensively exploring the essential concepts from every branch of knowledge – including engineering and the applied arts, natural and social sciences, and the humanities.
As sustainability is a multi-disciplinary area of study, the text is the product. Abstract Sustainability science poses severe challenges to classical disciplinary science. To bring the perspectives of diverse disciplines together in a meaningful way, we describe a novel methodology for sustainability assessment of a particular social-ecological system, or country.
The findings of the study signify that tourism sustainability is a broad concept allowing for different interpretations. The assessment of sustainability seems to be affected by the perception and weight attributed to the economic, social, environmental, and governance pillar of sustainability by each : Spyros Niavis, Theodora Papatheochari, Yannis Psycharis, Josep Rodriguez, Xavier Font, Anna Martinez.
Sustainability assessment is often described as a process by which the implications of an initiative on sustainability are evaluated, where the initiative can be a proposed or existing policy, plan, programme, project, piece of legislation, or a current practice or by: Conceptualising sustainability assessment Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Impact Assessment Review 24(6) August with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Conceptualising lifelong learning for sustainable development Books. Filho, L., Manolas, E., & Pace, P. The future we want. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Conceptualising lifelong learning for sustainable development and education Author: S.
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Conceptualising sustainability in sports development Article in Leisure Studies 27(3) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. This article seeks to develop a “sustainability business model” (SBM)—a model where sustainability concepts shape the driving force of the firm and its decision making.
The SBM is drawn from two case studies of organizations considered to be leaders in operationalizing sustainability and is informed by the ecological modernization. Conceptualising Sustainability in UK Urban Regeneration: a Discursive Formation Rachel D. Lombardi, Libby Porter, Austin Barber and Chris Rogers Abstract Despite the wide usage and popular appeal of the concept of sustainability in UK policy, it does not appear to have challenged the status quo in urban regeneration.
Whilst sustainable development is an overarching goal for most nations engaging tourism as a tool for development (Ellis & Sheridan, ), many have argued that implementing sustainability principles is a difficult task (Pan et al., ; Tosun, ; Waligo et al., ).
Sustainability assessment is being increasingly viewed as an important tool to aid in the shift towards sustainability. However, this is a new and evolving concept and there remain very few examples of effective sustainability assessment processes implemented anywhere in the world.
Sustainability assessment is often described as a process by which the implications of an initiative on Cited by: Abstract Sustainability as a policy concept has its origin in the Brundtland Report of That document was concerned with the tension between the.
Downloadable. Many different interpretations of the meaning of sustainability has the potential to cause dilution of meaning, as well as ambiguity and confusion, and a reduction in the use of sustainability as a relevant global objective.
In this research, we examine these different interpretations using a cognitive mapping method, where 12 sustainability experts provide their own unique. Through a wide range of case studies, Mason reveals just how sensitive we all must be to styles of power, vulnerability and resilience in any democratic transition to sustainability.
This is a fine book.' Timothy O'Riordan, Professor of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia, and Associate. Superseding sustainability: conceptualising sustainability and resilience in response to the new challenges of tourism development 21 Stephen Espiner, James Higham and Caroline Orchiston 4.
Understanding how context affects resilience and its consequences for sustainable tourism Johanna Loehr, Cherise Addinsall and Betty Weiler 5. Despite the wide usage and popular appeal of the concept of sustainability in UK policy, it does not appear to have challenged the status quo in urban regeneration because policy is not leading in.
particular, during the s, the term sustainability began to be widely used in relation to environmental problems. As shown by Kidd (), a number of books addressing issues of sustainability from an environmental point of view were published during that period (see.
Conceptualising Comparative Politics: People, Polities, and Markets seeks to bring a distinctive approach to comparative politics by rediscovering the discipline’s rich conceptual tradition and inter-disciplinary foundations. It aims to fill out the conceptual framework on which the rest of the subfield draws but to which books only.
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Sustainability displacement is the idea that the achievement of sustainability is shifted to some other place and future time rather than being delivered in the here and now. The growing use of environmental offsets is a key example of this phenomenon that is explored in this chapter.
Sustainability Model As A Way Of Conceptualising Sustainability And Its Stability Words | 7 Pages. What is sustainability. There is a Native American proverb which says: ‘When the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught, the last river poisoned, only.
Evidence of the continuing, rapid warming of the planet continues to accumulate and global leaders understand the imperative to respond to the grand challenge of climate change before dangerous and irreversible impacts become unavoidable. Climate change impacts on environmental and socio-economic systems and policy responses to reduce greenhouse gasses and adapt to the.
Abstract. Stewardship is a broad concept that is used in different disciplines, in a variety of different ways. Even within discrete disciplines there is plurality in the concept, so for example, in environmental law, stewardship constitutes a general, universal duty to care for the planet, but also a specific duty requiring landowners to carefully manage their land.
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There is increasing interest and effort among researchers, evaluators, funders and community partners to understand the sustainability of effective public health interventions .Despite these efforts, understanding sustainability is hindered by several challenges such as variations in conceptualising sustainability, lack of agreed upon measurement frameworks, difficult.
Table of Contents. Chapter 1 – Introduction: the Nexus of Social Innovation, Sustainable Consumption and Societal Transformation, Julia Backhaus, Audley Genus, and Julia Wittmayer Chapter 2 – Conceptualising the Role of Social Innovation in Sustainability Transformations, Alex Haxeltine, Flor Avelino, Julia Wittmayer, Iris Kunze, Noel Longhurst, Adina Dumitru, and Tim O’ Riordan Chapter.
Despite the wide usage and popular appeal of the concept of sustainability in UK policy, it does not appear to have challenged the status quo in urban regeneration because policy is not leading in its conceptualisation and therefore implementation. This paper investigates how sustainability has been conceptualised in a case-based research study of the regeneration of Eastside in Birmingham, UK.
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Conceptualizing stakeholder engagement in the context of sustainability and its assessment This item was submitted to Loughborough University's Institutional Repository by the/an author.
Citation: MATHUR, V.N., PRICE, A.D.F. and AUSTIN, S.A., Con-ceptualizing stakeholder engagement in the context of sustainability and its assessment. The sustainability topic offers a wide range of arguments to discuss but in this paper only few of them are reviewed. It will be firstly analysed the ‘three legged stool’ model as a way of conceptualising sustainability and its stability.
Exploring tourism in an increasingly valuable landscape, this forward-looking book examines the importance of the sustainability of global travel. Leading authors in the field outline the major trajectories for research helpful in developing a sustainable and environmentally-minded industry.Environmental And Social Sustainability Tourism Management Practices Words | 6 Pages.
1. Executive Summary The purpose of this report was to investigate and critically review the environmental and social sustainability tourism management practices in the Philippines.