During a period of extraordinary change and innovation, this all-encompassing study captures Bartlett’s observations and insights about the changing nature of tourism, resilience, and sustainability. This book delves deeply into the world’s tourist ecology, giving its readers a fresh viewpoint on how to adapt to a dynamic industry. It is a collection of Bartlett’s essays, each of which is an in-depth investigation of some facet of tourism, from the importance of digital landscapes to the future of ocean economies.
The book is divided into eight parts, each of which is dedicated to a certain facet of tourism. Some of these titles are: “Resilient Tourism for Sustainable Ocean Economies: Building Jamaica’s Premier Tourism Destination,” “Resilient Tourism for Sustainability,” “Building Tourism Resilience,” “Jamaica’s Tourism Landscape: A Viable Case,” “Advancing Tourism in the Digital Landscape,” “International Trade and Tourism,” “Promoting Sustainability in Tourism,” “COVID and Tourism”,
“How to Build Tourism Resilience”, “Multi-destination Tourism”, “Tourism and Entrepreneurship” and “Cruise Tourism and Beyond”. With detailed information provided in each part, readers will have a firm grasp of the many facets of the tourist business.
Bartlett’s book is useful for industry experts, politicians, and anyone interested in current trends in tourism, resilience, and sustainability, since it covers a wide variety of themes, from the role of the private sector in tourism resilience to the influence of international commerce on tourism sustainability.
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Thought Leadership on Tourism, Resilience, and Sustainability in the 21st Century is more than simply a book. It’s essential reading for anybody who wants to know how the travel and tourism business works, threats, opportunities, challenges, and, more importantly, what it takes to keep the travel and tourism industry thriving in the face of constant change.