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August 10, 2020

Cambridge University Institute for Sustainability Leadership – Climate Change: Implications for Tourism

A report that succeeds in its task of making the IPCC Assessment Report findings much more digestible to the layperson within the tourism sector, describing the scale of likely impact that climate change will have as well as setting out some of the adaptations and mitigation measures that could help deliver a more resilient industry. The report includes a helpful two-page infographic looking at various tourism sub-sectors.
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July 2, 2020

Tim Fairhurst on tax and tourism: A destination management problem?

Tim Fairhurst, ETOA’s Director of Policy, gives his opinion on city taxes and calls for transparency and reciprocity in their allocation.
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June 22, 2020

David Edwards on interpreting tourism stats

A useful companion document for those reading tourism statistics, with a digestible look at why data from different places doesn't always match up.
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June 19, 2020

ETOA Seminar: Brexit – What the travel industry needs to know

The full-length recording of our one-day Brexit seminar on 31st October 2019. Starting points for each each session are given.
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June 19, 2020

Tom Jenkins International Mountain Tourism Day 2020

ETOA's Tom Jenkins explores the value of the mountain tourism industry; its role in Europe-China tourism development and its role in recovery post-coronavirus.
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June 19, 2020

Tom Jenkins message to the Cultural Tourism Industry Recovery Conference in China

ETOA CEO Tom Jenkins delivers a message to the Cultural Tourism Industry Recovery Conference in China.
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June 19, 2020

Tom Jenkins BBC Radio on “Covid corridors”

ETOA CEO Tom Jenkins on BBC Radio with Jose Ramon Bauza, MEP talks about the revival of Europe as a destination and calls for a common approach to opening up, avoiding "Covid corridors".
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June 19, 2020

Skift on the pivot to domestic travel

A short article from Skift, looking at which countries might gain and which lose if all international travel demand shifts to domestic.
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June 19, 2020

PhocusWire on tours and activities recovery products

An interesting article from PhocusWire about what entrepreneurial businesses in the tours and activities sector are doing to adapt their product to at-home experiences and crowd-beating apps.
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June 18, 2020

Doug Lansky on the new normal of tourism

An interesting video from Doug Lansky with input from tourism officials in Bhutan and Amsterdam on how destinations could re-invent themselves and re-think their strategies in a post-coronavirus environment.
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June 18, 2020

Doug Lansky on how coronavirus may help destinations address capacity management

A thought-provoking take from Doug Lansky on the opportunities coronavirus could present for destinations to address overtourism and capacity management.
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June 18, 2020

ETOA Shorts – Brexit and the travel industry

Tom Jenkins, ETOA's CEO, explains the aspects of Brexit of concern to the travel industry.
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June 17, 2020

David Edwards opinion 3M’s theory on drivers for post-pandemic travel industry

Tourism insight expert David Edwards explains his 3Ms theory for the likely drivers for a post-pandemic travel industry.
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June 17, 2020

Tim Fairhurst on multinational discussions and COVID-19

Tim Fairhurst, ETOA’s Director of Policy, reflects on recent multinational discussions about tourism and the COVID-19 crisis
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June 17, 2020

ECM Checklist for sustainable recovery

A mix of discussion regarding how the pandemic will change destinations, examples of how European cities are already taking a series of measures to alleviate impact and prepare for recovery and highly practical guide aimed at facilitating planning by DMOs and their partners.
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June 17, 2020

CELTH long-term scenarios for travel

Four contrasting and thought-provoking pictures for the visitor economy in 2025 are painted based on so-called ‘explorative scenarios’. It is argued that the two major drivers will be the length and depth of the coronavirus-induced recession and the extent to which people act as ‘I’ or ‘We’.
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June 17, 2020

Mario Gavira’s four scenarios for post-pandemic travel

Four highly thought-provoking descriptions of how travel may look a year or so from now, dictated by the speed of economic recovery and extent to which COVID-19 transforms the public’s attitudes towards travel. Scenarios range from the ‘back to normal in months’ through to a world in which almost all travel experiences are ‘virtual’. Possible implications for different sectors, including aviation, accommodation and travel distribution are considered.
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