IMG 4510

As part of the Mediterranean Sustainable Tourism Community, the BLUEISLANDS project will be presented during the session on Tourism multiple footprints: impacts on environment and communities at the Mediterranean Sustainable Tourism Convention 2019 taking place in Barcelona on 5-7 June 2019.
While the academia has long engaged with tourism impacts and externalities, only recently these concerns have started to be taken seriously by local administrations. Re-fueling the policy agenda for resilient places requires new knowledge on how tourism mobilities ‘land’ in places, use their resources and drive further developments, and a new political consensus on the future status of places and local communities in this world of flows which also challenges dominant growth paradigms and multi-scalar governance.
See the complete agenda here.

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