Sustainable Tourism Practices/Template

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Sustainability is often perceived as a complex concept to understand and it can be hard for businesses to discover the benefits it offers. In essence, sustainability is about meeting the needs of today, without adversely impacting on the needs of tomorrow. As a term it can be applied across a range of areas, such as the environment, society and the economy. Ministry of Environment

This 15 credit course will introduce you to, or build upon your knowledge of, sustainability within a tourism business (practices) context. It will look at the responses of New Zealand tourism businesses to the global and domestic sustainable challenges the industry of tourism is facing.

The School of Applied Business will be running this course from February 18 2013. If you would like to join this course, please contact Sharleen Howison.