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Implications of climatic change for tourism and recreation in Ontario

Geoffrey Wall

Implications of climatic change for tourism and recreation in Ontario

summary of phase 1 and phase 2 ...

by Geoffrey Wall

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Published by Environment Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario.
    • Subjects:
    • Tourism -- Ontario.,
    • Climatic changes -- Ontario.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesIncidences du changement climatique sur le tourisme et les loisirs en Ontario.
      Statementby Geoffrey Wall.
      SeriesClimate change digest,, CCD 88-05 =, Sommaire du changement climatique, Climate change digest ;, CCD 88-05.
      ContributionsCanada. Atmospheric Environment Service.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG155.C3 W35 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16, 17 p. :
      Number of Pages17
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2141426M
      ISBN 100662558979
      LC Control Number88210851

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Major themes include the implications of climate change and climate policy for tourism. considering recreation and tourism as a means of diversifying and strengthening their economies. Without knowledge of the interaction between this sector and climate change, communities could be making an economic choice that can potentially be undermined by the weather and climate change File Size: KB.

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It's affecting jobs, too, including in tourism, shipping and energy sectors. Here are seven ways climate change. Climate Change and Nature Based Tourism, Outdoor Recreation, and Forestry in Ontario: Potential Effects and Adaptation Strategies CCRR 8 Published Date: Janu Climate Change and Ontario.

This book is a must read for anyone with a long-term mindset about the management of tourism, since it is the first to examine in depth the effects of climate change on this sector and to consider how stakeholders should be responding.

David B. Weaver, Professor of Tourism & Events Management School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism. The modelled impact of projected climate change on the seasonality of zoo attendance in Ontario (Hewer & Gough, b), was in agreement with the general tourism study by Scott et al. () that suggested tourism seasonality in southern parts of Canada may shift from the current summer peak tourism climate to a bi-modal tourism climate Cited by: 8.

Introduction. Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors. Tourism is obviously related to climate. It is therefore surprising that the tourism literature pays little attention to climate and climatic change (e.g., Witt and Witt, ).It is equally surprising that the climate change impact literature pays little attention to tourism Cited by: This document describes how the Ministry of Natural Resources works to contribute to the Ontario Government’s commitment to reduce the rate of global warming and the impacts associated with climate change.

The framework contains strategies and sub-strategies organized according to the need to understand climate change, mitigate the impacts of rapid climate change. to climate change adaptation and mitigation. The goal of the members of the CPC Climate Change Working Group is to encourage the creation of ecologically resilient networks of parks and protected areas, connected through sustainably managed landscapes and seascapes, as a key part of the solution to Canada’s climate change.

Regardless of the success of climate change mitigation efforts, the international community has concluded that societies around the world will need to adapt to some magnitude of climate change in the 21st century.

While some economic sectors (e.g., agriculture, water resources and construction) have been actively engaged in climate change Cited by: The magnitude of the implications of climate change for tourism and recreation will depend upon both the dis-tribution and importance of tourism phenomena and the characteristics of climate change.

Other things being equal, locations whose economies are highly dependent on tourism Cited by: 2. “Tourism is responsible for about 5 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to a United Nations report (PDF) on climate change and tourism.

A vast majority of these emissions come from getting tourists. An Introduction to the Geography of Travel and Tourism. Recreation is engaged upon during. Leisure Time. Work Time. Committed Time. Sleep Time. TSA stands for.

Tourism Satellite Account. Tourism Satellite Access. Travel Satellite Account. Tourism Service Account. Leiper Tourism. Indirect effects of climate change on recreation • Increased wildfire area burned, fire size, fire season length • Reduced access caused by flooding, landslides, infrastructure damage • Potential vegetative change File Size: 1MB.

@inproceedings{BrowneClimateCA, title={Climate change and nature-based tourism, outdoor recreation, and forestry in Ontario: potential effects and adaptation strategies.}. Chapter 9 Climate Change Impacts in Ontario Abstract Here in Ontario we are already feeling the effects of climate change.

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