In addtion to the 8 papers of the SI, we have written a new extensive introduction and conclusion chapters. The introductory chapter outlines what we see as the varieties of sustainability conceptualised in tourism policy and planning strategies in different African countries. In the conclusion chapter, we argue for a reconsideration of what sustainability means for tourism policy and planning in sub-Saharan Africa. We then outline a future research agenda that links tourism policy and planning more intimately to the Sustainable Development Goals .
Happy World Tourism Day 2019! Did you know that each year, 27 September is celebrated as World Tourism Day which is organised by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation’s (UNWTO). This is an event celebrated to foster awareness among the international community about the importance of tourism in terms of its social, cultural, political and … Continue reading Travel and see!!! Happy World Tourism Day 2019
The wait is over and I am delighted to share with you the special issue on "Sustainability in Tourism Policy and Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa: past, present and future" that is now out in print. I edited this issue with my buddy Albert Kimbu who is based at the University of Surrey and it has … Continue reading Out in print now: Sustainability in Tourism Policy and Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa (a special issue)
I am delighted to announce that my application was successful and that I have been appointed as co-editor for Tourism Planning and Development Journal. It is an exciting, albeit nervous, new season in my academic career and I am looking forward to this challenge. Over the past year, I have published in and have been … Continue reading Appointment as Co-editor for Tourism Planning and Development Journal