Sustainable Tourism or Sustainable Mobility? The Norwegian Case

  title={Sustainable Tourism or Sustainable Mobility? The Norwegian Case},
  author={K. H{\o}yer},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Tourism},
  pages={147 - 160}
  • K. Høyer
  • Published 2000
  • Economics
  • Journal of Sustainable Tourism
  • This paper presents a critical discussion of the internationally prevailing understanding of the concept 'sustainable tourism'. It is argued that the current focus on stationary activities and local, intensive environmental issues is too limited both in relation to the concept of tourism and the concept of sustainable development. There is no tourism without travel. And, as shown in a Norwegian research study, tourist travel is a major source of serious environmental problems. The paper… CONTINUE READING
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