Technology and the sustainable tourist in the new age of disruption

  title={Technology and the sustainable tourist in the new age of disruption},
  author={David A. Fennell},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Tourism},
  pages={767 - 773}
  • D. Fennell
  • Published 26 May 2020
  • Business
  • Journal of Sustainable Tourism
Abstract We are in the midst of a transition into a new age of travel and tourism based on the convergence of several key disruptive influences in the form of new technologies, periodic chaos in markets and economies, health and safety concerns, and environmental crises. How we navigate these disruptive influences is important for the enjoyment of tourists, the success of tourism service providers and other local people, and the integrity of the natural world. The purpose of this research note… 
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