Using a ‘ tourism climate index ’ to examine the implications of climate change for climate as a tourism resource

@inproceedings{Scott2002UsingA,
  title={Using a ‘ tourism climate index ’ to examine the implications of climate change for climate as a tourism resource},
  author={Daniel J. Scott and Geoff McBoyle},
  year={2002}
}
Climate has a strong influence on the tourism and recreation sector and in some regions represents the natural resource on which the tourism industry is predicated. There has been little consideration of how climate change might affect the tourism climate resource or how such changes could alter the competitive relationships between tourism destinations. This study used a modified version of Mieczkowski’s (1985) ‘tourism climate index’ (TCI) to explore the impact of projected climate change on… CONTINUE READING

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