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Sustainable Tourism Strategies in Pandemic Contexts
submission deadline 31 Jul 2021
| 3 articles
Keywords: Conceptual approaches to more sustainable forms of tourism and pandemic scenarios: • New sustainable approaches to pandemic scenarios—the role of circular economy
; The relationship between climate change, pandemic scenarios, and sustainable destinations
; The role of creative tourism and other non-massified segments in pandemic times Rethinking tourism in the ongoing pandemic and post-COVID-19 period—the role of cities and of less urbanized territories
; Environmental, economic, and social effects of pandemics on tourism destinations
; The role of different stakeholders (e.g., politicians, residents, tourists) in tourism strategies to prevent and overcome pandemic scenarios
; The role of (new) technologies (e.g., GIS, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality) and big data in the development of tourism strategies in the ongoing pandemic and post-COVID-19 period
; Tourists’ perceptions of the risk of pandemics
; Case studies at local, regional, and international scales.