Summary Report 2011 - Economics of Climate Change in the Caribbean --http://www.eclac.org/id.asp?id=44160
Presentations delivered at the CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) Second Regional Workshop held in Trinidad, Nov. 2011.Aug. 2011: The Shades of Blue: Upgrading Coastal Resources for the Sustainable Development of the Caribbean SIDS by UNEP
ABTA 2011 Travel Trends Report
UNWTO Tourism Outlook 2010
There is no doubt that the world’s tourism industry will look back on 2009 as one of the toughest years in history. On top of a series of political tensions and natural disasters, the industry had to face the fall-out from the economic crisis and the A (h1N1) influenza pandemic. While the industry has been tested often in the past, never has it had to contend with so many challenging issues at the same time.2009
Thompson & First Choice Travel Trends Report 2009
Are companies and organisations listening to us? To find out, Thomson and First Choice commissioned a nation-wide survey this summer, which was answered online by 917 members of the general public. We are a nation of frustrated consumers according to the survey, which was undertaken for Thomson and First Choice by eDigitalResearch.European Commission Tourism Trends Report - First Quarter 2009
World Economic Forum Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009
The past year has been a difficult one for the Travel & Tourism (T&T) sector. ITB World Travel Trends Report 2009
This is the eighth ITB World Travel Trends Report commissioned from IPK International, founders of the World Travel Monitor....The Outlook for Travel and Strategic Implications for the Caribbean
- Tourism Economics Presentation by Michael Greve & Adam Sacks in St. Lucia, January 2009
Disaster Risk Management for Coastal Tourism Destinations Responding to Climate Change
A Practical Guide for Decision Makers (UNEP, CAST)
The sustainability of coastal tourism destinations depends partly on their ability to adapt planning and management practices to the impacts of climate change and also to increase their ability to effectively manage natural disasters.Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean Publications
ECLAC/CDCC has published well over 1,200 documents during its 25 years of existence. These documents have been in response to the needs and priorities of member countries of the CDCC, and represent research in a variety of socio-economic subject areas.Health & Wellness Tourism - Ten Strategies for Success Within the CSME by Caribbean Export.
Health and wellness services are primarily provided through the tourism industry. In fact, World Bank estimates on health and wellness tourism worldwide exceed US$40 billion a year, an increase of 30 percent per annum, while the tourism industry as a whole is only growing at a rate of 4-5 percent annually.
Multi-Hazard Contingency Planning Manual for the Caribbean Tourism Sector
A publication of the OAS/CDERA Project for Tourism Disaster Planning Enhancement in the Caribbean.
This Multi-Hazard Contingency Planning Manual integrates three previously developed documents:
• Hurricane Procedures Manual, 2006 revision, revised by CDERA. November 2006;
• Model Institutional Framework for Disaster Management for the Tourism Sector in Caribbean Countries, prepared
by CDERA, November 2006; and
• Multi-Hazard Plan for Caribbean Tourism, drafted by Criterion Strategies, Inc., January 2007.Download