Strategies for minimising the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values

Mike Raybould, David Anning, Elizabeth Fredline, Dan Ware

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This paper explores the threats posed by climate change to beach recreation and tourism values and identifies generic strategies that might be adopted by coastal and tourism managers to protect these values into the future. The research is based primarily on analysis of coastal management projects on the east coast of Australia. It identifies five generic strategies for minimizing the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values and provides examples of each. These strategies aim to protect existing beach recreation values, increase the supply of alternative recreation sites, minimise the tourism impacts of negative media coverage of beach erosion, and encourage adaptive action by beach users. The implications for recreationalists and tourism managers of each of these strategies are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 25th Annual CAUTHE Conference 2015
Subtitle of host publicationRising tides and sea challenges: Adaption and innovation in tourism and hospitality
EditorsE Wilson, M Witsel
Place of PublicationGold Coast, QLD
PublisherCouncil for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education
Pages686-689
Number of pages5
ISBN (Electronic)9780987050762
ISBN (Print)978-0-9870507-7-9
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event25th Annual Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference : Rising Tides and Sea Changes: Adaptation and Innovation in Tourism and Hospitality - Southern Cross University, Gold Coast , Australia
Duration: 2 Feb 20155 Feb 2015
Conference number: 25th

Conference

Conference25th Annual Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference
Abbreviated titleCAUTHE
CountryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period2/02/155/02/15

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Raybould, M., Anning, D., Fredline, E., & Ware, D. (2015). Strategies for minimising the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values. In E. Wilson, & M. Witsel (Eds.), Proceedings of the 25th Annual CAUTHE Conference 2015: Rising tides and sea challenges: Adaption and innovation in tourism and hospitality (pp. 686-689). Gold Coast, QLD: Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education .
Raybould, Mike ; Anning, David ; Fredline, Elizabeth ; Ware, Dan. / Strategies for minimising the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values. Proceedings of the 25th Annual CAUTHE Conference 2015: Rising tides and sea challenges: Adaption and innovation in tourism and hospitality. editor / E Wilson ; M Witsel. Gold Coast, QLD : Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education , 2015. pp. 686-689
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Raybould, M, Anning, D, Fredline, E & Ware, D 2015, Strategies for minimising the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values. in E Wilson & M Witsel (eds), Proceedings of the 25th Annual CAUTHE Conference 2015: Rising tides and sea challenges: Adaption and innovation in tourism and hospitality. Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education , Gold Coast, QLD, pp. 686-689, 25th Annual Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference , Gold Coast , Australia, 2/02/15.

Strategies for minimising the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values. / Raybould, Mike; Anning, David; Fredline, Elizabeth; Ware, Dan.

Proceedings of the 25th Annual CAUTHE Conference 2015: Rising tides and sea challenges: Adaption and innovation in tourism and hospitality. ed. / E Wilson; M Witsel. Gold Coast, QLD : Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education , 2015. p. 686-689.

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Raybould M, Anning D, Fredline E, Ware D. Strategies for minimising the impacts of climate change on beach recreation and tourism values. In Wilson E, Witsel M, editors, Proceedings of the 25th Annual CAUTHE Conference 2015: Rising tides and sea challenges: Adaption and innovation in tourism and hospitality. Gold Coast, QLD: Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education . 2015. p. 686-689