Her primary areas of study are Climate change, Greenhouse gas, Environmental resource management, Natural resource economics and Sustainable tourism. Her Climate change research incorporates elements of Economic growth, Tourism geography, Human geography and Public economics. Susanne Becken combines subjects such as Ecotourism and Hospitality management studies with her study of Environmental resource management.
Her study in Natural resource economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sustainability and Environmental impact assessment. Her Sustainable tourism research includes elements of Hazard, Scenario analysis and Vulnerability assessment, Vulnerability. Her Political economy of climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate change mitigation and Environmental planning.
Susanne Becken mainly focuses on Climate change, Environmental planning, Tourism geography, Environmental resource management and Hospitality management studies. She has researched Climate change in several fields, including Vulnerability, Adaptation, Greenhouse gas and Environmental protection. Her study looks at the relationship between Greenhouse gas and topics such as Natural resource economics, which overlap with Resource and Sustainable tourism.
While the research belongs to areas of Tourism geography, Susanne Becken spends her time largely on the problem of Ecotourism, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Economy and Yield. Her studies examine the connections between Environmental resource management and genetics, as well as such issues in Destinations, with regards to Adaptive capacity. Susanne Becken has included themes like Marketing, Natural disaster, Peak oil and Economic geography in her Hospitality management studies study.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Great barrier reef, Human geography, Air travel and Social media. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Climate change, Ecosystem and Social environment is strongly linked to Adaptation. She focuses mostly in the field of Human geography, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental planning and, in some cases, Conjoint analysis, Sustainable development, Natural beauty and Sustainable tourism.
Her Air travel study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Counterfactual thinking, Natural resource economics, Environmental impact of aviation and Carbon price. The Natural resource economics study which covers Crowding out that intersects with Economic impact analysis. The concepts of her Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Reef and Recreation.
Her main research concerns Human geography, Environmental planning, Carbon footprint, Poison control and Economic impact analysis. Susanne Becken interconnects Natural beauty, Climate change, Adaptation and Sustainable development in the investigation of issues within Human geography. Her studies in Environmental planning integrate themes in fields like Conjoint analysis and Sustainable tourism.
Her Carbon footprint study combines topics in areas such as Corporate governance, Economic system, Scale and Embeddedness. Her Poison control investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Natural disaster, Unexpected events, Economic geography, Negative relationship and Hospitality management studies. Susanne Becken brings together Economic impact analysis and Empirical research to produce work in her papers.
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Tourism and Climate Change: Risks and Opportunities
Susanne Becken;John E. Hay.
Climate Change and Tourism: Responding to Global Challenges.
D Scott;B Amelung;S Becken;J.-P Ceron.
Tourists' Perception of International Air Travel's Impact on the Global Climate and Potential Climate Change Policies
Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2007)
Energy use associated with different travel choices
Susanne Becken;David G Simmons;Chris Frampton.
Tourism Management (2003)
Understanding energy consumption patterns of tourist attractions and activities in New Zealand
Susanne Becken;David G Simmons.
Tourism Management (2002)
Measuring National Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Tourism as a Key Step Towards Achieving Sustainable Tourism
Susanne Becken;Murray Patterson.
Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2006)
Energy consumption patterns in the accommodation sector—the New Zealand case ☆
Susanne Becken;Chris Frampton;David Simmons.
Ecological Economics (2001)
Analysing international tourist flows to estimate energy use associated with air travel
Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2002)
Harmonising climate change adaptation and mitigation: the case of tourist resorts in Fiji.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2005)
How tourists and tourism experts perceive climate change and carbon-offsetting schemes.
Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2004)
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