ATLAS annual conference 2011 "Landscape and tourism: The dualistic relationship" - Latvia

ATLAS annual conference 2011 "Landscape and tourism: The dualistic relationship" - Valmiera, Latvia, 21-23 September 2011

Conference themes and Call for papers

Landscapes vary. Landscape diversity creates unique local and national value for individuals, business, societies and governments alike. Somewhere too densely populated, somewhere else inhabited incredibly scarcely, and yet somewhere else exploited and abandoned; a sparsely inhabited paradise is an unreachable dream to many in urbanized society.
Yet, even when finding it, can a modern person fully enjoy it? Tourism is often a rarely realised opportunity to solve many of those contradictions. Images, expectations and reality, extensive use and protection, remoteness and urbanization - many of these dualistic issues are waiting to be discussed to find common understanding and solutions.

The conference will focus on four main themes:

I. Landscape and Tourism: Sustainability and Planning Aspects
II. Landscape and Tourism: Generating Economic Value
III. Landscape and Tourism in Technological Solutions
IV. Landscape and Tourism: Advances in Research and Education

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