TObeWELLCOST

WG 4. Network – Towards research – informed policy making on Tourism, Wellbeing and Ecosystem Services.

 

This WG aims to provide a critical analysis and review of EU policies and practices with regard to their impact on the interrelationships of tourism wellbeing and ecosystem services. The review will also embrace a comparative international study exploring policy and best practice within and beyond the EU. The WG will construct a detailed data base of such policy evidence. The key objectives of the WG include:

  • An examination of key policy questions, such as what are the institutions, mechanisms, incentives on regulations that are the most effective in securing the benefits of health and wellbeing from tourism
  • To bridge the gap between research science communities and policy making, by promoting a dialogue and learning exchange between the different regions and countries of the project partners.
  • Translating and making accessible the research undertaken by the Action into a format of use to policy makers.

 

ChairVice Chair

Dr Anya DIEKMANN             

adiekman@ulb.ac.be

Prof Anna DLUZEWSKA      

dluzewska.a@gmail.com

MC Members 

Ms Anya TUOHINO

anja.tuohino@uef.fi

Ms Heli MURISTAJA

heli.muristaja@ut.ee

Dr Sasa POLJANEC-BORIC

sasa.boric@pilar.hr

Prof Anne-Mette HJALAGER

hjalager@sam.sdu.dk

Dr Jean-Paul CERON

ceronp01@gmail.com

 

Dr Fernando CORREIA

F.Correia@hull.ac.uk

Dr Heather HARTWELL

hhartwell@bournemouth.ac.uk

 

Dr Tatiana KLUVANKOVA-ORAVSKA

progkluv@savba.sk

 

Dr Scott MCCABE

Scott.Mccabe@nottingham.ac.uk

Prof Stefan GÖSSLING

stefan.gossling@ism.lu.se

Dr Gilles RUDAZ

Gilles.Rudaz@unige.ch

Dr Stela BALTOVA

baltova.stela@acad.ibsedu.bg

 

Ms Anna SVERRISDOTTIR

annagsverris@gmail.com

 
Non-MC Members
 PoD Alicja GONIA  MA Monika KOZŁOWSKA ADAMCZAK
PhD Hanna Michniewicz-Ankiersztajn   

 



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