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Climate Change

Good Practice

 

Tourism in Schleswig-Holstein

  • 25 million bednights per year (10+ beds)
  • 75 million bednights per year (total)
  • 100+ million day-guests per year - Turnover: ca. 7 billion €
     

Effects of climate change at the German coast

PRIMARY:
» Long-term: Sea-level rise
» Long-term: Rising temperatures
» Already: Extreme weather (Storms, storm surges, flooding): affecting the attractiveness of tourism destinations

 

Climate change in Valais – Facts and figures

2060 in the Alps :
→ Temperatures : +1.4 to 3.8°C - Summer conditions close to those of the 2003 heat wave
→ Precipitations : uncertain, -5-10% in summer
→ More extreme events (raining periods in Spring)
→ Summer days (T°>25°, 800-1’500m) : 10/year → 30/year
→ Snowing days (1’500-2’500m) : 70/year → 50/year

Urban heat highlands :
→10° more in the Swiss cities than in the campaign
→ Sion show the highest temperature growth of Switzerland

 

News

Event

Nearly Zero Energy Hotels workshop!

 

Presentation of the European project neZEH & Roundtable & Exhibition 

 

12 September 14.35h

Organised by ENERGIES 2050

Venue: La Campagne St Lazare  04300 Forcalquier  Alpes de Haute-Provence (France)  
 

 

 

 

Tourism, Climate Change and Sustainability

The International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research (ICTHR), Bournemouth University, is pleased to announce this important conference with an aim to debate the broader conceptual ideas and contested relationships between climate change, sustainability and tourism as well as to examine worldwide responses and exchange cutting-edge research.

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