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Session1 02 Anna Spenceley Keynote

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• Presentation made at the Sustainable Tourism in Small Island Developing States conference, 23-24 November 2017, Seychelles. A partnership of the Seychelles Sustainable Tourism Foundation, IUCN WCPA Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group, University of Seychelles, Paris Tourism Sorbonne (IREST), and Global Sustainable Tourism Council.

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Session1 02 Anna Spenceley Keynote

  1. 1. Keynote: Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas Dr Anna Spenceley Chair, IUCN Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group Board member, Global Sustainable Tourism Council Editorial board, Journal of Sustainable Tourism Honorary Fellow, University of Brighton Senior Research Fellow, University of Johannesburg annaspenceley@gmail.com 23 November 2017
  2. 2. We envision a future where tourism associated with protected areas has a positive impact on biodiversity, and where tourism is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable
  3. 3. What is the TAPAS Group? IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) Specialist Group Voluntary technical network Specialists on tourism and protected areas and areas of particular importance to biodiversity
  4. 4. What we do – develop knowledge PARKSThe I n t er n ational Jo urnal of Protected Areas and Co nser vation Issue 18.2: December 2012 Developing capacity for apr otected pl anet Review Copy 5 November 2014 Tourism and Visitor Management in Protected Areas Guidelines for sustainability Edited by Yu Fai Leung, Anna Spenceley, Glen Hvenegaard and Ralf Buckley, in collaboration with 54 contributors, Craig Groves, Series Editor Developing Capacity for a Protected Planet Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines Series No. XX Released Sept 2017 in English, French & Spanish Publications including Best Practice Guidelines, Journal special editions, & technical reports
  5. 5. - build capacity iSimangaliso concessions training, 2017 Maputo concessions training, 2017 Webinars iSimangaliso concessions training, 2017 Maputo concessions training, 2017
  6. 6. - network IUCN conferences (WCC, WPC) ‘Speed Dating’ Regional conferences Social media
  7. 7. Our people Strategy and fundraising: Anna Spenceley (Chair) Communities & Heritage: Sue Snyman (Vice chair) Biodiversity: Yu-Fai Leung Economics: Barbara Engels Knowledge development: Megan Epler Wood Capacity building: Thiago Souza Membership: Sergey Shirokiy Communication: Jeremy Sampson IUCN focal point: Giulia Carbone
  8. 8. Find out more, or join! Membership application: http://tinyurl.com/tapasmembership Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tourism-and- Protected-Areas-Specialist-Group/122961127797095 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4735342 Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/planeta/tapasgroup Wiki: http://planeta.wikispaces.com/tapas Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/117973343043881234019/posts IUCN Website: http://www.iucn.org/about/work/programmes/gpap_home/gpap_c apacity2/gpap_wcpacap/gpap_tourism/
  9. 9. Thanks to IUCN WCPA Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group technical committee & abstract reviewers: Acknowledgements Alexa Mossaz Barbara Engels Bruce Downie Charles Besancon Issa Torres Kathleen Fitzgerald Kelly Bricker Lloyd Gardner Marissa Altmann Oscar Ouma Peter Nizette Seema Bhatt Sue Snyman
  10. 10. Today • Session 2: Evaluation of financial and economic benefits of tourism in protected areas • Session 3: Destination management and the application of standards and certification tools for protected areas • Session 4: Impacts on biodiversity of protected area tourism Tomorrow • Session 5: Tourism concessions and partnerships • Session 6: Community-benefits and socio-economic linkages from protected areas Protected area themes
  11. 11. Session 2: Evaluation of financial and economic benefits of tourism in protected areas Kajala et al, 2007
  12. 12. Session 2: Evaluation of financial and economic benefits of tourism in PAs https://www.nps.gov/subj ects/socialscience/vse.ht m
  13. 13. Session 3: Destination management and the application of standards and certification tools for protected areas
  14. 14. Session 3: Destination management and the application of standards and certification tools for protected areas http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/visit-the- reef/choose-a-high-standard-operator
  15. 15. Session 4: Impacts on biodiversity of protected area tourism Reduce, re-use, recycle waste Indigenous plants Wildlife interactions
  16. 16. Session 4: Impacts on biodiversity of protected area tourism Indigenous plants © Justin Hoffman BBC World Service
  17. 17. Session 5: Tourism concessions and partnerships
  18. 18. Flow diagram: to concession or not? Spenceley, Snyman and Eagles 2017
  19. 19. Session 6: Community-benefits and socio-economic linkages from protected areas Community-based small business Joint venture between community and private sector operator Spenceley, Rylance, Nanabahay and van der Watt, 2016
  20. 20. Ashley C. (2006)
  21. 21. Today • Session 2: Evaluation of financial and economic benefits of tourism in protected areas • Session 3: Destination management and the application of standards and certification tools for protected areas • Session 4: Impacts on biodiversity of protected area tourism Tomorrow • Session 5: Tourism concessions and partnerships • Session 6: Community-benefits and socio-economic linkages from protected areas Protected area themes
  22. 22. Thank you! Dr Anna Spenceley Email: annaspenceley@gmail.com Phone: +248 2564 559 Skype: annaspenceley Twitter: @anna_spenceley Blog: annaspenceley.wordpress.com Website: www.anna.spenceley.co.uk Spenceley & Rylance, 2016

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