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Indigenous Communities, Tourism and Biodiversity Workshop Series: New Information and Web-based Technologies Workshop II: Islands Pacific Region. Chantal Robichaud Dr John S. Hull Carolyn Nodder Nathaniel Dobbin Professor Simon Milne . 3 – 5 November 2008, Samoa. Role of NZTRI.

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Chantal robichaud dr john s hull carolyn nodder nathaniel dobbin professor simon milne

Indigenous Communities, Tourism and Biodiversity Workshop Series:New Information and Web-based TechnologiesWorkshop II: Islands Pacific Region

Chantal Robichaud

Dr John S. Hull

Carolyn Nodder

Nathaniel Dobbin

Professor Simon Milne

3 – 5 November 2008, Samoa


Role of nztri

Role of NZTRI

  • Creating a network of researchers

  • Supporting Case Study Pilot Projects

  • Capacity building/training for business

  • Information sharing

  • Fund-raising


Workshop overview housekeeping

Workshop Overview/Housekeeping

Day 1

  • Opening prayer

  • Getting to know each other

  • Acknowledging relationships

  • Agenda

  • Types of Activities

  • Housekeeping

  • Why we are here?

  • Why we are not here?

  • Identifying trends


Information web technology goals

Information & Web Technology Goals

  • Look at ways Information & Web technologies can be used to communicate your message

  • Review and refine tools developed in the Arctic workshop

  • Identify effective use of ICT in the current market

  • Look at information balance and indicators to assess

  • Attempt to apply indicators and tools to existing websites

  • Identify external tools and sources to assist in reaching goals

  • Create a plan to move forward


Workshop overview housekeeping1

Workshop Overview/Housekeeping

Day 2

  • Review of Day 1

  • A way forward

  • Website resources

  • Assessment tools

  • Examining websites


Workshop overview housekeeping2

Workshop Overview/Housekeeping

Day 3

  • Review of Day 1 and 2

  • Defining needs

  • Challenges

  • Vision

  • Planning/proposed strategies

  • Future cooperation

  • Closing prayer


What is tourism

What is tourism?

Tourism is the temporary movement of people to destinations outside their normal places of work and residence, the activities undertaken during their stay in those destinations, and the facilities created to cater to their needs.

(Source: Mathieson and Wall 1982)


2009 ten top tourism trends

2009 Ten Top Tourism Trends

  • Repercussions of global economic slowdown

  • Continued concern for safety and security

  • Impact of fuel costs

  • Management of sustainable tourism

  • Increase in use of electronic and other technologies

  • Debate on climate change and tourism

  • Influence of mega events

  • Strategic planning for communities and nations

  • Introduction of new tourism products

  • Effect of natural and other disasters on tourism

    (Source: Edgell 2008)


Trends

Trends

CompetitiveIDemographicIEconomicINaturalITechnologicalIPoliticalI Cultural

Destination


Competition markets

Competition/Markets


Competition markets1

Competition/Markets

Competition

Markets

Less loyalty to destinations

Segmentation

Online booking popular

Search for quality/price

Late bookings

Increase in formal and informal sources of information

Educational/experiential increasing but beaches and shopping important

  • Increasing number of destinations

  • Increasing flexible packages and holidays

  • Authenticity and educational experiences

  • Niche products


Demographic

Demographic

Trends

Increasing population

Aging population

Urbanisation

Decline in the traditional family

Intergenerational travel popular


Economic

Economic

Trends

  • Rising incomes

  • Continued growth of national economies

  • Fluctuations in exchange rates

  • Polarisation of wealth

  • Increase in paid holiday entitlements

  • Shorter holidays vs. trip of a lifetime

  • Generation X important market that spends more than Boomers


Environment

Environment

Trends

Climate Change

Resource Depletion

Energy/water shortage

Deforestation/desertification

Biodiversity/species loss

  • Higher temperatures

  • Ozone depletion

  • Sea level rise

  • Loss of snow cover and permafrost

  • Glacial melt in polar regions

  • Extreme weather events/natural disasters

Disease

Interest in sustainability


Political

Political

Trends

  • Travelers seek safe, secure destinations

  • Security policies can be a hindrance to travel


Socio cultural

Socio-Cultural

Trends

  • Money rich-time poor/working vacations

  • Individualism, self-reliance

  • Self-improvement

  • Value for money/good service

  • Experimental/authentic/educational

  • Safety conscious

  • Social/environmental concern

  • Influence of media/pop culture

  • Healthier lifestyles/well-being

  • Small groups/clubs

    (Source: Dwyer 2007)


Indigenous communities tourism and biodiversity workshop series new information and web based technologies worksho

International and Domestic Markets

Tourism

Attractions

and

Activities

Transport

Accommodation

Natural and

Socio-Economic

Environment

Other

Infrastructure

Other

Tourism

Services

Local Residents

Institutional

Elements

Adapted from: Inskeep, 1991.


Indigenous ecotourism circle

Indigenous EcoTourism Circle

Our Home, Our Heritage,

Our Story, Our Future

- with Authenticity and

Meaningfulness -

Indigenous Ownership

and Control

Local Assessment

All with Balance and Sustainability

Caring Relationship

with Nature:

Spiritually, Physically,

Emotionally, and

intellectually

Livelihood Based on

Traditional Knowledge


Indigenous communities tourism and biodiversity workshop series new information and web based technologies worksho

International and Domestic Markets

Tourism

Attractions

and

Activities

Transport

Accommodation

Our Home, Our Heritage,

Our Story, Our Future

- with Authenticity and

Meaningfulness -

Indigenous Ownership

and Control

Local Assessment

Caring Relationship

with Nature:

Spiritually, Physically,

Emotionally, and

intellectually

Livelihood Based on

Traditional Knowledge

Other

Infrastructure

Other

Tourism

Services

Local Residents

Institutional

Elements

Adapted from: Inskeep, 1991.


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