He has been a tourism and land use planner and sustainable development expert with fourteen years of experience working with municipal governments, international organizations, and private sector firms on site planning, ecotourism strategies, master planning and landscape planning.
He has worked extensively in areas adjacent to national parks and coastal areas that are designated as ecotourism destinations with focus on preservation of natural and cultural resources and he has also worked in upgrading urban areas that rely on tourism as a vehicle to the revitalization of their livelihoods.
His recent areas of research focus on the Red Sea coast as a tourism destination and the process of tourism development that occurs in Egypt from the constitution level through policy down to implementation, with specific interest in mapping the entire process and identifying the weak areas in the process in order to propose adequate solutions.
From the discovery of fire by ancient ancestors to modern space explorations, it has been curiosity and the pursuit for a better future that has made humanity explore and innovate.
He recently returned from long-term ethnographic fieldwork on transforming practices of capitalism and cultural tourism within the Lao People's Democratic Republic.
Additional recent research and writing projects have focused on tourism, Christian missionaries, and the production of ethnicity in Northern Thailand; changing mathematical practices in textile production workplaces; and schools, learning and the promotion of 'traditional crafts' in Northern Thailand.
She has conducted fieldwork in two rural, ethnic minority villages in southwestern China since 2006, with a particular emphasis on understanding the impact of tourism on village social relations, individual conceptualizations of self, and local perspectives on travel and modernization.
But to understand this unique and unforgettable influence on design, it is first important to question the reasons for this fascination and why it was so important to those who strived to achieve it; not only in transport to space, but in our every day lives and tasks....
He was also awarded the Scott Traveling Scholarship from the Department of Landscape Architecture/Environmental Planning which enabled him to travel to several countries in Africa and Europe to examine sustainable tourism development in other delta landscapes.
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However, it is an excellent piece of film work for the time and also because the short, primitive science fiction film envisioned things that happen in real space travel long before the actual moon landing event occurred many years after the film was produced..
This encompasses three themes: the political economy of resource-based sectors (nature tourism, mineral extraction), the politics of conservation, and urban environmental justice politics.
Robin's dissertation, Politics Where the Wild Things Are: Nature Tourism, Property Rights, and Traditional Leadership in Rural Botswana and South Africaseeks to answer the question, how does engagement in tourism affect local political relations?
We have broke this into two main parts, one being earth to satellite to planet and back, and the other being planetary ground transmission to and from astronauts to rovers to space stations.
Asteroid mining, building launch facilities on the moon, tourism, and space manufacturing are only some of the many opportunities that are being considered.
She looks at tourism/urban planning in heritage sites as a means to imagine the future for the Cubans, as well as to demonstrate Cuban socialism to the global audience.
Representative text: “Tourism Development in Socialist Cuba: Old Havana and Its Residents.” Research Report.
She holds a BA in Chinese History, also from UC Berkeley.
Having come to urban planning after several years in the travel industry, including three years leading adventure tours in China and Vietnam, Jennifer combines a critical interdisciplinary perspective with a commitment to applied work.
He hopes to develop an academic career in Psychological Anthropology and explore other ways in which psychological processes such as identity formation intersect with cultural processes such as cultural tourism.