ESHTE lança “Sustainable Tourism Law”

O lançamento do livro “Sustainable Tourism Law” está marcado para o próximo dia 9, terça-feira, às 16h00, no Cascais Visitor Center.

A Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril (ESHTE) lança, na próxima terça-feira, o livro Sustainable Tourism Law. Com prefácio do pelo secretário-geral da Organização Mundial do Turismo, Zurab Pololikashvili, a obra inclui os contributos de diversos autores europeus, do continente americano e China.

O livro surge na sequência da conferência realizada há um ano, a qual constituiu um “Event on the Celebrations Map and Calendar, as well as in the Report of the International Year to the United Nations General Assembly”. O lançamento da publicação terá lugar no próximo dia 9 de Outubro, às 16h00, no Cascais Visitor Center.

Além do secretário-geral da OMT, que prefacia, a obra conta ainda com contributos especiais de personalidades como a secretária de Estado do Turismo, Ana Mendes, da secretária Regional da Energia, Ambiente e Turismo dos Açores, Marta Guerreiro, Raúl Filipe, presidente da ESTHE, José Manuel Alho, da direcção da Fundação Inatel e António Ceia da Silva, presidente da Entidade Regional de Turismo do Alentejo e Ribatejo.

Conheça, abaixo, alguns dos temas abordados no livro e respectivos autores:

Zurab Pololikashvili

Secretary-General

World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)

 

Ana Mendes Godinho

Secretary of State of Tourism

 

Raúl Filipe

President of ESHTE

 

José Manuel Alho

Member of the Board of Directors of the INATEL Foundation

 

António Ceia da Silva

President of the Alentejo Tourism Board

 

Marta Guerreiro

Regional Secretary for Energy, Environment and Tourism of the Azores Regional Government

 

 

Vincenzo Franceschelli

From Tourism to Sustainable Tourism: An Italian Approach

 

Michael Wukoschitz

Sustainable tourism and consumer protection – perfect match or contradiction?

 

Francisco Javier Melgosa Arcos

Evolution of sustainability in the European Union tourism policy

 

Francesco Torchia

Tourism and heritage: the role of the Widespread Hotel                          

 

Ernst Führich

Umbrella label for booking sustainable tourism services                          

 

Silvia Feliu

The binding force of legislative instruments for sustainable tourism law

 

Avelino Blasco Esteve

Private holiday rentals in Spanish law

 

Francesco Morandi

The UNWTO Draft Convention on the Protection of Tourists and on the Rights and Obligations of Tourism Service Providers

 

Jacqueline Tanti-Dougall

Legal Provisions pertaining to Sustainable Tourism for the Accommodation Sector, and their applicability thereto                                              

 

Alejandro Corral Sastre

Quality and sustainable tourism development in a context of economic liberalization: guiding principles of tourism policies

 

Pilar Juana Garcia Saura

Sustainability and social responsibility in the regulations and management of collaborative hosting in big cities. Overview of the legal framework for the housing for tourism use   

 

Joana M. Socías Camacho

Competition law versus spatial planning in vacation rentals in Spain                 

 

Julio Facal

Planning and sustainable development of tourism resources            

 

Marcos Iglesias Caridad

The taxation of sustainable tourism in Spain

 

Diego Augusto Benítez

Legal sustainability of adventure tourism  

 

Valérie Augros

The mountain, a territory for a sustainable tourism law in France      

 

João de Almeida Vidal

The implications of the Draft UNWTO convention on the Protection of Tourists and the Rights and Obligations of Tourism Service Providers on the intermediaries facilitating the provision of standalone accommodation

 

Ana Branca Soeiro de Carvalho

The Global Code of Ethics for Tourism – the belief that tourism can make a meaningful contribution to people                                                 

 

Joandre Antonio Ferraz

Legal protection of sustainable tourism in Brazil

 

Marcelo Oliveira

The obligations of Brazilian travel agencies regarding the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism – effectiveness or illusion?                    

 

Afonso Pedro Ribeiro Café

Global Code of Ethics for Tourism and Charter for Sustainable Tourism in a crossing point with effective and sustainable rights

 

Virgílio Machado, Joaquim Contreiras, Paulo Carrasco

Local developments of the world summit on Sustainable Tourism+ 20: The municipal sustainable charter of surf in Aljezur, Portugal

 

Castanheira Lopes

Sustainability as a strategic vector of tourism                      

 

Ventura Enrique Mota Flores

The principles of Tourism Law as a basis for sustainable tourism   

 

Ardyllis Alves Soares

Dialogues between tourism, development and sustainability: the contribution of the World Charter for Sustainable Tourism +20

 

Sheila Sánchez Bergara

Appellations of origin in tourism: toward a sustainable development

 

Belén Peña Cabrera

Sustainable Tourism in Argentina

 

Patricia Benavides Velasco

A New Draft Regulation of Package Travels in Spain                               

 

Valérie Augros

The implementation of the new PTD in France: a balanced deal between all actors?

 

Inmaculada González Cabrera

The regulation of the dynamic package in the Directive (EU) 2015/2302 A missed opportunity for the European Legislator?                                                     

 

Andrej Mićović

Sustainable tourism development in the Danube region: law and policy

 

Carlos Torres

Sustainability: the road from Stockholm to European Charter for Sustainable and Responsible Tourism

 

Luís António Fonseca de Almeida

The international civil aviation organization and environment

 

Hermes Navarro del Valle

Sustainable Tourism: the Costa Rica Case

 

Antonia Paniza Fullana

Tourist and consumer protection: UNWTO Draft Convention on the Protection of Tourists and on the Rights and Obligations of Tourism Service Providers

 

Miguel Amado

A tourism development strategy to Oé-Cusse Ambeno Region in East-Timor

 

Tasman Tam

Law on tourism in China – Mainland China and Hong Kong

 

Mário Carlos Beni

Governance for a Sustainable Development in Tourism

 

Eduardo Moraes Sarmento

A legal approach to sustainable development indicators (SDIS) in tourism