Green practices in event tourism dissertation

Document Type:Dissertation

Subject Area:Tourism

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Assessment helps in operational context influence. Through this, aims are achieved. The literature review gaps showed an issue to solve regarding the miss information related to green practices and application on Event Tourism industry, therefore, this research purpose will focus on that. The case will be introduced by an explanation of the ontology/epistemology/methodology of it. This study used purposive sampling technique for the data collection. Specific examples of data. Interview and conversing Documentation of document and interview were all in Spanish, Mexico’s first language therefore, they were transcribed in Spanish and translated to English by the researcher.   Another person’s explanation of some behaviour or action; a recollection. Analysis. Data collected was analysed following the epistemology position of realist, which seeks to objective reliable data production, a wider representation of population from drawn interview samples.

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The advantage of using this model basically provides one with a platform to analyse based event of sustainable development. It provides an overflow and overview of both negative and positive impact. Helps in assisting risk key factors for a city holding an event. One can argue in a perspective that this model is a progression in a nature way from sustainable development framework appraisal. Drivers-Pressure-State- Impact- Response DPSIR has been used to determine and analyse factors that interrelate and impacting the sustainability of an event. When dealing with this model, society absence will limit the appropriate model when dealing with sustainable development. DPSIR MODEL. The model provides events components information. We can have an identification and demonstration connectivity and estimate effective response identification.

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It was designed for indicators of sustainability and tools measure of sustainable development. Events held with sustainability principles putting in mind the barring operations consequences usually leads to saving a lot of costs. Environmental adoption management strategies to be precise the energy efficiency, disposal of waste often most of the time have low levels of consumption. This leads to insurance premiums that’s lower, accidents being few and legal costs are avoided. Events can have positive impact on the environment. This is through the influence of stakeholder’s attitude and values. With regards to the years in business operation, most companies have been operating for 6-10 years (52%), 1-5 years (23. 5%), 11-15 years (19. 5%), 16 years and above (4. 0%) and for less than 1 year (1 %). As for the number of time events are organized in a year, 4 or more events (52%), 3 events (40.

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048*** R2. 002 Adjusted R2. 003 F. 430 The economic sustainability practices contribute 3% towards the outcome. Most of the respondents agree that they focus on economic sustainability business practices for profitability and financial viability (M = 4. 05, **p <0. 01, ***p <0. 001 The overall results of environmental sustainability aspect reveal that the respondents feel neutral about practicing sustainable business for the environment. The respondents have neutral agreements (M=3. 09 to 3. Sustainability and standardisation rating system will provide a well elaborated information for different stakeholders. CONCLUSIONS The overall findings of this study revealed that respondents in Mexico positively support the implementation of sustainable business practices in organizing festive events. However, environmental sustainability was the least practiced compared to those of economic and socio-cultural in event tourism. The lack of support for environmental sustainability may cause harm and bring about negative effects on the environment.

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These negative effects include creating footprints ecology that’s enormous with high energy consumption, basic needs and natural resources, as well as simultaneously producing a large volume of waste and carbon emissions. Tourism sustainable definition is very diverse and hence it does not have a distinct definition. Most of the literature materials reflects more on economic, social, and environmental. This are the three main themes of sustainability. Innovation limiting factor of sustainability are mostly expensive. Companies do not ever realise of economic gain usually gets bigger by time once they put investment on something. Master thesis, University of Exeter. Raj, R. , & Musgrave, J. The Economics of Sustainable Events. In R. M. and Peattie, K. (2010): Sustainability Marketing: A Global Perspective, Chichester: Elsevier.

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