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Alumni Blogs

March 24, 2014
Kerry K-C
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Our alumni are developing reputations as bloggers:

Vicky Smith has a blog on Volunteer Tourism a " vehicle to air some commentary, enter some debate and discuss the developing industry sector that is Volunteer Tourism – highlighting the good and could-be-better." Vicky hopes others will contribute too.

Her paper on paper with Xavier Font entitled ‘Volunteer tourism, greenwashing and understanding responsible marketing using market signalling theory‘, was published in the Journal of Sustainable Tourism in January 2014 It has generated a lot of press coverage - more

Tweet @VolunteerTourismV (for volunteer tourism) @vickysmith to contact Vicky

Nick Stewart a sustainability professional specialising in marketing, communications, collaboration and engagement - tools for positive societal change, currently working in the Communications and Engagement team at South Downs National Park Authority  delivering integrated, multichannel awareness raising and behaviour change. More about Nick

Nick is currently working on a sustainable travel campaign called Discover More of the South Downs for Less designed to encourage visitors to ditch the car and get out to enjoy the longer, lighter days, thirteen popular visitor attractions including National Trust and RSPB are working with the National Park Authority to offer 2-for-1 entrance fees for public transport users. This is part of their “Discover Another Way” behaviour change campaign, being run jointly with the New Forest National Park Authority, encouraging visitors to swap the car in favour of other modes of transport in the National Park. Alongside improved public transport services and infrastructure development such as new cycle paths, by 2015 the campaigns aim to switch 370,000 car journeys to bus, train, cycling and walking instead, which equates to 11,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions. 

If more of you are blogging let me know and I'll add you here.

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