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Research for PECH Committee - Small scale fisheries and “Blue Growth” in the EU

18-04-2017

This study presents an overview of Blue Growth emerging industries and investigates the linkages with the traditional maritime activity of fisheries with emphasis on small-scale fisheries. Positive synergies are investigated as well as possible opportunities (and threats) that Blue Growth can or should offer to small-scale fisheries and coastal communities in the context of economic growth, employment and innovation.

This study presents an overview of Blue Growth emerging industries and investigates the linkages with the traditional maritime activity of fisheries with emphasis on small-scale fisheries. Positive synergies are investigated as well as possible opportunities (and threats) that Blue Growth can or should offer to small-scale fisheries and coastal communities in the context of economic growth, employment and innovation.

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Kim Stobberup, María Dolores Garza Gil, Aude Stirnemann-Relot, Arthur Rigaud, Nicolò Franceschelli, Roland Blomeyer (Blomeyer & Sanz)

The European Union and tourism: challenges and policy responses

10-03-2014

As the third largest socio-economic activity in the EU, tourism is important for growth and employment. Despite the depth of the economic crisis, the tourist industry in the EU has proved resilient with numbers of tourist trips remaining high. However, long-term trends suggest Europe is losing position in the global marketplace, with new destinations gaining ever growing market share. The Lisbon Treaty provides for faster and easier decision-making on EU measures in the field of tourism. Drawing ...

As the third largest socio-economic activity in the EU, tourism is important for growth and employment. Despite the depth of the economic crisis, the tourist industry in the EU has proved resilient with numbers of tourist trips remaining high. However, long-term trends suggest Europe is losing position in the global marketplace, with new destinations gaining ever growing market share. The Lisbon Treaty provides for faster and easier decision-making on EU measures in the field of tourism. Drawing on the new Treaty provisions, the European Commission has prepared a new policy framework, whose main objective is to make European tourism more competitive, modern, sustainable and responsible.

Turismo del patrimonio industriale e agriturismo in Europa

15-01-2013

La presente relazione fornisce una descrizione e un'analisi di come, perché, quando e dove si sono sviluppati in Europa il turismo basato sul patrimonio industriale e l'agriturismo. Essa illustra le problematiche attuali di tali tipi di turismo e formula proposte per ampliare entrambe le attività, renderle più efficaci e sostenibili e apportare maggiori vantaggi economici, ambientali e socioculturali alle comunità locali interessate e all'Europa nel suo complesso.

La presente relazione fornisce una descrizione e un'analisi di come, perché, quando e dove si sono sviluppati in Europa il turismo basato sul patrimonio industriale e l'agriturismo. Essa illustra le problematiche attuali di tali tipi di turismo e formula proposte per ampliare entrambe le attività, renderle più efficaci e sostenibili e apportare maggiori vantaggi economici, ambientali e socioculturali alle comunità locali interessate e all'Europa nel suo complesso.

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Bernard Lane, Richard Weston (Institute of Transport and Tourism, the UK), Nick Davies (Institute of Transport and Tourism, the UK), Elisabeth Kastenholz, Joana Lima and Janusz Majewsjki

La rete europea di piste ciclabili EuroVelo

15-08-2012

Oggetto del presente aggiornamento della relazione del 2009 è un'analisi delle sfide e delle opportunità legate allo sviluppo di una rete di cicloturismo in Europa. Lo studio è incentrato su EuroVelo, una rete costituita da 14 piste ciclabili di lunga distanza gestita dalla Federazione europea dei ciclisti e sviluppata da numerosi partner in diversi paesi. Lo studio analizza il mercato del cicloturismo e presenta un modello della domanda di EuroVelo. Inoltre offre una valutazione dei recenti sviluppi ...

Oggetto del presente aggiornamento della relazione del 2009 è un'analisi delle sfide e delle opportunità legate allo sviluppo di una rete di cicloturismo in Europa. Lo studio è incentrato su EuroVelo, una rete costituita da 14 piste ciclabili di lunga distanza gestita dalla Federazione europea dei ciclisti e sviluppata da numerosi partner in diversi paesi. Lo studio analizza il mercato del cicloturismo e presenta un modello della domanda di EuroVelo. Inoltre offre una valutazione dei recenti sviluppi dell'itinerario dell'ex Cortina di ferro.

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Richard Weston, Nick Davies, Les Lumsdon and Peter McGrath (Institute of Transport and Tourism, University of Central Lancashire, UK) , Paul Peeters, Eke Eijgelaar and Peter Piket (Centre for Sustainable Transport and Tourism, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands)

The European Cycle Route Network - Eurovelo - Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Tourism

15-04-2009

This study evaluates the challenges and opportunities of developing a cycle tourism network across Europe. It focuses on EuroVelo, a network of 12 long-distance routes managed by the European Cyclists’ Federation, which is being developed in different countries by a wide range of partners. The study reviews the market for cycle tourism in Europe and presents a EuroVelo demand modal. It reviews the carriage of cycles on trains. Finally, it evaluates the potential of the Iron Curtain Trail.

This study evaluates the challenges and opportunities of developing a cycle tourism network across Europe. It focuses on EuroVelo, a network of 12 long-distance routes managed by the European Cyclists’ Federation, which is being developed in different countries by a wide range of partners. The study reviews the market for cycle tourism in Europe and presents a EuroVelo demand modal. It reviews the carriage of cycles on trains. Finally, it evaluates the potential of the Iron Curtain Trail.

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Les Lumsdon, Richard Weston, Peter McGrath and Nick Davies (Institute of Transport and Tourism, University of Central Lancashire, UK) ; Paul Peeters, Eke Eijgelaar, Pieter Piket (Centre for Sustainable Transport and Tourism, Breda University, the Netherlands)

European Union Action in the Tourism Sector - Improving Support Measures for Sustainable Tourism

15-02-2002

The report is based on the analysis of a number of documents from the EU and the industry relevant to the nature of the tourism sector, policy-making issues, and the more general area of sustainable development. The introduction to the report outlines the process of sustainable tourism. It briefly discusses the effects of the 11th September, and provides a brief overview of the European tourism industry and its place in the global economy. The first part of the report presents options on EU policy ...

The report is based on the analysis of a number of documents from the EU and the industry relevant to the nature of the tourism sector, policy-making issues, and the more general area of sustainable development. The introduction to the report outlines the process of sustainable tourism. It briefly discusses the effects of the 11th September, and provides a brief overview of the European tourism industry and its place in the global economy. The first part of the report presents options on EU policy improvements that would facilitate the move towards this process. A total of 26 recommendations are suggested, alongside a systemic methodology to guide their implementation. The second Part of the report examines the arguments and evidence behind the policy improvement recommendations. It separates current EC funding programmes and EC sustainable development strategies, demonstrating current types of support measures for sustainable tourism. Evidence from four Member States (Germany, the UK, Portugal and Italy) is presented in this section to augment the perspective from which to view the policy recommendations of Part A. A series of Annexes support the document, including the reports from the four countries and information on EU funding programmes.

Autore esterno

Herbert Hamele (Ecotrans e.V. of Saarbrücken, Germany)

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