1. In Memoriam Konrad Czapiewski (1979–2022)
Katarzyna Leśniewska-Napierała, Tomasz Napierała
Katarzyna Leśniewska-Napierała, Iwona Pielesiak, Giancarlo Cotella
3.Urban sustainable tourism – reality or utopia?
Sylwia Kaczmarek, Jacek Kaczmarek
4.Sustainability of studies on sustainable tourism – a bibliometric approach
Tomasz Napierała, Katarzyna Leśniewska-Napierała, Mohammed Al-Rawhani, Rovshen Bayramdurdyyev, Hubert Bugaj, Abdurrahman Cetin, Joromain Gonzalvo
5.Tourism as an opportunity to effectively counteract marginalisation. The case of the Italian national strategy for inner areas
Giancarlo Cotella, Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone
6.Unveiling forms of participation in the governance of UNESCO world heritage sites
Francesca Taormina, Sara Bonini Baraldi
7.Planning sustainable tourism in UNESCO wine regions: the case of the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato area
Vanessa Assumma, Marta Bottero, Claudia Cassatella, Giancarlo Cotella
8.Barriers and challenges to sustainable physical planning for mountain destinations and second-home developments in the mountain region of south-eastern Norway: the reign of governments or developers?
Even Tjørve, Kathleen M. C. Tjørve, Kelvin Owusu
9.Discourses regarding the sustainability and environmental considerations in physical planning of second homes in Norwegian mountain destinations: a comparison between governmental documents, research literature and the general media
Even Tjørve, Kathleen M. C. Tjørve
10.Co-evolution of tourism and industrial sectors: the case of the Bełchatów industrial district
Tomasz Napierała, Katarzyna Leśniewska-Napierała, Marta Nalej, Iwona Pielesiak
11.The spatial, temporal and structural approach to interregional tourism inflows’ sustainability – on the example of four Erasmus+ SPOT project case study regions
Marcin Mazur, Konrad Czapiewski, Denis Cerić
12.Understanding the impact of tourism on spatial growth for sustainable development of tourist destinations through the measure of land use efficiency
Tagore Sai Priya Nunna, Ankhi Banerjee
13.Planning for sustainable city tourism in the Netherlands
Peter Nientied, Rudina Toto
14.Challenges of the tourism sector in Lithuania in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: State aid instruments and the efficiency of the tourism business support
Gintare Pociute-Sereikiene, Viktorija Baranauskienė, Darius Liutikas, Edis Kriaučiūnas, Donatas Burneika
15.Dialogue with the community in the planning process. How to use the participatory approach as a planning tool for the community’s benefit?
Aseem Deuskar, Ketevan Khozrevanidze, Zeynep Ozeren, Iga Paradowska
16.Supermarket deserts in the Polish trade landscape in comparison with the global development trends in this sector
Agnieszka Rochmińska
17.Estimating urban vulnerability to flood and heat hazards: A case study in the municipality of Thessaloniki, Greece
Vasileios Lazaridis, Dionysis Latinopoulos
18.Towards a sustainable management model of the “Festa dos Tabuleiros”
José Luís Braga, André Camponês, João Pinto Coelho, Miguel Pereira, Óscar Lima Silva
19.LUMMINA G. HORLINGS (Ed.), "Sustainable place-shaping: what, why and how. Findings of the SUSPLACE program Deliverable D7.6 Synthesis report", 2019, 85 pages
Katarzyna Leśniewska-Napierała

Recent Submissions