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In this film, Geirangerfjord World Heritage administration and communication center is introduced.
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The circular economy reinvents business models focusing on intensifying and closing resource loops, so that raw materials loose as little value as possible. A NHH business school video.
Imke Zwoch NLPV
These three articles give you a thorough introduction to the concept of sustainability, its origin and history both as a scientific and political term.
While the official goal of sustainable development is a development that balances economic, social and environmental issues, this study finds that stakeholders in Geirangerfjord World heritage site perceive social issues to be the main goal of sustainable development.
On the 25th of September 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the UN Sustainable Development Goals. With 17 goals and 169 targets, the world leaders created a fundament to work towards a sustainable future.
The UN report “Our Common Future,” also called the Brundtland report, put sustainable development on the political agenda and still provides the most used definition of the term.
Congestion and crowding are terms often used interchangeably in the context of heavy visitation to tourist attractions. The two terms however point to different aspects of visitor density. Congestion relates to the physical conditions of high visitation. Crowding, on the other hand, relates to tourists’ perception of the presence of other tourists. This article looks at different drivers of perception of crowding in the Geirangerfjord world heritage site.
Surprisingly enough, the level of small particles in the air in the natural World Heritage site Geiranger Fjord was pre Covid-19 as high as in a medium range European city. The World Heritage foundation therefore started an air quality monitoring system in cooperation with the University of Bonn.
Geiranger World Heritage Administration
Video about air pollution in Geirangerfjord World heritage and the process to change it. Distributed by Geiranger World heritage administration.
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