Friday, November 15, 2013
This volume is built on the studies and workshops, and on the experience of some 60 experts and practitioners working on indicators in more than 20 countries. It is intended to bring information on the state of the art in development and use of indicators to those who need good information and who can influence the future of tourism and its destinations. This Guidebook is designed to bring practical assistance to tourism and destination managers, and to encourage them to use indicators as a building block for sustainable tourism in their destinations. There is a Case Study regarding Balearic Islands (Spain): " Integrated Tourism Management throughSustainability Indicators"