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ANCB Call for Submission - Smart Tourism 2014
Call for proposals, ideas, information, projects and papers from the
fields of architecture/design, planning, culture, environment, health,
mobility, economy, science etc. concerned with smart tourism for a new
ANCB programme with events across diverse formats.
Deadline for submissions: 31 July 2014 to jd(at) aedes-network-campus.de
About the Programme
This ANCB programme aims to stimulate a broad discourse about
forward-thinking development in tourism. It will focus on different
locations and regions around the world and discuss local solutions with
the potential to establish robust infrastructures for both permanent
inhabitants and visitors. With a growing tourism industry worldwide, the
programme looks at the ethical dimension of tourism and how to deal
with the challenge of smartness – and how we might define it - in the
age of climate change, globalisation and the need for economic prospect
in tourist destinations. Crucially, it addresses this normally abstract
issue through the focus of architecture and urbanism while bringing into
debate a wide range of voices from the field of governance, industry,
technology, economy, urban planning, architecture and travel.
Call for Content Professionals from industry and academia concerned with smart
tourism are invited to submit their work for consideration for inclusion
in this ANCB programme. The programme will be used to generate fresh
ideas and approaches and to instigate a rethinking of smart tourism in
the global age, particularly from a spatial and planning perspective but
with key input from other fields.
The material you submit will not be published or communicated
though any of our media unless we have contacted you again to ask for
permission or invite you to develop it further.
Submissions: Please send abstracts,
information, links, ideas and proposals - outlined in 1 A4 page max. as a
pdf or links in the email body - together with a short background text
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.