Journal of Sustainable Tourism

Type

Journal

Institution

Taylor and Francis Online

Platform

Taylor and Francis Online

Cost

Contains open access

Available in

English

Description*

This journal aims at advancing critical understanding of the relationships between tourism and sustainable development. It focusses on the economic, social, cultural, political, organizational, or environmental aspects, of the relationship between tourism and sustainable development. It can be accessed through the website of Taylor & Francis Online, an academic publishing platform.

The journal publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on sustainable tourism, including from the wider social sciences, or from mixed domains of social and natural sciences.

Some of the most cited articles of the journal are:

  • A critical framework for interrogating the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 Agenda in tourism
  • Indigenous peoples and tourism: the challenges and opportunities for sustainable tourism
  • The “war over tourism”: challenges to sustainable tourism in the tourism academy after COVID-19
  • Decolonising tourism and development: from orphanage tourism to community empowerment in Cambodia
  • Digitalization and sustainability: virtual reality tourism in a post pandemic world Tourism and refugee-crisis intersections: co-creating tour guide experiences in Leeds, England
  • Tourism policies and inclusive development: the case of Kenya and Rwanda