The Scientist Meets the Tourism Operator

Think Sustainability

Episode 162

Many of us want to see the Great Barrier Reef before it’s too late. There’s something about the experience of seeing its vast coral shelves in real life that makes it more real to us. And once we’ve experienced it, we might be more likely to care about it.

In this episode of Think: Sustainability, we take a look at how tourism can create advocates, or sometimes citizen scientists, out of tourists. Tourism operators and scientists are working together to achieve common goals, and we see just what makes that relationship successful.

Featuring:

  • Gemma Gillette, PhD Candidate, Climate Change Cluster, University of Technology Sydney
  • Lorna Howlett, PhD Candidate, Climate Change Cluster, University of Technology Sydney and Crew Member, Wavelength Cruises
  • Hanne Nielsen, Lecturer in Antarctic Law and Governance, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania

Producer: Josh Green
Presenter: Marlene Even

Music: Epidemic Sound
Photo: Gemma Gillette

 

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