Emma J. Stewart (MPRTM (Lincoln), PGCEd (Glamorgan), PhD (Calgary)) is an Associate Professor in Tourism and Parks at Lincoln University, New Zealand. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Tourism in Marine Environments, and has a particular interest in Polar Tourism, protected area management, and climate change. Emma has experience with both the Arctic and Antarctic regions and is a Research Associate at the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA), based in Calgary, Canada. She is also a member of the International Polar Tourism Research Network.
- Research projects / interests:
- Values in decision-making
- Sustainable tourism in the polar regions
- Tourism in indigenous settings
- Cruise tourism
- Resident attitudes toward tourism development
- Climate change, vulnerability and social adaptation
- Interpretation and Parks and Protected Area Management
- For publications visit: Emma's staff profile at Lincoln
Keywords: Tourism, Environment, Polar Regions, Climate Change, Community-based Research, Parks and Protected Areas.