Second Homes and Climate Change
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This book is the first to address the important interrelationship between second homes and climate change, which has become an increasingly relevant issue for many regions around the world.
Second homes are often a key source of tourist visitation as well as economic benefit for their host communities. The chapters provide an array of international case studies and climate change impacts, including the changing biocultural landscapes in Italy, hazard risks in the mountains of Poland, and the shifting media discussion on second homes and climate change in Finland. Topics covered focus on issues around planning and governance in second home locations, adaptation and mitigation measures implemented by second homeowners, and the influence of second homeowners’ place attachment in relation to second home impacts. It introduces the overall topic of second homes and climate change while also laying the groundwork for future work in this burgeoning area of research.
This book will be of significant interest to upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and academics in the fields of geography, tourism, planning, housing studies, regional development, environmental management, and disaster management. It would also be of use for professionals who engage with second home communities, particularly planners, government officials, and environmental officers.
Table of Contents
1. Second Homes and Climate Change: An Introduction
C. Michael Hall & Bailey Ashton Adie
2. Tourism Development and Climate Change Adaptation: Second Homes, Connectivity and Building Resilience to Wildfires in Wye River, Australia
Leonardo Nogueira de Moraes & Alan March
3. Impacts of Climate Change on Swedish Second Home Tourism
O. Cenk Demiroglu, Linda Lundmark, Dieter K. Müller, & Kaya Tokmakcioglu
4. Climate-wise Second Home Tourism. Policy and Media Discourses on the Climate Impacts of Second Homes in Finland
Kati Pitkänen & Manu Rantanen
5. Fighting Mother Nature: Second Homeowners, Risk Awareness, and Post-Disaster Planning on Fire Island, New York
Bailey Ashton Adie
6. How Plastic Talks: Second Homeowners as Entrepreneurs and Climate Change in Tulum, Mexico
Helene Balslev Clausen & Mario A Velázquez García
7. Extreme Weather Event Risk Awareness Among Second Home Owners and their Economic and Non-economic Response Strategies: Evidence from the Beskids Mountains in Poland
Adam Czarnecki, Aneta Dacko & Mariusz Dacko
8. Adrift Among the Vineyards. Second Homeowners’ Perceptions and Reactions About Climate Change in the Cultural Landscape of the Vineyards of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato, Italy
9. The Potential Use Pattern of Second Homes in Response to Climate Change - the Role of Place Attachment
Harpa Stefansdottir, Jin Xue, Petter Næss, Rasmus Nedergård Steffansen, Timothy Kevin Richardson
10. Conclusions and Future Directions
Bailey Ashton Adie & C. Michael Hall
Bailey Ashton Adie is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Tourism Research, Wakayama University, Japan, and the Chair of the Leisure Studies Association. She has a PhD in Management and Development of Cultural Heritage from IMT Lucca, Italy. Her research interests include community resilience, second homes, community-based tourism, World Heritage tourism, tourism and development, and heritage tourism. She is the author of the Routledge book, World Heritage and Tourism: Marketing and Management. She sits on the editorial boards of the Journal of Heritage Tourism, Tourism Geographies, Tourism Management Perspectives, and El Periplo Sustentable. Her work has been published in book chapters as well as in leading journals, including Annals of Tourism Research, Current Issues in Tourism, and Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
C. Michael Hall is Ahurei Professor in the Department of Management, Marketing and Tourism, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Visiting Professor and Docent in Geography, University of Oulu, Finland; Visiting Professor, School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University, Kalmar; Guest Professor, Department of Service Management and Service Studies, Lund University, Helsingborg, Sweden; Visiting Professor, CRiC, Taylors University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Eminent Scholar, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea. Co-editor of Current Issues in Tourism and Field Editor of Frontiers in Sustainable Tourism he publishes widely on tourism, sustainability, global environmental change, food, and regional development.