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 Students for Sustainable Tourism

SST engages undergraduate and graduate students from multiple disciplines in understanding and promoting sustainable tourism by providing first hand experience in the field through creating service, community outreach, and professional development opportunities.

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  NC GreenTravel

If you own or manage a lodging, restaurant, park, entertainment or other travel-oriented business, the NC GreenTravel website will provide you with information to help you become more competitive in the green travel arena.Whether your facility is in the mountains, the piedmont, or the coastal area of North Carolina, we can help you go green and save green!

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For more information contact Tom Rhodes at the NC Division of Environmental Assistance and Outreach at (919) 707-8140, or Alex Naar the CST's Director of Outreach at (252) 737-1346

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Friday, November 14, 2008

1:00 p.m.   Welcome by Dr. Patrick Long, Director, Center for Sustainable Tourism
1:10 p.m.   Importance and Potential of this Gathering
  • Congressman Walter B. Jones
1:30 p.m.   Trends in National and Regional Recreation and Tourism Behaviors
  • Dr. Ken Cordell, Pioneering Scientist and Project Leader, USDA Forest Service Research and Development
  • Introduction by Dr. Rick Niswander, Dean, College of Business
2:30 p.m.  Break
2:45 p.m.  Comments
  • Professor Scott Curtis, Atmospheric Scientist, ECU, Dr. Steve Rebach, Associate Director, North Carolina Sea Grant Program and Dr. John Rummel, Director, Institute for Coastal Science and Policy
  • Application of Climate Data to Tourism Business Decision-Making—An Interactive Session with Tourism Business Owners and Operators.
  • J. Neal Lott, Chief, Data Access Branch, National Climatic Data Center, NOAA
  • Introduction by Dr. Lorry King, Director, Coastal Resources Management Program
  • Tourism Business Owners and Operators Reactor Panel
  • Moderator, Jason Oliver, College of Business
  1. Jeff Greiner, Vice President of Marketing, Wildwater, LTD. Asheville, NC
  2. Bob Farren, Director of Grounds and Golf Course Management, Pinehurst Resort & County Club
  3. Patricia McRitchie, Owner/Operator, McRitchie Winery and Cider Works
  4. Tim Lampkin, Asheville Convention & Visitor Bureau
  5. Carolyn McCormick, Executive Director, Outer Banks Tourism Authority
  6. Donna Kain, Assistant Professor, Department of English (Technical and Professional Discourse) and Natural Hazards Research Center
4:45 p.m.   Summary of the Afternoon and Preview of Tomorrow's Program
  • Dr. Patrick Long, Director, Center for Sustainable Tourism
5:00 p.m.   Social—Emerge Gallery in Uptown Greenville
  • Hosted by Mayor Pat Dunn and City Manager Wayne Bowers
6:30 p.m.   Dine with the Presenters
  • Make a reservation to have dinner with a presenter in Uptown Greenville. Refer to the program to make your selection, and indicate the presenter on the registration form.
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