Ms Nadine White BEnvTourMgt(Hons)(SCU) Nadine White is a researcher in the Southern Cross Business School. She has a Bachelor of Environmental Tourism Management and a Bachelor of Business in Tourism Management (First Class Honours) from Southern Cross University and is currently undertaking a PhD researching local government planning for climate change impacts and for tourism in New South Wales, Australia. She has received a number of awards for her studies including the Southern Cross University Medal. Her research interests are adaptive planning for climate change, the interrelationship between tourism and climate change, sustainable tourism and regional tourism.
Collaborative destination management planning: a case study of Byron Bay, Australia (with Jeremy Buultjens and Kate Neale), Journal of Travel and Tourism Research (2012)
Synergies between Australian Indigenous tourism and ecotourism: possibilities and problems for future development (with Jeremy Buultjens and Deborah Gale), Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2010)
This paper examines and finds synergies between indigenous tourism and ecotourism in Australia. Both were...
Local government planning responses to the physical impacts of climate change in New South Wales, Australia, The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses (2009)
Effective policy responses of governments to the impacts of unavoidable climate change require effective adaptation...
Complex inter-relationships between ecotourism and Indigenous peoples (with Amanda Shoebridge and Jeremy Buultjens), International handbook on ecotourism (2013)
Ecotourism and Indigenous peoples (with Jeremy Buultjens and Amanda Shoebridge), International handbook on ecotourism (2013)
Climate change policy responses of Australia and New Zealand national governments: implications for sustainable tourism (with Jeremy Buultjens), Tourism, climate change and sustainability (2012)
Tourism and the implications of climate change: issues and actions, Annals of Leisure Research (2012)
White, NE 2012, 'Tourism and the implications of climate change: issues and actions', Annals of...
Local governments’ risk-based approach to climate change adaptation: a missed opportunity for resilience in New South Wales, Southern Cross Business School research papers (2012)
Parts of New South Wales (NSW) have experienced warming of 1.5 to 2.0 degrees Celsius...
Adaptive planning and the physical impacts of climate change in NSW: why planning system reform is needed, NCCARF ACCARNSI Forum and Workshop for Early Career Researchers (2010)
Adaptive planning to the physical impacts of climate change in NSW local governments, NCCARF Social, Economics and Insititutional Dimensions Network (2010)
Planning adaptive responses to the physical impacts of climate change (PICC), including sea level rise,...
Tourism, climate change and adaptation: New South Wales local government responses, NCCARF Climate Adaptation Futures Conference (2010)
Regional Futures Institute, Southern Cross University, Australia
Climate change is one of the most significant...