Visiting researcher Monica Nadegger from the University of Innsbruck has written a blog post on the webpage of Tirol Tourism Research based on her experiences and interviews among the colleagues of the ILA research group. Monica asks “Can we rethink tourism without mass tourism, carbon emissions, and the hunt for far-off places?” touching upon the proximity as a way to challenge the current mainstream understanding of tourism, considering and remaining sensitive to the “more-than-human”, the experiences from Pyhä-Luosto National Park, and they ways to come up with practical implications of tourism innovations relying on proximity. To view the full blog Research Spotlight: Proximity Tourism in the Anthropocene please visit:

Joonas Vola Yleinen