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The Sustainable Tourism Case Studies Clearinghouse aims to provide examples of how the tourism industry is addressing a variety of challenges – from workforce housing to coastal degradation. NC State University students have designed these case studies to highlight solutions from tourism destinations across the United States and around the world, so community leaders and tourism stakeholders can adapt solutions to fit the unique challenges of their destination.

NC State students want to know what sustainable tourism challenges you are facing. Solutions to these challenges will be shared in the NC State Extension Sustainable Tourism Case Study Clearinghouse. Share the challenges you’d like solutions for HERE with a brief survey.

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Case Studies

Current Student Researchers

Portrait of young womenCharanya Srinivasan
is a Junior in Environmental and Political Science with a concentration in law and policy. She is from Cary, North Carolina. She has a passion for Environmental Justice and change, and hopes to go to law school to further her interests in environmental policy.

McKenize Bracken is a Junior in Science, Technology and Society with a minor in Parks, Recreation, Tourism, and Event Management. She is from Dunkirk, New York, and is pursuing a future in sustainable tourism with the utilization of technological solutions.

The development of these case studies are supported with the NC State College of Natural Resource’s Lighthouse Fund for Sustainable Tourism.