Appendices and bibliography
- Appendix A – Invitation to contribute – Summary of submissions report [PDF 995KB]
- Appendix B.1 – Unlocking Future Tourism – OnePicture and TNZ Research, October 2020 [PDF 4.1MB]
- Appendix B.2 – New Zealand National Values Assessment – Barrett Values Centre, October 2020 [PDF 352KB]
- Appendix C – Advisory group members [PDF 229KB]
- Appendix D – Taskforce Terms of Reference [PDF 130KB]
Barrett Values Centre. (2020). Your Culture and Impact on the UN Sustainable Development
Goals - New Zealand.
Department of Conservation. (2020). Te Mana o te Taiao - Aotearoa New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy 2020.
Department of Conservation. (2020). Papatūānuku Thrives - Heritage and Visitor Strategy.
Fresh Info. (2020). Project Te Ohanga - Tourism Futures Taskforce.
FutureBrand. (2019). FutureBrand Country Index 2019.
International Air Transport Association. (2020). COVID-19 - Outlook for Air Travel in the Next Five Years.
Kantar. (2019). Mood of the Nation: New Zealanders’ Perceptions of International Visitors.
LGBT+ (Rainbow) Tourism Aotearoa. (2020). Reimagining Tourism - A Diversified and Values Based Recommendation.
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. (2019). New Zealand-Aotearoa Government Tourism Strategy.
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. (2019). Optimising Tourism New Zealand’s Future Role and Contribution to New Zealand.
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. (2020). Tourism Businesses in New Zealand - System Map.
New Zealand Māori Tourism. (2020). Building a Visitor Industry That is “Fit For The Future” - a Summary of the Input from Our Māori Enterprises.
New Zealand Productivity Commission. (2019). Local Government Funding and Financing.
New Zealand Treasury. (2018). He Ara Waiora/A Pathway Towards Wellbeing.
One Picture. (2020). Unlocking the Value of Future Tourism - The Voice of New Zealanders.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2020). OECD Tourism Trends and Policies 2020. Paris.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2020). Tourism Policy Responses to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment. (2019). Popular, Pristine... Imperilled? The Environmental Consequences of Projected Tourism Growth.
Primary Sector Council. (2020). Fit for a Better World Aotearoa New Zealand - Agriculture, Food and Fibres Sector Vision and Strategic Direction Towards 2030.
Queenstown, NZ. (2020). Destination Queenstown Update.
Sanford, C. (2011). The Responsible Business: Reimagining Sustainability and Success. Wiley.
Simmons, D., Higham, J., & Becken, S. (2020, September 29). Tourism Futures: Thinking About the Future we Want? Tourism Ticker.
Stevens and Associates. (2018). Learnings from International Examples of Regional Tourism Destination Development - Final Report: Summary of Key Findings of the Case Studies.
Stockholm Resilience Centre. (2018). Transformation is Feasible. How to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals within Planetary Boundaries.
Te Uepū Hāpai i Te Ora Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group. (2019). Turuki! Turuki! Move Together! Transforming our Criminal Justice System.
The Aotearoa Circle. (2020). Fenwick Forum Report 2020.
The Aotearoa Circle. (2020). Sustainable Finance Forum - Roadmap for Action Final Report.
Tourism Bay of Plenty. (2019). Te Hā Tāpoi | The Love of Tourism 2019-2022.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa. (2019). Tourism 2025 and Beyond - a Sustainable Growth Framework | Kaupapa Whakapakari Tāpoi.
Tourism New Zealand. (2019). Australian Visitor Customer Journey Map - Summary Report.
Tourism New Zealand. (2020). Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change - Travel Risks and Opportunities for New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand. (2020). TNZ Visitor and Tourism Halo - Summary for Tourism Futures Taskforce.
University of Bergamo. (2020). Tourism Facing a Pandemic: From Crisis to Recovery.
VisitFlanders. (2019). Travel to Tomorrow - Recommendations for Tourism Policy 2019-2024.
Wander Australia. (2020). The Future of Travel.
We would like to formally acknowledge and sincerely thank all those who have contributed so much time and wisdom towards this interim report. This includes the members of the New Zealand Tourism Futures Taskforce (Taskforce), the members of the New Zealand Tourism Futures Advisory Group (Advisory Group), the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), Tourism New Zealand (TNZ), the department of conservation (DOC), New Zealand Māori Tourism, Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA), the Council of Trade Unions (CTU), the 150 people who took the time to provide written contributions, and all those who have assisted and supported along the way. We thank you for your commitment, energy and participation in helping to develop our future tourism pathway.
Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou katoa.