This book wrestles with the challenging but growing field of codifying ethical behaviour of tourism companies as a policy mechanism to move from definitions to change practice. The balance between tourism and ethics expertise of the two authors works well to deliver a book that is both theoretically informed and policy relevant.Dr. Xavier Font, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
About the Author
David Fennell teaches and researches mainly in the areas of ecotourism and tourism ethics. He has published widely in these areas, including sole authored books on ecotourism programme planning, a general text on ecotourism, and tourism ethics (he has edited two other books). Fennell is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Ecotourism, and is an active member on editorial boards of many academic journals.; David Cruise Malloy, PhD, is a professor of applied philosophy in the Faculty of Kinesiology & Health Studies at the University of Regina, Canada. His primary research focus is in the realm of ethical decision-making, leadership, and ethical climate in healthcare and organisational contexts. Malloy's research is funded by both the Social Science & Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. He has authored numerous articles in ethics and ontology. This is his fourth text.