Gianna Moscardo
Gianna Moscardo is a Professor in the College of Business, Law and Governance at James Cook University in Australia. After working with the CRC Reef on supporting sustainable tourism on the Great Barrier Reef she joined the School of Business at James Cook University in 2002. She has qualifications in psychology and sociology supporting her research interests in understanding how communities and organisations plan for and manage tourism development opportunities, how tourists learn about and from their travel experiences, and how to design more sustainable tourism experiences. She has facilitated numerous workshops on tourism and sustainability in multiple countries around the globe

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