Sustainable Tourism

Sustainable tourism studies are part of our core research strengths. considering tourism industry contributing to more than 8% of total carbon emissions in the world, we consider this area of research can play key role in promoting sustainable business and sustainable development. Our tourism studies include forecasting, carbon emission estimation by tourism activities and likely solution towards that, tourists behaviour by segments, destination analysis and such areas of interests to business and policy makers.

Current studies in progress:

  1. Forecasting Foreign Tourist Arrivals to India from Top 20 Country of Origins till 2019 to 2024 – To be completed by March 2019 
  2. Forecasting Domestic Tourism in India by State 2019 to 2014 – To be completed by February end 2019
  3. Key Characteristics of Outbound Tourists from India – To be completed by January end 2019
  4. Tourism and Awareness about Environmental Degradation – A Case Study of Indian Domestic Tourists – To be completed by April 2019

Environment

Promoting sustainability and helping others in achieving it is our core business theme. Our studies cover estimation of carbon footprint and its impact on entire ecosystem including business and population, waste management, sustainable product promotion and similar areas. This is done across sectors. We also study environmental vulnerability of locations and their likely implications on future business and habitations along with the likely economic loss.

Current Studies in Progress:

  1. Cost Comparison between Centralized and Decentralized Waste Management – To be completed by January 2019
  2. State Level Environment Index in India – To be completed by March 2019
  3. Decentralized Waste Management – What Should the Stakeholder Do in Indian Cities – To be completed by February 2019
  4. Energy Generation from Waste – Experience of an Indian State – To be completed by January 2019