Salma Halioui

Education

2013-2014:
PhD student in the field of Environmental and Resource Management (ERM), Chair of Environmental Planning, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus (Germany)

Anticipated Year of Graduation: 2017

2010-2012:
Master degree in Financial and Actuarial Sciences, "Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de sousse (IHEC) " (Tunisia)

2007-2010:
Bachelor, specialty: Higher Commercial Studies, "Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de sousse (IHEC) " (Tunisia)

Area of interests

Environmental Management, Climate Change, Strategic Environmental Assessment, Tourism,

PhD Thesis

"The Potential of Strategic Environmental Assessment for Tourism Sector of Tunisia"

Abstract

(Kopie 4)

Tourism development in Tunisia is providing considerable economic benefits, but also causing serious environmental degradation and sociocultural pressures. Tunisian tourism sector faces considerable challenges and planning for extensive changes in the coming years.Strategic environmental impact assessment (SEA) can be a relevant tool to ensure sustainable and integrated tourism planning in Tunisia.This study aims to demonstrate the potential of SEA in enhancing environmental sustainability considerations for the tourism sector in Tunisia. Furthermore, to provide assistance to the tourism sector with process support, methodology development and building experience on SEA.

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