In this episode, Debbie and Josie revisit and recap the inspiring conversations with their guests, harvesting a vision for what a regenerative visitor economy could look like in Aotearoa, New Zealand. In this harvest, you'll hear some of our favourite interview fragments from all of our guests, as well as ideas and questions sent in by you, our wonderful listeners.The Harvest is designed to help you digest what we've discussed throughout the season, and as a summary for those who haven't had the time to listen to all 10 episodes.
All the guests in this season speak to the urgency and imperative of acknowledging the challenges of an uncertain and complex future. We must face this reality if we’re to be resilient in how we reshape our tourism businesses, industry, and communities. Our collective vision is one in which the wellbeing and thrivability of communities is at the heart of tourism’s purpose. We dream of a visitor economy that fosters deep and meaningful encounters between visitors and hosts, and puts purpose and passion at the forefront.
We hope you find much value and inspiration in this collective vision of a reimagined tourism in Aotearoa, New Zealand. If you’re interested in continuing these conversations we invite you to reach out to us and become part of our growing community.
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Many thanks to:
All of our guests for generously gifting us their time and knowledge, this project would not have been possible without you all.
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Show notes and links
Regenerative Thinkers: Thanks to Anna Pollock for this list
Paul Hawken, Carol Sanford, the Regenesis Group, Michelle Holliday, Dominique Hes, Chrisna du Plessis, Jenny Andersson, Kathleen Allen, John Fullerton, Alan Savory, Daniel Wahl, Giles Hutchins, Fritjof Capra, John Ehrenfeld, David Korten, Jeremy Lent, Charles Eisenstein
(We and our often use words from Te Reo Māori, New Zealand's indigenous language, in their interviews. We welcome and celebrate this, and for listeners outside of New Zealand for whom these may be unfamiliar, we offer an interpretation here to aid your understanding. For more detail, you can reference https://maoridictionary.co.nz/. We also offer explanations of acronyms and other industry terminology used in hope of making GOOD Awaits more accessible.)
Aotearoa - New Zealand
Manaakitanga – hospitality, welcome
Te Tiriti o Waitangi - The Treaty of Waitangi
Whakapapa - genealogy, heritage