Lucy Atieno

Lucy Atieno


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Büro: Fahrenheitstr. 8
28359 Bremen
Raum: 3116 (1. Etage)


-Gender and environment
-Sustainable tourism
-Tourism in marine environment
-Trans disciplinary environmental research


Gona J., and Atieno L. (2022). Sustainable Tourism Dialogues in Africa. Berlin, Boston. De Gruyter.

Atieno L., and Njoroge J.M. (2021). Factors Effecting Valued-Resource Distribution. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Lange Salvia A., Özuyar P.G., Wall T. (eds) Reduced Inequalities. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham.

Gona, J., and Atieno, L. (2020). Pastoral women participation in community conservancies in Maasai Mara, Kenya. In: Novelli, M., Adu-Ampong, E.A., Ribeiro, M.A. (eds). Routledge Handbook of Tourism in Africa.

Njoroge,J.M., Ratter, B., Atieno, L., and Maino, I. (2018). Employing the enhanced Regional Tourism Sustainable Adaptation Framework with a case study of Climate Change Vulnerability in Mombasa Kenya. Tourism and Hospitality Research,0 (0), pp 1 -16.

Atieno, L., and Njoroge, J.M. (2015). The Ecotourism metaphor and environmental sustainability in Kenya. Tourism and hospitality research. Sage publications. 0(0) pp. 1 -12


Opinion piece

Covid-19: Fear of Job Losses Could Make Tourism Indifferent to Wellbeing

By Ateino Lucy