Western Maine Tourism Stakeholders' Climate Change Risk Perceptions

Lydia Horne

University of Maine, Orono

Lydia Horne is currently a master's student at the University of Maine in Orono, Maine (USA). She was born and has worked in Maine. She has a background in conservation biology and anthropology and is currently studying outdoor recreation and tourism.


Nature-based tourism is one of Maine’s most economically important industries and is especially reliant on the environment. Climate change impacts are projected to alter seasonal tourism, which could potentially increase... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Lydia Horne (University of Maine, Orono)
  2. Sandra de Urioste-Stone (University of Maine, Orono)
  3. John Daigle (University of Maine, Orono)
  4. Caroline Noblet (University of Maine, Orono)

Topic Area

Topics: Climate change and Tourism


OS-C2 » Global Change and Sustainability (14:30 - Monday, 3rd October, Santa Croce Room, Santa Chiara Complex)

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