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Gough, G. and Longhurst, J. (2015) Embedding sustainability across the curriculum via collaboration: A review of progress in the University of the West of England. In: Leal Filho, W., Azeiteiro, U. M., Caeiro, S. and Alves, F., eds. (2015) Integrating Sustainability Thinking in Science and Engineering Curricula: Innovative Approaches, Methods and Tools. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 513-526. ISBN 9783319094731

Hill, J. and Gough, G. (2014) Visitor motivations, expectations and satisfaction in a rainforest context: Implications for tourism management. In: Prideaux, B., ed. (2014) Rainforest Tourism, Conservation and Management: Challenges for Sustainable Development. 1st. UK: Routledge, pp. 117-133. ISBN 9780415635820

Gough, G. (2014) Mobilising expert knowledge to facilitate education for sustainable development. In: Geographies of co-production: 2014 Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), RGS London, 26-29 August 2014.

Gough, G. (2014) The usefulness (or otherwise) of professional bodies in supporting sustainability-embedded curricula. In: Geographies of Co-Production: 2014 Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), RGS, London, 26-29 August 2014.

Kemp, S., Longhurst, J., Bellingham, L. and Gough, G. (2014) Enhancing the curriculum through social, environmental and global responsibility: The QAA/HEA education for sustainable development guidance document. In: Preparing for learning futures: The next ten years. Higher Education Academy Annual Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, UK, 1-3 July 2014.

Gough, G. and Longhurst, J. and UWE (2014) Raising sustainability awareness: Engaging the whole institutional community. In: On Sustainability.Tenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Split, Croatia, January 22-24th, 2014.

Longhurst, J. and Gough, G. (2014) University leadership for sustainability. Implementing a comprehensive institution wide approach to education for sustainable development. A case study of the University of the West of England, Bristol. In: University Leadership for Sustainability, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK, 10th - 11th January 2014.

Longhurst, J. and Gough, G. (2014) Implementing a Comprehensive Institution Wide Approach to Education for Sustainable Development. A Case Study of the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. In: On Sustainability. Tenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Split, Croatia, January 22-24th, 2014.

Longhurst, J. W. S. and Gough, G. (2013) Education for sustainable development at the University of the West of England, Bristol. In: Influence, Implement, Engage: The triple imperative for ESD in HE (HEA Thematic Seminar Series 2013/14), ECC, UWE, Bristol, 29th November, 2013. York: Higher Education Academy

Hill, J. and Gough, G. (2009) Can the behavioural intentions of tourists in tropical forest be made more sustainable through biodiversity interpretation? In: Hill, J. and Gale, T., eds. (2009) Ecotourism and Environmental Sustainability: Principles and Practice. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 175-196. ISBN 9780754672623

Hill, J. and Gough, G. (2007) Conserving tropical rainforest: A role for ecological education? In: Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 17th - 21th April, 2007.

Hill, J., Woodland, W. and Gough, G. (2007) Can visitor satisfaction and knowledge about tropical rainforest be enhanced through biodiversity interpretation, and does this promote a positive attitude towards ecosystem conservation? Journal of Ecotourism, 6 (1). pp. 75-85. ISSN 1472-4049

Hill, J., Gough, G. and Woodland, W. (2007) Consuming tropical rainforest: Can in situ biodiversity interpretation enhance the conservation attitudes and behavioural intentions of tourists? In: Gale, T., Hill, J. and Curry, N., eds. (2007) Making Space: Managing Resources for Leisure and Tourism. Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association, pp. 67-86. ISBN 9781905369103

Hill, J., Gough, G. and Woodland, W. (2006) Can the behavioural intentions of tourists in tropical forest be made more sustainable through biodiversity interpretation? A case study from the Daintree, Queensland. In: RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Kensington Gore, London, UK, 30th August - 1st September, 2006.

Hill, J., Gough, G. and Woodland, W. (2006) Consuming tropical rainforest: Can in situ biodiversity interpretation enhance the conservation attitudes and behavioural intentions of tourists? In: Leisure Studies Association Annnual Conference, UWE, Bristol, UK, 11th - 13th July, 2006.

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