Nico Kotze's research while affiliated with University of Pretoria and other places

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It is estimated that by 2050 as many as five billion bicycles could be in use globally. Reasons for this growth vary, with utility cycling strong in Europe and Asia; while in the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand cycling is a sport and leisure activity, with cycling deemed the ‘new golf’. Within this co...
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The Camino Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela is an institution that has been operative for more than 1200 years. The European summer months see hundreds of thousands of pilgrims, whether they be persons of faith, agnostics or even atheists, walking the different routes to the city of Santiago de Compostela in the north-west of Spain. To be offic...
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Many developing countries aim at balancing macro-level, growth-oriented economic policies with local community-based development strategies under the auspices of global governance organizations. South Africa adopts such a strategy to be competitive in the global market and, simultaneously, to alleviate domestic socio-spatial inequalities inherited...
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The small rural town of Orania was established in 1963 as a result of the Orange River Water Scheme. Its purpose was to accommodate the workers of this large water project during the canal construction phase. It underwent further development to provide for the services and needs of the construction workers. However, subsequent to the completion of...

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... Another goal of youth pilgrimages is World Youth Day (WYD) organized at prominent sanctuaries with the participation of the highest church hierarchs [89,90]. Many pilgrims travel in groups, but individual pilgrimages are still popular, for example, to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, similar to backpacking [91][92][93]. ...
... Furthermore, nature-based tourists' ERB is aroused because of their protection awareness of DA. When tourists are deeply attracted to the environmental resources of a tourist destination, the sensitivity and vulnerability of these environmental resources will prompt tourists to form a sense of moral obligation (Campos-Soria et al., 2021;Kang et al., 2012;Stoffelen et al., 2020) to protect the environmental resources from harm. Tourists will also attach more importance to local environmental issues and voluntarily display behaviors with the most negligible impact on the natural environment (Vining & Ebreo, 2002). ...
... doi.10.17159/2224-7912/2021/v61n2a8 1 Onder meer Kotze (2003), Steyn (2005), De Beer (2006, Pienaar (2007), Blomerus (2009), Hues & Morgan (2010), Hagen (2013), Cavanagh (2013), Seldon (2014), Haleniuk (2015), Walterová (2016), Kotzé & Senekal (2018), Senekal (2019), en Kotze, Schoeman, Carow & Schmitz (2020). ...