Staff Profiles

Dr. Naomi Nomsa Moswete

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Faculty of Science

Environmental Science

Senior Lecturer

Location: Block 247 Office 418
Phone: +267 3554132
Email Dr. Naomi Nomsa Moswete

Moswete Naomi is Senior Lecturer of tourism studies and a human geographer with the Department of Environmental Science, University of Botswana.  She has Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) and Postgraduate Diploma in Education at the Uncivility of Botswana; Post graduate Diploma and Master of Arts (tourism studies) both from Monash University (Australia). She holds a PhD (Natural Resources Recreation) with minor in Cultural Heritage Management from the University of Florida (USA). She has been working within the university system for more than two decades. Her research interests include tourism as a strategy for rural development, community-based tourism; Transboundary conservation areas – ecotourism nexus, park - people relationships, natural resources management, wildlife, cultural - heritage resource management, poverty and local communities.

Moswete, N. & Thapa, B. (2018). Local Communities, CBOs/Trusts, and People–Park Relationships: A Case Study of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Botswana. The George Wright Forum, 35 (1), 96 – 108.

Kankare-Tervo, K., Saarinen, J. Kimaro, ME and Moswete, N. (2018). Nature-Based Tourism Operators' Responses to Changing Environment and Climate in Uis, Namibia, African Geographical Review, 37(3), 273 – 282: 

Moswete, N., Manwa, H. & Purkitt, H. (2017). Perceptions of college students towards climate change, environmental, and tourism issues: A comparative study in Botswana and the US. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 12 (5), 349 – 358.

Moswete, N.  Nkape, K. & Tseme, M. (2017). Wildlife Tourism Safaris, Vehicle Decongestion Routes and Impact Mitigation at the Chobe National Park, Botswana (71- 88),  In Ismar, L. and Green, R. (eds.), Wildlife Tourism, Environmental learning and Ethical Encounters [series: Geoheritage, Geoparks and

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