Ecotourism Policy and Planning
David A. Fennell, Ross Kingston Dowling
CABI, 2003 - Travel - 361 pages
Annotation. The global tourism industry continues a trend of sustained growth, moving more people and generating domestic and foreign revenues, often at the expense of the social and ecological integrity of destination regions. As a result, tourism policy makers have been forced to consider a variety of new approaches to ensure that the environment, local people, tourists, and business remain unaffected by the negative impacts of the industry.
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