2 edition of Coastal tourism, environment, and sustainble local development found in the catalog.
Coastal tourism, environment, and sustainble local development
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Ligia Noronha ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||G155.I4 C63 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 464 p. :|
|Number of Pages||464|
|LC Control Number||2004312256|
coastal tourism effects within the Wider Caribbean: The fact that the expansion of the tourism infrastructure is likely to be confined to the narrow coastal zone makes sustainable development all the more difficult. Coastal ecosystems are already under stress, and short-sighted development . Finally, a real commitment at the local level will facilitate the change that is needed to bring about safe and sustainable coastal communities. Local planning, building regulation, economic development, infrastructure management, and recreation facili-ties can provide the tools and the policies to get the job done. vi ST. JOE COMPANY.
Tourism Development and the Environment: Beyond Sustainability? challenges the sustainable tourism development paradigm that has come to dominate both theoretical and practical approaches to tourism development over the last two decades. It extends the sustainable tourism debate beyond the arguably managerialist ‘blueprint’ and destination-File Size: 1MB. Sustainable Tourism, Coastal Tourism, and the Green Seas Programme This study does not cover all of the E4G programme. The focus is on two strategic projects for “Sustainable Tourism and “Coastal Tourism” in which Visit Wales is the lead authority. Specifically, this concentrates on: • The Sustainable Tourism Centres of Excellence.
Sustainable Coastal Tourism Development Plan Essaouira, Morocco Sponsored by the World Bank Group, this project aims to increase tourism by identifying specific tourism sites, as well as creating the framework for sustainable, and desirable development patterns that will attract private investors and revitalize the area. sustainable tourism development can be applied together. Therefore, coastal tourism can be enhanced by ICZM. Such “alliance” that ICZM and tourism form can produce the best solutions to the conflicts between coastal tourism and other marine and terrestrial sectors.
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'Coastal tourism, environment, and sustainable local development' explores the interface between social and environmental issues relating to coastal tourism.
That coastal tourism is highly dependent on nature is not sufficiently understood. This results in an emphasis on promoting tourism without attention to the supporting systems and a classic 'golden goose' problem can ensue.
Coastal tourism, environment, and sustainable local development the interface between social and environmental issues in a coastal tourism context, (2) the issues that need to be considered in. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coastal tourism, environment, and sustainble local development.
New Delhi: TERI, © (OCoLC) Coastal tourism, environment, and sustainable local development Editors Ligia Coastal tourism Nelson Lourenco environment, and sustainable local development and (3) industry. This book reports on coastal tourism.
The question of sustainability is particularly appropriate in the context of coastal tourism, which is an activity at the interface. This text examines the development of mass tourism in coastal regions of Southern Europe, with implications for similar regions.
It provides a critical assessment of attempts to make mass tourism resorts more sustainable, and the development of smaller-scale, alternative tourism products.5/5(1).
P.P. Wong ABSTRACT Tourism is environment dependent. The unique character ofcoastal areas gives rise to a distinctive tourist development.
Although accounts on the impacts ofcoastal tourism can be found in works relating to Coastal tourism in general, there are few works specifically on coastal tourism. Tourism in marine and coastal areas is a complex phenomenon.
Tourism in coastal areas brings along both positive and negative effects on the environment as a result of activities exerted upon such areas by proponents and tourists. While tourism development results in the modification of coastal environments, it can also flourish where such environments are left unmodified as the pristine Author: Lawal Mohammed Marafa.
The magnitude and economic importance of coastal tourism Sustainable tourism: tourism growth vs. tourism development The main impacts and challenges The need for planning Coastal tourism in emerging destinations The special case of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Global issues and coastal tourism File Size: 2MB.
While tourism is dependent upon the environment for much of its well-being, the prevailing lack of knowledge, responsibility, and long-term planning, has often resulted in development which is neither environmentally nor culturally sympathetic to the host area and by: Tourism development in the coastal environment has interfaced with the original characteristics of the area upon which it relied for attracting tourists.
An overall review of tourism research on the environment shows that nations do not give priority to environmental sustainability and disregard it to the benefit of economic by: 2. Environment, Development and Sustainability is an international, multidisciplinary journal covering all aspects of the environmental impacts of socio-economic development.
Concerned with the complex interactions between development and environment, its purpose is to seek ways and means for achieving sustainability in all human activities aimed.
The Problems of Coastal Tourism, Environment and Local Sustainable Development along Sindhudurg District, Coastal Maharashtra India Yogesh Pisolkar1 and Navendu Chaudhary2 Abstract India has a long coastline of about 7, kilometers, with an exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of million square : Yogesh Manohar Pisolkar, Navendu Chaudhary.
This paper emphasizes and explores the role of tourism in enhancing peace through community based sustainable tourism development by interconnecting the environment, the local community, the Author: Greg Richards.
SUSTAINABLE COASTAL TOURISM HANDBOOK for the PHILIPPINEs Carsten M. Hüttche Alan T. White Ma. Monina M. Flores Coastal Resource Management Project of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources supported by the United States Agency for International Development in collaboration with the Department of Tourism Cebu City, Philippines File Size: 3MB.
• Approx. ½ of tourists visit a coastal area. • Marine tourism: specially vulnerable to climate change • Governments: increasingly aware of the importance of protecting coastal areas.
• Tourists: demanding more sustainable tourism products. • Tourism sector: should develop coastal zones in a sustainable. Chapter 3. Coastal Morphodynamics: A Context for Tourism Development Peta Sanderson. PART 2: COASTAL TOURISM POLICY AND PLANNING. Chapter 4. Trends in Tourism in the Western Indian Ocean Stefan Gössling.
Chapter 5. Tourism Development Along Kenya’s Coastal Region: An Analysis of the Core–Periphery Relations Wanjohi Kibicho. Chapter 6.
Coastal tourism is a process involving tourists and the people and places they visit. It is more specifically defined as tourism brought to bear on the coastal environment and its natural and cultural resources.
Most coastal zone tourism takes place along the shore and in the water immediately adjacent to the shoreline. The main positive economic impacts of sustainable (coastal) tourism are: contributions to government revenues,foreign exchange earnings, generation of employment and business r information on economic contributions of tourism can be found on the website of the World Travel and Tourism Council.
Contribution to government revenues Government revenues from the tourism. The Center for Ecotourism and Sustainable Development (CESD), a policy oriented research institute committed to providing analysis and tools for sustainable tourism development, was commissioned by the Marine Program of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Washington, DC to analyze the current trends and to test WWF’s working hypothesis about the main drivers behind coastal and marine tourism, and.
Industry Initiatives for Sustainable Tourism Problems Decreased access to natural resources for the local communities and environmental degradation 4. Tourism is not, as many people assert, a clean and non-polluting industry.
A major problem is the lack of a common understanding of what sustainable tourism or “ ecotourism” means. This. CESD: Global Trends in Coastal Tourism Executive Summary: Key Findings The Center for Ecotourism and Sustainable Development (CESD), a policy oriented research institute committed to providing analysis and tools for sustainable tourism development, was .tourism impacts and the assessment of their value.
The thesis findings contribute to the development of knowledge with regard to how the objectives of sustainable development in tourism can be met. Key words: tourism impacts, sustainable development, local residents, cost-benefit analysis, commensurability.
Individually, the investigations in this text present a wealth of original research and source material, while collectively, they illuminate and clarify the term 'community' - the meaning of which, it is argued, is vital to understanding how sustainable tourism development can be implemented in Cited by: