Tourism and Development in Mountain Regions

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CABI, 2000 - 357 σελίδες
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This book discusses the importance of mountain regions, and the precariousness of mountain tourism in the context of ecosystem and cultural conservation. It includes case studies of mountain tourism existing alongside environmental sustainability and community well being. The text presents an integrated approach to mountain-based tourism, balancing the needs of local communities, tourists and environmental conservation.
 

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Contributors
1
Rory Mat Lei Ian Institute of Landscape Ecology Academy of Sciences
19
Environmental Management for Alpine Tourism and Resorts
27
Recreation Resource Assessment and Monitoring Techniques
47
Conservation and Development in Greek Mountain Areas
69
Approaching Ecosystemic
85
Aboriginal Views
115
The Economic Impacts of Different Types of Tourism in Upland
137
Mountain Tourism and Public Policy in Nepal
173
Communitybased Tourism for Conservation and Womens
221
Lessons from Nepals Lost Kingdom
239
Case Study from
255
Amenity Migration and Tourism in the Eastern Highlands
297
Frantisek Zemek Institute of Landscape Ecology Academy of Sciences
315
Strategy for Future Mountain Tourism
323
Index
339

Conflicts and Solutions
157

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Σελίδα 10 - It defines sustainable development as "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs

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