|Statement||Ecotourism Working Group ; translated into English by David Buglass.|
|Series||Research reports of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany -- v. 117|
|Contributions||Arbeitsgruppe Ökotourismus., Germany. Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 327p. :|
|Number of Pages||327|
3. Conservation and Ecotourism 7 Ecotourism: A Financing Source for Conservation 7 Economic Justification for Conservation 10 Providing Local People with Economic Alternatives 10 Constituency Building 12 Impetus for Private Conservation Efforts 12 Ecotourism and Park Management 12 Conclusion 1 5 4. Cultural Issues and Ecotourism 17File Size: 5MB. Wildlife-based ecotourism as sustainable conservation strategy: ecological and management indicators of conservation impact Thesis (PDF Available) December with 3, Reads How we Author: Marissa Altmann. Around the world, ecotourism has been hailed as a panacea: a way to fund conservation and scientific research, protect fragile ecosystems, benefit communities, promote development in poor countries, instill environmental awareness and a social conscience in the travel industry, satisfy and educate discriminating tourists, and, some claim, foster world by: Conservation tourism, defined as tourism making "an ecologically significant net positive contribution to the effective conservation of biological diversity" (Buckley, ), has .
Ecotourism and conservation: a review of key issues (English) Abstract. This review of some of the key issues of ecotourism and nature-based tourism highlights the complexity of using tourism as a tool for conservation. Five key benefits for conservation which can be appropriately targeted in the context of most ecotourism Cited by: Ecotourism is a sub-component of the field of sustainable tourism. Ecotourism’s perceived potential as an effective tool for sustainable development is the main reason why developing countries are now embracing it and including it in their economic development and conservation strategies. Ecotourism, as an alternative tourism, involves Cited by: This book with 9 parts contains 16 chapters on ecoutourism and conservation in the Americas. The book aims to fulfill its mission, and to offer professionals in conservation and ecotourism organizations, non-governmental organizations and government offices, particularly in the USA and Latin America, a worthy assessment of ecotourism's tangible impacts in the s: 1. As arguably the world's largest and fastest growing industry, the potential environmental impacts of tourism are considerable. Devised by ecologists, ecotourism was therefore seen as a way to prevent this impending environmental destruction. Responding to increased interest and global competition, the tourism industry has quickly appropriated the term to describe a host of .
Whether the business at stake is a conservation organization, a lodging facility, a product-based company, a service provider, or anything in between, ecotourism provides the proper guidelines for sustainable and responsible business practices that promote the preservation of natural resources and wildlife and contribute to the socio- cultural. Ecotourism Links Conservation and Communities Within the tourism industry, ecotourism is often considered to be both a set of principles based on environmentally and socially responsible actions, as well as a specific market segment. According to the UNEP-WTO Quebec Declaration on Ecotourism4. Does ecotourism contribute towards conservation of threatened species and habitats or is it just a marketing ploy of the tourism industry? Using case studies on ecotourism from the literature, I looked at the distribution of case studies over continents, habitats and flagship species types and what factors influenced whether an ecotourism regime was Cited by: Derived from papers submitted at Parks Congress workshops, The aim is to show how tourism and protected areas can flourish alongside each other by guiding the development of tourism along lines which respect the limited capacity of many areas to absorb the pressure of visitors and their by: