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limits of tourism as an engine of sustainable development

Alan Collins

limits of tourism as an engine of sustainable development

by Alan Collins

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Published by University of Portsmouth, Dept. of Economics in Portsmouth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Alan Collins.
SeriesDiscussion papers / University of Portsmouth, Department of Economics -- no.82
The Physical Object
Pagination[21p.] ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16576089M

It is indicated that sustainable development has emerged as a concept into a field fraught with contention and debate. A distinction is made between sustainable development and sustainable tourism, and it is suggested that the latter in particular is an inadequate concept primarily because it is single-sector in orientation. opening paper in the symposium. A chapter on innovation and sustainable tourism was included in in the book arising from the conference: Gössling, S., Hall, C.M. & Weaver, D. (eds) , Sustainable Tourism Futures: Perspectives on Systems.

The New Zealand Government has also taken a leading hand, with its Environmentally Sustainable Tourism Project, built on a successful pilot programme in Northland. Six regions in New Zealand are participating in the Sustainable Tourism project over , utilising resources from the New Zealand Tourism Strategy Tourism Strategy Fund. Sustainable Development of Tourism A word from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) The importance of biological diversity to human society is hard to overstate. An estimated 40 per cent of the global economy is based on biological products and processes. Tourism is a biodiversity dependent industry and recent trends.

Sustainable development can be interpreted in economic terms as “develop- ment that lasts” (Pearce and Barbier, ) – i.e. a path along which the maximisation of human well-being for today’s generations does not lead to declines in future well-being.   The number of tourists in the indigenous Baduy tribes village in Kanekes, Lebak regency, Banten, should be limited to achieve sustainable tourism, the Tourism .


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