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GEO 802 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Fruit Preserves, Sustainable Tourism, Ecotourism

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Fall 2018

Department
Geography
Course Code
GEO 802
Professor
Dr. Abednego Aryee
Lecture
9

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SUSTAINABLE TOURISM: PROSPECTS & CHALLENGES OF ECOTOURISM
Sustainable Tourism & Leisure
Sustainable tourism meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while
protecting and enhancing opportunity for the future
There should be a balance
Second def: optimal use of natural and cultural resources for national
developmental on an epitable and self-sustainable basis in order to provide a
unique visitor experience and an improved quality of life through
partnership among government, the private sector, and communities
Economic factors
Sustainability requires wise use of resources of improving the well-
being people
Resources are land, capital, and labor
These resources are sometimes subjected to competition from
different sections
If land and labor devote towards tourism sector we find agriculture
would be deprived which is not good for sustainability
All countries rely on tourism get affected bad costa rica
The more
Environmental factors
Affect primary resource sector such as agriculture
abandoning the farms
Socio-cultural factors
Scarce resource might not be available for others such as health care,
education
To overcome there is a balance in distribution of income in tourism
sector
water, electricity
Too much transportation such as aircraft, automobiles, vessels,
snoremobils, jet skis, etc.
A long many trails in national parks, we find live accumulation of human waste and
solid waste
Feeding, mating, migration, and social interaction
Subtle problem
survival of monuments
temples; settles on painting, camping, what time they are eroded? What
are cause of cave paintings
Impact on local value system and beliefs, especially during communication
and commercialization
Degrade local cultural monument and degrees
Sustainable tourism

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SUSTAINABLE TOURISM: PROSPECTS & CHALLENGES OF ECOTOURISM Sustainable Tourism & Leisure Sustainable tourism meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing opportunity for the future There should be a balance Second def: optimal use of natural and cultural resources for national developmental on an epitable and self-sustainable basis in order to provide a unique visitor experience and an improved quality of life through partnership among government, the private sector, and communities Economic factors Sustainability requires wise use of resources of improving the well- being people Resources are land, capital, and labor These resources are sometimes subjected to competition from different sections If land and labor devote towards tourism sector we find agriculture would be deprived which is not good for sustainability All countries rely on tourism get affected bad costa rica The more Environmental factors Affect primary resource sector such as agriculture abandoning the farms Socio-cultural factors Scarce resource might not be available for others such as health care, education To overcome there is a balance in distribution of income in tourism sector water, electricity Too much transportation such as aircraft, automobiles, vessels, snoremobils, jet skis, etc. A long many trails in national parks, we find live accumulation of human waste and solid waste Feeding, mating, migration, and social interaction Subtle problem survival of monuments temples; settles on painting, camping, what time they are eroded? What are cause of cave paintings Impact on local value system and beliefs, especially during communication and commercialization Degrade local cultural monument and degrees Sustainable tourism
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