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Academic & Professional Books  Conservation & Biodiversity  Ecotourism

Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism New Perspectives and Studies

Out of Print
By: Jaime A Seba(Editor)
300 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism
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  • Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism ISBN: 9781926692937 Hardback Jan 2012 Out of Print #207994
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There is an increased interest in ecotourism and sustainable tourism, which provides travelers with destinations and activities that have a lower negative impact on the environment. Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism, a collection of articles and studies highlight many of these new trends in tourism, using examples from many different regions of the world, including the coast of Georgia and the rainforests in Nigeria. It looks at nature-based tourism, community participation in local ecological tourism, ecological sports tourism, and much more.


- A Global Perspective on Trends in Nature-Based Tourism
- Parks and Tourism
- The Conservation Business
- The Costs of Exclusion: Recognizing a Role for Local Communities in Biodiversity Conservation
- Rarity Value and Species Extinction: The Anthropogenic Allee Effect
- South Africa—Serious about Biodiversity Science
- Studies on Sustainable Development of Ecological Sports Tourism Resources and Its Industry
- Study on Sustainable Development of Ecotourism in the Northern Piedmont in the Qinling Mountains
- Economic Value of Ecotourism to Local Communities in the Nigerian Rainforest Zone
- Heritage Eco-Tourism in Micronesia Expectations of Government Officials
- Wilderness, Wildness, and Visitor Access to Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia
- Rare Species Are Valued Big Time
- Research on Community Participation in Environmental Management of Ecotourism
- A Study on the Strategies of the Sustainable Development of China’s Ecotourism
- A Critical Needs Assessment for Collaborative Ecotourism Development Linked to Protected Areas in Cross River State, Nigeria
- Tourists’ Satisfaction on Kilim River Mangrove Forest Ecotourism Services
- Balancing Conservation Management and Tourism Development with Wilderness Stewardship in the Kruger National Park, South Africa
- Environmental Issues and Best Practices for Ecotourism
- Patronage of Ecotourism Potentials as a Strategy for Sustainable Tourism Development in Cross River State, Nigeria
- The Providence of Nature: Valuing Ecosystem Services
- Conserving Biodiversity on Mongolian Rangelands: Implications for Protected Area Development and Pastoral Uses
- Predictors of Sustainable Tourism: Resident Perceptions of Tourism in Holland and China
- Subsistence, Tourism, and Research: Layers of Meaning in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
- The Effect of Wind Power Installations on Coastal Tourism
- Requirements of an International Legal Framework on Nature Based Tourism
- Index

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Out of Print
By: Jaime A Seba(Editor)
300 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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