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Employing case studies drawn from across southern Africa - one of the testing grounds for the idea that responsible tourism can promote biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation - this book provides a comprehensive, evidence-based examination of the range of issues of what works and what does not.
'It should be on the shelf of all professionals ( in government, development and environmental agencies, NGOs and the private sector) who feel committed to embrase tourism as a vector for development, for conserving habitats and wildlife, to the integrity of local communities.' Luc Hens, Environment and Pollution, 2010. 'Excellent reading material for students on environment and tourism. It appeals to academics in the field of tourism studies.' Luc Hens, Environment and Pollution, 2010.
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