Written in English
Dissertation (M.Sc.) - Unversity of Surrey, 2004.
|Contributions||University of Surrey. School of Management.|
Marketing National Parks for Sustainable Tourism by Stephen L. Wearing, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The book has six chapters. The first, “An environmental context for sustainable national park marketing,” presents a critical reflection of sustainable national park-based tourism marketing, strategy, and marketing (as practice) and tourism, principles of marketing and its application in national parks, and a model for national park : Paul Frank Wilkinson. Tourism is a critical factor to America’s National Parks, setting a record for recreation visits in with nearly million visitors (National Parks Service ).Of those, 22 million. This book examines the need for a new way of describing sustainable tourism and also looks at the frameworks needed to rethink how to apply this to communities, private operators and protected area managers. It makes it clear that tourism is just one of many human activities that .
Sustainable Tourism is vital reading for anyone seeking to understand the complexities associated with sustainable tourism development, and how government and industry have responded to the challenges the concept poses. The following principles are intended to guide the sustainable tourism operations in all national parks, nature sites and historical sites managed by Parks & Wildlife Finland. These principles are implemented also in all UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Finland. Each principle is followed by more detailed objectives helping. On the whole, worldwide national parks have furnished us with models for sustainable tourism development, and provided a blueprint that others can follow. One such area is destination stewardship. This paper examines the work of the English National Park Authorities (NPAs) in relation to aspects of the development of sustainable tourism. The NPAs have implicitly sought to achieve sustainable tourism development since the parks were first designated, striving to balance the needs of visitors and the environment within the context of living, working landscapes.
Ecotourism, National parks, Sustainable tourism, Policies, Model. Dr L de Witt. involvement is also considered an essential aspect of sustainable tourism development. The. Sustainable Tourism is vital reading for anyone seeking to understand the complexities associated with sustainable tourism development, and how government and industry have responded to the challenges the concept major areas addressed in this edited volume are:* perspectives and issues associated with the concept of sustainable tourism development* accreditation, education . Abstract The article presents the main ideas of sustainable tourism - new form of tourism promoted by authorities, environmental and social institutions and international organizations. It implies. 1. Introduction. National Parks are important places for experiencing nature, including for example, nature tourism and ecotourism (Fennel & Nowaczek, ).Whether the rationale for a park's designation was principally for aesthetic purposes, conservation, recreation or tourism (Frost & Hall, a), they are popular tourist r, the over-development of tourism in many.