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Title: Indigenous Ecotourism
Authors: Zeppel, Heather D.
Rebecca Stubbs, Claire Parfitt
Keywords: Ecotourism
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: CABI
Description: Ecotourism, or nature-based tourism that is managed to be learning-oriented as well as environmentally and socio-culturally sustainable, has emerged in the past 20 years as one of the most important sectors within the global tourism industry. The purpose of this series is to provide diverse stakeholders (e.g. academics, graduate and senior undergraduate students, practitioners, protected area managers, government and non-governmental organizations) with state-of-the-art and scientifically sound strategic knowledge about all facets of ecotourism, including external environments that influence its development. Contributions adopt a holistic, critical and interdisciplinary approach that combines relevant theory and practice while placing case studies from specific destinations into an international context. The series supports the development and diffusion of financially viable ecotourism that fulfils the objective of environmental, socio-cultural and economic sustainability at both the local and global scale.
ISBN: 978-1-84593-124-7
Appears in Collections:Environmental and Development Studies

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