Nature based tourism and the valuation of its environmental resources economic and other aspects

Tisdell, Clem (2005). Nature based tourism and the valuation of its environmental resources economic and other aspects. In A. Chandra and D. Nigam (Ed.), Tourism Environment and Ecology (pp. xx-xx) New Delhi: Shree Publishers.

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Author Tisdell, Clem
Title of chapter Nature based tourism and the valuation of its environmental resources economic and other aspects
Title of book Tourism Environment and Ecology
Place of Publication New Delhi
Publisher Shree Publishers
Publication Year 2005
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 8183290671
Editor A. Chandra
D. Nigam
Chapter number 13
Start page xx
End page xx
Total chapters 13
Language eng
Subjects 140216 Tourism Economics
140205 Environment and Resource Economics
Abstract/Summary The phenomenon of sustainable tourism is possible if proper attention is paid towards the protection of environment and ecology depending on the kind attitude of people towards nature. Greenery or greening tourism is the utmost need of the day to same the nature and mother earth. In Vast Himalayan range there are frequent landslides earthquakes do occur in the tourist zones because the imbalance in nature. The present book Tourism Environment and Ecology is perhaps the first study containing research papers and studies from eminent world expert from the field of biodiversity conservation ecology environment sustainable development tourism and tourism economics. The publication discusses the vital issues concerning environment and economy in relation to tourism. Preservation of ecology and environment are the utmost priority features of our national tourism policy besides having focus on economic gains. A national legal mechanism to govern the eco tourism is also but necessary. The book also discusses issues like global worming air pollution water shortage forestation and natural disasters generating equal tension among developed and developing world. This book will be highly useful for professionals environmentalist tourism policy makers researchers and student community
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