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    Jagmohan Negi
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    812000292X
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    Metropolitan; 1st edition (1990)
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    214 pages
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Large-scale tourism in developed and developing countries has positive and . Tourism and coastal lines are the business sectors since centuries especially in the European Nations and Albania is one such spots.

Large-scale tourism in developed and developing countries has positive and negative effects on the regional and national economies, local culture, physical infrastructure and environment. Economic benefits from tourism contribute to poverty alleviation and improved livelihoods. In the process, local communities have developed positive attitudes towards biodiversity, and hence are more inclined to use such resources sustainably.

Negi, Jagmohan (1987). The Bridging Tourism Gaps Model is a practical tool to help destinations focus on the important factors in developing and maintaining tourism as a beneficial and vital part of their communities. Tourism Development and Resources Conservation, Metropolitan Books Company, New Delhi Nepal, Sanjay Kumar (2002). Mountain Ecotourism and Sustainable Development: Ecology, Economics, and Ethics. This book builds on the success of Tourism: A Community Approach and the subsequent tourism planning experiences of both authors to advance strategic planning in tourism.

Eco tourism, natural resources, cultural heritage, rural lifestyle and an integrated tourism is a type of local economic activities. Therefore, ecotourism in naturel and culturel areas was carried out with a number of elements in their natural landscape and cultural landscape (water, vista, topography, vegetation, clean air), as well as in the variety of recreational activities suitable for all kinds of environments. Therefore, ecotourism and its natural assets and raw materials to create, as well as directing people to travel is an attractive force

Tourism utilizes various resources as inputs into the products and services .

Tourism utilizes various resources as inputs into the products and services provided to visitors. In the case of ecotourism, one of these products is nature in a partially or totally preserved state. In some cases, tourism development exacerbates existing income inequalities within destination communities, while in others it generates new financial elites. Their interest is not in lounging by hotels pools or hectic sightseeing schedules.

Social and Cultural impacts of Tourism: Tourism pollution: the damaging effect that Tourism pollutes the local . We use the term socio-cultural to describe this social and cultural impact.

Social and Cultural impacts of Tourism: Tourism pollution: the damaging effect that Tourism pollutes the local destination socially and culturally.

With increasing realization that tourism will also generate severe adverse environmental . Ecotourism and Resource Conservation: A Collection of. Papers".

With increasing realization that tourism will also generate severe adverse environmental impacts, social scientists and decision-makers have promoted alternative options to CMT which due to reasons of convenience and economy grew in scale by dramatic expansion of highly organized package tours. Ecological sustainable tourism has to be viewed as an integral part of society"s policy objective of sustainable development (SD). Policies for Maximizing Nature. Tourism"s Ecological and Economic Benefits". World Resources Institute, Washington.

Электронная книга "Tourism and Environment: The Natural, Cultural and Socio-economic Challenges of Sustainable Tourism : Proceedings : Colloquy Organised by the Council of Europe, Directorate of Environment and Local Authorities, and the Ministr.

Электронная книга "Tourism and Environment: The Natural, Cultural and Socio-economic Challenges of Sustainable Tourism : Proceedings : Colloquy Organised by the Council of Europe, Directorate of Environment and Local Authorities, and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia, Riga, Latvia, 9-11 September 1999", Council of Europe, Council of Europe. Directorate of Environment and Local Authorities, Latvia