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    which we live; poverty and starvation; climate change; depletion of mineral and organic resources; ecological devastation; and global inequity. Technical sustainability: it uses less energy, fewer limited resources, do not deplete natural resources, do not directly or indirectly pollute the environment...
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  • Business Studies Essay
    diversity in the workplace. Environmental Issues This concept involves issues such as destruction of the natural environment, exhaustion of natural resources and the efficient use of resources. With this the ecological balance can be maintained and pollution can be addressed. Initiatives that businesses...
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  • Managing Marine Resources Sustainably
    MANAGING MARINE RESOURCES SUSTAINABLY 8/17/2011 Sanie Joel V. Cagoco Managing Marine Resources Sustainably 2011 ARTICLE SUMMARY Eutrophication is a syndrome of ecosystem responses to human activities that fertilize water bodies with nitrogen (N) and phosphorous (P), often leading to changes...
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  • Eco-Tourism: an Investigation Into the Conceptual Framework and Policy Requirements for Its Growth in Bangladesh
    Planning Review ISSN 1728-4198 Vol. 2, June 2004, pp. 67-82, © Jahangirnagar University This article is brought to you by www.bdresearch.org Eco-Tourism: An Investigation into the Conceptual Framework and Policy Requirements for its Growth in Bangladesh Golam Moinuddin* Halima Begum** Abstract Sustainability...
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  • Doctor
    outbreak of cholera follows poor sanitation. It is worsened by insufficient supply of portable water. This circumstance can be seen in areas with natural disasters like flooding and in communities living in overcrowded areas and refugee camps. Unstable political and environmental conditions such as wars...
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  • Sustainable Tourism
    SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AND THE ROLE OF SID’s In an era of sustainable tourism, which can be defined as, “A process that satisfies the needs of the present without compromising the aptitude of the future generations to satisfy his own needs ".World Commission of Environment and Development (1987) It therefore...
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  • Sustainable Tourism
    cherish our living environment and not waste natural resources, develop sustainable plans. When refers to my current personal value, I believe honesty and equality are significant elements when deal with problems and issues, especially for environment/tourism issues, Paul and Somanathan (2004) has said...
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  • People and Economic Activity
    Evaluate the environmental, social and economic impacts of tourism at a national and global scale Tourism is the world’s largest and fasted growing economic activity. It consists of a multitude of both positive and negative impacts on people’s lives and the biophysical environment. A suitable balance...
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  • International Trade
    that may result from the signing of FTAs Q5 (HCI H2 Prelim 2010) The globalisation of trade puts pressure on natural resources around the world, helping to drive the rapid depletion of tropical forests and the collapse of many ocean fisheries. On the other hand, some countries has benefited from...
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  • Case Study
    NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE PHILIPPINES Natural resources occur naturally within environments that exist relatively undisturbed by humanity, in a natural form. A natural resource is often characterized by amounts of biodiversity and geodiversity existent in various ecosystems. Natural resources are derived...
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  • Ecosystems at Risk
    those which are heavily affected by change and if altered they require a long time to return to their former state. Human activities such as fishing, tourism and deforestation have had huge impacts on the balance of these ecosystems. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest biological organism in the world...
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  • Environmental Impacts of Tourism
    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF TOURISM | | he quality of the environment, both natural and man-made, is essential to tourism. However, tourism's relationship with the environment is complex. It involves many activities that can have adverse environmental effects. Many of these impacts are linked with...
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  • Ecotourism in Thailand
    Abstract Sustainable tourism is significant for future generations. Without respect for natural wealth human can turn the Earth into great wasteland within one century. In this research, the paper will concentrate on ecotourism in case of Thailand and support it with conclusions from other cases, which...
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  • tourism
    IMPACT OF TOURISM INDUSTRY ON THE ENVIRONMENT ABSTRACT Tourism is one of the most promising drivers of growth for the world economy. It is one the fastest growing areas within the world's largest industry and like all industries, the tourism industry can have adverse environmental, economic and...
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  • Threats to biodiversity hotspots
    areas in the natural environment that contain some of the biggest concentration of flora and fauna in the world, often containing many rare and endangered species. However many of these ecosystems are threatened by the likes of climate change, increased urbanisation/land use and tourism developments...
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  • Impact of Tourism
    Impact of Tourism in India Sunday, 15 August 2010 09:17 H.Lalnunmawia [pic][pic] DEVELOPMENT AND IMPACT OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IN INDIA   INTRODUCTION There are various definitions of tourism. Theobald (1994) suggested that etymologically, the word "tour" is derived from the Latin 'tornare'...
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  • Uae Economy
    prime producer of oil while Dubai, being the second largest mainly operates on service-based economy, that is, its main income generating activity is tourism, construction and real estates. The two emirates are responsible in the contribution in to the UAE’s economy by 80% and the remaining 20% is shared...
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  • Tourism and Its Relationship with the Coastal Environmental Factor and Climatic Factors
    School name | Tourism and its relationship with the Coastal Environmental Factor and Climatic Factors | | | Larry | Student no. | | Lecturer Name XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Table of Content 1. Introduction………………………………………………………………2 2. Literature Review………………………………………………………....3 Environmental...
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  • Tourism Research
    Introduction The hotel industry is one of the most essential aspects when it comes to travel and tourism. Hotel and lodging establishments is an in demand property that without these infrastructures, tourism industry lacks an aspect and may cause a decrease on its economic impact. It is considered a need...
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  • Coral Reefs
    ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY REPORT ON DEPLETION OF NATURAL RESOURCE: CORAL REEFS CORAL REEFS, SIGNIFICANCE, THREATS & OPPORTUNITIES SUBMITTED BY OMKAR DESHPANDE C015, FT MBA CORE, NMIMS NARSEE MONJEE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, MUMBAI 2011-2012 Introduction Since the early...
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