• Environmental Impacts of Tourism
    can force local populations to compete for the use of critical resources. DEPLETION OF NATURAL RESOURCES Tourism development can put pressure on natural resources when it increases consumption in areas where resources are already scarce. Water resources Water, and especially fresh water, is one...
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  • Tourism Research
    in 1908. That started hotels sprouting in America and some of the leading hotels now in that country are Radisson, Marriot and Hilton. For now the trend in the industry is the green hotels and they have no specific history but due to observance of depletion of natural resources, this started the...
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  • People and Economic Activity
    tourists is greater than the environment's capacity to cope. In recent years the depletion of the ozone layer has been attributed to global mass tourism. Tourism has contributed to the problem directly through the construction of new developments and daily management and operations, for example the hotel...
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  • Sambool
    the space in 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...
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  • Impact of Tourism
    destination for its natural resources and 24th for its cultural resources, with many World Heritage Sites, both natural and cultural, rich fauna, and strong creative industries in the country. India also bagged 37th rank for its air transport network. The India travel and tourism industry ranked 5th in the...
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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...
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  • Doctor
    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, famines, floods that lead to displacement of...
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  • Environmental Impacts of Tourism in Bhutan
    . Assessment and evaluation of the environment impacts of tourism in Bhutan The three main impact areas of tourism in Bhutan are; i.Depletion of Natural Resources ii.Air and noise pollution iii.Physical impacts Depletion of Natural Resources Tourism development in Bhutan puts pressure on natural...
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  • Essay About Stuff
    country is arid, polluted or suffers from soil depletion, its productive capacity is reduced and therefore its potential to develop is too. The environment is also a key attractor of tourism, i.e. in the Great Barrier Reef, $64bn worth of tourism was generated in 2005 and LDCs such as Kenya and...
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  • Tourism and Its Relationship with the Coastal Environmental Factor and Climatic Factors
    . Environmental components, which influenced issue that are stressed by Matheson and Wall (1982) and Mieczkowski (1995) on the focus of ecosystem in understanding the negative environmental impacts on tourism. Which are involved of pressure on natural resources: Energy depletion, water supply, land use and soil...
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  • Web File
    its great potentials as a tourist destination. There are many threats such as breach of carrying capacity, environmental destruction, deforestation, pollution and depletion of natural resources for locals. However, Langkawi Geopark's greatest challenges lie somewhere between striking a balance...
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  • Pollution Project
    resources are also abiotic resources. Depletion of Natural Resources Depletion of natural resources refers to the exhaustion of raw materials within a region. Many activities of human society are responsible for this degradation of the environment. Agricultural practices such as indiscriminate use of...
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  • Threats to biodiversity hotspots
    Homework 6 – Siovhan Tan Referring to examples, discuss the threats to biodiversity hotspots and why these threats could prove critical (15 marks) Biodiversity hotspots are areas in the natural environment that contain some of the biggest concentration of flora and fauna in the world, often...
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    endangered species and heightened vulnerability to forest fires. It often puts a strain on water resources, and it can force local populations to compete for the use of critical resources. 1.Depletion of Natural Resources Tourism development can put pressure on natural resources when it increases...
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  • Green Marketing
    the positive and negative aspects of marketing activities on pollution, energy depletion and nonenergy resource depletion. [Henion and Kinnear 1976b, 1] This early definition has three key components, 1) it is a subset of the overall marketing activity; 2) it examines both the positive and negative...
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  • Tourism and Their Impacts Notes
    gases add to the greenhouse effect. Depletion of natural resources * Tourism development can put pressure on natural resources when it increases consumption in areas where resources are already scarce. Water * The tourism industry generally overuses water resources for hotels, swimming...
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  • Overpopulation
    affected areas. We, as tourism students of Centro Escolar University have the heart for our country, and to have that responsibility to take care the Natural resources and beautiful sceneries given by our Heavenly Father here in our country. We know that the next generation will gain some...
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  • Environmental Science Past Paper
    question focused on the environmental impacts of natural resource use associated with the tourism industry. In Part (a), candidates were required to discuss two ways in which tourism impacted negatively on both beaches and forests. In Part (b), candidates were required to discuss the importance of...
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  • Why Is Tourism a Key Tool in so Many Developing Nations?
    must look for as many opportunities as possible to gain stability and to be able to successfully develop. 'Throughout the world, developing countries, with a rich resource base of pristine natural and cultural treasures, hold significant comparative advantage in their potential to attract tourists...
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  • Sustainable Tourism
    to a demand and depletion of non-renewable resources in the area. The small areas have only limited amount of resources and these resources are used to the maximum for providing housing facilities, entertainment facilities, industrial construction facilities etc. for the locals and the tourists...
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