• Negative Effects of Tourism
    thus the place becomes too crowded. This results to overpopulation and overdevelopment. An example is the island of Boracay. - Depletion of a destination's natural resources. Locals and tourists compete over water supply and other necessities. - Since hotels and resorts, bars, malls etc. have been built...
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  • Ecotourism
    responsible travel to fragile, pristine, and usually protected areas that strive to be low impact and (often) small scale (as an alternative to mass tourism). Its purpose is to educate the traveller; provide funds for ecological conservation; directly benefit the economic development and political empowerment...
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  • Student
    undesirable impacts on the development in the communities they operate in, such as increased gender and wealth inequity and the depletion of biodiversity and finite resources, they may also have the ability to empower communities and protect the environment, through grassroots movements of Community-Based...
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  • Writing Essay
    the four biggest environment issues in our country are deforestation and illegal logging; air and water pollution; global warming as well as the depletion of fish stocks and species. The statistics require our immediate concern. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature, close to 90% of large fish...
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  • Consumption as an Environmental Issue
    responsible causes of environmental pressures as a result of consumption. Though not to a higher intensity, tourism also seems to take a significant blame on causing environmental pressures. Tourism has previously been linked to the shortages of water, change in the use of land and impacts of biodiversity...
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  • economy of nepal
    8.6% (September 2010 est.), 10.6% (October 2011 est. source: myrepublica.com) Population belowpoverty line 24.7% (2008 est.) Main industries Tourism, garment, food and beverages,metal manufactures, herbs. Ease of doing business rank 107th[2] External Exports $1.609 Billion (2009) f.o.b.; note...
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  • Eco Tourism
    Ecotourism is a form of tourism involving visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas, intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to standard commercial (mass) tourism. Its purpose may be to educate the traveller, to provide funds forecological conservation, to...
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  • Study Notes
    *******Participate in Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices Summary ******* 1 1 Define the following terms: Energy/resource efficiency Waste management Sustainability Recycling Environmental sustainability i. Efficient energy use, sometimes simply called energy efficiency...
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  • Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System
    the population of the world continues to grow from its current population of over 6 billion, at the rate of nearly a quarter of a million a day, the natural ecosystems in the world are being constricted and forced into change. The Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System is a section of the Mesoamerican Barrier...
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  • Hotel and Responsibility in Environmental Issues
    Issues Tourism and hospitality industry are very significantly business which provide high income in several countries. Thailand is a good example of the country that relies on income from tourism and hospitality industry. According to National Statistical Office in Thailand, national tourism revenue...
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  • storries
    support and sustain life. However, this natural composition of air is getting disturbed due to variety of human activities. Human activities related to mainly industry, vehicular emissions, burning of fossil fuels, accidental nuclear emissions etc. contaminate the natural air with undesired components resulting...
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  • tourism in india
    therefore, one who takes such a journey can be called a tourist. Over the decades, tourism has experienced continued growth and deepening ?diversification to become one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world. Tourism has become a thriving global industry with the power to shape developing countries...
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  • Coral Reefs 2
    according to marine biologist Clive Wilkinson of the Australian Institute of Marine Science. This estimate didn't take in global warming and ozone depletion as a factor. The pollution is caused by fisheries, oil spills, deforestation, tourists, and even reckless divers. In the watershed of Bacuit Bay in...
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  • Externalities
    externalities occurred in many situations in economic activities. One most the classic example of negative externalities is pollution and depletion of natural resources. In the pollution situation, the consumer and producer bargain the goods and services produced, but the society must bear cost of pollution...
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  • Economy and Polution
    economy and ecology cannot be separated. Ecological fallout from economic development is in no way an externality. It is a positive depletion of real wealth, of human and natural capital. To seek to have economy without ecology is to try to manage an environment with no knowledge or concern about how it works...
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  • Web File
    the island's natural resources for a livelihood. Langkawi was officially declared the 52nd UNESCO Geopark on 1st June 2007 after a long period of documentation. The Geopark is NOT a theme park and it covers all 99 islands in Langkawi. The Geopark's three components are conservation, tourism infrastructure...
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  • Science; Rainforests and Earth
    animals know to stay away from it. The poison arrow frog also stands out with its brightly colored skin. It's skin produces some of the strongest natural poison in the world, which indigenous people often use for hunting purposes. It's poison is now being tested for use in modern medicine. In...
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  • Industrial Eco
    industries | transportation equipment, chemicals, processed and unprocessed minerals, food products, wood and paper products, fish products, petroleum and natural gas | Ease of Doing Business Rank | 8th[4] | External | Exports | $440.1 billion (2007 est.) | Export goods | motor vehicles and parts, industrial...
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  • Sustainable Development
    INTRODUCTION Sustainable development is about human development where the use of natural resources aim to meet the needs of human beings while simultaneously ensuring that the environment is maintained. These needs must be met for present as well as for future generations. In other words, in order...
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  • Roleof Women in Modern India
    regeneration harvest. In temperate mesic climates, natural regeneration of forest stands often will not occur in the absence of disturbance, whether natural or anthropogenic. Furthermore, biodiversity after regeneration harvest often mimics that found after natural disturbance, including biodiversity loss after...
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