The Quality Of The Tourism Services Under The Sign Of Sustainability
The intensive development of tourism represents a unique challenge in history. That is why we have to be prepared that in the 21st century we should cope with the \\\"avalanche\\\" represented by the quality of life, especially related to the food quantity and quality needs and the greater need of people to recover rapidly and pleasantly through holidays and tourist travels. A first step in this sense, which we assume, is the superior educational effort to train real professionals with certain competences for solving the complexity of these realities that we live. The society becomes more and more aware of all these realities. The activity of the international organisations shows that their efforts for the development of food and tourism are more and more appreciated by the population. Urgent actions based on the mature thinking and quality scientific interpretations are necessary, in order to stop, on the one hand, the food decline in certain areas of the world, and on the other part, for the proportional and harmonious development of food and tourism on more expanded areas, and to reconcile man with nature, to focus on agriculture and on the ecological and biologic food and eco-tourism, to leave future generations an environment at least as favourable as the one we inherited. All these wishes mean important changes in the economy and of everyday life, request large investments and sacrifices, a new mentality. It is not easy to fulfil these tasks, but we must think about what would happen if we did not solve these problems. In a short while we would block the normal evolution of the contemporary human society.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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- Mazilu Mirela & Marinescu Roxana Cristina, 2009. "The Competitiveness Of The Romanian Tourism – A Ghost Or Sustainable Reality?," Annals of Faculty of Economics, University of Oradea, Faculty of Economics, vol. 4(1), pages 367-372, May.
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