Durable development of tourism and its impact on the environment
Tourism is a factor in the degradation and pollution of the environment and of the touristic potential, either by tourist direct pressure on the landscape, flora and fauna or other touristic objectives which can be partially or wholly deteriorated. This can happen due to a misconception about capitalizing and equipping some areas or touristic objectives. That is why promoting some forms of durable development is necessary, as they are based on ecosystems and on the touristic environmental capacity.
Volume (Year): XVIII (2012)
Issue (Month): (May)
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