Can ecotourism provide sustainable livelihoods and protect biodiversity? Kathy Velander
Table 2: Economic Impacts of tourism on a destination
Table 3: Main potential impacts of tourism on host cultures and societies.
Modified from: Swarbrooke, J. (1998) Sustainable tourism management.
Issues relating to success and failure to Ecotourism
Who is to blame?
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