2 edition of Round table on planning for sustainable tourism development found in the catalog.
Round table on planning for sustainable tourism development
World Tourism Organization. General Assembly
Title from cover.
|Statement||10th General Assembly, Bali, Indonesia, 30 September-9 October 1993.|
|LC Classifications||G154.9 .W69 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||95211396|
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The Guidebook’s aim is to mainstream tourism by: Enhancing understanding and commitment to sustainable tourism - Providing guidance to assess the tourism sector’s importance, identifying opportunities for sustainable tourism development, planning.
Table of contents. 1: Processes and Approaches to Planning and Tourism; 1: Approaches to Planning and Tourism; 2: Sustainability: From Theory to Practice; 3: Critical Approaches to Spatial Analysis; 2: Practitioner Approaches in Planning and Tourism; 4: How to Plan: The Role of the Planner and Planning in the 21st Century.
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To browse all chapters of that book, please go to the Table of Contents on the left hand navigation bar. This publication lays the foundation for tourism development of a country and its regions. Sustainable tourism planning is a participatory process that includes government, development agencies, tourism industry, private sector, and local communities in incorporating marine conservation principles into the design, planning, development, and management of tourism.
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– The purpose of the paper is to describe the concept of sustainable tourism planning, establishing the theoretical foundations, the components that make up the model, and the relationships that ensure the sustainability of a tourist destination., – Tourism planning is based on the principles of sustainability and is defined by three dimensions: environmental, economic and cultural tourism Cited by: Positive guidelines for better planning are in demand by developers and designers who need new understandings of the breadth of tourism's complexity for their own success.
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