Think Tank VI
Corporate Social Responsibility or Government Interven...
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Implicit in notions of sustainable development is an holistic triple bottom line approach that seeks to preserve essential ecological processes, protect human heritage and biodiversity and foster inter and intra-generational equity whilst r...
Author: David Wood & Jack Carlsen
Think Tank VII
The Community of Communicators and the Communication o...
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In spite of the trend towards business as a key element in society and tourism, governments still play an important role in the sustainable development debate. Like any social institution, governments and related organizations do not always ...
Author: Keith Henning
Think Tank XIV
Tourism Concessions in National Parks: Neo-liberal Too...
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For the tourism sector the government aims to “Grow the number of new business opportunities on public conservation land in order to deliver increased economic prosperity and conservation gain” (New Zealand Government, 2012: 23). In relation...
Author: Valentina Dinica
Think Tank XIII
The Politics of Community-Based Tourism Planning in th...
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The management of protected areas has to deal with a wide range of challenges, amongst these, a growing array of social, political and economic expectations. In this regard, protected areas are increasingly expected to particularly serve as ...
Author: Anna Hübner & Truong Si Hong Chau
Think Tank XV
Deconstruction of Man-nature Dialogue Nexus: A Critica...
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The relationship between man and nature dates back to the millennia. The intimacy of man-nature interaction increased with decreasing healthy nature, as man’s insatiable desire to know and control nature as a commodity becomes more dynamical...
Author: Michael Kweku Commeh
Think Tank VI
National Park as a Social Corporation
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The issue is discussed how authorities of National Parks that aim to preserve biosphere can enlarge income. A review indicates that many Parks generate high income from tourism. A Dutch case illustrates that one can find sustainable innovat...
Author: Yoram Krozer & Else Christensen-Redzepovic
Think Tank IX
Developing a knowledge platform on value of parks for ...
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National Parks and other protected natural areas are a significant point of focus for tourism activity globally. Consequently it is important to understand the values of parks for tourism to assist with effective policy, planning and manage...
Author: Michael Hughes & Jack Carlsen