Tourism and the Environment Symposium, May 1-2, 1995, Christchurch, New Zealand
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Tourism and the Environment Symposium, May 1-2, 1995, Christchurch, New Zealand [proceedings] by APEC

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Published by APEC Secretariat .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Congresses,
  • Pacific Area,
  • Ecotourism,
  • Asia

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9193644M
ISBN 109810073690
ISBN 109789810073695

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New Zealand have been prepared for changes from to , and from to These future year periods are centred around and , and. Aotearoa New Zealand. Most of these tourists participate in activities based on the natural environment. Tourism that is focused on New Zealand's unique species and natural features is one of the key aspects that gives this country a competitive advantage in the global tourism sector (Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (PCE), a). the Waiho River, W estland, New Zealand Tim Davies, 1 Blair Campbell, 2 Bob Hall 3 and Chris Gomez 2 1 Dept of Geological Sciences, Univ ersity of Canterbury, Private Bag Christchur ch. Environment and Tourism emphasises a holistic view of the tourism system and how it interacts with nature, illustrating the positive and negative effects of this relationship. It emphasises how ontologies of the environment influence the planning and management of tourism for natural resource conservation and human by:

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