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Tourism development in coastal areas in Africa: promoting sustainability through governance and management mechanisms
Coastal areas have a high potential for tourism development in large parts of Africa. Governments and tourism enterprises should pay due attention to sustainability principles for tourism to serve as...
|Mié 30 Oct 2013|
Integrated Tourism Circuit. Bengal
The Project entitled – “Developing an Integrated Tourism Circuit in Gar Mandaran-Kamarpukur-Joyrambati in the State of West Bengal” has been prepared on behalf of the Ramakrishna Math & Mission,...
|Jue 06 Jun 2013|
LDC Export Diversification, Employment Generation and the "Green Economy": What roles for tourism linkages?
“Pro-poor” tourism is arguably one of the best green options for addressing LDC poverty, employment and economic diversification initiatives. Although often neglected as a serious policy option — and...
|Jue 30 May 2013|
A Futuristic Perspective on West Bengal's Tourism Industry
The state of West Bengal is unique in terms of tourism, given the fact that it is the only state in India, which has all the three vital ingredients – sea (The Bay of Bengal), mountains (The Eastern...
|Mié 09 Jan 2013|
About Hotel Classification Systems
The matter of the classification of tourism accommodations is particularly difficult for at least two reasons: First of all, due to the large diversity of types of tourism accommodations, a...
|Mié 09 Jan 2013|
Resurrecting Kalyani Through Tourism - A World War II US Army Base
This Tourism Plan entitled – “Resurrecting Kalyani through Tourism – A Case Study” deals exclusively with the pros and cons of Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Tourism in the township of Kalyani and the...
|Mié 12 Dec 2012|
Domestic Tourism Study Overview
The domestic tourism study in Asia and the Pacific was initiated in 2011 and will be finalised by UNWTO in 2012. The responses to the call for contributions to the domestic tourism study, based on a...
|Vie 14 Sep 2012|
Some points on Domestic Tourism
Whether it is to rest, discover new things, meet others or to have a unique experience, everyone has a right to tourism; in short, there are not, there should not be, and there cannot be two...
|Lun 07 May 2012|
The indirect impact of tourism: an economic analysis
by Professor François Vellas Toulouse University – TED AFL Third Meeting of T20 Tourism Ministers Paris, France, 25 October 2011 Executive Summary The main purpose of this report is to show the...
|Lun 23 Apr 2012|
Exploring the Full Economic Impact of Tourism for Policy Making
Extending the Use of the Tourism Satellite Account through Macroeconomic Analysis Tools Mr. Douglas C. Frechtling, UNWTO Consultant under the supervision of UNWTO Statistics and Tourism Satellite...
|Mar 03 Apr 2012|