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The Importance of Ecotourism as a Development and Conservation Tool in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, 2011
La importancia del Ecoturismo como una Herramienta de Desarollo y Conservacion en la Peninsula de Osa, Costa Rica
Social and environmental effects of ecotourism in the Osa Peninsula of
Costa Rica: the Lapa Rios case, Journal of Ecotourism
Angelica M. Almeyda Zambrano abc; Eben N. Broadbent bcd; William H. Durham ac
a Department of Anthropology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA b Carnegie Institution for
Science, Department of Global Ecology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA c Center for
Responsible Travel, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA d Department of Biology, Stanford
University, Stanford, CA, USA
Forest fragmentation, connectivity and defaunation in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, from 1985-2008: contrasting effects of ecotourism and palm plantations.
Eben N. Broadbent a,b,*, Angelica M. Almeyda a,c, Rodolfo, Dirzo b, William H. Durham c,d, 5 Laura Driscoll c,d, Patrick Gallagher c, Rosalyn Salters d, Jared Schultz d,e, Angelica Colmenares
Citation: Bhatt, S. and S. Liyakhat. 2008. Ecotourism Development in India. Communities, Capital and Conservation. Centre for Environment Education and Cambridge University Press, New Delhi.
In this book, visiting Fulbright scholar Seema Bhatt presents a comprehensive and analytical perspective on the development of ecotourism in India.This book showcases the key policies and legal frameworks linked to ecotourism development at national and international levels. The consequences of large-scale models of ecotourism in terms of responses and impacts, both negative and positive are presented through select case studies. It is intended to facilitate effective formulation and implementation of conservation and development policies and practices.
This book will be useful for policy-makers, students of tourism, practitioners and civil society organisations.
Edited by R. Black and Alice Crabtree, Quality Assurance and Certification in Ecotourism presents a range of perspectives relating to the ecotourism industry.
Co-director Martha Honey contributes the foreward.
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