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Pro-Poor Tourism Strategies: Making Tourism Work For The Poor. A review of experience.
Acknowledgements This study would not have been possible without the assistance of a number of key individuals. Jacqueline Saunders, formerly of IIED, provided invaluable research assistanceExpand
Pro-poor tourism: putting poverty at the heart of the tourism agenda.
This paper examines how tourism affects the livelihoods of the poor and how positive impacts can be enhanced. In doing so, it assesses the relevance of tourism to the poverty agenda, and the factorsExpand
Local attitudes towards conservation and tourism around Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Ensuring local support for protected areas is increasingly viewed as an important element of biodiversity conservation. This is often predicated on the provision of benefits from protected areas, andExpand
In pursuit of ecotourism
  • H. Goodwin
  • Business
  • Biodiversity & Conservation
  • 1 March 1996
Ecotourism is expected, by the tourism industry and academics, to grow rapidly over the next 20 years. Much has been written about ecotourism, often with missionary zeal, but there is littleExpand
Community-based tourism: a success?
The support of the German Development Agency (GTZ) in part funding 2 this research and publication is gratefully acknowledged. We are grateful to those who took the time to respond to our twoExpand
Reflections on 10 years of Pro‐Poor Tourism
Pro-Poor Tourism (PPT) arose 10 years ago when following the change of government after nearly two decades of Thatcherism the Overseas Development Administration (ODA), which did not have a seat atExpand
Local economic impacts of dragon tourism in Indonesia.
Abstract Ecotourism in protected areas is viewed as a sustainable alternative to mass tourism and as a means of providing benefits to local communities which bear the greatest opportunity costs ofExpand
Ethical and responsible tourism: Consumer trends in the UK
Responsible tourism is emerging as a significant market trend in the UK as wider consumer market trends towards lifestyle marketing and ethical consumption spread to tourism. This paper reviewsExpand
Local Community Involvement in Tourism around National Parks: Opportunities and Constraints
National Parks are often major tourist attractions located in relatively remote and marginalised rural areas. The potential role of tourism in contributing to the costs of conservation and providingExpand
Executive summary. It is ten years since the British government’s Department for International Development (DFID) commissioned a discussion paper on Tourism and Poverty Elimination; since then theExpand