Community-Owned Tourism: Pushing the Paradigms of Alternative Tourisms?

@inproceedings{Renkert2017CommunityOwnedTP,
  title={Community-Owned Tourism: Pushing the Paradigms of Alternative Tourisms?},
  author={Sarah Rachelle Renkert},
  year={2017}
}
The Kichwa Añangu Community lives in Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park. As a community, they have chosen to dedicate their livelihood to community-owned tourism, or what is commonly called turismo comunitario in Ecuador. Tourism brings multiple, ongoing challenges to the Añangu Community. Shifting market demands, growing regional and transnational competition, and large-scale climate events each present ongoing vulnerabilities. Furthermore, the Añangu do not own rights to the petroleum reserves… CONTINUE READING

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