Improving the Net Benefits from Tourism for People Living in Remote Northern Australia

@inproceedings{Greiner2010ImprovingTN,
  title={Improving the Net Benefits from Tourism for People Living in Remote Northern Australia},
  author={Romy Greiner},
  year={2010}
}
  • Romy Greiner
  • Published 2010
  • Economics
  • Tourism can be an important source of livelihoods at a destination level. Yet, while there are economic benefits associated with more tourists, there can also be costs to destinations in the form of negative environmental and social impacts. This paper illustrates tourism-related dilemmas for two remote regions within Australia’s tropical savannas where increasing visitor numbers are straining not only the very environmental assets that attract tourist, but also the host communities. The paper… CONTINUE READING

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