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The British experience: interpretation, conservation and tourism

, : The British experience: interpretation, conservation and tourism. Natour ( 10): 34-37

Domestic and international tourism have shown substantial growth in the UK in recent years. This has been accompanied by a growing concern to protect the landscape, character, culture and ecology of the areas receiving visitors. Those concerned with the interrelationship between tourism and the environment are beginning to realize the pivotal role that interpretation can play within it.

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