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Basic steps toward encouraging local participation in nature tourism projects


, : Basic steps toward encouraging local participation in nature tourism projects. Ecotourism: a guide for planners and managers: 134-151

While ecotourism is often presented as a practical and effective means of attaining social and economic improvement, there are many cases where it has led to numerous problems. The chapter is concerned with ecotourism activities for which providing benefits to local communities is a major objective. The focus is on projects that are designed to provide both conservation and development benefits to communities through nature tourism.

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