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The Australian EcoCertification program (NEAP): blazing a trail for ecotourism certification, but keeping on track?

The Australian EcoCertification program (NEAP): blazing a trail for ecotourism certification, but keeping on track?

Quality assurance and certification in ecotourism: 435-463

This chapter provides an insight into the development of the Australian EcoCertification programme (originally known as the National Ecotourism Accreditation Program or NEAP) and identifies key changes introduced as a result of experience, the inbuilt demand for continuous improvement, internal politics and external pressure and forces.

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