6 edition of Mediterranean Islands and Sustainable Tourism Development found in the catalog.
April 15, 2001
by Continuum International Publishing Group
Written in English
|Contributions||Dimitri Loannides (Editor), Yorghos Apostolopoulos (Editor), Sevil Sonmez (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Sustainable Tourism Development in the Greek Islands and the Role of Tourism research and Education G. ZAHARATOS P. TSARTAS 1. Tourist development and labour market features - in relation to education - in the Greek islands 1 In the post-war period, Greek islands have been one of the most important tourist poles of the Size: 1MB. This book deals with tourism's role in the development of island economies. Although each of the book's 15 chapters takes into account the particular characteristics of tourism in the Caribbean, Pacific, and Mediterranean regions along with main issues pertinent to tourism and barriers and constraints on sustainability, certain themes recur throughout the by:
Sustainable Tourism • All the stakeholders in tourism development should safeguard the natural environment with a view to achieving sound, continuous and sustainable economic growth geared to satisfying equitably the needs and aspirations of present and future generations (UNWTO (n,d) in Global Code of Ethics for Tourism). The Mediterranean Sea is a sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by the Mediterranean Basin and almost completely enclosed by land: on the north by Southern Europe and Anatolia, on the south by North Africa and on the east by the gh the sea is sometimes considered a part of the Atlantic Ocean, it is usually referred to as a separate body of nates: 35°N 18°E / 35°N 18°ECoordinates: .
The Mediterranean is the main tourist destination in the world. Every year millions of people flock to the Mediterranean coasts, with the number likely to reach between and million people per year by Tourism activity peaks in summer, coinciding with the time when natural water availability is at its lowest. Storing waterFile Size: KB. Hotels lead sustainable tourism efforts in Greece. The good news are that during the last years, many accommodation providers – mainly hotels – have begun to prioritize sustainability, searching for accreditation, awards or certification by European Union or Global Sustainable Tourism Council recognized or approved labels/standards.
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Mediterranean Islands and Sustainable Tourism Development: Practices Management and Policies (Island Studies)Format: Hardcover. Book Review: Mediterranean Islands and Sustainable Tourism Development: Practices, Management and Policies Andreas Papatheodorou Tourism and Hospitality Research 4: 1, Author: Andreas Papatheodorou.
Our work includes work on sustainable tourism development and policy implementation on islands. We have done work in many small island destinations (Mediterranean, Caribbean, SE Asia, Canada).
The following are island issues and vulnerabilities which she has encountered. This multidisciplinary volume dicusses the impact of tourism on sustainable development in the Caribbean, the Pacific, and the Mediterranean.
Bringing together scholars, development practitioners, international experts, and professionals, the contributors discuss the issues from a holistic and transnational perspective. This work provides a much-needed, thorough understanding of the interplay Reviews: 1. Mediterranean islands and sustainable tourism development: practices, management and policies.
This book is the result of shared experiences and interests in Mediterranean Islands and Sustainable Tourism Development book role in the development of island economies.
The time we spent in south Florida and our backgrounds and relationship with the maritime regions of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, respectively, compounded our academic curiosity.
During recent decades, cruise tourism has seen enormous growth in both passenger numbers and destinations. The downside of this growth is the negative impact on environment and society.
This is even more true, if the destination considered has a fragile ecosystem. Associating the paradigm of sustainable development with the practice of cruise tourism might represent a solution to the problems Cited by: 2. Inherent societal characteristics and the exponential development of the tourism sector are generating a need for a dedicated set of actions to be included in Strategic Directions for Sustainable Tourism in the Mediterranean to be implemented by regional, national and local policymakers and stakeholders under the following shared vision: "Promote sustainable Mediterranean.
This multidisciplinary volume dicusses the impact of tourism on sustainable development in the Caribbean, the Pacific, and the Mediterranean.
Bringing together scholars, development practitioners, international experts, and professionals, the contributors discuss the issues from a holistic and transnational by: Request PDF | On Jan 1,Brian King and others published Mediterranean islands and sustainable tourism development.
Practices management and policies edited by Dimitri Ioannides, Yiorghos. Islands are the most vulnerable and fragile of tourism destinations and will experience even more pressure as the combined impacts of economic, social and environmental change accelerate in the future.
In order to understand the process of island tourism development, response to change and challenges and their journey to sustainability, this book provides insights and.
Considers that tourism represents for most islands a primary source of wealth creation, having a direct influence on the growth of other sectors (agriculture, commerce, services, fisheries), and that it is imperative to put in place an integrated policy capable of ensuring the sustainability of island tourism; believes that this policy needs to be accompanied by a well-organised European.
Get this from a library. Island tourism: sustainable perspectives. [Jack Carlsen; Richard Butler;] -- This book exemplifies the ecological, social and economic perspectives of sustainable island tourism development. The book consists of 15 chapters presented in three parts. Cases in this book include.
Conversely, alternative, sustainable approaches to tourism development on islands are considered to be more beneficial (Carlsen, & Butler, ; Graci, & Dodds, ). Nevertheless, no attempt has.
The Mediterranean region, with its rich history and unrivalled natural beauty, has long been one of the top tourism destinations in the world, hosting more than million tourists in – more than double the number recorded in Book Description.
Sustainable Tourism Practices in the Mediterranean showcases and examines the current and future trends in sustainable tourism in this popular region where tourism is one of the leading determinants of economic development. This is an inevitable consequence of a book of this nature which examines tourism on islands that offer accommodation that collectively attract 40 million tourists a year out of a total of 12, islands in the Region.
The Mediterranean Sea borders some 23 countries and is. This book exemplifies the ecological, social and economic perspectives of sustainable island tourism development. The book consists of 15 chapters presented in three parts.
Cases in this book include cold water islands in the Atlantic and Southern Oceans, as well as islands in the more popular warmer climes of the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and.
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The project Sustainability and Tourism in the Mediterranean (S&T MED) is an ENPI CBC MED (multilateral cross-border cooperation "Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme”); it aims at providing necessary technical and organizational support to promoting coordinated actions on the supply side (with special regards to SMEs and their actual and potential clusters in the agro-food sector and other.
Tourism in the Mediterranean: Growth, competitiveness and sustainability. Euromed: Current Cooperation and Future Perspectives in Sustainable Tourism. 21 June Brussels, Belgium Ref. Ares() - 06/10/pressures, the Strategy for Sustainable Development of the Republic of Croatia, while respecting the assumed international obligations, is focused on long-term action in eight key areas: 1.
encouraging population growth in the Republic of Croatia; 2. This book comments on the complexities of Mediterranean tourism, with contributions from researchers, consultants, managers and advisors from thirteen countries.
It is an excellent reference tool for undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as industry practitioners, for the examination of tourism in different Mediterranean : Taylor And Francis.