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The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and the Environment

Edited by: Andrew Holden , David Fennell

Print publication date:  July  2012
Online publication date:  August  2012

Print ISBN: 9780415582070
eBook ISBN: 9780203121108
Adobe ISBN: 9781136325564

10.4324/9780203121108
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The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and the Environment explores and critically evaluates the debates and controversies inherent to tourism’s relationship with nature, especially pertinent at a time of major re-evaluation of our relationship with the environment as a consequence of the environmental problems we now face. It brings together leading specialists from range of disciplinary backgrounds and geographical regions, to provide state-of-the-art theoretical reflection and empirical research on this complex relationship and future direction.

The book is divided in to five interrelated sections. Section one evaluates the philosophical basis, rationale and complexity of what is meant by the term ‘environment’ considering the major influences in the construction of how we understand our surroundings and the types of values we place upon them. Section two evaluates the types of eco-systems that are used as natural resources for tourism and the negative and positive impacts upon them. Section three evaluates relevant environmental policy and management mechanisms for the impacts of tourism on the natural environment. Section four focuses on the changing tourism-environment relationship, and the types of tourism that have become established in the tourism industry, market and policy. Section five, analyzes contemporary and future issues of the tourism-environment relationship, based upon themes of environmental and social welfare.

This timely book will provide an invaluable resource for all those with an interest in tourism’s relationship with the natural environment, encouraging dialogue across disciplinary boundaries and areas of study. The book is international in its focus, emphasizing that issues of tourism and the natural environment are not only localized but transcend national boundaries that sometimes require both international and global responses. This is essential reading for student, researchers and academics of Tourism as well as those of Geography, Environmental Studies and Development Studies.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The natural science ontology of environment Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Social science ontology of environment Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Religious views of the environment Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Tourism and Indigenous reverence Download PDF
Chapter  6:  ‘Prophets of nature’ Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The importance of the aesthetic Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Viewing nature politically Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Using complexity theory to develop understanding of tourism and the environment Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Tourism and romantic myths of nature Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Nature bites back Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Biodiversity and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  14:  ‘Tourism into the wild’ Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Freshwater systems and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Marine systems and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Mountain environments and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Orchids Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Island tourism Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  21:  The Brundtland Report ( Our Common Future ) and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Framework conventions for climate change Download PDF
Chapter  23:  The vulnerability of tourism to climate change Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Demand management for the sustainability of tourism Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Zoning, land-use planning and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Protected areas and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Limits of Acceptable Change and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Sustainable tourism certification Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Lessons learned Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Ecotourism Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Nature-based tourism Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Wildlife tourism Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Agri-tourism Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Slow travel Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Responsible tourism Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Pro-poor tourism and local economic development Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Climate change and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Climate policy and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Water and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Community-based ecotourism as indigenous social entrepreneurship Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Tourism’s wasteful ways Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Fair Trade in tourism Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Resiliency and uncertainty in tourism Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Tourism and CSR Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Environmental security and tourism Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Adaptive co-management Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Measurement of corporate social performance in tourism Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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