ISSN 1108-8931


Year 6 - Issue 62

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A Practical Guide to Good Practice: Managing Environmental Impacts in the Marine Recreation Sector

Publisher: CELB, Coral Reef Alliance and others
Reference on good environmental and social practice from marine recreation providers
"for the corporate community to use during purchaser-supplier business processes".
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TTF's A Natural Partnership: Making National Parks a Tourism Priority
by Penelope Figgis
Publisher: TTF, Australia
Commissioned by tourism and transport group, TTF Australia, and in conjunction with Sustainable Tourism CRC, the report found that there are 80 million visits to National Parks in Australia each year.
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Community Forests. Equity, use and conservation
Publisher: World Rainforest Movement
This publication (also available in Spanish and French) aims at supporting and promoting this community forests. The book is divided into two sections: the first one, presents a series of analytical article on the subject, and the second one consists of a selection of articles based on experiences of community forest management from different countries. 
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Vagabond Globetrotting 3, The Electronic Traveler in the New Millennium
by Marcus Endicott
20 years after its first edition, this valuable book has been extensively reworked by lifelong vagabond and ecotravel expert Marcus Endicott, and includes more essential websites, tips and resources.

Tourism and Poverty Alleviation Recommendations for Action
Publisher: World Tourism Organisation
47 pages
Provides practical recommendations for governments, private tourism companies, international agencies

Observations on International Tourism Communications
Publisher: World Tourism Organisation
306 pages
Report is based on the First World Conference on Tourism Communications – TOURCOM (Madrid, Spain 29-30 January 2004). Compilation of speeches and presentations by professional communicators in tourism, including directors of national tourist boards or administrations, representatives of private sector and prominent journalists.

Sustainable Tourism
by F.D. PINEDA and C.A. BREBBIA (Editors)
Publisher: Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
384 pages
Explores issues concerned with accomplishing environmental, social and economic sustainability of tourism, the papers featured in this volume come from an international conference on this topic.

Wildlife Tourism: impacts, management and planning
by Karen Higginbottom (Editor)
Publisher: CRC, Australia
Provides an up-to-date review of wildlife tourism issues, and "practical directions for enhancing its Triple Bottom Line sustainability".
Due out July 2004, this title can be examined on a 30-day basis by
lecturers considering to prescribe this as course text.
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Tourism and the Less Developed World: Issues and Case Studies
by D Harrison, Int. Institute for Culture, Tourism and Development, London
Publisher: Metropolitan University, UK
288 Pages
Presents a range of case studies interpreted from a perspective of the sociology and anthropology of development.



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