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Making Nature-based Tourism Contribute to Sustainable Development: A Policy FrameworkAuthor(s): Jan Laarman; Hans Gregersen
Source: Policy Brief: The Enviromental and Natural Resources Policy and Training Project
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionRevenues from ecotourism or nature-based tourism in 1988 were estimated as one-fourth the total of some $55 billion earned from tourism in developing countries. Ecotourism provides substantial flows of hard currencies to several economies of the developming world.
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CitationLaarman, Jan; Gregersen, Hans 1994. Making Nature-based Tourism Contribute to Sustainable Development: A Policy Framework. Policy Brief: The Enviromental and Natural Resources Policy and Training Project
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