But 42.5% respondents believe that tourists are not aware about the local culture and 30.1% state neutral position on this statement. • Physical Integrity: Physical integrity means to maintain and enhance the quality of landscapes, both urban and rural area and
Cultural tourism then was also defined as ‘activity’ and ‘movement’, which insinuate action. ICOMOS (1997) define it as an acitivity, which enables the experiencing of other people’s way of life in order to understand their customs, traditions and thinking. It is in a way an activity of learning. ATLAS (2009) mentioned a similar purpose of cultural tourism as to gather information of a new culture. Unlike the UNWTO (2004), however, who while still defining it as movement, an activity, it is also motivated by the intent of enjoying different cultures.
Increments in substantial downpours, surges, and extreme tempests, where these happen, can be exceptionally troublesome to society and are among the potential effects of general concern. Rising ocean levels will influence seaside ranges, along which, human groups are concentrated. Changes in temperature and precipitation will influence characteristic environments and will effect on horticulture and sustenance supplies. Mass movement also contributes to health risks as more diseases will be easily spread especially those that are not common to other parts of the world, which will cause the government expenditure
Coral Reefs are important to our society because they support bustling diverse ecosystems that provide shelter to a fourth of all identified marine species and act as natural barriers, which protect the coastline from the ocean’s pounding waves. Coral reef ecosystems help to benefit economies by providing protection against erosion, cultivating fisheries, creating and sustaining tourism activities, offering substances for medical uses, and providing a diversity of culture and aesthetics to communities. We are hurting the coral reefs by over fishing, destructive fishing methods, unsustainable tourism, coastal development, pollution, and global aquarium trade. Corals are also being affected by climate change as well; because of coral bleaching, rising sea levels, ocean acidification. Other causes to damaging the coral reefs are, coral disease, crown of thorns starfish, and alien invasive species.
Removal of an organism from its environment can often leave irreversible impacts on the environment its self. Historically humans have overharvested animal and plant species to maximize their short term profit, even though it is at the expense of the sustainability of many species. Over harvesting follows a pattern – species are harvested from the wild to make a profit which then encourages more people to get involved in the species extraction. This competition then encourages the development of large scale of extraction which eventually causes extinction of the species. The most common example of overharvesting is fishing.
Beach Pollution – The Plastic Dilemma Beaches play an important part in the marine ecosystem. They are also an important source of leisure and a tourist attraction. However, an increased number of human activities and the usage of non-biodegradable materials and relentless garbage-formation is a major factor contributing towards marine pollution and the pollution on beaches. This pollution is caused by a number of natural and man-made factors. The natural factors include floods and tsunamis, while the man-made contributors to beach pollution are the biggest source of pollution.
However, according to Wagar, using wildlife in tourism is as an experience rather than a tangible product and in the future, more and more people will use this resources and become abuse because this tourism can be a factor leading to be consumptive of the wildlife resource such as gaming hunting or fishing. In this article, it is listed some wildlife which are discovered by explorers such as fairy penguins on Phillip Island, short-tailed shearwaters or cormorants with the Royal albatross colony. Furthermore, according to Duffus and
The ocean is a beautiful part of the Earth that is home to a large variety of Marine life like plants, animals, and other organisms. Organisms that can not live anywhere else are surviving with what they have but it is destroyed due to trash. Beaches and island, are amazing tourist destinations that help an economy to improve or a beautiful place to live are also being destroyed by trash. Marine littering is what is destroying both ocean and beaches by creating the cause of the destruction, making marine littering and pollution an extremely important issue that needs a drastic solution. Water pollution or marine littering has been affecting marine life due to trash being thrown into the ocean without caring or thinking about the problem that is being created.
history, of PMQ. The history of PMQ can be divided into visible and invisible parts. After that there will be a critical analysis on the presentation of identity and community in PMQ. It is believed that PMQ nowadays exhibits gentrification and so, it is highly impossible that there is effective conservation of the history in PMQ after its revitalization. Then this report will critically evaluate the effectiveness of cultural promotion in PMQ.
The loss of precious crude oil during an oil spill effects on the economy as more barrels of oils are then needed to be imported. As after the oil spill the cleaning up of the spill is also an expensive and tedious task, however the company is responsible for the cleaning up of the oil spill but a lot of government help is needed while the cleaning process. This cleaning up of spill also effects the health of the workers cleaning the spill and thus increasing the cost of medical treatment. 3. Effect on Tourism Industry: The oil spills also majorly effects the tourism industry as the site of oil spread on beach, dead animals and sludge as the tourists stay away from these types of sites.