Relationship Between Ecotourism And Environment

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Part one:personal understanding of chapter three 1. Introduction The relationship between ecotourism and environments is the core contents in chapter three. It introduces the theory both public and private protected areas. Moreover, the distribution of ecotourism in protected areas and those modified spaces. Because my major is environment and development lead me to feel a very interest in this topic. This chapter gives a good example of how to combine tourism and environment together. Moreover, the method to keep this new styles tourism model suit for most of the counties. 2. Main part 2.1. Public and private protected areas 2.1.1. Public protected areas There are several reasons introduced in the textbooks that the importance of public…show more content…
The potential drawbacks of modified spaces There are two main parts are considered as the potential drawbacks of modified spaces. Firstly, a few previous studies of ecotourism lead to estimate the amount of ecotourism become so difficult. Secondly, there does not exist a complex mechanism to facilitate increasing the environmental awareness of visitors. Moreover, it is difficult to identify a place is follow these ecotourism rules or not. 3. Conclusion Ecotourism is a protective tour. Tourism can develop the economy, but ecotourism is not the first goal of developing the economy. It is a new type of tourism that emphasizes the unified development of society, nature, resources, environment, and ecology. And the aim of ecotourism is building a harmonious relationship between human society and nature. When tourists enjoy the natural ecology, they also regard themselves as part of the natural ecosystem. These are the most fundamental differences between Eco-tourism and traditional tourism. Part two: questions sets Question 1: pp.68 Opened-end question: Why are category Ⅱ、Ⅲ protected areas the most important ecotourism…show more content…
First, modified environments provide habitats for endangered species, such as precious flora and fauna. Second, modified environments enrich the learning experience because those areas are regarded as a good example of interaction between human beings and natural resources. Third, modified environments account for a very large percentage of the world's land. Therefore the growth of demand for ecotourism requires those land become eco-tourism venues. Fourth, the local government wants to decrease the pressure from fragile the natural environment. In that case, Human activities already change the local natural situation so that those spaces are easy to become the high level of ecotourism venues. Multiple-choice question: What can the reasons be made for the use of extensively modified environments as ecotourism venues? ① modified environments provide habitats for specific kinds of species. ② it is a good example of interaction between human beings and natural resources. ③ modified environments account for a very large percentage of the world's land. ④ those areas are easily become ecotourism venues because of human

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