The colonialist focused on transportation sector because of its importance in furthering European mining interests while as well in the aspect of agriculture, the transportation was largely to connect the agriculturally rich areas. They connected areas of high economic potentials. In a global capitalist market, an infrastructure investment brings about economic change which reduces trade costs and integrating markets. The transportation in colonial Africa brings a transportation revolution, because trade costs were extremely high before. Africa’s exports were comprised of raw materials such as oil, copper, cotton, coffee, and cocoa.
Elephants have been part of our lives for centuries, and the disappearance of this majestic and unique animal means losing a significant part of our religious beliefs and cultural identity. Elephants are an important part of nature. They are a key species as their existence is linked to many natural processes, and losing them would affect many other life forms. For example, many plants rely on elephants for seed dispersal and germination: elephants eat their seeds and help them disperse and grow in new areas. Elephant dung also provides food for beetles, flies, worms and other insects.
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
Furthermore, the furious and stressful elephants may also cause injury or even death either to the people in charge of zoos, visitors or even to the animals themselves. As such, there are regulations to protect people and especially animals from such risk. There is Tort Law and also The Animal Welfare Act 2006. Tort Law governs liability of management of a premise such as the zoo. Negligence and occupier’s liability is the main branch of tort law which is the most relevant to accidents in zoos.
4.0 The mix of Stakeholders involvements in the development of Tourism in Ghana Stakeholders are very important in the development of tourism in the country. The stake holders of Ghana tourism include Ghana Tourism Authority, Government, Ministry of Tourism, Traditional rulers, Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Ghana Investment Promotions center (GIPC) etc. these stakeholders has various functions and performs different roles to help in the development of tourism in the country. It is known that Government and the locals are the important stakeholders in tourism developments and sustainability in a country (William and Lawson, 2001). Freeman (2010) stated that an organization can be characterized by its relationship with the organization
It can lead to a severe imbalance in Malaysia biodiversity if animal poaching and illegal trade of wildlife continues to go on. Animals like Malayan tigers, Malayan sun bears, rhinoceros and etc are critically endangered (DWNP, 2009). Beside animals, plants are also being harvest illegally. These illegal wildlife trades and poaching will eventually affect the richness of biodiversity in Malaysia. As what stated, Malaysia tropical rainforests are the core of the biodiversity in Malaysia to maintain the ecological balance in the nature.
Goa is bestowed by beautiful waterfalls, dense green jungle and water lashing rivers. The topic is selected in order to focus on the ongoing eco-tourism activity in Verlem village. Eco tourism is widely believed to be the perfect economic activity to promote both sustainability and development. Eco tourism can generate economy for the rural poor people also develop rural Goa. 1.5 Aims and Objectives • To study the “Aangan” project- as an initiative of Eco-tourism initiated by Mineral Foundation at Verlem
The impact for the Rhino The impact of Rhino poaching affects the economy and tourism. South Africa was expected to lose at least 1 rhino per day and with the unrestrained nature of the poaching has caused unsustainable resource consumption, which has restricted the development and growth of the tourism sector within the country. (Fin24,
Municipalities have the national mandate to promote tourism development within their areas with an aim of bringing a positive social change, for example, job creation and infrastructural development. This notion of development is also advocated by the White Paper on Environmental Management (DEAT 1997), which sees development as the process of improving human well-being through a reallocation of resources that involves some modification of environment. Therefore the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality has the mandate to promote tourism development by using the assets that fall under its jurisdiction. Tourism continues to be a growing part of the economy and is currently the largest exporter and has surpassed gold as a foreign exchange