CHAPTER FIVE Discussion, Implications and Conclusion. 1.1. Introduction We can make our Riverfront with patience and persistence. People are recognizing that Riverfronts can bring new life to them and energy to their communities. They are doing this by creating new economic activity, redeveloping historic and abandoned structures, improving Riverfront recreation, and protecting natural resources.
However, this statement is also saying that farming is something that is essential for humans and has grown a lot which makes stopping wildlife farming difficult. The author also states ways that you can have wildlife farming and preserve wild animals, but even those options were limited. At the end of the article the author states, “The challenge is to persuade people accustomed to exploiting an entire planet’s species to get by with perhaps a few hundred. But the danger otherwise is that we will end up on a planet with no wildlife at all.” This statement proves how wildlife conservation is needed and how that is challenging too. Overall, I liked this article’s deep insights into the effects that wildlife farming has on
Forestry need to stay alive and that is forest management where to help clear a forest of dead trees or debris that bother younger plant life to grow and take the others place. There is a lot to be done and anyone can help. For example, there are many groups that plan events, plant trees, or help control the forests. “A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people” (Franklin D. Roosevelt).
In his article, Postrel first use a citing some famous people’s ideas which is that every place looks the same to explain that some people think that too much chain stores make the cities less attractive. Then she starts using her ideas and examples to explain why she think the chain stores are good. First, she uses some examples of many famous chain stores to show that chain store can really improve the live quality in some towns such as the Chandler. The chain stores are not only improving the qualities of people’s life, but also lower their price and improve their service quality. What is more, the chain stores can also make people adapt a new life in some different cities faster and
Any tourist spot (nucleus) has to have an zone of closure to make it successful as a tourist attraction. It’s not necessary that every tourist spot has all the amenities but if the amenities are more than that spot will surely attract tourists in large numbers. Inviolate belt plays an important role in Gunn’s model as it is a major factor which affects the rise or decline of a tourist spot. If the amenities are less or we can say if the inviolate belt is on a weaker side then it will have a negative effect on any tourist spot. Last aspect of Gunn’s model is The Zone of Closure.
As the human population continues to grow and encroach on wild areas, wildlife has had fewer and fewer places to live in. This wildlife is very important to many cultures, our natural ecosystem and also to our economy, through eco-tourism. While the act of hunting an animal has frequently resulted in the complete die off of many species, it has also shown to help populations of animals when done in a controlled manner. The key to hunting working as a tool of conservation is the aspect of control. It is what marks the difference between the extinction of a species and working to promote the continuation of a species.
Richard Louv, author of the novel Last Child in the Woods, delivers his message by stating that the modern world is progressing so rapidly, that people, especially the youth, nowadays don’t seem to appreciate nature and argues against man’s increasing separation between nature. He acknowledges the seemingly endless ads plastered all over nature by stamping and pining their ads on trees, public beaches, and park benches as an opportunity to promote nature yet their company as well. Although advertisers state that they respect the “cultural importance”, of nature by plastering their company logo onto nature, it makes it seems as it’s not worth looking at if their brand is not being promoted. He introduces an anecdote along with several reasonable questions about why humans advocate for the encouragement of less TV among children, yet they keep creating, expanding and tempting parents to add these “multimedia products” onto their everyday lives. To add on, Louv paints various pictures of us placing our hands on the car window and gazing in admiration at all of the sceneries we passed leading the reader to reminisce pleasant memories.
The wonderful environment of the mountains is also an extremely fragile one. Increasing population density and number of trekkers threatens to destroy the very beauty which attracts us in the first place. Trekkers should be extremely environmentally conscious and aim to minimize our impact as much as possible. Trekkers should discourage from using wood-fuelled hot showers in lodges along the way. Many lodges, however, now provide solar hot showers, a far more eco-friendly alternative.
As regards non-consumptive recreational tourism values of wildlife, from the 1980s to present, using wildlife resources in tourism is a good way to attract people and promote development of industry all over the world. Nowadays, it is said that mots of tourist’s demand are wanting to see real wildlife in their natural state so government in countries is focusing on taking care and maintain wildlife. This method brings a lot of benefits to not only host countries but also visitors. First of all, wildlife are animals people cannot see everyday so they will choose destinations which have a various of wildlife live. As a result, the more wildlife lives, the more destination attracts visitors.
As said before the waste a water is a large problem among popular destinations this problem is also caused by recreational boating. Tourist activities as an environmental impact is a cumulative problem, as one tourist might not give a problem, more tourists however cause a unceasing problem. How to diminish these impacts? Among the government, the private sector and individuals there is a growing recognition of the impacts tourism has on the environment. The WTTC published