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This book offers examples of how countries, regions and local areas have tackled the tourism and environmental challenges they have faced. There are case studies, many learning points and numerous issues are investigated and commented upon. The book has 47 chapters presented under six major headings: (i) international and national scales of tourism and leisure planning; (ii) regional tourism planning and natural resource planning; (iii) coastal and maritime planning and management; (iv) historic cities and sustainable tourism planning; (v) local and site scale of tourism and leisure services planning; and (vi) resorts, spas, pilgrimages and city tourism. The book is targeted both at planners and at tourism planners, whether in training or in practice, as well as those who hold key interests in planning as decision makers, advocates and stakeholders. Available In Print
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