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The limited potential of ecotourism to contribute to wildlife conservation

Dates

Year
2000

Citation

Isaacs, J.C., 2000, The limited potential of ecotourism to contribute to wildlife conservation: v. 28, p. 61-69.

Summary

Ecotourism has been proposed as a viable economic activity that can minimize negative human impacts on wildlife habitat and provide an incentive to preserve natural areas. The potential of ecotourism as a wildlife conservation strategy is limited by its inability to insure the long-term protection of environmental assets and by its tendency to contribute directly to environmental degradation. Ecotourism is a proxy market designed to align consumers' preferences for recreation with the protection of environmental assets. Because it does not necessarily address the direct protection of those assets, it is prone to market failure. Pressures on governments and firms involved in providing ecotourism services will impair their ability to [...]

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Author :
Isaacs, J.C.

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  • Western Energy Citation Clearinghouse

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Alternate Titles

  • Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Type Scheme Key
ISBN WECC 0091-7648

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typePages
value61-69
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