Forest Tourism and Recreation : Case Studies in Environmental Management Hardback
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The demand for ecotourism and outdoor recreation is increasing, and the pressures on land use are becoming more obvious.
A large part of the experience of ecotourism and recreational landscape depends on the maintenance of forested land.
Effective management of tourism and recreation in forests can provide extra income to help offset the costs of sustainable timber production and encourage biodiversity conservation.This multi-author book considers the compatibility between tourism, forestry and conservation, the management of natural resources and the involvement of stakeholders and the community.
Issues are presented through case studies from a range of countries and topics covered include National Parks, peri-urban forestry and wilderness management, as well as practitioner-oriented contributions.