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Biodiversity and Tourism : Conflicts on the World's Seacoasts and Strategies for Their Solution.

Author: Germany. Bundesamt für Naturschutz.
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1997.
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Tourism is a way to use global biodiversity, and it may have impacts on it. As tourism activities concentrate on coastal areas, the purpose of the present study is twofold: first, to analyse where and to what extent conflicts exist, or may be expected to arise, between conservation of biological diversity and development of tourism; secondly, to work out approaches and concepts which may be used to avoid and settle  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Germany. Bundesamt für Naturschutz.
ISBN: 9783642606892 364260689X 9783642645082 3642645089 3540623957 9783540623953
OCLC Number: 840293007
Description: 1 online resource (XXIV, 339 pages 45 illustrations, 20 illustrations in color.)
Contents: Summary.- Zusammenfassung.- Section A. The Global Situation.- 1 Global Biodiversity.- 1.1 Basic Criteria.- 1.2 Regions of High Significance for Biodiversity.- 1.3 Coastal Ecosystems.- 2 The Development of Tourism.- 2.1 Quantitative Development.- 2.1.1 Global Development.- 2.1.2 Regional Development.- 2.1.3 Developments in individual countries.- 2.1.4 Travel Preferences of German Tourists: a Comparison.- 2.2 Qualitative Characteristics.- 2.2.1 Coastal Tourism.- 2.2.2 Mountain and Nature Tourism.- 2.2.3 Trends.- 3 Impacts of Tourism on Species and Ecosystems.- 3.1 Impacts of Coastal Tourism.- 3.2 Impacts of Mountain Tourism.- 3.3 Impacts of Nature Tourism.- 3.4 Identification of Major Impacting Factors.- 3.5 Identification of Mayor Ecosystem and Tourism Areas.- 4 Solution Strategies.- 4.1 Solution Strategies of Governmental and Intergovernmental Organisations at the Global Level.- 4.2 Solution Strategies of Intergovernmental Organisations at the Regional Level.- 4.3 National Programmes for Sustainable Tourism.- 4.4 Solution Strategies of Non-governmental Organisations.- 4.5 Solution Strategies in the Tourism Industry.- Section B. The European Situation.- 5 Coastal and Marine Ecosystems in Europe.- 5.1 Systems and Subsystems.- 5.1.1 Rocky Coasts.- 5.1.2 Loose-Rock Coasts.- 5.1.3 Sand Dunes.- 5.1.4 Tidal Coasts/Mudflats.- 5.1.5 Salt Marshes.- 5.1.6 Deltas.- 5.1.7 Estuaries.- 5.1.8 Lagoons.- 5.1.9 Marine Ecosystems.- 5.1.10 The Significance and Value of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems.- 5.2 The European Seas in the Context of the World's Seas.- 5.3 Individual Characteristic of the Seas.- 6 European Biodiversity.- 6.1 Regions of High Significance for Biodiversity.- 6.2 Endangered Biological Diversity in Europe.- 6.2.1 Endangered Flora.- 6.2.2 Endangered Fauna.- 6.2.3 Endangered Ecosystems.- 6.3 Species and Habitat Protection in Europe.- 7 Threats to Coastal and Marine Ecosystems.- 7.1 Sources of Threat.- 7.2 Impairments of Coastal and Marine Ecosystems.- 7.2.1 Water: Water Pollution and Algae Blooms.- 7.2.2 Marine Fauna: Overfishing.- 7.2.3 Salt Marshes: Draining and Overgrazing.- 7.2.4 Estuaries and Deltas: Contamination.- 7.2.5 Decline of Sand Dunes Through Tourism.- 7.3 Overview of the Major Threats to the European Seas and Coasts ...- 8 Coastal Tourism in Europe.- 8.1 Regions of High Tourism Intensity.- 8.2 Tourism as a Cause of Threat to Coasts.- 8.3 Regions of High Conflict Potential.- 8.4 Coastal Tourism and Its Impact as Exemplified by the Mediterranean.- 8.4.1 Site Coverage.- 8.4.2 Water Consumption.- 8.4.3 Garbage, Sewage and Emissions.- 8.4.4 Excursus: Quality of Bathing on Europe's Beaches.- 8.4.5 The Stress on Man, the Environment and Landscape.- Section C. Exemplary Cases of Conflicting Use and Solution Strategies in European Coastal Areas.- 9 Exemplary Cases.- 9.1 Example: French Mediterranean Coast - Cote d'Azur.- 9.1.1 Touristic Development.- 9.1.2 Particular Natural Features.- 9.1.3 Conflicting Uses.- 9.1.4 Solution Strategies.- 9.2. Example: Spanish Coast - Costa del Sol.- 9.2.1 Touristic Development.- 9.2.2 Particular Natural Features.- 9.2.3 Conflicting Uses.- 9.2.4 Solution Strategies.- 9.3 Example: Turkey - Southern Coast.- 9.3.1 Touristic Development.- A. The Kdycegiz Development Area.- 9.3.2 A Particular Natural Features.- 9.3.3 A Conflicting Uses.- B. The South Antalya Development Area.- 9.3.2 B Particular Natural Features.- 9.3.3 B Conflicting Uses.- 9.3.4 Solution Strategies.- 9.4 Example: Germany - Baltic Coast.- 9.4.1 Touristic Development.- 9.4.2 Particular Natural Features: the Example Rugen.- 9.4.3 Conflicting Uses.- 9.4.4 Solution Strategies.- 9.5 Example: Germany - North Sea: Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea.- 9.5.1 Touristic Development.- 9.5.2 Particular Natural Features.- 9.5.3 Conflicting Uses.- 9.5.4 Solution Strategies.- 9.6 Example Ireland - Northwest Coast.- 9.6.1 Touristic Development.- 9.6.2 Particular Natural Features.- 9.6.3 Conflicting Uses.- 9.6.4 Solution Strategies.- 10 Strategies for Achieving Sustainable Tourism in Coastal Regions.- 10.1 International Programmes and Conventions for Protecting Europe's Coastal and Marine Ecosystems.- 10.1.1 Mediterranean.- 10.1.2 Black Sea and Sea of Azov.- 10.1.3 White Sea.- 10.1.4 Barents Sea and Norwegian Sea.- 10.1.5 Baltic Sea.- 10.1.6 Northeast Atlantic and North Sea.- 10.1.7 International Agreements.- 10.2 Regulatory Instruments: Laws.- 10.3 Planning and Monitoring Instruments.- 10.3.1 Tourism and Regional Planning as Practised in Germany.- 10.3.2 Coastal Protection Through Development Planning.- 10.3.3 Tourism and Landscape Planning.- 10.3.4 Tourism and Environmentl-Impact Assessment (EIA).- 10.3.5 Tourism Planning and Geographic-Information Systems (GIS).- 10.3.6 Eco-Audit.- 10.4 Economic Instruments.- 10.5 Informal Instruments.- 10.5.1 Information and Public-Relations Work.- 10.5.2 Environmental-Quality Seals.- 10.5.3 Competitions.- 10.5.4 Data Banks for Sustainable Tourism.- 10.6 Coastal-Management Programmes for the Protection and Preservation of Natural Resources in Europe.- 10.7 The Pan-European Strategy for Landscape and Biological Diversity of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems.- Section D. The Legal Aspects.- 11 Legal Aspects Involved in the Research Project.- 12 On the Problems of Sustainable Tourism and the Need for International Regulations.- 13 Existing International Regulations Dealing with or Applicable to Sustainable Tourism.- 13.1 Preliminary Remark on the Method of Selection of the Agreements.- 13.2 Agreements Dealing Specifically with Sustainable Tourism.- 13.2.1 The Tourism Protocol Within the Framework of the Alps Convention.- 13.2.2 Considerations on a Legal Instrument for Sustainable Tourism Within the Framework of the Antarctic Treaty and the Protocol Concerning Environmental Protection.- 13.3 International Conservation Agreements Applicable to Tourism.- 13.3.1 Regional Agreements.- 13.3.2 Conservation Agreements Applicable at the Global Level.- 13.3.3 Convention on Biological Diversity.- 13.4 Political Developments Which Can Be Significant for Further Law-Making.- 13.4.1 European Union.- 13.4.2 Council of Europe.- 13.4.3 Charter for Sustainable Tourism.- 14 On the Question of the Need for Further International Regulations on Sustainable Tourism.- 14.1 Result After Assessing Existing or Currently Planned Regulations.- 14.2 Are Further International Regulations on Sustainable Tourism Needed?.- 14.3 Possible Impediments to Agreements on Sustainable Tourism.- 15 Options for International Regulations on Sustainable Tourism.- 15.1 Agreements Dealing Specifically with Sustainable Tourism.- 15.2 Additional Agreements (Protocols) to Existing Agreements.- 15.3 Incorporating Additional Regulations into Existing Agreements.- 15.4 Worldwide and/or Regional International Regulations on Sustainable Tourism?.- 15.5 Political Directives to Pave the Way for Legal Regulations on Sustainable Tourism.- 15.6 Assessment of Options.- 16 On the Level of Detail of a Worldwide Agreement on Sustainable Tourism.- 17 Proposal for a Worldwide Regulation Concerning Sustainable Tourism as a Protocol Additional to the Convention on Biological Diversity.- 18 Conclusion.- E. Tourism statistics for individual countries.- F. Alps Convention/Draft Protocol on Tourism (excerpt).- G. Antarctic Treaty/Protocol on Environmental Protection (excerpts).- H. Guideline for Visitors in Antarctica (excerpt).- I. Guideline for Those Organising and Carrying Out Tourism and Non-governmental Activities in the Antarctic (excerpt).- J. Council of Europe, Recommendation No. R (94) 7.- K. Charter for Sustainable Tourism.- L. Bibliography.

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