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Managing growth and sustainable tourism governance in Asia and the Pacific

Author: Noel Scott; Ramon Benedicto A Alampay; World Tourism Organization,
Publisher: Madrid, Spain : World Tourism Organization, 2017.
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Material Type: Government publication, International government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Noel Scott; Ramon Benedicto A Alampay; World Tourism Organization,
ISBN: 9284418895 9789284418893
OCLC Number: 1002121011
Description: 165 pages : charts, map ; 30 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Tourism growth in Asia and the Pacific --
1.1.Introduction --
1.2.Growth in tourism --
1.3.Future outlook --
ch. 2 Governance and measuring institutional effectiveness --
2.1.Introduction --
2.2.Terminology --
2.3.Evolving institutions --
2.3.1.Good governance --
2.4.Measuring governance --
what to measure --
2.5.Establishing a method to measure governance --
2.6.Evaluating tourism governance results --
2.7.Conclusion --
ch. 3 Tourism governance and sustainability --
3.1.Introduction --
3.2.Environmental sustainability governance --
3.2.1.Public sector institutions --
3.2.2.Private sector institutions --
3.2.3.Local community institutions --
3.2.4.Public-private partnerships (PPP) --
3.2.5.Non-governmental organization (NGOs) --
3.3.Governance and socio-cultural sustainability --
3.4.Tourism governance roles and socio-cultural sustainability --
3.5.Concluding remarks --
Case studies Note continued: Case 1 Sustainable Development of Tourism in Changshu, China --
C1.1.Introduction --
C1.2.The developmental of Jiangxiang Village --
C1.3.The role of government --
C1.4.Conclusion --
Case 2 National park systems and institutional reforms in China --
C2.1.Introduction --
C2.2.The current cultural and natural heritage management system --
C2.3.Governance of tourism in the national reserves --
C2.4.Sanjiangyuan National Park --
C2.5.Conclusions --
Case 3 Community-based ecotourism in Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, India --
C3.1.Creating homestays in a protected area --
C3.2.Community-based ecotourism --
C3.3.The initiative and the partnerships --
C3.4.Capacity building programmes --
C3.5.The villager's responses to homestay development --
C3.6.Conclusion --
Case 4 Locals' participation and halal tourism: Lombok, Indonesia --
C4.1.Introduction --
C4.2.Revival phase --
C4.3.Planning (knowledge)-based phase --
C4.4.Halal tourism as induced participation Note continued: C4.5.Conclusion --
Case 5 Local certification tests and community development, Japan --
C5.1.Background and purpose of local certification tests --
C5.2.The Tama-Musashino Test --
C5.3.Local certification tests and tourism development --
Case 6 Sustainable Tourism Governance in the Republic of Korea --
C6.1.Sustainable tourism policy trends --
C6.2.Purpose and structure of the `Tourism Dure' initiative --
C6.3.Case studies of regional sustainable tourism --
C6.3.1.Tourism Dure in Hongseong: tourism start-ups by a group of young people in rural area --
C6.3.2.Tourism Dure in Yeosu: local food restaurants for individual travellers --
Case 7 Interministerial coordination and policy coherence in Malaysia --
C7.1.Introduction --
C7.2.Need for policy coordination and alignment --
C7.3.Cabinet Committee on Tourism --
C7.4.Conclusion --
Case 8 Self-organizing governance of the Golden Eagle Festival, Mongolia --
C8.1.Introduction Note continued: C8.2.The Golden Eagle Festival --
C8.2.1.The Pre-Golden Eagle Festival Period ( --
1997) --
C8.2.2.The emergence of the Golden eagle Festival (1998 --
2000) --
C8.2.3.Self-organizing of the Golden Eagle Festival (2001 --
2016) --
C8.3.Lessons learnt and ways forward --
Case 9 Myanmar: Valuing context in the governance of change --
C9.1.Introduction --
C9.2.Context of tourism in Myanmar --
C9.3.The new era of tourism governance in Myanmar --
C9.3.1.Governance and the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism (MOHT) --
C9.4.Conclusion --
Case 10 The Papua New Guinea Tourism Master Plan --
C10.1.Introduction and background --
C10.2.The Papua New Guinea Tourism Master Plan (2007 --
2017) --
C10.2.1.PNGTMP coordination and governance arrangements --
C10.2.2.PNGTMP results and outcomes --
C10.2.3.Constraints to the future development of sustainable tourism --
C10.3.Conclusion --
Case 11 Locally-initiated sustainable tourism governance: the Bohol experience, Philippines Note continued: C11.1.Introduction --
C11.2.Building an ecotourism vision --
C11.3.Challenges --
C11.4.Establishing partnerships --
C11.5.Private sector participation --
C11.6.Non-governmental organizations bridging communities --
C11.7.Legislative support --
C11.8.Governance arrangements --
C11.9.Impacts of tourism growth --
Case 12 Tourism and Environmentalism: The Case of Palompon, Leyte, Philippines --
C12.1.Introduction --
C12.2.Profile of Palompon, Leyte --
C12.3.Environmentalism as a development strategy in Palompon, Leyte --
C12.4.Tourism development in Palompon, Leyte --
C12.5.Review of visitor experiences --
C12.6.Conclusion --
Case 13 Samoa community-based tourism businesses --
C13.1.Introduction --
C13.2.Community-based tourism and common governance structures --
C13.3.Recent trends in Samoan community-based tourism --
C13.4.A Samoa case study: Matareva Beach Fales --
C13.5.Governance --
C13.6.Discussion --
C13.7.Conclusion Note continued: Case 14 Sustainable tourism growth: Tanna Island, Vanuatu --
C14.1.Introduction --
C14.2.Tourism on Tanna Island --
C14.3.Vanuatu's tourism policy context and future prospects of tourism on Tanna --
C14.4.Discussion --
C14.4.1.Attracting the right type of tourists --
C14.4.2.Governance and foreign investment --
C14.4.3.Training and education --
C14.4.4.Future global and local risks --
Case 15 Stakeholder participation in managing Hoi An city, Viet Nam --
C15.1.Stakeholder participation in heritage tourism management --
C15.2.Background --
C15.3.Stakeholder participation in Hoi An --
C15.4.Outcomes of stakeholder participation --
C15.5.Lessons learnt --
Case 16 Social entrepreneurship in Viet Nam --
C16.1.Community-based tourism and poverty alleviation in Viet Nam --
C16.2.CBT Travel's first intervention --
C16.3.CBT Travel's national intervention --
C16.4.Conclusions --
Case 17 Institutional response to climate change: Hoi An, Viet Nam Note continued: C17.1.Tourism development and climate change in Hoi An --
C17.2.Policy making and planning for climate change response --
C17.3.Building institutional capacity for climate change --
C17.4.Lessons learnt --
Case 18 Certification and benchmarking --
C18.1.Introduction --
C18.2.Certification and benchmarking --
C18.3.Improving operational performance --
C18.4.Conclusion.
Responsibility: lead author, Noel Scott, Griffith Institute of Tourism, Griffith University, Australia ; contributing authors, Ramon Benedicto A. Alampay [and 38 others].

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