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Promote Sustainable Tourism by Mind Map: Promote Sustainable Tourism

1. 1. Sustainable Tourism

1.1. "Sustainable Tourism"

1.2. Sustainable Tourism-YouTube

1.2.1. Steps to take to protect the planet when we travel

1.2.1.1. Look for restaurants serving locally sourced food.

1.2.1.2. Buy locally made souvenirs

1.2.1.3. Search for a sustainable hotel or ask your accommodation how they are doing their part

1.2.1.4. If you are a business or destination

1.2.1.4.1. Protect the resources you promote

1.2.1.4.2. Focus on higher yield rather than higher numbers

2. 2. Sustainable Tourism website

2.1. "Sustainable Tourism"

2.2. sustainabletourism.net

2.2.1. Tourism Impacts

2.2.1.1. International tourist arrivals have increased from 25 million globally in 1950, to 278 million in 1980, 527 million in 1995, and 1.32 billion in 2017. They are expected to reach 1.8 billion by 2030.

2.2.1.2. The average international tourist receipt is over US$700 per person and travelers spent over $1.4 trillion

2.2.1.3. At least 25 million people spread over 52 countries are displaced by violence, persecution and/or disasters – tourism receipts in every country are affected by this.

2.2.1.4. Leakage in tourism is as high as 80% in the Caribbean (of every dollar earned in tourism-80 cents leaves the country)

3. 3.Sustainable Tourism Definition

3.1. "What is Sustainable Tourism?"

3.2. Sustainable tourism definition: Google

3.2.1. Respecting and enhancing the heritage, culture, traditions and distinctiveness of communities

3.2.2. Increasing the number and quality of local jobs supported by tourism

3.2.3. A commitment to preserve a destination's authencity and not become too "touristy"

3.2.4. Increasing the number and quality of local jobs supported by tourism

3.2.5. Engaging residents in deciding the role of tourism in their communities

4. 4.Understanding Overtourism

4.1. "Overtourism"

4.2. Overtourism- YouTube

4.2.1. A phenomena of unsustainable tourism that negatively affects the livelihoods of local communities and resources upon which tourism is based.

5. 5.Leakage Effect

5.1. "Leakage effect"

5.2. Leakage effect Wikipedia

5.2.1. In the study of tourism, the leakage is the way in which revenue generated by tourism is lost to other countries' economies. Leakage may be so significant in some developing countries that it partially neutralizes the money generated by tourism.

6. 6.UN World Tourism Organization

6.1. "UNWTO"

6.2. Sustainable Development UNWTO

6.2.1. Make optimal use of environmental resources that constitute a key element in tourism development, maintaining essential ecological processes and helping to conserve natural heritage and biodiversity.

6.2.2. Respect the socio-cultural authenticity of host communities, conserve their built and living cultural heritage and traditional values, and contribute to inter-cultural understanding and tolerance.

6.2.3. Ensure viable, long-term economic operations, providing socio-economic benefits to all stakeholders that are fairly distributed, including stable employment and income-earning opportunities and social services to host communities, and contributing to poverty alleviation.

7. 7.France Ecotours

7.1. "Sustainable tourism Instagram"

7.2. France Ecotours Instagram

7.2.1. Ecofriendly stays around Europe

7.2.2. France écotours was born from the conviction that holidays in France should include more than tourist strongholds, overcrowded beaches and historical sights.

8. 8.David Weaver's book on sustainable tourism

8.1. "Sustainable Tourism"

8.2. Learning Hub Emlyon

8.2.1. This book takes the reader through all aspects of sustainable tourism from the emergence of the paradigm to sustainability issues in all types of tourism and all components of the industry.

9. 9.What is Alternative Tourism?

9.1. "Alternative Tourism"

9.2. Alternative Tourism Google search

9.2.1. Alternative tourism is when people tour things and places other than the usual tourist attractions. In this type of tourism, visitors often interact more with the locals rather than simply looking at big buildings or historical sites. The local cultures, families and communities are emphasized over mainstream tourism.

10. 10. Travel Documentaries on Sustainable Tourism

10.1. "Documentaries on Sustainable Tourism"

10.2. Vendammia:The Documentary Film on the Cinque Terre

10.2.1. Each Year, 3 million tourists descend on Italy's Cinque Terre, 5 villages with a thousand year history and fewer than five thousand residents. "Vendemmia" explores the fight for sustainable tourism and environmental balance as this UNESCO World Heritage Site faces political change, natural disaster, and conflicting goals.