Marine tourism

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Marine tourism by Mind Map: Marine tourism

1. source 1

1.1. key words: marine tourism

1.1.1. Google

1.2. Guide to Good Practices for Sustainable Tourism in Marine-Coastal Ecosystems

1.2.1. Marine ecosystems provide many benefits to society and are very popular destinations for tourists seeking leisure and recreation, thus generating millions of dollars in revenues. Tourist industry competitiveness directly relies on conserving oceans and the numerous species living there.

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2.1. key words: marine protection

2.1.1. Google

2.2. Travel, enjoy, respect – protecting our aquatic environment

2.2.1. Sometimes the environmental impacts of tourism are clear. We’ve all spotted litter strewn on beaches, increased traffic or graffiti in beauty spots. But there are also less obvious but equally damaging impacts. For example, marine and freshwater habitats are also being threatened by what we put on our skin.

3. source 3

3.1. key words: sustainable marine tourism

3.1.1. Google

3.2. Integrating Sustainable Tourism Development in Coastal and Marine Zone Environment

3.2.1. Besides designating pristine coastal areas as parks, reserves and sites of specific scientific interests (SSSIs), there has to be an enhanced framework for monitoring and management as suggested by highlighting the need for sustainable tourism development and CZM plan

4. source 4

4.1. key words: sustainable

4.1.1. Google

4.2. Sustainable Blue Tourism

4.2.1. Coastal and maritime tourism, as part of the blue economy, is facing emerging challenges at local and global level that deserve closer attention. In particular, the interlinkage of tourism with sustainability commitment such as the Paris Agreement or the Agenda 2030 and its Sustainable Development Goals needs to be well assessed and understood.

5. source 5

5.1. key words: protection

5.1.1. Google

5.2. Tourism is damaging the ocean. Here’s what we can do to protect it

5.2.1. Tourism can cause harm, but it can also stimulate sustainable development. When properly planned and managed, sustainable tourism can contribute to improved livelihoods, inclusion, cultural heritage and natural resource protection, and promote international understanding.

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6.1. key words: ecotourism

6.1.1. Google

6.2. Best Practices FOR MARINE WILDLIFE WATCHING DURING ECOTOURISM ACTIVITIES

6.2.1. This manual aims to provide guidance to coastal tourism operators who wish to walk the talk of responsible tourism and environmental stewardship.

6.3. source 8

6.3.1. key words: conservation

6.3.1.1. youtube

6.3.2. Can conservation save our ocean?

6.3.2.1. The ocean is facing its greatest ever challenge—overfishing, pollution and climate change are all threatening the health of a resource on which the whole world depends. How can it be addressed?

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7.1. key words: ecotourism

7.1.1. youtube

7.2. Can eco-tourism help save the ocean?

7.2.1. Indonesia's Coral Triangle is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, but destructive fishing practices are threatening ocean life. Meet the conservation pioneers who are reviving these waters—bringing species back from the brink of extinction.

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8.1. key words: ecotoursim

8.1.1. youtube

8.2. Marine Ecotourism

8.2.1. Our ability to extract resources and dump waste has reached unthinkable levels, causing severe impacts. Some communities found an opportunity to use the ocean’s resources in a different way: marine ecotourism. What started as a local economic alternative is today a global industry that generates 50 billion dollars each year, serving more than 120 million tourists.

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9.1. key words: conservation

9.1.1. youtube

9.2. Marine Life Conservation & Eco-Tourism

9.2.1. This film shows how ecotourism can help give more value to Sharks and Mantas alive rather than being fished and killed and how local communities can benefit from the protection of marine life. It also shows what some nonprofit organizations are doing to help protect sharks in our oceans around the world as well as confronting the myth that sharks are man eating monsters from the deep wanting to kill humans.