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ECONOMICS, WILDLIFE TOURISM AND CONSERVATION: Three case studies

By Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson
ECONOMICS, WILDLIFE TOURISM AND CONSERVATION: Three case studies
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This report presents the results of an economics component of the National Interdisciplinary Project (NIP) on wildlife tourism in Australia. The main objectives of the study were to outline and assess the role that economics can play in the valuation and management of wildlife-based tourism, undertake appropriate case studies to highlight the value of economics and its limits in assessing wildlife tourism in each case, take into account relevant environmental issues involved in wildlife tourism, and make future recommendations.
This report presents the results of an economics component of the National Interdisciplinary Project (NIP) on wildlife tourism in Australia. The main objectives of the study were to outline and assess the role that economics can play in the valuation and management of wildlife-based tourism, undertake appropriate case studies to highlight the value of economics and its limits in assessing wildlife tourism in each case, take into account relevant environmental issues involved in wildlife tourism, and make future recommendations. Reduce

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  • traveladda87@gmail.com

    traveladda87@gmail.com 8/4/2011 8:15:57 PM

    Wildlife Tourism in India is playing a very good role. Specially in Assam, Nameri Wildlife Sanctuary, Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and kaziranga wildlife sanctuary are the famous wildlife sanctuaries are the most famous wildlife sanctuaries. There are many tourist attract towards the Assam because of this wildlife sanctuaries. These are doing very good job for improving the tourism in Assam. http://www.traveladda.com/east_india/assam/wildlife/orang_wildlife_sanctuary.html
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In June 2007, there were more than 5,700 tourism-related businesses in the region.