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Managing Natural and Cultural Heritage for a Durable Tourism

Managing Natural and Cultural Heritage for a Durable Tourism [electronic resource] / edited by Anna Trono, Valentina Castronuovo, Petros Kosmas.
1st ed. 2024.
Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
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1 online resource (XV, 430 p.) 68 illus., 34 illus. in color.
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This contributed volume offers a wealth of cases that explore the factors and conditions required for heritage tourism to be economically and socially beneficial to local communities without impairing the natural environment, cultural heritage preservation, or sustainability for future generations. The studies presented here comprise an examination of measures which have been and can be implemented to ensure sustainable use of natural and cultural systems, leading to a new concept of tourism that incorporates science and community practices together to create a favorable environment where tourists and locals can experience meaningful interactions and experiences. The book focuses on the role of stakeholders in the development of a new policy regarding the sustainable management of cultural tourism and the possibility of their involvement in the processes governing policy-making. Emphasis is placed on the role and commitment of local and international authorities, including UNESCO, in preserving the world's endangered cultural and natural heritage, as well as the responsibilities of Member States and public and private actors with respect to future conservation challenges.
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Part I Theory and Methodology
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Heritage Tourism, Wellbeing and Quality of Life
Chapter 3 The Connection between Cultural and Natural Heritage
Chapter 4 Culture as an Instrument of Local Development
Chapter 5 Future Changes and Challenges for Post-Covid-19 Tourism
Chapter 6 The Future of Sustainable Tourism and Beyond
Chapter 7 Beyond Neoliberal Tourism
Chapter 8 World Heritage Sites and the Local Stakeholder's Participation Mechanism
Chapter 9 Intangible heritage
Chapter 10 Can Tourism and Heritage Be Mutually Sustainable?
Part II Governance and Management of the Natural and Cultural Heritage
Chapter 11 The Cultural Landscape and the Role of Stakeholders in Enhancing Regional Quality for Sustainable Tourism
Chapter 12 Governance Analysis of the Coffee Cultural Landscape (Colombia) for a Sustainable Tourism (2011-2022)
Chapter 13 Government and Local Communities in Participatory Processes Towards Sustainable Managementof World Heritage Sites
Chapter 14 Regenerative Tourism
Chapter 15 Cross-Border Heritage Routes and Areas
Chapter 16 Systems Thinking
Chapter 17 European Cultural Routes for Alpine Cultural and Natural Heritage
Chapter 18 Strategic Approach to the Reconnection of Natural and Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Tourism
Chapter 19 Gamification as a Strategy to Educate About Cultural Heritage and Develop Sustainable Cultural Tourism
Part III Tourism and Participation Governance in Cultural Heritage Management
Chapter 20 Participatory Digital Heritage as an Integrated Sustainable Tool for Informative Interpretation of the Past
Chapter 21 The Role of Governance in Managing UNESCO WHSs
Chapter 22 Participatory Governance Models to Manage World Heritage Sites
Chapter 23 Proposals of "Open Air" Tourism, Associated with Scientific Investigation in the Wild, Ready as Psychological Health Care in the Period of Covid 2019 Pandemic
Chapter 24 White City Black Flag
Chapter 25Managing Buddhist Cultural Heritage for Tourism in India
Chapter 26 Development a Deeper Understanding of Visitors' Sentiments Towards Natura 2000 Protected Areas
Chapter 27 Management of Protected Areas
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