| Poverty alleviation and natural resources management in Madagascar : some findings on ecotourism |
Auteur(s) : Sarrasin, Bruno
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Éditeur(s) : Université des Antilles et de la Guyane CEREGMIA : Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche en Economie, Gestion et Modélisation Informatique Appliquée
Extrait de : "The changing world of coastal, island and tropical tourism" : Conférence Internationale du Tourisme, les 27-29 janvier 2011. Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, campus de Schoelcher, Martinique
Description : The globalization process, accelerating in the last 20 years, has raised important developmental stakes : on the one hand, economic questions with the multiplication of exchanges and its concentration in certain regions of the world; on the other hand globalization has also raised important social issues, with the acceleration of demographic flux and the whole question of "inclusion" associated with this; the issues are also environmental, through increased needs and resource limitations. Tourism represents the ideal vector of this globalization and the stakes it represents. By focusing on international tourism in a country in the South, this article seeks to better understand the stakes involved in developing international tourism resources, by seeking an answer to the question : In what ways can ecotourism constitute a real strategy for economic development, poverty alleviation, and contribute to economic growth and the protection of natural resources ? We will be examining this question in the context the Ranomafana National Park in Madagascar.
Provenance : Université des Antilles et de la Guyane. Service commun de la documentation
Permalien : http://www.manioc.org/fichiers/HASH29f953af13018e4196aff5
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