Sustainable Tourism Practices: Balancing Economic Growth and Environmental Conservation


  • Prof. Alvin L City University of Hong Kong Author


Environmental Conservation, local communities, industry stakeholders


As the global tourism industry continues to expand, there is a growing recognition of the need for sustainable practices that strike a delicate equilibrium between economic prosperity and environmental preservation. This abstract provides an overview of key considerations, challenges, and opportunities associated with achieving sustainable tourism. The paper explores various dimensions of sustainable tourism, emphasizing the interdependence of economic growth, environmental conservation, and community well-being. Drawing on a comprehensive review of literature and case studies, the research identifies best practices, innovative approaches, and policy frameworks that contribute to the sustainable development of tourism destinations. Key areas of focus include the responsible management of natural resources, the mitigation of environmental impact, and the promotion of cultural sensitivity. The study also investigates the role of technology, community engagement, and government policies in fostering sustainability within the tourism sector. Furthermore, the research analyzes the economic benefits derived from sustainable tourism, such as job creation, income generation, and the enhancement of local economies.




How to Cite

Sustainable Tourism Practices: Balancing Economic Growth and Environmental Conservation. (2021). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 4(2), 1-6.

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