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Nature Tourism, Conservation, and Development in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

ECO-TOURISM ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CASE STUDIES POLICY FRAMEWORK POLICY PLANNING NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION ECONOMIC GROWTH POVERTY REDUCTION WILDLIFE HABITATS MARKET ORIENTATION ECONOMIC OUTLOOK EQUITY OBJECTIVES JOB CREATION FINANCIAL LEVERAGE PRICING POLICIES OF RESOURCES MARKET PLANNING ECO-TOURISM ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CASE STUDIES POLICY FRAMEWORK POLICY PLANNING NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION ECONOMIC GROWTH POVERTY REDUCTION WILDLIFE HABITATS MARKET ORIENTATION ECONOMIC OUTLOOK EQUITY OBJECTIVES JOB CREATION FINANCIAL LEVERAGE PRICING POLICIES OF RESOURCES MARKET PLANNING ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES ANIMAL ANIMALS BAY BEACH BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BIODIVERSITY RESOURCES BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES BIRD BLACK RHINO BREEDING BUFFALO CAMPS CAMPSITES CASH INCOME CATTLE CHEETAHS CHOICE MODEL COASTAL WATERS COMMERCIAL USES COMMON SPECIES COMMUNAL LANDS CONSERVANCY CONSERVANCY MOVEMENT CONSERVATION CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES CONSERVATION AREAS CONSERVATION CORPORATION CONSERVATION FINANCE CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY CONTINGENT VALUATION DATA COLLECTION DATA SETS DAY VISITORS DEMAND FOR WILDLIFE DESTINATIONS DETERMINANT DIVERSITY OF SPECIES DOMESTIC TOURISM DOMESTIC TOURISM MARKET DOMESTIC VISITORS ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT ECOLOGY ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECOSYSTEM ECOTOURISM ELEPHANT FENCES FLATS FOREIGN TOURISTS FOREIGN VISITORS GAME FARMS GAME RESERVES GENETIC GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM HISTORIC ROLE HOTELS HUNTERS HUNTING INTERNATIONAL TOURISM INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ISSUES LAND AREA LAND MANAGEMENT LAND USE LAND USES LEATHERBACK LEATHERBACK SEA TURTLE LEOPARD LION LIVESTOCK LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL TOURISM LODGING MAMMAL SPECIES NATIONAL PARK NATURAL AREAS NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE BASE NATURE CONSERVATION NATURE RESERVES NATURE TOURISM NATURE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT OVERSEAS TOURISTS OVERSEAS VISITORS PARKS POOR TOURISM PREDATION PREFERENCES PRIVATE GAME RESERVE PRIVATE RESERVES PROTECTED AREAS RANCHERS RANCHES RANGES RECREATION REPTILE REPTILE SPECIES RESEARCH PROJECT RESPECT TO NATURE RESTAURANTS RESTORATION RHINO SAFARIS SALE OF WILDLIFE SAMPLE SIZE SET ASIDE SPECIES PROTECTION STREAMS STUDY AREA SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE TOURISM TOUR OPERATORS TOURISM ACTIVITIES TOURISM ASSETS TOURISM AUTHORITY TOURISM BUSINESS TOURISM DEMAND TOURISM ECONOMY TOURISM EMPLOYMENT TOURISM ENTERPRISES TOURISM IMPACT TOURISM INDUSTRY TOURISM MARKET TOURISM OPERATIONS TOURISM OPPORTUNITIES TOURISM PRODUCT TOURISM RECEIPTS TOURISM SECTOR TOURISM SERVICES TOURISM TRADE TOURIST TOURIST ACCOMMODATION TOURIST ACTIVITY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS TOURIST DESTINATION TOURIST EXPENDITURE TOURIST INDUSTRY TOURIST SERVICES TOURISTS TOURS TRAVEL COST METHOD TRAVEL COSTS TRAVEL EXPENDITURES TRAVEL TIME TRIP VARIETY VEGETATION VISITOR VISITOR SURVEYS VISITORS WETLAND WETLANDS WHITE RHINOS WILDLIFE WILDLIFE AREAS WILDLIFE CONSERVATION WILDLIFE INDUSTRY WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT WILDLIFE POPULATIONS WILDLIFE RESERVES WILDLIFE VIEWING WORLD HERITAGE
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Washington, DC: World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | South Africa
Aylward, Bruce | Lutz, Ernst
2013-08-19T20:23:00Z | 2013-08-19T20:23:00Z | 2003

The book provides an evaluation of, and policy advice on key environmental, social, and economic issues concerning the development of nature tourism. Using KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa as a case study, it highlights both the benefits, and trade-offs I promoting, an managing sustainable nature-tourism development, and it assesses how policy can enhance nature tourism's contribution to economic growth, poverty reduction, and conservation. The book's contributors explore three key issues. First, they consider the importance of moving beyond development of a wildlife industry, to the creation of a true nature tourism economy, that supports biodiversity conservation. Second, they explore the role of the private sector in contributing to equitable development, and job creation, while generating conservation finance. Third, they consider alternative pricing, and other market mechanisms that can help make nature tourism more viable, and growth-oriented. Ultimately, the authors argue, economic development, equity, and conservation objectives can be balanced.

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