The Brundtland Report

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A lot of measures are taken in order to prevent sustainable tourism development. One of the factors is the economic impact. Economic development should be to that extend that it becomes capable of generating employment. Apart from this, developing and improving the infrastructure, promoting the activities which are involved in productivity, and enhancing indigenous resources are all those factors which help in preventing the sustainable tourism development. Before the 1970 's, assumed these premises and the mass international tourism brand new, few researchers had stopped to consider the economic costs entailed for the host societies this activity. But in that decade began to become apparent (Sharpley & Telfer, 2014). Thus, it is true that tourism creates jobs, but …show more content…
The sustainability of the development of the tourism was first described in the Brundtland report. It focused on the sustainable tourism and the sustainability of the development of the tourism. Improving the environment development attracts more tourists and thus it contributes in the GDP of the country. Many countries are more dependent on tourism such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, etc. For these countries, the development of the environment is very important as the economy majorly rely on it. Tourism is fundamental for the economy of many regions, like Thailand. Because tourism involves attracting foreign exchange, it is generally the only means of economic development for some nations. It provides an opportunity for development, employment marketing and sale of local goods etc. It also helps in creating service industries which are crucial for the development of a region. Transport is one of the most important services which include buses, railroads, cruise ships, airlines, and taxi services, along with them certain hospitality services are also required for the

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