Loving them to Death? Terrestrial & Marine Protected Areasw

Responsible Tourism in Destinations 14
Plymouth 16th-18th September 2018
Tourism and Protected Areas

 

Limited places available, if you have not already registered please email plymouthglobal@plymouth.ac.uk  

Can we stop Loving them to Death?
From 16-18 September 2018 The University of Plymouth is hosting a small research-oriented conference bringing together those involved in managing tourism in national parks and protected areas, conservationists, tourism businesses, guides and researchers to discuss the management and conservation challenges and the research needs Loving them to death? Published in 1993. The report was a siren call for the dangers posed to wildlife and habitat in Europe’s national parks and protected areas. The challenges were great then, they are larger now: over tourism, plastic pollution, declining habitat quality, loss of species diversity, the growth of the cruise industry and the recreational use of sea and land. This free conference is an opportunity with other professionals to do some thinking and make some new connections – we need to up our game.  There are still opportunities for speakers and posters
For further details and booking information: http://responsibletourismpartnership.org/rtd-14-plymouth-loved-to-death/

If you would like any information about traveling to or staying in Plymouth for this event please contact plymouthglobal@plymouth.ac.uk

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Harold Goodwin