Tourism

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A theoretical model used to describe the changes that take place as a tourist resort develops.
The Butler Model
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An area where development is limited and planning controlled. The landscape is regarded as unusual and valuable so worth looking after.
National Park
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Somewhere that attracts a large number of tourists who, due to their numbers, place pressure on the environment and people.
Honeypot Site
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Tourism on a large scale to one country or region. This is linked to the development and consolidation phases of the butler model.
Mass Tourism
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The personal responsibility of us all for looking after things, in this case the environment.
Stewardship
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The thoughtful use of resources; managing the landscape in order to protect ecosystems and cultural features.
Conservation
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The tourism directed towards exotic natural environments, intended to support conservation efforts and observe wildlife.
Ecotourism
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Tourism which involves dangerous landscapes often with a difficult climate, and remote places that are sparsely settled or unoccupied.
Extreme Tourism
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An area where development is limited and planning controlled. The landscape is regarded as unusual and valuable so worth looking after.

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National Park

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Somewhere that attracts a large number of tourists who, due to their numbers, place pressure on the environment and people.

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Tourism on a large scale to one country or region. This is linked to the development and consolidation phases of the butler model.

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The personal responsibility of us all for looking after things, in this case the environment.

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