Herein those agreements will first be discussed and analysed dealing specifically with sustainable tourism, after which those agreements will be considered which do not deal specifically with tourism, but which can definitely address partial aspects of the problem of sustainable tourism. Fundamentally, a great many regional and global agreements on nature conservation and environmental protection can be considered, whether certain activities in the area of tourism fall under their provisions or whether certain ecosystems which are important to tourism are regulated by agreements. All agreements which are in some way relevant cannot be presented and analysed here; the main focus will be on the international nature-conservation agreements which have been concluded at the regional and global levels (the texts of the agreements are taken from BURHENNE, International Environmental Law/Multilateral Treaties, loose-leaf edition).
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- Existing International Regulations Dealing with or Applicable to Sustainable Tourism
German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Systemische Notwendigkeit zur Weiterentwicklung von Hybridnetzen