Downloads: 0 | Views: 100
Analysis Study Research Paper | Architecture & Planning | India | Volume 11 Issue 12, December 2022
Ar. Jaideep Gill | Varsha Khetrapal
Abstract: Tourism is an industry born out of the social needs of a particular society. This will appear only after the country's economy is fully developed. Although this "industry" has traditionally been developed and managed by the social sciences. However, contributions from academia are the least recognized as they create scenarios of disproportionate contributions that lead to inefficient management. Upgrading the economic system of a brilliant eco-resort town is an idea that has been increasingly considered in the preparation and management of large cities. As the number of eco-tourists grows, the focus should be on 'contextual access instead of focusing on physical access. Artful interpretation of natural or cultural phenomena can enhance the tourism experience. The constant exposure of tech-savvy travellers to wildlife is driving their behaviour to a micro vanishing point. Tourism uses natural resources and has a negative impact on the environment. From an economic point of view, it makes sense to destroy part of the environment for the benefit of society. Interestingly, from a conservation perspective, economic gain does not always equate to environmental destruction.
Keywords: Sustainability, Eco-resort, Principles, Green model, Case Studies, Eco-resort Proposals
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 12, December 2022,
Pages: 489 - 493