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Transcript of Eco
200811661 Song Yo Han
200811713 Choi Byung Chul
병철201012276 Jun Su Hyun Natural tourism, green tourism, low-impact tourism,
adventure travel, alternative tourism, environmental tourism,
symbiotic development, responsible tourism,
soft tourism, appropriate tourism, quality tourism,
new tourism, sustainable development, sustainable tourism
. What is
Eco tourism I. Domestic Ecotourism International Ecotourism Trend &
Prospect II. III. IV. It’s hard to settle on
an exact definition of ecotourism
as the term can be interpreted
in different ways by different people. “Responsible travel to natural areas
which conserves the environment and
improves the welfare of local people.” - The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) Ecotourism Trend Prospects Switzerland 1. 2. Railways Railways reduce carbon emissions and carbon dioxide emissions. Solar catamaran Walking tour In 2001, It starts to sail. It sails the first Atlantic crossing
by using only solar energy. In 2008, Mobi Cat was born. It is operated by Solar heat. It holds about 150 passengers. Voyage of 7,000miles in 5months
was successful. In 2006, http://news.sbs.co.kr/sports/section_sports/sports_read.jsp?news_id=N1001101625 1. 2. 3. 4. Conserve the wildlife and culture of the area. Benefit the local people and involve the local community. Provide an experience that tourists want to pay for. "Development of
new tourist content." Environmental,
social, cultural and
economic effects. Value added and
occurred. Organic network
of initiatives 'Eco-tourism Idea Competition',
'eco-tourism experience stories' Encourage differentiated eco-tourism Provide a variety of
and widen the belt of
consensus Tourism infrastructure. A tourism with two faces Dulle-
road Sun-cheon Bay The Dulle-Rode is walked along
the perimeter of the mountain.
While moving along the trail,
can to mountain scenery
and has a good air to breathe.
The Jiri-mt and Bookhan-mt is representative. A forest of reeds Located in South Jeolla Province,
Suncheon Bay is a great place to see different kinds of migratory birds.
There is an Eco-tourism park at the bay and the Ramsar Convention designated
the area as a wetland of global importance.
The best time to see rare birds that pass through the area is in winter. Upo swamp is the biggest swamp in Korea.
It covers 70 million pyeong, spreading over An-ri, Ibang-myeon and
Daedae-ri,Yueo-myeon as well as Sejin-ri.
The endless swamp has numerous water plants.
Cattails, irises, reeds, water-oats, eleocharis kuroguwais, hornworts, arrowheads, lotus blossoms and many others grow in great volumes.
Trees dipping their lower half into the swamp arouse a primitive atmosphere. Upo Swamp Resource features
Yellow Sea tidal flats
country 70% mountain
Of two volcanic islands Eco resources in Korea This natural isolation along the 155 miles length of the DMZ has created an involuntary park
which is now recognized as one of the most well-preserved areas of temperate habitat in the world.
Several endangered animal and plant species now exist
among the heavily fortified fences, landmines and listening posts.
These include the extremely rare Red-crowned Crane and the White-naped Crane
as well as, potentially, the extremely rare Korean Tiger, Amur leopard and Asiatic black bear.
Ecologists have identified some 2,900 plant species, 70 types of mammals and
320 kinds of birds within the narrow buffer zone. 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. DMZ Siberian tiger 5. Pardus orientalis Red-crowned crane The power
to destroy vegetation,
to create overcrowding,
to litter trekking areas,
to pollute beaches,
to make result in overbuilding,
to eliminate open space,
and to create sewage problems. The power
to enhance the environment,
to provide funds for conservation,
to preserve culture and history,
to set sustainable use limits,
and to protect natural attractions VS Is it positive? Is it negative? - Be sustainable.