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O amiszach

About Amiszs
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Artur Grześ

on 10 December 2012

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Transcript of O amiszach

Amish society HISTORY Ecotourism
Sustainable tourism Who they are,
Where they live,
How they live
Other relevant issues. What type of tourism we are talking about here? Is Amish society sustainable according to how sustainable tourism is planned? What challenges Amish community is facing? Amish people know what sustainability is: they live in self-sufficiency. They don’t live in a consumer society; they don’t need or make the need to possess a lot of things. First, the Amish society is a big family; they don’t consider people as individuals, but as a group, an entity.
How do the Amish people live? First, they don’t use electricity; they refuse to use phones, radio, or television. They just want to live in their own world with their farms and their bibles. They don’t need as much comfort as most people on the planet do. The Union of Conservation Scientists (IUCN), United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) define sustainable as improving the quality of human life while living within the carrying capacity of the Earth’s supporting eco-systems. Monroe Beachy
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