Tourism is very vast and rapidly fast growing sector in the global which has significant on environment

Tourism is very vast and rapidly fast growing sector in the global which has significant
on environment , culture , social and economic which affects positively and
negatively.Natural resources helps generate and promote more income ability to provide
settings which is environmentally safe for the domestic & overseas community (Cater
1993).
Tourism plays an significant tool for development in tourism and economic tool with
accuracy it may be the beneficial for the department. But one wrong turn could relatively
destroy the natural resources or misuse it. One of the biggest barrier in tourism is water
shortage which have affected the communities and the industry.
The natural resources have been damaged due to pollution , loss of natural landscape and
agricultural lands to the tourism development , loss of open space, destruction of flora
and fauna including plants, animals etc. degradation of historic sites and monuments ,
disruption of wildlife, introduction of exotic species(Hall, 2001).
This research provides a critique of tourism literature and focuses on impacts of
environmental tourism management. Expatriates and the communities generates revenue
but tourists expenditures such as lodging , accommodation , transportation, food, guides
and souvenirs (Laarman and Sedjo 1992).
When economic stability is constrained and the demand of the visitors are higher than
the level is negative tourism impact occur. Interactions between domestic and tourists
improvise creative expression that provide new opportunities positively or individually
with new negative factors (Przeclawski 1986). The numbers of people are tremendously
increasing due to having enough financial means which often seen as an behavior
expression.
Tourism helps the community to gain knowledge , experience and providing a quality of
life which exceeds the needs and the wants of the tourists and the communities. That
includes one or many facilities i.e backpacking, assessing wildlife, camping and nature
study (English and others 1993).

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THE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Loss of such valuable assets that has an impact of the lands which leads to such areas
soil erosion, increase pollution, discharges into sea or ocean and natural habitat loss and
put enormous pressure on the areas (Zaiton & Hassan, 2012). Vulnerability in such
critical factors which increase the pressure and endangered species. The research
provides the basic information about nature-based , man-made , ecotourism and such
issues relatively suggests the potential areas and sustain the tourism value (Al-Badi et
al., 2017).
As discussing the environmental effects on tourism management should be able to help
out the community to create a sustainable and eco friendly tourism industry. Tourism
have contributed a major part in the industry to enhance the activity in the market by
raising the economic value throughout. To some extent, community thinks that having
such activity on going is a bit dominant in the industry. Yet it’s not understood that the
interest of fast growing industry is the concern for the community (UNEP, 1995, 1997,
1998; WTO, 1995).
Tourism management must maintain an array of impacts which are negatively and
consistently affecting the community that aren’t applicable in such conditions.
Management must have a vision, a plan and sensitivity to overcome the temptation of
having such problematic issues in the industry (Seidl 1994). Opportunities and resources
should be utilized as required by working against the effects which are beneficial for the
geographical area and impacts that are fluctuating (Cater 1993).
By neglecting such impacts on the tourism might be beneficiary for the tourists
satisfaction, culture as well the community (English and others 1993). Elements are the
main key to maintain tourism sectors which supposedly are invested in green
environment. Having a plan might be useful to protect such assets that are valuable for
the community and for the economic growth (Laarman and Sedjo 1992).