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Tourism and Recreation - Europe's Environment: The Dobris Assessment (Chapter 25)
25.1 - Introduction
25.2 - Key Concepts: Sustainable Tourism, Indicators and Carrying Capacities
25.3 - Environment Impacts of Tourism and Recreation
25.3.1 - National parks and protected areas
25.3.2 - Rural zones
25.3.3 - Mountains
25.3.3 1 - Skiing
25.3.3.2 - Summer tourism activities
25.3.4 - Coastal areas
25.3.5 - Cities and heritage sites
25.3.6 - Theme and leasure parks
25.4 - Outlook
25.4.1 - Main determining factors
25.4.1.1 - Economic conditions
25.4.1.2 - Increased leisure time
25.4.1.3 - Demographic factors
25.4.1.4 - Socio-cultural factors
25.4.1.5 - Increased environmental awareness
25.4.1.6 - Reduction in the cost of travel
25.4.2 - Types of tourism
25.4.2.1 - Mass tourism
25.4.2.2 - Activity-based tourism
25.4.2.3 - Eco-tourism
25.4.3 - Regional trends
25.4.3.1 - Central and Eastern Europe
25.4.3.2 - The Mediterranean basin
25.4.3.3 - Alpine areas
25.4.3.4 - Northern European wilderness areas
25.5 - Managing for Sustainable Tourism
25.6 - Conclusions

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