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Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
Tourism & climate change
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  1. The consequences of CLIMATE CHANGE climate change. The consequences of climate change will cause great economic losses, increasing social inequalities between regions and increase the gap between rich and poor.
  2. The economy and the climate change. <ul><li>According to a report of the British Government, the world economy might sink 20 per cent as consequence of the global warming, a crisis furthermore intense that the one that continued to the &quot;crash&quot; of 1929. </li></ul>
  3. <ul><li>Meanwhile, approximately 200 million persons might turn into &quot; climatic refugees &quot; through the fault of the floods, the shortage of water and the raise of the level of the sea. </li></ul>
  4. The sun and beach tourism or activities that take place in winter, such as ski resorts, depend heavily on weather conditions, so it is vital that they not be affected by issues such as extreme environmental impacts including pollution. Earth's temperature
  5. Moreover, in Europe, where more than 600 ski resorts generate more than 50,000 million euros a year, Austria, suffered a decline in snowfall. Therefore increasingly turning to artificial snow guns that are harmful to the environment.
  6. Also, in Tanzania, the snows of Kilimanjaro will disappear completely by 2020. To desertification, especially in sub-Saharan Africa fell by habitat wild fauna and flora, which confirms the decrease in the number of lions, elephants and rhinos in Africa and makes it harder for safari tourism.
  7. 2324_1232058708_bali1.jpg 12jungles.jpg images (1).jpg <ul><li>The images and realities of snowy peaks, the exotic beaches, jungles, calm waters or naturally turbulent, or luminous sunsets and sunrises, could disappear by the effect of climate change. </li></ul>maid-of-the-mist-niagara-falls-cdn1109.jpg sunrise-1.jpg
  8. <ul><li>This case puts in a risk not only tourist destinations, but communities that would be condemned to misery. According to the statement in Davos climate has an important place in tourism, given the importance of this activity is both economically and socially &quot;globally&quot; and its &quot;role in sustainable development, and their own relationships with climate </li></ul>mapaturisticodelmundo.jpg
  9. <ul><li>Unfortunately climate change has a number of effects on tourism. Alicante University will conduct the study in this series of effects, a very interesting project to raise awareness of the potential impact on tourism. The results of this study will be useful to enhance tourism in spite of climate change. </li></ul>images (2).jpg Universidad-Alicante1.jpg
  10. UUNARTOQ QEQERTOQ <ul><li>Uunartoq Qeqertoq is the name of a island located in the Polar Artic Circle, and it’s a good example of global warming in the world. In english kowing with the name of Warming Island.
  11. This island was found in 2005 for the explorer of the Berkely University, Eric Schmitt of 60 years old. It was found 640 kilometres of the Polar Artic Circle, in Grenland.
  12. The island always was located there but the glacial ice was kept joined on the coast. This fact was kept unnoticed during centuries and its discovery there is an obvious proof of the effects of climate change in the world.
  13. But all things have its advantages, and the history of this place was converted in a symbol of the climate change and in an important turistic island. Nowadays, the companie Betchart Expeditions organised travels by boat to visit the Warming Island for a high price. </li></ul>
  14. COASTAL TOURISM IN SPAIN <ul><li>The predictions about the coastal tourism in Spain, register that the situation in the next years can be bad to the coast regions. The Ministry of Enviroment talks about the increase of the level of the sea will eat 15 metres of beach in Spain before the year 2050 because of climate change.
  15. This event will be bad for the coastal tourism of our country since this economic sector will see damaging seriously.
  16. The solution of this problem to fetch to promove the naturals, culturals and gastronomics resources of the destinys that are to untied to the summer offer. </li></ul>
  17. PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE END
  18. <ul><li>THE END!;)
  19. PAULA SAMPEDRO RODRIGUEZ
  20. NADIA ABDOU FERNÁNDEZ
  21. XULIO VÁZQUEZ ANDRADE
  22. NOLY SERÁNS PÉREZ </li></ul>

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