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Tourism’s Contribution to Biodiversity Conservation is a presentation by Ron Mader for COP11. We review what's new from Planeta.com and TAPAS and preview upcoming events including Responsible ...

Tourism’s Contribution to Biodiversity Conservation is a presentation by Ron Mader for COP11. We review what's new from Planeta.com and TAPAS and preview upcoming events including Responsible Tourism Week and the World Parks Congress.

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    Tourism’s Contribution to Biodiversity Conservation Tourism’s Contribution to Biodiversity Conservation Presentation Transcript

    • Photo: Ron Mader10OCT
    • I’m Ron Mader.I’m from Indiana
    • I’m Ron Mader.I’m from Indiana
    • facebook.com
    • slideshare.net/AnnaSpenceley
    • The Internet is reviving the read write culture ,moving us from a passive consumption of culture to the kind of culture where we create and share what we create. - Lawrence Lessig
    • Visitor centers and other locations where visitorsgain information in parks are viewed as oldfashioned. They are not friendly to the ways inwhich more tech-savvy visitors gain informationonce in a park, or to increasing amountsof information that is available tovisitors before they come to a park.- National Parks Conservation Association
    • Those who do not listenwith all their senses,will not hear.
    • @ronmader planeta.com