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  • 1. Responsible Tourism - March 2013 Before 2001, ‘responsible tourism’ was a little-known sustainable tourism managementstrategy practised by few; today it is widely recognised and the application of it is global. There is now amarket specifically for responsible tourism products and services, and many countries and destinations haveadopted these strategies as key tools in their drive towards sustainable tourism. There are ever-growing numbers of tourism businesses and organisations who practise and advocateresponsible tourism, and there is an internationally recognised World Responsible Tourism Day, as well asseveral academic responsible tourism institutions around the world. Responsible tourism’s rise in prominence has been dramatic. The beginnings of this rise can be tracedto a single event known as the Cape Town Declaration of 2002, when responsible tourism was effectivelylaunched into a worldwide arena. Since then, the reach of responsible tourism, plus the interest and uptake inthe concept, has grown considerably and it is now widely recognised throughout the tourism industry and by asignificant proportion of the travelling public.table Of Contentintroductiondefining Responsible Tourismresponsible Tourism Means Different Things To Different Playersthe Gambiathe New Forestindustry Insight – Professor Harold Goodwin, Director, Icrtdata Sourcesoverviewcape Town Declaration: A Growing Conceptindustry Insight – Heidi Van Der Watt, Director, Edge Tourism Solutions And Icrtsouth Africaresponsible Tourism EconomiesResponsible Tourism - March 2013
  • 2. the Gambiafigure 1: Travel & Tourism In The Gambia, 2002-13kerala, Indiafigure 2: Trends In Domestic & Foreign Tourist Arrivals Into Kerala, 2006-13figure 3: Earnings From Incoming Tourism To Kerala, 2001-13distribution Of Foreign And Domestic Arrivalsfigure 4: Domestic Arrivals In Kerala By District, 2006-13figure 5: Foreign Tourist Arrivals In Kerala By District, 2006-13the New Forest, Englandfigure 6: Tourist Numbers & Days In The New Forest National Park, 2009-13figure 7: Revenues From Tourism In The New Forest National Park, 2009-13figure 8: Revenues From Tourism By Expenditure Category In The New Forest National Park, 2009-13south Africafigure 9: Foreign & Tourist Arrivals To South Africa, 2001-13figure 10: Foreign Tourism Expenditure In South Africa, 2003-13foreign Tourists In South Africafigure 11: Foreign Tourists In South Africa By Length Of Stay & Number Of Provinces Visited, 2003-13the Impact Of Responsible Tourismenvironmental Impactconsumption And Collection Of Waterconsumption And Generation Of Energytransportwasteuse Of Hazardous Substancesbiodiversity And Conservationsocial Impactcharitable Causesskills Developmentsocial InclusionResponsible Tourism - March 2013
  • 3. cultural Respectempowerment Of Womenvaluing The Workforce And Client Baselocal Pridehuman Exploitationeconomic Impactdirect Benefitscost Savings As A Result Of Responsibility Interventionsoperating In A More Resilient Markethigher-spending Customersgeneration Of High Value Employmentresponsible Tourism Attracts Customindirect Benefitsprocurement And Supply Chainscommunity And Destination Impactsintervention In Responsible Tourismcase Study: The Bicycling Empowerment Networkfigure 12: Bicycling Empowerment Network Start-up Costs, 2013social Developmentcase Study: The Big Lemon Bus Companyintervention In Accommodation Provisioncase Study: Club Medhost Country Responsibility Interventiongreen Buildingintervention For Tour Operatorsexplorevaluing The Workforceclimate-change Interventionindustry Insight: Amanda Marks, Managing Director, Tribes TravelResponsible Tourism - March 2013
  • 4. intervention By Transport Providersindustry Insight: Dr Andy Jefferson, Programme Director, Sustainable Aviationroad Transport Provisioncase Study: Green Tomato Carscase Study: The New Forest Ev Hire Schemewhat Next?burma – A National Test Casefigure 13: Tourist Arrivals Into Burma By Gateway, 2005-13teaching The Next Generationchampioning Domestic Tourismsports Tourismauditing By Tour Operatorsindex To Tti Destination Reportscountry Reportscity Reportsindex To Travel & Tourism Analystindex Grouped By Geographic Areaspecial Reports Index2003200420052006200720082009Responsible Tourism - March 2013
  • 5. 201020112012About Us:Transparency Market Research is a market intelligence company providing global business informationreports and services. Our exclusive blend of quantitative forecasting and trends analysis providesforward-looking insight for thousands of decision makers. We are privileged with highly experienced team ofAnalysts, Researchers and Consultants, who use proprietary data sources and various tools and techniques togather, and analyze information. Our business offerings represent the latest and the most reliable informationindispensable for businesses to sustain a competitive edge.Contact:ResearchMoz90 State Street,Suite 700,Albany NY - 12207United StatesTel: +1-518-618-1030USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948Email: sales@researchmoz.usBlog: Tourism - March 2013