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Book Presentation 
The 2015 IUCN Sustainable Tourism 
Best Practice Guidelines (ST-BPG) 
Editorial Team 
Dr. Yu-Fai Leung ...
The Need for Sustainable Tourism BPG 
Tourism and protected area goals 
Sustainable tourism in practice 
Collaborative ...
Past Editions of ST-BPG 
First Edition: 1992 
 McNeely, J. A., Thorsell, J. W., & Ceballos- 
Lascurain, H. (1992). Guide...
The 2015 Sustainable Tourism BPG 
Tourism and Visitor Management in Protected Areas: 
Guidelines for Sustainability 
Goals...
A Global Collaboration 
58 section and case study contributors from 23 countries and 
territories 
James Barborak, Rajiv ...
A Global Collection of Best Practices 
 Case studies on 45 
countries & 
territories 
 Diversity of 
examples across – 
...
The 2015 ST-BPG: Chapters 
1. Introduction 
2. Historical, cultural and geographic contexts 
3. Governance, legislation an...
ST-BPG Online Resource Directory 
http://iucn.oscar.ncsu.edu/
The 2015 ST-BPG 
Project Website/Online Resource Directory 
http://iucn.oscar.ncsu.edu/ 
Download the Review Copy of the 2...
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IUCN Sustainable Tourism Best Practice Guidelines, Yu-Fai Leung

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This important tourism and protected areas publication was launched at the World Parks Congress event on Monday 17 November 2014. The event was hosted by the IUCN WCPA Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group and UNDP

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IUCN Sustainable Tourism Best Practice Guidelines, Yu-Fai Leung

  1. 1. Book Presentation The 2015 IUCN Sustainable Tourism Best Practice Guidelines (ST-BPG) Editorial Team Dr. Yu-Fai Leung (Editor-in-Chief) Dr. Anna Spenceley Dr. Glen Hvenegaard Dr. Ralf Buckley IUCN WCPA Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist (TAPAS) Group
  2. 2. The Need for Sustainable Tourism BPG Tourism and protected area goals Sustainable tourism in practice Collaborative learning Proactive and adaptive management in face of changes
  3. 3. Past Editions of ST-BPG First Edition: 1992  McNeely, J. A., Thorsell, J. W., & Ceballos- Lascurain, H. (1992). Guidelines: Development of National Parks and Protected Areas for Tourism (UNEP-IE/PAC Technical Report Series No. 13). Madrid: WTO and UNEP, 53p. Second Edition: 2002  Eagles, P. F. J., McCool, S. F., & Haynes, C. D. A. (2002). Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas: Guidelines for Planning and Management. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 183p.
  4. 4. The 2015 Sustainable Tourism BPG Tourism and Visitor Management in Protected Areas: Guidelines for Sustainability Goals To provide a major update from the last edition To provide a key reference and training guide for protected area managers To engage TAPAS members and other stakeholders in knowledge sharing
  5. 5. A Global Collaboration 58 section and case study contributors from 23 countries and territories James Barborak, Rajiv Bhartari, Maria Ana Borges, Kelly Bricker, Ian Bride, Ralf Buckley, Robyn Bushell, Giulia Carbone, Lee Cerveny, Chih-Liang Chao, Jorge Chavez, Mei-Hui Chen, Ivana Damnjanović, Sandra de Urioste-Stone, Paul F. J. Eagles, Elizabeth Halpenny, Donald Hawkins, Kurt Holle, Anna Hübner, Glen Hvenegaard, Delphine M. King, Lisa M. King, Lincoln Larson, Yu-Fai Leung, Dau-Jye Lu, Robert Manning, Peter J. Massyn, Stephen McCool, Kamal Medhi, Anna B. Miller, Mark Milstein, Luis Monteiro, Jasmine Moreira, Debbie Mucha, Dani Ndebele, David Newsome, Young Ng, Marcello Notarianni, Dan Paleczny, Jake Paleczny, Midori Paxton, Mohammad Rafiq, Jianghua Ran, Sibylle Riedmiller, Therese Salenieks, Erin Seekamp, Susan Snyman, Anna Spenceley, Richard Tapper, Andy Thompson, Dashpurev Tserendeleg, Erik Val, Alexandra Vishnevskaya, Chelsey Walden-Schreiner, Megan ElperWood, Dilya Woodward, ChengzhaoWu, Xiaoping Zhang
  6. 6. A Global Collection of Best Practices  Case studies on 45 countries & territories  Diversity of examples across –  Governance types  IUCN categories  Ecosystem types
  7. 7. The 2015 ST-BPG: Chapters 1. Introduction 2. Historical, cultural and geographic contexts 3. Governance, legislation and policy issues 4. Positive impacts of protected area tourism 5. Negative impacts of protected area tourism 6. Management principles and process 7. Management and monitoring strategies 8. Tools for tourism and visitor management 9. Capacity building for tourism management 10. Tools for sustainable financing of protected areas through tourism 11. Future outlooks and conclusions
  8. 8. ST-BPG Online Resource Directory http://iucn.oscar.ncsu.edu/
  9. 9. The 2015 ST-BPG Project Website/Online Resource Directory http://iucn.oscar.ncsu.edu/ Download the Review Copy of the 2015 ST-BPG NOW! (feedback by 1 December 2014) Published in early 2015 (English, German, French and Spanish)
  10. 10. Project Sponsors

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