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Mountain pressures and management solutions
By Dave Bamford
My presentation
 The pressure
 The impacts around the world
 The drivers for growth 
 The Recreation and Mountain tour...
The joy of mountains
Long History of Mountaineering
Mountains under pressure around the world
)
The impacts
 Environmental/
 cultural/
 social
 Toilet waste
 Rubbish
 noise
 Perceived overcrowding
 Forest remov...
The drivers
The recreation and Mountain tourism
business
Mountain management
 Most public land
 Some private‐ Doug Tompkins 
 NGO’s
 Increasing shift to greater involvement of...
People power
Management tools
 Zoning
 Air access
 Commercial limits
 Concessions
 Limits – nos
 Infrastucture
 Transportation
...
3 examples of park management
approaches
 Moderator –Sam Newton 
 Australia – Janet Mackay
 Nepal       ‐ Lisa Choegyal...
General discussion
Permit – Concession allocations
 First in
 Ballots
 Tenders
 Preferences for locals‐ Iwi
 Bribery/nepotism
 Historic...
Mountains under pressure around the world
NOTES 1
 NOTES 
NOTES 3
Notes 4
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options
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Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options

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Dave Bamford: Global Climbing Pressures and Management Options

  1. 1. Mountain pressures and management solutions By Dave Bamford
  2. 2. My presentation  The pressure  The impacts around the world  The drivers for growth   The Recreation and Mountain tourism  Business   Mountain management  People Power                       Management tools  3 examples from panellists
  3. 3. The joy of mountains
  4. 4. Long History of Mountaineering
  5. 5. Mountains under pressure around the world
  6. 6. )
  7. 7. The impacts  Environmental/  cultural/  social  Toilet waste  Rubbish  noise  Perceived overcrowding  Forest removal  Wildlife 
  8. 8. The drivers
  9. 9. The recreation and Mountain tourism business
  10. 10. Mountain management  Most public land  Some private‐ Doug Tompkins   NGO’s  Increasing shift to greater involvement of  traditional owners – options include: Joint management co‐management    Te Urewera approach  Developing nations 
  11. 11. People power
  12. 12. Management tools  Zoning  Air access  Commercial limits  Concessions  Limits – nos  Infrastucture  Transportation  Permits  Rangers / hosts   Funding options   Politics   Collaboration 
  13. 13. 3 examples of park management approaches  Moderator –Sam Newton   Australia – Janet Mackay  Nepal       ‐ Lisa Choegyal  Join : Roger Robinson  Peter Rupistch
  14. 14. General discussion
  15. 15. Permit – Concession allocations  First in  Ballots  Tenders  Preferences for locals‐ Iwi  Bribery/nepotism  Historic preferences  Use of standards (UIAA)
  16. 16. Mountains under pressure around the world
  17. 17. NOTES 1  NOTES 
  18. 18. NOTES 3
  19. 19. Notes 4

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