The Development of Tourism in the Low Carbon Economy

Wenhong Yang
October 2010
International Business Research;Oct2010, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p212
Academic Journal
Low-carbon economy has become an inevitable choice for the world's development. How to deal with the advent of low-carbon economy has become the tourism industry's concerns. This article explains the meaning of low-carbon economy, the relationship between the tourism and climate change, the reason that carbon emissions increase in the T&T sector, and tourism development approaches in low-carbon economy.


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