Sustainable tourism growth: Tanna Island, Vanuatu
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This chapter examines how tourism growth on Tanna Island could be guided sustainably, and what kinds of governance arrangements need to be in place to support this process. It also discuss the necessary monitoring and measuring frameworks that could be used to support a sustainable tourism growth plan, and the array of stakeholders who should be involved in the governance processes. The lessons from Tanna Island could inform other Small Island Developing States (SIDs) that are facing rapid tourism development.
Managing Growth and Sustainable Tourism Governance in Asia and the Pacific
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Tourism not elsewhere classified