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Tourism operators responding to climate change: sustainable island resorts

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Title: Tourism operators responding to climate change: sustainable island resorts
Year of publication: 2012
Publisher: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Townsville
Type of document: Brochure
Abstract: Visitors come from all around the world to experience the Great Barrier Reef. We want a longterm future for our island resorts and for the Reef so we can continue to offer a special experience for today’s guests and for future generations of visitors. You can lead by example and help educate and inspire your staff and visitors to act sustainably while around the resort, visiting the Reef and in their homes, which in turn will help: • Deliver more efficient and cost-effective operations • Ensure long-term protection and enhancement of the environment you depend on • Meet the expectations of your guests and maintain your reputation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11017/1135
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