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How Eco-Tourism Promotes Bio-Diversity

Humans Living in existence along side fauna and flora has often prevented biodiversity to demonstrate commercial and social value.


Eco-Tourism provides effective economic incentives for preserving and enhancing bio-cultural diversity.


Wildlife Corridors are what connect forest fragments to similar ecosystems.


Habitat fragmentation is the largest threat to biodiversity and endemism, making species with restricted distribution a high priority for conservation.


Eco-Tourism is about uniting humans and wildlife to implement awareness and respect.


Existing biodiversity is maintained and enhanced overtime for Eco-tourism to be used as an effective vehicle for empowering local communities around the world to achieve sustainable development.


Therefore the rise in Eco-tourism companies can contribute both towards socioeconomic and environmental benefits.





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