Tourism Planning Environments

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Running head: Tourism Planning Environments 1Critique & Comparisonof Two DiscussionPapersTourism Planning Environments
ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Discussion Paper 1:..........................................................................................................................2Discussion Paper1 Critical analysis.............................................................................................2Discussion Paper 2:..........................................................................................................................3Discussion Paper2 Critical Analysis............................................................................................3Evaluation and Comparison.............................................................................................................4Lesson Learned from both discussion.............................................................................................4References........................................................................................................................................5
IntroductionThe purpose of this discussion paper is to critically analyse and evaluate the two discussionpaper based on the issues prevailing in the tourism sector or the tourism related issues. Forframing a structure of the report, there has been taken use of two peer-reviewed and authenticresearch paper. The paper will present a clear understanding of both the papers and subsequentlyhighlighting the strengths, weaknesses, limitation and future implications of both the paper. Thepaper will also present the learning outcome gained from analysing both the discussion papers.Discussion Paper 1:“Investigating the influence of tourism on economic growth and carbon emissions: Evidencefrom panel analysis of the European Union” by Lee and Brahmasrene, 2013Discussion Paper1 Critical analysisThe key aim of this discussion paper was to highlight the negative consequences and implicationfaced by the environment of the host countries because of the increased carbon emissions. Forthis, the research has been conducted from the European Union perspective. The paper haseffectively identified the key issue as the increased emission of carbon due to upsurge tourismbusiness as a result of globalisation. The paper has also provided an in-depth analysis bydeveloping the hypothesis that illustrates that the economic growth may result in increased levelof CO2 emissions. The paper explains that tourism is one of the key factors behind theco0ntinuosu and rapid economic growth of the nations. Because of enhanced tourism business,there is development of wide range of transportation, telecommunication and infrastructurerelated services that comprises of railheads, roads, ports and airports. The huge transportationservices as well as building of numerous resorts, building and other related construction impose ahuge impact upon the environment and ecological balance of the countries that leads to increaselevel of carbon emissions and making the environment pollute. The paper also offers potentialsolution and instruments to the issue such as taking use of low-carbon technologies in most ofthe operations with the support of economic incentives generated. Other possible solutionshighlighted in the appear includes raising awareness among the foreign visitors to act in a waywhich is environmentally friendly and the countries to impose new taxes such as environmental
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