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(searched for: doi:10.17238/issn2221-2698.2016.23.59)
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A.M. Vorotnikov, N.S. Doronin
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The vulnerability of Arctic ecosystems predetermines the development of ecotourism, which implies minimal anthropogenic impact on the places of residence and contributes to the preservation of natural objects. The key areas for ecotourism should be protected areas such as nature reserves and national parks, where, for example, ecological trails can run, tourist centers can be formed and awareness-raising activities can be carried out. Since protected areas are state-owned, and their status is not subject to change, the main model for the implementation of PPP projects in the field of tourism should be a concession agreement.
, Tim Stott
Published: 26 October 2019
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