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Sustainable Tourism Impact Report

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Got a 7 (48/50)! YAY! Impact report on Mount Beerwah, 2017. Have to exclude appendices because of personal reasons.

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Glass House Mountains, Queensland Glass House Mountains Geography of Queensland Mount Beerwah Beerwah Geography of Australia Mount Tibrogargan States and territories of Australia Rock climbing Sustainable tourism Sacred mountains Beerwah, Queensland
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It makes optimal use environmental resources, respects the socio-cultural values and authenticity of host communities, and ensures viable, and long-term economic benefits (UNWTO, n.d.). 1.1 TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE Triple bottom line is a framework that goes beyond the traditional measures of performance. It incorporates three dimensions of performance; environmental, social, and economical (Slaper & Hall, 2017). The concept of the triple bottom line framework is that a business’ responsibility lies with stakeholders, rather than shareholders, by measuring the financial performance of the company, how socially responsible the company is to the people involved, and how environmentally friendly the business operations are (The Economist, 2009). 1.2 MOUNTAIN-BASED ADVENTURE TOURISM Mountains are...
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