Cabo San Lucas Sustainability Tourism paper

Part II

  1. In addressing the positive aspects, students may want to stress on the interrelationship/interconnectedness between the destinations positive sustainable economic, social, cultural, and environmental aspects and their implications on its tourism industry (example: More local economic gains leading to a better ability for local authorities to invest in green projects, savings, and also a better ability/funding to develop programs that preserve locals cultural identities and heritage).
  2. In your assessment, you may want to shed light on the human role in their interaction with the natural assets at the destination and its impacts on sustainability (with implications on its tourism industry) (provide evidence and/or examples) (example: local fishing practices and impacts on ecosystems or other recreational practices and impacts on forests deforestation? or the opposite?).
  3. You may need to address the destinations historic, cultural and political systems and their impacts on its sustainability in general and the sustainability of its tourism industry (please make sure to present the views of different stakeholders with evidence/examples) (example: the destinations political system and its policies and their impacts on sustainability-related policies. Consequences and penalties associated with pollution strict or laxed?).

 . Your paper should have the following: a title page, table of contents and the differences sections (including headings and sub-headings see the different categories in the guidelines specified above – (sections 1-3).

  • You are expected label each section and subsection. You should never leave your reader guessing!
  • This report should not exceed 7 double-spaced pages (not less than 4 pages) (12 Times New Roman, plus a title page, table of contents, references, tables, graphs and pictures if applicable.
  • You need to check your papers format, spelling, grammatical and punctuation before submission using Turnitin.