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Segmenting Wildlife Value Orientations to Mitigate Human–Wildlife Conflict for Ecotourism Development in Protected Areas
Tourism Planning & Development
Ecotourism is increasingly being adopted to improve the livelihoods of local communities and fulfill conservation goals. Many critical actors, including but not limited to governments and conservation organizations, believe that for ecotourism to be successful, local communities must appreciate and support wildlife conservation activities. Without evidence that communities' value systems are oriented in a manner that aligns with the authorities' sustainable development and wildlife conservationdoi:10.1080/21568316.2021.1947889 fatcat:7edevowsunc7hpvd7bjn5kqore