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The ecotourism-extraction nexus and its implications for the long-term sustainability of protected areas: what is being sustained and who decides?
Journal of Political Ecology
Some conservationists assert that multiple-use protected areas can accommodate competing claims for resource use, including extraction (e.g. mining and fisheries) and in-situ use (e.g. ecotourism). This is despite a growing number of studies showing how communities struggling with poverty, isolation, economic stagnation and environmental degradation experience limited benefits from ecotourism. This paper examines opposing claims over resource use (mining and ecotourism) in a World Heritage sitedoi:10.2458/v23i1.20219 fatcat:3puprhmlhzhc5elkozbesxoqfy