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Tourism can actively contribute to the conservation of the natural, social and economic environment. The time of a society based mainly on agriculture is over. Money that is spent by the tourist directly in the destination at local shops, support the economy and the improvement of living standards. RELEVANCE OF Ecosystem and Tourism ARE AS FOLLOWING:

  Ecosystem promotes tourism in the following manner:  The protection of the ecosystem can prevent the extinction of some species in a manner that they can be preserved and hence promotes tourism of a country which in turn gives back the country in question a foreign exchange and hence the economic development of a such county.  Protection of ecosystem and its co-existence with the tourism activities leads to the protection of the environment and hence can be of good to the entire environmental protection programmers. The need to preserve the world’s inherent assets for future generation is becoming an essential goal not only for travel and tourism but also for all other industries that used the earth’s natural resources. However, tourism, as one of the world’s fastest growing industries, has a multitude of impacts, both positive and negative, on the environment.Negative impacts will arise when the level of visitor use is superior to the environment’s ability to cope with this use.Positive impact will arise when every tourist understands the real and main concept of environment and sustainable tourism by heart, not just by word. The purpose of this paper, firstly, is to increase the knowledge about some concepts about environment and tourism, sustainable development and tourism, ecotourism, and their relationships; secondly, to create some theoretical frameworks with some overall and structural approaches that can be broadly used in practical sustainable managing of tourism; then, refer to some challenges and recommendations regarding to tourism and environment.On the whole, its main purpose is to explain tourism and environment relations.

In ecology, a habitat is the type of natural environment in which a particular species of organism lives. A species’s habitat is those places where the species can find food, shelter, protection and mates for reproduction. It is characterized by both physical and biological features. Species: Definitions a. A group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. b. The definition of a species is a group of animals, plants or other living things that all share common characteristics and that are all classified as alike in some manner. C .A naturally existing population of similar organisms that usually interbreed only among themselves, and are given a unique, Latinized binomial name to distinguish them from all other creatures. Community: A community is a social unit with commonality such as norms, religion, values, customs, or identity. Communities may share a sense of place situated in a given geographical area or in virtual space through communication platforms. 

                                                      ABSORBING CAPITICY: 

The maximum amount of waste material that can benaturally absorbed by the environment on a sustainable basis, without causing environmental damage CARRYING CAPACITY: The carrying capacity of an environment is the maximum population size of a biological species that can besustained in that specific environment, given the food, habitat, water, and other resources available.In population ecology, carrying capacity is defined ast he environment’s maximal load, which is different fromthe concept of population equilibrium, which may be far below an environment’s carrying capacity. The effect ofcarrying capacity on population dynamics may be modeled with a logistic function. The specific reason why a population stops growing is known as a limiting or regulating factor. “Carrying capacity can be defined as the maximum number of people who can use a site without an unacceptable alteration in the physical environment and without an unacceptable decline in the quality of experience gained by visitors.” Mathieson and Wall,Tourism: Economic and Social Physical Impact, TOURISM CARRYING CAPACITY : “Tourism Carrying Capacity” is defined by the World Tourism Organization as “The maximum number of people  

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