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INDEX: CLEARINGHOUSE FOR REVIEWING ECOTOURISM

No. 1: Campaign On Corporate Power In Tourism (COCPIT)

No. 2: Eco-tourism: A new "Green Revolution" in the Third World

No. 3: Belize:

- Enterprise at the Expense of the Environment?

- The Contradictions and Ironies of Community-based Ecotourism in Gales Point

No. 4: NGO Statement to Government Delegates at the UN

No. 5: India:

- Resolution on Ecotourism Adopted at Panchgani

- Adivasi Struggle for Self-rule

No. 6: Tourism and Biopiracy

- Amazon Region: Bio plunderers

- Companies Rush to Patent Wildlife of the Philippines

- Government and University of Zimbabwe determined to Stop Biopiracy by Swiss University

No. 7: Open letter to UNEP Regarding the IYE [May 2001]

No. 8: Alaska: Ecotourism Discovers the Last Frontier

No. 9: United States:

- Corporate Takeover and Disneyfication of Nature

- Colonizing the Imagination: Disney's Wilderness Lodge

No. 10: Brazil: Coastal Communities fighting Land Grabs

No. 11: China: Privatization of Natural and Cultural Heritage

No. 12: Mekong Region: Tourism and Indigenous Peoples

No. 13: - Evaluation of "Ecotourism" Needed

 - Is Ecotourism a Greenwash?

No. 14: Malaysia: Forest of Contradictions

 Sri Lanka: Foreign Funding - Will it Really Benefit Wildlife?

No. 15: - The Myth of Ecotourism

- Ecotourism Conferences Under Scrutiny

No. 16: Costa Rica: Land Management and Ecotourism - A Flawed Approach to Conservation

No. 17: Adivasis in Bangladesh Demand: Stop the "Eco-Park" on Our Land!

No. 18: International Year of Ecotourism 2002 and a Case Study from Mozambique

No. 19:  - NGO-Statement: UN 'International Year of Ecotourism 2002 in a Deep Muddle - Scrap It!

- Sign-on Statement Concerning the Draft International Guidelines on Tourism Developed under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Indigenous Peoples Concerns about the International Year of Ecotourism

No. 20: Statement of Indigenous Peoples Interfaith Dialogue on Globalization and Tourism, Chiang Rai, Thailand, January 14-18, 2002

No. 21: Antarctica Threatened by 'Mass Ecotourism'

No. 22: IYE Likely to Speed Up Industrial Ecotourism

 


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