Impact of Climate Change on Tourism.
Impact of Climate Change on Tourism. The work is to be 12 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. With many people traveling to destinations beyond their usual environments, both locally and internationally for holidays. tourism has generally been conceptualized as the travel for pleasure or business purposes, often for a limited duration. According to the World Tourism Organization, anyone who journeys beyond his or her usual environment and stays there for less than one consecutive year for leisure, business, or any other purpose fits the definition of a tourist. This definition highlights the reason, destination, as well as period aspects of tourism. in that case, there should be a movement of people to locations outside their locales, for leisure or business, and not for more than one year. The League of Nations in 1936 considered anyone who travels overseas for a minimum of 24 hours to be a tourist while its successor (the United Nations) revised this definition in 1945, to limit the maximum duration of stay for someone to be considered a tourist to only 6 months. This definition also highlights the aspect of time, both the minimum and maximum duration of stay, and the destination of travel, abroad, as the crucial determinants of a tourist. Additionally, the Tourism Society of England defined tourism in 1976 as the temporary, short-term travel of people to places beyond where they usually live and work and the engagement in numerous activities while in those destinations, for all purposes. This definition highlights the aspect of temporariness and destination of travel, thereby emphasizing that the travel has to last for a brief duration, and it has to be destined to an unfamiliar place outside the usual environment.Later in 1981, the International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism considered tourism in the context of specific favored activities that are undertaken outside the usual surroundings at home. in this respect, this destination provides a slightly different dimension of tourism as participation or engagement.