Title

Community-based tourism (CBT) for sustainable tourism: A market–oriented product, a case study of villages in Bali,Indonesia

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Presentation

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

School of Business

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Originally presented as Ernawati, N. M. (2013). Community-based tourism (CBT) for sustainable tourism: A market–oriented product, a case study of villages in Bali,Indonesia. Paper presented at the Tourism Research Cluster Seminar, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.

Abstract

Efforts to sustain and preserve the globe have been made by people around the world. The United Nation, many organizations, and individuals are collaborating toward achieving this goal. Sustainability as a goal, implicates the wellbeing of the ecospher and particularly for a better living experience for present and future generations. Thus sustainability is an underlying principle in many sectors. The concept of sustainability first appeared in the report of the World Commission of Environment and Development (WCED) in 1987 entitled “Our Common Future”. The WCED defined sustainable development as a development that “meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs”

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