Minimise negative economic, environmental and social cultural impacts.
Create economic benefits for local people and improve their quality of life.
Promote the conservation of natural and cultural heritage.
Promote respect between local people and tourist.
Multiplier effector-creates more job opportunities.
MEDW-more economical developed world.
LEDW-less economical developed world.
Social cultural- people, community, and cultures
POSIVITIVE ECONOMIC IMPACT
Multiplier effect creates more job opportunities inside and outside the travel and tourism industry. For example, if a corporation (hotel) builds a factory, it will employ construction workers and their suppliers as well as those who work in the factory. Indirectly, the new factory will stimulate employment in laundries, restaurants, and service industries in the factory's vicinity. Another example this is Cape Verdi (a tourist destination) it’s an island in west of Africa, it’s always hot over there even in the summer, The different tourist place and attractions on the island benefit because the tourism industry will then employer more workers/ builders to build new road and infrastructures to increase and persuade the tourist to always come and visit. Cape Verdi used to be less developed, Poor in natural resources, prone to drought and with little arable land, the Cape Verde islands have won a reputation for achieving political and economic stability which also makes tourist more interested going over there. Cape Verde enjoys a per capita income that is higher than that of many continental African nations. It has sought closer economic ties with the US, EU and Portugal. In recent years Cape Verde economic growth averaging 6%, the construction of three international airports and hundreds of kilometres of roads. Tourism is on the rise, but there are concerns that it poses a threat to the Cape Verde because of its rich marine life. It is an important nesting site for loggerhead turtles and humpback whales feed in the islands' waters.
Improved infrastructure in the industry attracts more attention towards the business people, its persuade them to move further away from where they previously lived to a place the buildings and infrastructure is much more improved. It brings more tourists to remote areas and improves transport for local people. For example improvements in roads and building of new hotels and travel related organisations allow people to travel much more, and easily persuaded to come close by.
Travel and tourism has created increased employment for most individual working within and out of the industry. Tourism was worth £115.4 billion to the UK economy in 2009 and provides 2.7million jobs either directly or indirectly.
A country’s earning big tourist chart (France) on domestic income. As you can see on the graphs it shows the number of international tourist arrivals in each country, and how much they make which will sum up everything, so the higher the money is the higher the demand of employment is because more workers would be needed to do more work when it’s on demand by the tourists. International tourist arrivals last year reached their highest total yet of 940m, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization. France as the most common destination for foreign tourists, with 76m visitors in 2010. But the $46bn it makes from them is not enough for a place on our list of countries that make the most from each tourist. When calculated as the total of tourist receipts divided by the total number of arrivals, several geographically isolated countries fare well. This may be because holidaymakers will stay longer and fork out more on a long-distance trip.
NEGATIVE ECONOMIC IMPACT
Leakage in travel and tourism industry is when money is lost. This is mainly caused by tourist