Shengtai Anquan: Managing Tourism and Environment in China’s Forest Parks
KeywordsTourism Development Ecological Security Forest Park Tourism Operation Protect Area Management
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This article was written while WCH was a Visiting Fellow at ICER, funded by the China Scholarship Council. RB’s visit to China in 2009 was funded by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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