Can Tourism Business Development Cause Environmental Damage? A Perspective of Spatial Planning

Suryawan, I Gusti Bagus and Seputra, I P G and Permatasari, Indah (2018) Can Tourism Business Development Cause Environmental Damage? A Perspective of Spatial Planning. In: International Conference on Business Law and Local Wisdom in Tourism.

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Tourism industry is closely related to the environment. In tourism industry, natural or environmental beauty is one of the attractions for tourists. In reality, however, the development of tourism not only provides positive impacts on the environment but also results in significant negative impacts. The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of tourism business development on environmental damage and to determine preventive efforts to prevent the occurrence of environmental damage. This research is an empirical law study. This research used primary data and secondary data. Data were collected through interview technique to three officers in three different government institutions. The sample was determined using non-probability/non-random sampling technique. The findings showed the development of the tourism industry absolutely has a direct impact on the environment. This can be seen from the tourism business that causes environmental damage either directly or indirectly to the physical, chemical and/or biological changes to the environment that exceed the standard criteria of environmental degradation. Preventive measures that can be taken to prevent environmental damage are through control and licensing system.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: tourism business, environment, spatial planning
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Institution of Research and Community Service (LP2M) > Law Science
Depositing User: I Putu Astina
Date Deposited: 18 Nov 2018 13:56
Last Modified: 31 Jul 2020 05:44

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