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Helpful Documents: Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism Development

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The following guidelines were elaborated during the first Agora project (2005-2007) the predecessor of AGORA 2.0. As these guidelines still provide valuable content for tourism practitioners in the BSR, we decided to make them accessible within BASTIS.
The following guidelines were elaborated during the first Agora project (2005-2007) the predecessor of AGORA 2.0. As these guidelines still provide valuable content for tourism practitioners in the BSR, we decided to make them accessible within BASTIS.
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The goal of these guidelines are:
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The goal of these guidelines are:<br />
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- providing and implementing evaluated methodologies and  
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- providing and implementing valuable methodologies and <br />
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- giving strategic recommendations on sustainable tourism in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR).  
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- giving strategic recommendations on sustainable tourism development in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). <br />
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Consequently, the purpose of the toolbox is to  deliver the corresponding methodologies. Moreover, in accordance with  the overall aim of Agora to develop and promote sustainable tourism in  the rural areas of the BSR, the toolbox naturally needs to provide tools  that allow for and lead to sustainable tourism development.
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Here you find the links to:<br />
Here you find the links to:<br />

Latest revision as of 12:05, 12 December 2012

The following guidelines were elaborated during the first Agora project (2005-2007) the predecessor of AGORA 2.0. As these guidelines still provide valuable content for tourism practitioners in the BSR, we decided to make them accessible within BASTIS.

The goal of these guidelines are:
- providing and implementing valuable methodologies and
- giving strategic recommendations on sustainable tourism development in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR).

Here you find the links to: