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yari hesar A, yari hesar A, Ebrahimi K. Analysis of ecosystem and human well-being of tourism destinations based on tourism life cycle indicators (case study: Ardabil and A. Ash tourism destinations). serd 2024; 13 (1)
URL: http://serd.khu.ac.ir/article-1-3987-en.html
1- University of mohaghegh ardabil , arastoo.yari@gmail.com
2- ACECR
3- UNIVERSITY OF mohaghegh ardabili
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One of the main challenges of the current century in the field of tourism and development is the promotion and development of tourism activities and at the same time the sustainability of natural ecosystems and the improvement of human welfare indicators. The key to achieving this goal is to establish a balance of sustainability between the two ecological and human sectors, which cannot be achieved without comprehensive and adequate assessments of sustainability. This research tries to evaluate the tourist destinations of Ardabil and Ash provinces from the perspective of the quality of ecosystem welfare and human welfare. This survey is of the type of applied studies and data analysis has been done by analytical-descriptive method. And to analyze them, Alan Butler's tourism life cycle model has been used. The size of the sample population in this research is estimated to be 176 households, and the selection of the host community for questioning is by a systematic random method and the selection of the tourist and visitor community is by a simple random method. The results of this study show that ecosystem and human well-being in destinations Tourism is often semi-sustainable and still has a significant distance from the characteristics of stable and sustainable destinations. Emphasis only on economic results and incomes has neglected the natural and human aspects of tourism activities in the studied destinations.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/12/23 | Accepted: 2024/01/30

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