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Consuming tropical rainforest: Can in situ biodiversity interpretation enhance the conservation attitudes and behavioural intentions of tourists?

Hill, Jennifer; Gough, Georgina; Woodland, Wendy

Authors

Jenny Hill Jennifer.Hill@uwe.ac.uk
Associate Professor in Teaching and Learning

Georgina Gough Georgina.Gough@uwe.ac.uk
Associate Professor in Education for Sustainable Development



Contributors

T. Gale
Editor

J. Hill
Editor

N. Curry
Editor

Publication Date Jan 1, 2007
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Pages 67-86
Book Title Making Space: Managing Resources for Leisure and Tourism
ISBN 9781905369103
APA6 Citation Hill, J., Gough, G., & Woodland, W. (2007). Consuming tropical rainforest: Can in situ biodiversity interpretation enhance the conservation attitudes and behavioural intentions of tourists?. In T. Gale, J. Hill, & N. Curry (Eds.), Making Space: Managing Resources for Leisure and Tourism, 67-86. Leisure Studies Association
Keywords tropical rainforest, in situ biodiversity interpretation, conservation attitudes, behavioural intentions, tourists
Publisher URL http://www.leisure-studies-association.info/LSAWEB/NewTitle/99.html