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ICC workshop guidelines on Sustainable Tourism development in Bangladesh

Below presentation was presented by Elisabeth Fahrni Mansur, Training & Education Coordinator at Bangladesh Cetacean Diversity Project/Wildlife Conservation Society at ICC orientation workshop on Youth Integrated Community based Ecotourism Model (CEM).

ICC workshop presentation
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British Council owns the International Climate Champions programme globally and in Bangladesh, the strategic partner is Bangladesh Centre for Advance Studies (BCAS).
Under the umbrella of ICC programme, students from all spectrums were invited to develop a youth integrated ecotourism model in Sundarbans, Bangladesh. The orientation workshop on Youth Integrated Community based Ecotourism Model (CEM) was held March 05, 2010 at British Council Auditorium, Dhaka.
Have a look at the workshop programme or the student field trip invitation to Sunderbans .

There are so many visionary people and valuable resources related to a sustainable tourism development in Bangladesh. If these forces are united great things will happen – both on grass root, private sector and at government level.
Please join the online Views On Tourism network and discussion group in order to achieve personal goals as well as encourage a sustainable tourism development in Bangladesh. Read more about this group and how to become a member here.

The article is uploaded by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

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