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C. Tholkappian

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This paper mainly focused in Eco- ecological tourism: a macro standpoint The transition of the Indian economy through green revolution has not only made a country from the food deficit to food surplus but also put forth to ecological imbalance on natural resources like land and water. the International Labor Organization adopted to support serious movements in turn tourism. The share of tourism in national economies and international trade makes it a significant factor in world development, securing balance of payments.  Within each country, domestic tourism contributes to an improved balance of national economy through redistribution of national income. Similarly Aggravated poverty and environmental destruction, suppress of human rights of local communities, the rights of nature in favour of the rights of corporations, vulnerable local nature, disadvantageous terms of connection between the international markets and local people need attention. Hence, instead of promoting massive centralized tourism projects tied to foreign capital, it is wise to concentrate on the careful planning and development of network of quality locally owned and operated small scale tourism business that are compatible with the natural environment and integrated within the existing structures of local communities and economies.

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