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  • Cicin-Sain B dhe Knecht R. W, 1998, Integrated coastal and Ocean Management, Concepts and Practices. Island Press.
  • European Commission, DG XXIII. 1998. Fact and figures on the Europeans on holiday 1997–98. Eurobarometer, 48, Brussels.
  • European Communities. 2000. Towards quality coastal tourism. Integrated quality management (IQM) of coastal tourist destinations. Luxemburg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 156 pp.
  • German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, 1997. Biodiversity and Tourism: conflicts on the world's seacoasts and strategies for their solution. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 343 pp.

•  Ministria e Turizmit, Kultures, Rinise dhe Sporteve: http://www.mtkrs.gov.al/web/Politikat_per_sektorin_e_turizmit_28_1.php

  • Projekti: www.cbstd.al
  • Websaiti: www. Albaniantourism.com
  • Agjencia Kombetare e Turizmit
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  • International Friends of Nature. Position paper of the International Friends of Nature on the role of tourism in the context of sustainable development (1998), edited by Manfred Pils and International Friends of Nature; presented to the seventh meeting of the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD-7) in New York, April 1999, 22pp.
  • NOAA (1997) 1998 Year of the Ocean - Coastal tourism and recreation. Webpage
  • Sproule, K.W., 1996. ‘Community-based ecotourism development: identifying partners in the process', Paper presented at the Ecotourism Equation: Measuring the Impacts (ISTF) Conference, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, April 12-14.
  • Theodoropoulos M., Salman A. & Koutrakis E.T., 2002. 'Coastal Guide, Country File: Greece', EUCC, Leiden. www.coastalguide.org/icm/
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Abbreviations

  • CBSS: Council of the Baltic Sea States
  • DDBR: Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve
  • EA: Environmental Auditing
  • EC: European Commission
  • EEA: European Environment Agency
  • EIA: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EU: European Union
  • FREE: Foundation for Environmental Education
  • FTO: Federation of Tour Operators
  • GCET: Global Code of Ethics for Tourism
  • GNP: Gross National Product
  • IC: Information Centre
  • ICLEI: Local Governments for Sustainability
  • ICOMOS: International Council on Monuments and Sites
  • ICZM: Integrated Coastal Zone Management
  • ISO: International Organization for Standardization
  • kWh: Kilowatt-hour
  • MAP: Mediterranean Action Plan
  • MORI: Market and Opinion Research International
  • NCAA: Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority
  • NGO: Non-Governmental Organization
  • NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • PAP: Priority Actions Programme
  • RSIS: Red Sea Information System
  • SEA: Strategic Environmental Assessment
  • TCC: Tourism Carrying Capacity
  • UNEP: United Nations Environment Programme
  • UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • UNDP: United Nations Development Programme
  • WCED: World Commission on Environment and Development
  • WTO: World Tourism Organisation
  • WTTC.: World Travel and Tourism Council
  • WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature

 


 


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