Issues in Business Management and Economics
Sustainable tourism and business: Their interrelated relationship as a tool for reactivating the Caiafa Lake area and its impact on the resilience, management and financial development of local regional area
PhD, Architect Engineer
Adjunct Professor-University of Piraeus, Greece-Department of Business and Administration.
Address: Dimofontos 45, Athens ,Greece,11851
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This article assesses the sustainable regeneration of Tourism Business and Administration Activities in zones with unique and fragile natural environments. This research aims to reinforce the perception ability after the identification and recognition of the main elements of a protected and degraded area to revitalize its environment and create new potential dynamics for the Tourism sector. The coastal fronts such as Caiafas Lake area are experiencing a slow decline and fragmentation due to climate change and financial crisis. As a result of the problematic conditions unique environments with dynamic potential are facing a landscape fragmentation with high risk of loss of identities and local cultures. In addition to this the existence of thermal springs water could give a healing character that could reinforce the visitors interest.
Keywords: Business and Administration, business development in tourism , landscape development, landscape management, sustainability, sustainable tourism, Tourism management and administration
Konaxis I (2023). Sustainable tourism and business: Their interrelated relationship as a tool for reactivating the Caiafa Lake area and its impact on the resilience, management and financial development of local regional area.Issues Bus. Manag. Econ.11(1):1-9 https://doi.org/10.15739/IBME.23.001
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