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Développement touristique et conservation de la nature: le cas du parc national d’El Kala, wilaya d’El Tarf, Algérie

Abstract : As the world’s leading industrial and economic activity, tourism is considered a highly predatory sector in terms of resources, energy, and water, a major polluter and producer of mass waste and impacts on biodiversity. Yet tourism development models are investing in protected areas. The Mediterranean area is the world’s leading tourist destination. All types of tourism concentrate all forms of infrastructure, including the models which have emerged there such as marbelisation. In addition, the Mediterranean basin is recognized as a biodiversity hotspot. Algeria fits into this scheme. The study of the National Park of El Kala, situated in the North-East of Algeria, reveals the maintenance of a dual approach between tourist projects and the strict protection of its natural environments. Tourism and nature conservation strategies are approached critically. This reveals the political stakes of the dual approach of these two strategies in Algeria.
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Pierre Pech, Imene Diaf. Développement touristique et conservation de la nature: le cas du parc national d’El Kala, wilaya d’El Tarf, Algérie. Teoros. Revue de recherche en tourisme, Université de Montréal, 2022, Tourisme dans le monde arabe, 41 (1). ⟨hal-03646636⟩

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