Environmental Damage Due to Development Has Affected Tourism in the Caribbean: Inevitable.

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TOPIC: Environmental Damage Due to Development Has Affected Tourism in the Caribbean: Inevitable.
Audience: Faculty of built environment and tourism management students.
PURPOSE: To convince students that environmental damage is inevitable and precautionary measures should be taken to lessen this problem to ensure that the Caribbean keeps it title as a “tourist destination”.
THESIS: Within in the Caribbean environmental damage is inevitable and one should focus on minimizing the effects of progress, change and advancement and take precautionary measures to lessen the potential damage which can occur and decrease the arrivals of visitors to the Caribbean.
I. The improvement to people’s standard of living, infrastructure and
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Thus sing sustainable architecture to promote tourism while being environmental friendly C. Through the promotion of environmental awareness and encouraging the idea of being green and sustainable with a long term environmentally friendly development plan which facilitates economic growth also however because many of the Caribbean islands are small the issue is finding the suitable balance between sustainable development and economic prosperity while making the Caribbean the focal point for tourism development .

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