Ahuja Business Services offers its clients a range of Business Auxiliary Services. The same includes our endavour to offer new initiatives and options for Sustainable Development
As Global warming, Climate change, rapid Industrialisation and the Internet make deeper inroads into our daily lives… we as responsible World citizen’s need to develop upon opportunities provided by the Hospitality & Tourism Industry ( the world’s largest Industry ) to provide sustainable development and livelihood options to the local populace - worldwide. The United Nations has commendably chosen to undertake part of the same under the aegis of the UNWTO ( United Nations World Tourism Organisation ) declaring 2017 as the UN's International year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. The International Year is seeking to explore and highlight tourism’s role in the following five key areas: 1. Inclusive and sustainable economic growth 2. Social inclusiveness, employment and poverty reduction 3. Resource efficiency, environmental protection and climate change 4. Cultural values, diversity and heritage 5. Mutual understanding, peace and security * source: A roadmap for celebrating together: UNWTO
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ECOTOURISM IN INDIA India is known for its large ecosystems including : - 661 protected areas with 100 national parks - 514 wildlife sanctuaries - 43 conservation reserves and four community reserves in different geographic zones The Indian Government’s National 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17) targets to increase the net benefit of tourism activities for the poor, emphasising also that the revenue generated from tourism operations should be utilised for protected area management (India Tourism 2011). Government'al action at both the national and local levels has enhanced ecotourism operations to ecologically sensitive areas where attention has been given to conservation and development with the support of the local community. For instance, in 2007 at the Kumarakom bird sanctuary in Kerala, hotels established linkages to local communities for the supply of seven types of local products. By 2010, the number of items had increased to 45 including some agro-based industrial products like coconut oil, souvenirs and handicrafts. The economic linkages encouraged partnerships between the community and the industry, thereby helping the community to develop a sustainable market with fair prices for the local produce and increased production. A few examples of initiatives taken by individuals and Industry counterparts to promote Ecotourism and Sustainable development in India include:
Ahuja Business Services chosen as one of the 10 Best Startups in Travel & Tourism 2016 - Startupcity ........Read more
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