Global Ecotourism Practice: Prospects and Challenges

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The concept of ecotourism and its practice is new; nevertheless, the concept was developed four decades ago in the 1980s. In some cases, the actual practice yet to establish its particular points like ecotourists, tour operators, tour guides, and managers.

For sustainable use of the natural ecosystem and ensuring conservation and livelihoods, some important issues should be identified and consult meticulously. In this regard, definition, characters, principles, current practice, global ecotourism size and growths, development process, impacts, prospects, and challenges have been discussed in this book.

Also, recommendations are provided to track the practice of what it should be. Legalization and world ecotourism conference and their outcomes also discussed to make a clear understanding of what is the destination of the ecotourism expected. Overall, ecotourism is a vital issue, and it should execute wisely in a sustainable manner indicated in this book.

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Mohammad Kamruzzaman was born in 1979, Cumilla. He completed his masters in Wildlife Ecology, Management and, Conservation Biology. Initially, he joined a team of scientists and worked for five years in the national publication- Encyclopedia of Flora and Fauna of Bangladesh Project. Later, he worked for national and international organizations on environmental issues for the last ten years.

He took training at home and abroad in the field of environment. He is the author of 15 scientific publications published in national and international journals. His book on Conservation Biology titled- Fruit-eating Birds: The Agents of Forest Regeneration was published in 2010. As a professional, he is a member of the Society for Conservation Biology, USA.

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Professor Ghazi S M Asmat, Ph.D., was born in 1956, Dhaka. He joined as a Lecturer in 1982 in the Department of Zoology, University of Chittagong. Later, he completed his Ph.D. and continuing research on Wildlife and Conservation Biology and Parasitology. He published four books, more than 55 journal articles, and two academic textbooks of the research works. He is one of the prominent authors of the ‘Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC)’ Biology’ of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB), Bangladesh.

He has served as a research supervisor for many masters and doctoral programs. Besides, he is an honorable member of many societies, including the Wildlife Society of Bangladesh (WSB), Bangladesh Bird Preservation Society (BBPS), and Biodiversity Research Group of Bangladesh (BRGB). He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Bonnoprani-the Journal of Wildlife and is an active member of many academic journals' editorial boards. He teaches and researches mainly in Wildlife and Parasitology at University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.


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The green cover of highly populous Bangladesh is degrading rapidly. Lack of knowledge on flowering and fruiting seasons of plants is partly responsible for this situation. Fruit-eating birds, the agents for seed dispersal and germination, are also important.

In this study, the fruiting season, fruit color spectra, avian frugivore diversity, avian frugivores relationship with fruit size, foraging, and fruit handling techniques were documented.

The fruiting season and fruit-eating birds in a mixed evergreen forest of Bangladesh were focused to understand the contribution of these biological agents in ecosystems.

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Mohammad Kamruzzaman has been in the field of Conservation Biology after completion of his masters’ degree in Wildlife Ecology, Management and, Conservation Biology. Initially, he joined a team of scientists and worked for 5 years in a national publication tilted Encyclopedia of Flora and Fauna of Bangladesh. Later, he worked for national and international organizations on environmental issues.

He is an EIA practitioner and has been involved in this field for about 10 years. He took training at home and abroad on environmental safeguard issues. He is the author of more than 10 scientific publications published in national and international journals. As a professional, he is a member of the Society for Conservation Biology headquarters in Washington DC, the USA. Besides, he is also a member of the Zoological Society of Bangladesh and the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.

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