Sustainability Statement for Eresin Hotels Express
Tourism and Environment
Concepts that represent a connection between tourism and the environment are these two. Although the environment is a source of tourism, it is the environment that is most affected by tourism. It is clear that these connections are essential and that tourism depends on a healthy environment.
According to this viewpoint, the environment affects every aspect of every activity.
If a tourism activity is poorly managed, it may have unfavorable effects on the environment and the landscape. Additionally, it can contaminate natural resources like air, water, and soil, endangering public health. Tourism-friendly areas that can maintain their natural environment's appeal in the present and the future will be better able to benefit from the industry's financial rewards when they harmoniously integrate its human components with its natural landscapes and architectural features.
Tourism and the environment possess relationships that show how each influences the other's ability to be creative while also being destructive to the environment. Along with that, tourism protects the environment. While this situation shows that there is a conflict between tourism and environmental relations, it also serves to effectively protect the environment because of the complementary nature of the same event and the well-organized nature of tourism.
To have the greatest positive impact on the environment and to ensure long-term development by minimizing its negative effects, tourism must be economically sustainable.
Why is Sustainability Important?
Resources and resource capacity are finite in our environment. However, it has been discovered that when human behavior as a whole has been examined, these resources are used as if they were limitless. However, as consumer awareness increases and more people become environmentally conscious, the demand for environmentally friendly products rises. This situation puts more pressure on companies to be sensitive, but it also gives them a chance to establish their brands, gain a competitive edge, cut costs, and increase profits.
Natural, historical, cultural, and geographical resources are necessary for tourism. In the hospitality sector, all of these resources are regarded as raw materials and used in product development and marketing.
When promoting a destination, "environmental quality" is essential. It has been proven that a place's environmental richness, values, and preferability are positively correlated. In other words, since environmental values are the foundation of tourism, no one will travel to a place that has environmental problems. In other words, since environmental values are the foundation of tourism, no one will choose to travel to a place that has environmental problems. Additionally, tourism operations cannot be sustained over the long term in areas with poor environmental conditions. Responding to and maintaining tourist demand is the responsibility of tourism investors, operators, and staff. Finally, rather than focusing on short-term gains, the goal should be to create tourism that is long-term viable, visitable, and, of course, sustainable.
Our Sustainability Polices and Activity Report
Eresin Hotels is adamant that for sustainable development, successful organizations and corporate assurance must coexist. In order for our customers, team members, the environment, nearby communities, and all of our consumers to comprehend and benefit from our operations, we strive to achieve sustainability in every area of our business.
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