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Contemporary issues in Risk and Disaster Management in
Tourism Industry in Global Context
Tourism companies are increasingly facing incidents that involve risks for
both tourists and the tourism business. This includes such things as political
unrest, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis and health-related incidents.
(Cbi.eu, 2017) Disaster is next step of the risk it the reason for risk. Disaster
is be natural and manmade incident.
Risk and disaster management is very important to decide for future
perception. Nowadays different kind of risk and disaster management
strategies implied for with changing in every second. In globally worldwide
facing risk cause of the natural and artificial problem occur in time to time.
Best example is H1N1 virus losses 5 billion of tourism industry of Mexican
(World Economic Forum, 2017) Likewise many disasters came into world
from the development in economy and infrastructure growing. The world is
facing growing instability. These are mainly because of Security (ISIS),
Ebola, H1N1 etc. (World Economic Forum, 2017)
Tourism is focus of the travel to another country for leisure or other tourism
related purposes. When people going to choose a place, they look for
suitable environment for enjoy the country and locations to scenery. These
kind of risk and disasters came into action people get worry for select the
location to travel. The contemporary issues I found in the recent passed
“The Arab Spring and unrest before and after President Mubarak’s presidency in
2011 saw tourist arrivals in Egypt go from 14 million in 2010 to 10.2 million in
2011. In 2013, the overthrow of President Morsi once again led to a decline in
tourist arrivals from 11.5 million in 2012 to 9.5 million in 2013” (World
Economic Forum, 2017)
In 2013 Nepal face a huge earthquake, from that led 80% hotel
reservation cancelled because of the risk occurred from the natural
disaster.
In 2011 Japan faced the most dangerous affect from the o nuclear
accident in Fukushima. For this its natural disaster was the reason.
This reduce of the number people visiting for japan and it was major
threat for japan tourism industry. (World-nuclear.org, 2017)
The most recent incident is Bali, the Mount Agung is erupting in the
11/26/2017. The airport has been closed because of the damaging
planes from the effect, because of that many tourist stuck in the
airport. (BBC News, 2017)
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The Political is a major factor for all these issues. The government is the
regularity the country. If government put restrictions to foreigners, they
can’t allow to come to country. This is example in now USA put banned for
some Islam countries. These are risk issues which can be disaster
management strategies need to act according to relevant ways of relating.
(Faulkner, 2001)
When we going to talk on natural disasters its higher rates provide in global
contest. Which is natural hazards, 52% of the global total. An estimated 1.4
billion people were affected by natural hazard events, representing 85% of
the global total. (Benson, 2016) All countries took measures for reduce the
impact of these risk from implying by suitable actions. I have

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Contemporary issues in Risk and Disaster Management in Tourism Industry in Global Context Tourism companies are increasingly facing incidents that involve risks for both tourists and the tourism business. This includes such things as political unrest, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis and health-related incidents. (Cbi.eu, 2017) Disaster is next step of the risk it the reason for risk. Disaster is be natural and manmade incident. Risk and disaster management is very important to decide for future perception. Nowadays different kind of risk and disaster management strategies implied for with changing in every second. In globally worldwide facing risk cause of the natural and artificial problem occur in time to time. Best example is H1N1 virus losses 5 billion of tourism industry of Mexican (World Economic Forum, 2017) Likewise many disasters came into world from the development in economy and infrastructure growing. The world is facing growing instability. These are mainly because of Security (ISIS), Ebola, H1N1 etc. (World Economic Forum, 2017) Tourism is focus of the travel to another country for leisure or other tourism related purposes. When people going to choose a place, they look for suitable environment for enjoy the country and locations to scenery. These kind of risk and disasters came into action people get worry for select the location to travel. The contemporary issues I found in the recent passed • • • • “The Arab Spring and unrest before and after President Mubarak’s presidency in 2011 saw tourist arrivals in Egypt go from 14 million in 2010 to 10.2 million in 2011. In 2013, the overthrow of President Morsi once again led to a decline in tourist arrivals from 11.5 million in 2012 to 9.5 million in 2013” (World Economic Forum, 2017) In 2013 Nepal face a huge earthquake, from that led 80% hotel reservation cancelled because of the risk occurred from the natural disaster. In 2011 Japan faced the most dangerous affect from the o nuclear accident in Fukushima. For this its natural disaster was the reason. This reduce of the number people visiting for japan and it was major threat for japan tourism industry. (World-nuclear.org, 2017) The most recent incident is Bali, the Mount Agung is erupting in the 11/26/2017. The airport has been closed because of the damaging planes from the effect, because of that many tourist stuck in the airport. (BBC News, 2017) The Political is a major factor for all these issues. The government is the regularity the country. If government put restrictions to foreigners, they can’t allow to come to country. This is example in now USA put banned for some Islam countries. These are risk issues which can be disaster management strategies need to act according to relevant ways of relating. (Faulkner, 2001) When we going to talk on natural disasters its higher rates provide in global contest. Which is natural hazards, 52% of the global total. An estimated 1.4 billion people were affected by natural hazard events, representing 85% of the global total. (Benson, 2016) All countries took measures for reduce the impact of these risk from implying by suitable actions. I have Name: Description: ...
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