The community approach to resort development

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1. As resorts implement that various components of sustainable development, it is important to communicate these effort to their (Points : 1)  stakeholders

2. The community approach to resort development recommends (Points : 1)
 treating the resort development as a living ecosystem
 holding town hall meetings with the local community for input on the development
 partnering with local government for a legal relationship to encourage growth
 all of the above 

3. Many of the current conservation and sustainability efforts would go under-appreciated if it were not for (Points : 1)
 marketing, which brings these policies and achievements to the attention of the public
 government regulations which require the annual reporting of all efforts of this type
 environmental watchdog groups, such as the Environmental Protection Agency
 the efforts of individual employees sharing this information with guests

4. A minor aspect of the resort experience is how well the site design links together the natural features of the resort with guest interests. (Points : 1)

5. Which of the following is NOT a step in Fisher’s principled negotiations? (Points : 1)
 Separate the people from the problem
 Focus on interests not positions
 Invent options for individual gain
 Insist on using objective criteria

6. When considering the term “community” in the resort industry, one must keep in mind that resorts have two different communities with which they must work. They are the _____ communities. (Points : 1)
 local and national
 regional and state
 nuclear and peripheral
 internal and external

7. The calculations for the Ecological Footprint approach to sustainable development are relatively simple. (Points : 1)

8. Applying sustainable development principles has proven difficult. There are currently four techniques which have been tried in order to meet this challenge. They are (Points : 1)
 Carrying Capacity, Limits to Acceptable Change, Visitor Impact Management, and Ecological Footprint
 Capacity Maximization, Limits to Acceptable Change, Visitor Impact Management, and Ecological Footprint
 Carrying Capacity, Limits to Ecological Footprints, Visitor Impact Management, and Ecological Design
 Capacity Maximization, Limits to Ecological Footprints, Visitor Impact Management, and Ecological Design

9. To integrate the value fan into a strategic management approach requires two tasks – management of the product mix and the sustainable development. (Points : 1)

10. Since not everyone wants or can afford deluxe accommodations. As a result, resorts should offer (Points : 1)
 a customer loyalty program
 a range of accommodation styles within the resort
 standardized rooms for all guests
 a partnership program with bordering facilities

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