The Sustainable Development Strategy of the Light Industry and New Orientations towards Ecotourism
Being one of the industries in general, the light industry has certain features affecting the environmental crisis, as a result of the rapid growth of enterprises, the increase in production at a huge rate, consumer demand. The reason for this is the massive pollution of the environment with all sorts of emissions and industrial waste, which affects such sub-branches of tourism, such as ecotourism. Light industry, which is one of the promising industries, has a negative impact on the water fund, due to the discharge of untreated effluents into surface water bodies, which requires improvement of mechanisms for the use of nature in this area.
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