Networking and co-creating Eco tourism entrepreneurship incorporates networking of local involvement, sound legislation, sustainable marketing, realistic national-state-local planning, Environmental management, UN-partnership entrepreneurship, and policy entrepreneurship, Eco- tourism Industry entrepreneurship and resource ownership of entrepreneurship. Hence we can precariously assume the Eco-Tourism Entrepreneurship Networking as a way of providing a holistic response to our universal mission of sustaining nature and the society. And so to achieve, 'smoke less sector'that fulfills the needs of the present time without compromising the future needs in harmony with the ecology. With this above background this paper analyses the eco-tourism in Dang district of Gujarat and its impact on local community.
Networking various actor's entrepreneurship, Eco-tourism, alternative sustainable development, socio- economic wcllbcing of the people
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