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|Kipruto, J. Vivian
|A research proposal submitted to the School of Business and Management in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of Bachelor of Tourism & Hotel Management of Kampala International University
|The research was aimed at investigating and elaborating the Impacts of tourism on environmental management, a case study of Nakuru National Park, Kenya. The objectives of the study were: to find out Impact of tourism on the actual environmental management concepts , to identify the impacts of tourism on the overall understanding of the environment at the Nakuru National Park, Kenya and to draw indicative summaries of this on the actual performance indicators within the sector. The research was done within Nakuru National Park Environment where data collection as through interviews with stakeholders, questionnaires, observations, library and internet. Stratified random sampling procedures were used to select the sample. The researcher used frequency distribution tables in the analysis findings. It is evident from the research that there is a relationship between the impact on tourism development on environmental management in the institution and this was shown by various researches and references that were used throughout the study. It is therefore generally understood that tourism development plays a huge role in determining the performance of the environment a strong emphasis is laid down in the environmental position of the tourism sector especially at all its performance stage to create a holistic performance concept with an external support mechanism measure within itself.
|Kampala International University; College of Economics and management
|Nakuru National Park
|The effects of tourism development on sustainable environmental management: a case study of Nakuru National Park, Kenya
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|Bachelor of Tourism and Hotel Management
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