Cause n Effect Essay

Cause n Effect Essay
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  NAMIYA NASEER TAYLOR’S UNIVERSITY –  ID: 0317541 HOW THE HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND CULINARY ARTS INDUSTRY HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE CAUSE OF POLLUTION.   Pollution has become an alarming reality today, linked significantly to the Hospitality, Tourism, and Culinary Arts industry, which represented about 9.5% of the total global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2013. (Is sustainable tourism achievable? n.d.) As the industry develops and expands rapidly across the world, its impact is felt deep as evidenced by the increase in various types pollution. The rapid increase in the number of tourists travelling by various modes and in this case, especially air, contributes much towards air pollution as the industry accounts for 60% of the air travel. Furthermore, transport emissions have been linked to environmental impacts such as global warming and acid rain. These pollutants, especially from Carbon dioxide emissions related to transportation energy use (Tourism's Three Main Impact Areas, n.d.), the industry is responsible for much of the air pollution there is today. Looking at land pollution, in areas of high tourism in natural destinations waste disposal is a serious concern where improper waste disposal can have a detrimental effect on the surrounding natural environment. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, (Tourism's Three Main Impact Areas, n.d.) “cruise ships in the Caribbean are estimated to  produce more than 70,000 tons of waste a year.”  Wastage of such magnitude can have a negative effect on the economy and tourism of the area decreasing property value, in addition to the negative effects on the marine life with its water pollution. With the industry expanding rapidly, construction of hotels, and other related facilities and businesses increased sewage pollution. Wastewater pollutes seas, lakes and surrounding tourist attractions (Tourism's Three Main Impact Areas, n.d.) which can have a negative effect on the tourism of the area. Furthermore, it can affect the coral reefs and animals living in that area which can have an even more negative effect on the tourism of that area and the economy. The health of the humans in that area can be just as severe.  NAMIYA NASEER TAYLOR’S UNIVERSITY –  ID: 0317541 To conclude, as the industry is vast and every growing, it would be wise for the industry to gear up and take preventive measures to reduce pollution. Not only would it benefit the industry and the destination in the long run by preserving the area and reducing the cost in trying to repair the damage done by the pollution, it is the responsibility that comes with the degree of influence which the industry now has as evidenced by almost a tenth of the global GDP in 2013. References Is sustainable tourism achievable? (n.d.). Retrieved April 18, 2014, from: Tourism's Three Main Impact Areas. (n.d.). United Nations Environment Programme. Retrieved April 18, 2014, from bid/78776/default.aspx 


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