Vers un tourisme durable dans les stations de montagne ? Le cas de la station de Chamrousse

Abstract : Since the beginning of the 2000s, sustainable development has emerged. This movement answers to a double constraint, from both the demand side and pressure from NGOs. Although the French ski resorts have reacted later to concerns related to sustainable tourism than their European and American neighbours, a lot of ski resorts are now engaged in this process. They set up different measures in order to protect the environment, thanks to actions aimed at saving water, energy, sorting the waste, developing soft modes of transports, protecting biodiversity and increasing architectural and landscaping quality. What is more, they try to maximize economic impacts, by maintaining snow activities, developing house stock in a balance way, diversifying four-season activities, short circuits and improving job quality for workers. Finally, they try to maximize social and cultural benefits for local communities by developing new services, encouraging access for populations that are often excluded and upgrading mountain culture. These different actions would not be possible without the implication of all the concerned actors.
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Estelle Bimmel. Vers un tourisme durable dans les stations de montagne ? Le cas de la station de Chamrousse. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2017. ⟨dumas-02058922⟩

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