Your conclusion does not summarize the main findings and is off topic.Tourism is one of the
many vastly developingmajor industries for many countries today, with more destinations becoming available to tourists allowing them to literally reach any corner of the world. This is in part due to the increasing access to cheap air travel. inventions of modern technology, namely the airplane. As much asDespite the advantages that air travel has to offer, it does have its challenges and impacts consequences,particularly on the environment.
With more people
resorting tousing air linetravel, this leads to large volumesincreasing levels of gaseousgreenhouse gas emissions from jet engines, owing to the copious amount of fuel required for each aircraft, are being released into the atmosphere. These harmful gases would contribute to the 'greenhouse effect', by formingform a blanket above the Earth's atmosphere andtrapping the ultraviolet radiation of the Sun. Furthermore, more destinations and aircraft would mean that airports would have to expand to cope with the demand such as havingby constructing more terminals orand runways. This could result in local forests or land giving way for airport expansion, which can have a detrimental effect towardson local wildlife and their habitats. This is of particular issue especially to many activists who do not support the expansion of airports.Not only animals, but humans can also be affected by this issue. Certain towns are located near airports and by having more flights toover a particular area, the noise levels would rise and would add to sound pollution. This can affect the elderly living in such areas.Thus, there are numerous environmental issues at concern relating to the environment regarding the proposition of moreassociated with increased air travel.
In order to tackle this, certain solutions could be applied.
potentially put into place.One way would be to discourage people from frequently resorting to air travel. This could be achieved through various methods such as increasing the cost of air travel by means of fuel taxes, carbon taxes and airport taxes. In addition, airports can also be located away from heavily populated areas or areas of ecological importance. help by limiting the number of destinations available from a particular place.This would mean that there would be less noise pollution or habitat destruction, likelihood of airport expansion,which would benefit manylocals and conservationists. Another methodapproach would be to promote tourism ofin various local places. through means of media such as internet, television and radio.This can indirectly divert people from using air travel and allowencourage alternative methods of transportation to be used. As well as promoting such places, reducing the costs of attractions in a particular area would also draw more tourists.
In conclusion, it is clear that there are problems and possible answers to them however, careful thought and implementation are the key strategies that one should consider before bringing about a change because tourism should have a positive impact on both the environment and airline industry.
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