Posts under Tag: Knowledge Development
Engagement and the Foundation for Development Planning, Inc.

The Foundation for Development Planning, Inc. (FDPI) routinely engages with other organizations and the general public in various ways, ranging from information sharing to supporting the work of other organizations to participation in networks. That engagement is guided by a public engagement strategy. The FDPI understands engagement as a mutually beneficial process and therefore encourages individuals and organizations to become […]

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Cost of Social Conflicts in Tourism Development in the Caribbean

By Lloyd Gardner   November 1, 2011 The Caribbean community is reminded constantly that the tourism industry produces significant economic benefits to Caribbean economies. Less discussed, but of major concern, are the environmental and social costs associated with Caribbean tourism development.  Though there have been previous attempts to identify the environmental impacts associated with tourism in the Caribbean, the costs […]

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