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At present, the level of tourism industry aggluence in the western region is generally low, and the tourism resources in western China are abundant in the control variables such as economic development level, dependence on foreign capital, advanced industrial structure, scientific and technological innovation ability and energy consumption intensity. The influence of industrial adjudicity on the regional environment has always attracted much attention, and in recent years, with the deepening of China's ecological civilization construction and beautiful China's strategy, social economy, while pursuing rapid development, is also paying attention to the improvement of quality and comprehensive benefits. The spatial difference between regional tourism efficiency and tourism scale is obvious, so environmental problems arise. In addition to poor planning, unscientid management, extensive development model, tourism inefficiency is a serious potential obstacle. This paper analyzes that developing countries often face environmental pollution due to improper tourism planning, unscienced management and extensive development models. This environmental defect in tourism can be an important factor in air and water pollution. From the perspective of ecological civilization, the clustering situation of tourism industry in the western region and its influence mechanism on environmental pollution should be formulated according to local conditions, and the coordinated development of regional tourism industry and environmental protection should be guided scientifically.