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1 December 2011 Cruising Tourism Environmental Impacts: Case Study of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Hrvoje Carić
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CARIC, H., 2011. Cruising Tourism Environmental Impacts: Case Study of Dubrovnik Croatia. In: Micallef, A. (ed.), MCRR3–2010 Conference Proceedings, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, No. 61, pp. 104–113. Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy, ISSN 0749–0208.

Cruise tourism is new economic, social and environmental phenomena with potential serious impacts on the three pillars of sustainability. This paper will look into the environmental impacts in order to disclose potential hazards in port of Dubrovnik. Subsequently, existing mechanisms to deal with the hazards will be analyzed to determine their effectiveness to mitigate the impacts. This process will use direct pollution costs calculations to enable cost benefit analysis. Other impact analysis will be conducted in form of environmental (pollution) footprinting that compare environmental loads of cruise tourist vs. local inhabitant. The two (cost benefit analysis and environmental footprinting) analysis will provide information on general aspects of cruise tourism carrying capacity and its current direction of development. Finally, the discussion will point to key pollution management issues, possible solutions to some of the pollutions aspects, and stress other direct ecological threats.

©Coastal Education & Research Foundation 2011
Hrvoje Carić "Cruising Tourism Environmental Impacts: Case Study of Dubrovnik, Croatia," Journal of Coastal Research 2011(10061), 104-113, (1 December 2011).
Published: 1 December 2011
cruise ships
environmental impacts
pollution control
pollution costs
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