Sustainable Cities And Communities: Integrating CSR With Tourism Industry

  • Devu Sunil, Dona John, Sai Subash, Arun K

Abstract

This research paper suggests the results of CSR activities in Indian tourism industry with respect to the 11th goal of Sustainable Development Goals i.e. “Sustainable Cities and Communities”. As cities become attractive destinations, people run the risk of “over tourism” in urban centred which aggravates many of the challenges they are facing. Corporate social responsibility is an effective business policy in tourism industry where tourism organisations unify environmental and social concerns including the mission, strategies, functions, and interactivities with the participants. Sustainable cities and communities (SDG#11) was made with an aim to make cities safe and clean. This research study explores the problems faced by cities and communities because of over tourism. For collecting data’s surveys and interviews was used. From the collected information this study concludes that cities are becoming polluted in all sense and necessary actions have to be taken as early as possible.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Devu Sunil, Dona John, Sai Subash, Arun K. (2020). Sustainable Cities And Communities: Integrating CSR With Tourism Industry. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 3868-3875. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/26106
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