Sustainable tourism development in correlations with environmental management: Case study: Model of management in Serbia
Nina Pavićević, Biljana Ilić, Vidoje Stefanović
Tourism is an integral part of every modern society. It is the bearer of social functions, but also the business shown in various forms. The man of 21st century is not allowed to neglect ecological issues. While planning the strategy of development of tourism, we should take into consideration threats coming together with development. As a priority of sustainability, it is imposed the need for building-up of ecologic component in a tourist product, aimed to provide development and profitability. The Paper emphasizes well-managing eco-systems as a condition for realization of sustainable development in Serbia. Tourism as an industry i.e. branch that deals with specific products and services subject, must to accept fast business changes. People provide goods and services, to other people in the tourism business. The authors offer a modest contribution in trying to lighting one of the management models of tourism, which can be applied on Serbian tourism.