problem1. describe what an EMS audit is and describe its significance to the organization?
problem2. Describe the fundamental elements of the audit process.
problem3. State at least five items which should be covered in EMS audit procedure
problem4. Globally, many tourists travel for natural landscapes which harbour important biodiversity. Some tourists go on safaris to watch wildlife. Others visiting coastal areas esteem the clean waters where they go swimming among the fish and coral reefs, and watch whales, dolphins and seabirds amongst others. All these activities imperatively need intact and healthy ecosystems. Unfortunately, tourism has the large and rising environmental footprint, and in the absence of appropriate management it becomes a source of raising stress on fragile ecosystems.
i) Critically describe the impacts of tourism on biodiversity and elaborate on the different proven tools accessible for tourism policymakers in public and private sectors to consider so as to allow tourism destination work towards ensuring sustainable growth and maintenance of natural ecosystem.