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Application “Tourism As an Ally in the Fight to Save Peten” Eloisa Hernández INSTRUCTOR Jennifer Tallow COURSE TITLE AND NUMBER: MMBA-6251V-1 International Trade DATE October 18, 2009. Case Study , “ Tourism As an Ally in the Fight to Save Peten” This study case presents a real problem, a problem that needs to be fixed. The issue is based on the problem presented on Peten, which is an archeological place that contains a strong culture heritage but that due to some problems, destructions has been part of it, and if an action is not taken, this area could be lost forever. . Peten has not been called part of the Mayan Biosphere Reservation. The Mayan Biosphere Reservation is listed as a natural and cultural world heritage area; there are only 24 sites like this worldwide . .
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Peten is located in the North part of Guatemala. . As frontiers, in the north we can find Mexico, at the south part we can find Izal and Alta Verapaz; at the east is located Belize; on the north we can find also Mexico. Peten presents dangerous problems like stemming from forest fires, uncontrolled population growth, the expansion of corn crops, and a lack of conservation capacity that is
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