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Question 1: sharing of socio-economic benefits with local communities and ________ by having their informed consent and participation in the management of ecotourism enterprises
AfricaIndigenous peoples by geographic regionsIndigenous peoplesEurope

Question 2: They condemn some operators as ________ their operations: using the labels of "green" and "eco-friendlyā€¯, while behaving in environmentally irresponsible ways.
GreenwashRadioactive wasteEarth DayArsenic

Question 3: promotion of sustainable use of ________, by providing jobs to local populations
Conservation biologyEcologyBiodiversityNature

Question 4: The Nature's Sacred Paradise, a theme park in Quintana Roo, ________, is responsible for displacing local Mayan communities and illegally keeping endangered species in captivity to attract visitors.
NicaraguaPhilippinesUnited StatesMexico

Question 5: Critics claim that these greenwashing practices, carried out in the name of ecotourism, often consist of placing a hotel in a splendid landscape, to the detriment of the ________.
Ecosystem ecologySystems ecologyEcosystemEcology

Question 6: As a highly publicized case, the Masai nomads in ________ killed wildlife in national parks to show aversion to unfair compensation terms and displacement from traditional lands.

Question 7: [12] The conversion of natural land to such tourist infrastructure is implicated in deforestation and habitat deterioration of butterflies in Mexico and squirrel monkeys in ________.
Dominican RepublicCosta RicaGuatemalaNicaragua

Question 8: In ________, sea turtle reserves use a large portion of their budget to guard against these destructive activities.

Question 9: It typically involves travel to destinations where ________, fauna, and cultural heritage are the primary attractions.

Question 10: conservation of biological diversity and ________ through ecosystem protection
Cultural diversityAnthropologyHuman natureOverpopulation

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