Our solution is to develop a multi-scale system of mappable indicators, which can help locate and describe environmental pressures in high-traffic regions. The aim is to promote environmentally friendly travel destinations or to identify land management policies that can improve the interrelationship between tourism and ecosystems.

In order to produce this information, three groups of indicators will be set up: biophysical, climate and tourism sector indicators. These indicators will be extracted from databases and formatted to inform our users as such, but they will also be integrated to develop and test hypotheses on the relationship between the tourism sector and its environmental impact. Using a conceptual framework, we will develop and provide a system of indicators to understand factors, pressures, state, impact, and possibly help to design policy responses to the environmental impacts of climate change linked to tourism activities. In this sense, these indicators will addres...
Our solution is to develop a multi-scale system of mappable indicators, which can help locate and describe environmental pressures in high-traffic regions. The aim is to promote environmentally friendly travel destinations or to identify land management policies that can improve the interrelationship between tourism and ecosystems.

In order to produce this information, three groups of indicators will be set up: biophysical, climate and tourism sector indicators. These indicators will be extracted from databases and formatted to inform our users as such, but they will also be integrated to develop and test hypotheses on the relationship between the tourism sector and its environmental impact. Using a conceptual framework, we will develop and provide a system of indicators to understand factors, pressures, state, impact, and possibly help to design policy responses to the environmental impacts of climate change linked to tourism activities. In this sense, these indicators will address the challenges of climate change, as they will indicate how to mitigate its effects through vegetation conservation and help identify adaptation opportunities by identifying areas of low resilience.

Our solution will use a variety of data sources for:
- Locate areas where environmental capital is under pressure due to tourism activities
- Evaluate and characterize the potential for spreading this pressure to surrounding areas without compromising valuable ecosystems (for example, those with mitigation potential).
- Monitor the effects of these "spread" policies
- View / locate tourism offers with limited or positive impact on natural resources
- Guide travelers to sustainable destinations

The service we offer is based on the concept of distribution of the environmental pressure induced by tourism to ensure the sustainability of destinations. Many regions have already been devastated by mass tourism, and global thinking about limiting this destructive effect is being carried out by global institutions such as the United Nations or UNESCO. Faced with this situation, our service offers a new global approach that can be adapted to the local context of different countries. The use of the Earth Observation satellite as the primary data source in this area is an innovative solution that can be replicated on a global scale. The second important factor is the economic opportunity and the rise of ecological tourism.
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Astropreneurs - Call for STARTUPS
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Astropreneurs - Call for STARTUPS Targeted at startups,either entrepreneurs in idea phase or a registered SME

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ABBASSI Ghislaine
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ABBASSI Ghislaine General manager Doctor (Phd) in Human and Social Sciences (2018), I've done a thesis on organizational dynamics to define the web ecosystem approach.