• Obidjon Khamidov
  • Nilufarbegim Khayrullaeva


Ecological tourism today is one of the most dynamically developing areas of international tourism. More than $ 55 billion of goods and services are produced annually for the needs of ecological tourism, while the number of ecotourists has been growing in recent years at an average annual rate of 10-12%.[37] Such a great interest in ecological tourism is the steady deterioration of the quality of the environment and the significantly increased environmental awareness of people in recent years. Considering that the urbanization and pollution of natural landscapes will increase in the foreseeable future, respectively, and interest in ecological tourism will increase.
The work is devoted to a quantitative economic assessment of the state of the ecological balance and the development of economic criteria for improving the mechanism for managing the socio-economic structure in new regions that will appear with the development of territories with the potential of ecotourism..

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