National Tourism Policy Study: Hearings Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session ... September 20, 26, and 28, 1978
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978 - 185 pagini
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Pagina 156 - State and local governments, and other concerned public and private organizations, to use all practicable means and measures, including financial and technical assistance, in a manner calculated to foster and promote the general welfare, to create and maintain conditions under which man and nature can exist in productive harmony, and fulfill the social, economic, and other requirements of present and future generations of Americans.
Pagina 163 - Act, the Secretary of the Interior shall take such action as may be appropriate to encourage and enable private persons and corporations (hereinafter referred to as "concessioners") to provide and operate facilities and services which he deems desirable for the accommodation of visitors in areas administered by the National Park Service.
Pagina 127 - Secretary") shall — (1) develop, plan, and carry out a comprehensive program designed to stimulate and encourage travel to the United States by residents of foreign countries for the purpose of study, culture, recreation, business, and other activities as a means of promoting friendly understanding and good will among peoples of foreign countries and of the United States...
Pagina 125 - ASTA's fundamental purpose is the promotion and advancement of the interests of the travel agency industry and the safeguarding of the traveling public against fraud, misrepresentation, and other unethical practices.
Pagina 145 - States; (9) preserve the historical and cultural foundations of the Nation as a living part of community life and development, and...
Pagina 145 - There is established a national tourism policy to— "(1) optimize the contribution of the tourism and recreation industries to economic prosperity, full employment, and the international balance of payments of the United States...
Pagina 58 - Nation; (10) insure the compatibility of tourism and recreation with other national interests in energy development and conservation, environmental protection, and the judicious use of natural resources; (11...
Pagina 144 - ... 15364.50. The Legislature finds and declares that: (a) Tourism is a major source of jobs, income, and tax revenues in California, and the expansion of this industry is vital to the overall growth of California's economy. (b) The tourism, travel, and recreational industries are important to the state, not only because of the numbers of people they serve and the vast human, financial, and physical resources they employ, but because of the benefits which tourism, recreation, and related activities...
Pagina 7 - I will be happy to answer any questions. Senator INOUYE. Thank you very much, Madam Secretary.
Pagina 145 - States, in order to facilitate planning in the public and private sectors; and (12) harmonize, to the maximum extent possible, all Federal activities in support of tourism and recreation with the needs of the general public and the States, territories, local governments, and the tourism and recreation industry, and to give leadership to all concerned with tourism, recreation, and national heritage preservation in the United States.