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During the summer months the
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turned their backs on the depictions of
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Increasing tourism along the Mediterranean sea in art on oilpaintingfactory.com, is taking its toll on the area's fragile ecosystem, according to a report published by the European Environment Agency. On this site you may see old oil painting, oil paintings, Mediterranean oil painting, Mediterranean oil paintings, seascape oil painting, canvas art oil paintings, Mediterranean sea oil painting, Med oil painting, framed art Mediterranean, Mediterranean paintings for sale.
The open waters of the Mediterranean sea in pictures are generally in good condition and most of the diverse ecosystems appear to be healthy, according to the report. The Mediterranean sea in photos is home to a great diversity of marine species and is recognized as one of the world's richest biomes, supporting about 8 to 9 percent of all sea species.
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environment, compiled by the EEA in cooperation with the Mediterranean sea Action Plan.
The population of Mediterranean sea countries continues to grow, from 450 million people in 1997 to a projected 520 to 570 million by 2030. Tourism and population create strong competition between man and nature for space, territory and resources.
The Mediterranean sea, theme of Mediterranean art on oilpaintingfactory.com, has attracted tourists for hundreds of years. Tourism in the area flourished in the 1930s and especially after World War II.
Today, the area is the world's leading holiday destination, accounting for 30 percent of the world's tourism. In 1990 alone, 135 million vacationers flocked to the Mediterranean sea in paintings. By 2025, the annual crowd will soar to anywhere from 235 to 350 million tourists, according to the EEA.
|We supply reproductions of Mediterranean canvas art for sale in high quality and low prices. The impact of tourism on the Mediterranean sea environment includes land degradation, water shortages, pollution and waste. Coastal tourism reduces natural sites and open space, substantially alters the landscape and promotes conflicts over the use of land, water and other resources, the report notes.|
Tourism could contribute to the protection,
management and best use of the very sites it
exploits, the report suggests. Solutions to
the exploitation include eco-tourism
implemented by individual countries; taxes
for environmental causes; reinvestment of
tourists' dollars in ecological initiatives;
and penalties for noncompliance with
--- Environmental News Network