List of Figures

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A typical scene in Finland, where people are cooking outdoors in the forest.
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A path in Scotland where access to the land is much more open now than it used to be thanks to new legislation.
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A trail in a park in Helsinki which has been specially laid out with older people in mind.
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An abandoned field in Latvia, the result of economic and social changes in the countryside.
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Potential benefits resulting from Nature Tourism.
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A hiking path in Halkidiki in Greece provides opportunities for nature tourism.
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Encouraging young children to be active outdoors is important for their physical and social development.
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An urban park in the Netherlands provides valuable green space in a crowded country.
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High quality landscapes are frequently associated with good restorative values.
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The concept of the expert based survey.
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The most important types of conflict identified for each country participating in the survey.
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The European forest regions emerging from the analysis.
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A path in the forests of the Troodos Mountains in Cyprus is linked to the nature tourism strategy of the country, part of an integrated approach.
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A lake in Latvia with a very natural structure and unpolluted water is ideal for bird watching.
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Accommodation at an ecotourist lodge in the Western Ghats of India has been developed with sustainable principles in mind and provides employment for local people.