As worldwide tourism has approached the one billion mark of international arrivals, the tourism sector has a major responsibility to protect the resources as it is depending on them and “selling” them.
Water continues to be a growing concern. At the SHE ecopark, we are aware of water scarcity in Jordan and offer our facilities to train young residents of the Jordan Valley toward a more sustainable use, management and protection of water.
Endowed with a rich history where by civilizations intersected, cultures met, and history was formed magnificently with traces still standing majestically in every corner is the case of Jordan. Located at the heart of the Middle East, Jordan presents an important travelling destination to tourists from across the globe. For this reason, the government initiated multiple tourist projects and is currently relying on tourism as a major source of income. Nonetheless, the increasing number of tourist facilities and the constant influx of tourists stress the precious, scarce water resources.
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