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Nature Environmental Protection, 2023, 4(1); doi: 10.38007/NEP.2023.040106.

Exploration on the Win-win Cooperation between Cultural Heritage and Natural Environment Protection Based on the Theory of Cooperation and Competition


Thielen Oriaghe

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Thielen Oriaghe

Bar Ilan Univ, Dept Management, IL-52900 Ramat Gan, Israel


The ecological crisis is the most serious problem at present, and for its effective management, people need to pay full attention to environmental issues. Cultural heritage is an important part of it, and its development cannot be separated from all the resources that the natural environment can provide. All aspects of today’s society have responded accordingly. In this era, this generation must inherit the tradition. In China, there are contradictions between the development of traditional cultural heritage and environmental protection. In order to take full advantage of the competitive advantage and achieve the win-win objective of sustainable development, it is necessary to reconfigure the concept and structure. Through the analysis of experimental data, this paper found that in the future development, attention should be paid to green protection and vegetation construction. The vegetation coverage of theme parks was 21.32% higher than that of cultural museums. 


Cooperative Competition Theory, Cultural Heritage, Natural Environment Protection, Competitive Analysis

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Thielen Oriaghe. Exploration on the Win-win Cooperation between Cultural Heritage and Natural Environment Protection Based on the Theory of Cooperation and Competition. Nature Environmental Protection (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 49-59. https://doi.org/10.38007/NEP.2023.040106.


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