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Nature Environmental Protection, 2023, 4(2); doi: 10.38007/NEP.2023.040207.

Sensitivity of Natural Environment of Tourist Attractions Based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation


Agrawal Amogh

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Agrawal Amogh

Univ Quebec, Montreal, Canada


The study on environmental sensitivity of tourist attractions is an important part of the study on sustainable development of tourism, which is of great significance to the planning, construction, management and sustainable development of tourist attractions. Applying the fuzzy comprehensive evaluation (FCE) method to the evaluation of natural environmental sensitivity of tourist attractions is an attempt to apply the fuzzy mathematics method to the study of environmental sensitivity of tourist attractions. Therefore, this paper proposed to apply the FCE method to evaluate the natural environment sensitivity of scenic spots with rich ecological resources and located in the tourist area. The result showed that among the weight factors of the first-level scenic spots suitable for development, the highest was tourism resources, with a weight value of 0.394. Moreover, no matter what level of scenic spots, when dividing suitable development areas, tourism resources were always the most important factor. Therefore, it is urgent to protect the resources of natural scenic spots. 


Tourist Attractions, Environmental Sensitivity, Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation, Analytic Hierarchy Process Algorithm

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Agrawal Amogh. Sensitivity of Natural Environment of Tourist Attractions Based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation. Nature Environmental Protection (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 2: 58-67. https://doi.org/10.38007/NEP.2023.040207.


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