Publicado en 3C Empresa – Volume 12, Issue 2 (Ed. 52)
The intangible cultural heritage of ethnic minorities in Guangxi, Yunnan and Guizhou is born and grows essentially basing local environmental protection. Doubling efforts in protecting the ecological environment is the key to enabling the live transmission of such non-material cultural heritage. To better preserve the environment in places inhabited by ethnic minorities, this paper probed into and verified the live transmission tourism development of the intangible cultural heritage of ethnic minorities in Guangxi, Yunnan and Guizhou, in virtue of the evaluation system built applying the dimensionless method. The results suggested that tourism development has improved the ecological environment of ethnic minority villages. Digitally, the utilization rate of clean energy and resource exceeded 85% and 76.8%, while the vegetarian coverage and afforestation area reached 45% and 137.4 hectares respectively. That made level 5 the impact of the intangible cultural heritage tourism development of ethnic minorities on the corresponding ecological environment, enabling joint development.
Ecological protection; Environmental protection; Intangible culture; Heritage tourism; Tourism development