This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book discusses major themes such as globalization, sustainability, development, power, class, host-guest relations, governance and poverty issues. It highlights the role of power and the need for empowerment in tourism development. The book highlights some of the key conclusions and potential research perspectives that could guide future studies in tourism and political ecologies. It explains that the relations between tourism and the natural and social environment are the very products of the political process. The book provides different perspectives to political ecologies that are taking place in various settings in the global-local nexus. Basically, the territorial referring to a taken-for-granted definition of community as a fixed and homogenous setting for empirical research often conceals critical internal issues such as class, ethnicity and gender. The book provides valuable examples for future tourism studies and for analyses in political ecology of tourism.