The Eden Project and The Environment Analytical Essay by ResearchRiter

An analysis of the Eden Project.
# 126310 | 4,000 words | 12 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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The Eden Project is a unique visitor attraction located in Cornwall in the United Kingdom and is composed of artificial biomes that house plants collected from around the world.  Not only has the Eden Project become one of the top paid-for attractions in the United Kingdom, it is also highly-regarded educational and environmental institution.  In recognition of this important landmark, which opened officially on March 17, 2001, this week’s Paper of the Week on AcaDemon is paper #126310 and is titled “An Analysis: Eden Project”.  This informative, well-written, and interesting research paper provides an in-depth business review of the Eden Project.  Included in the paper is a look at the Eden Project’s strategic position, the external drivers affecting the Project, its competitors, and how it adds value to the community.  The paper also includes useful diagrams and is fully referenced.


This is a study of a non-profit organisation devoted to the environment and the ecology. The writer notes that it has created a unique installation of high tech greenhouses in southwestern England that studies and teaches horticulture.

From the Paper:

"The Eden Project is a purportedly environmentally friendly and inspired tourist attraction in the Cornwell district of the United Kingdom. Its central theme is horticultural exhibits but its programs include a number of other educational musical and entertainment attractions. What is not clear is the origin of the Eden Project and its underlying purpose. The complex is owned by an educational charity the Eden Trust. It is funded by public funds and contributions ..."

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