The objective was to establish the impact of the management of the tourism system on the environmental awareness of the population of Lunahuana-Cañete, period 2022, the method used was a basic study, the design was without any experiment, in a single time and descriptive, quantitative and deductive approach. The population and test was 120 workers who work in the tourism and gastronomic areas, a non-probabilistic sensal sampling was used. As a result, 86.6% of respondents stated that the management of the tourism system is well implemented and basically implemented; the cultural, economic, environmental and social dimensions are between basically implemented and very well implemented. The environmental awareness variable was rated with 60.0% medium level, 36.7% high level, 3.3% low level, and the cognitive, affective, active and behavioral dimensions were rated as high level with an average of over 70%. The inferential statistical results indicate that the management of the Tourist System has a significant influence on the environmental awareness of the inhabitant, in the same way for the specific premise 1, it was confirmed that the cultural dimension is linked in a preponderant way with the environmental awareness of the inhabitant, for the specific premise 2, it was confirmed that the cultural dimension is associated in an important way with the environmental awareness of the inhabitant, for the specific premise 3, it was confirmed that the environmental dimension is linked with the environmental awareness of the inhabitant. And finally for the specific premise 4, it was confirmed that the social dimension is linked to the environmental awareness of the inhabitant, all the premises or hypotheses refer to the inhabitant of Lunahuana, Cañete, Lima, 2022.
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