(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
This summer, Bergens Tidende showed a picture of cruise ships fogging the center of Bergen with a dark blanket of sulfur dioxide and other exhaust gases. At the same time, local politicians and business along the coast are enjoying record numbers in a tourist industry with annual growth, which both leaves NOK and creates jobs. But tourism also gives more garbage, more queue and more stress. On the holiday island of Mallorca, the locals hammer on the windows of the tourist buses and want the tourists away from the island. So everything is not just the joy and the old, economic growth despite. A very relevant book analyzes the entire problem complex.
The author of Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet, Megan Epler Wood, is nobody. . .
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