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Has tourism had its day?
Misbehaving tourists – Around the world tourism numbers are increasing. This can bring many benefits to communities but it can also cause resentment, especially when tourists behave badly. Freya Higgins-Desbiolles explains what some of this bad behavior is and why it needs to stop.
Mornings, 28 May 2019, starting at 1:09:00
1:12:30 Tourists don’t know the impact they have on the places they are visiting
1:14:00 * Tourists are changing
1:15:00 Is this a conversation we’re seeing more?
1:15:30 Redesign so that local communities are at the forefront
1:17:00 Seeds in Venice and Amsterdam (Fair B&B)
“An important key to sustainability that many destination management organisations are realising is that people-to-people connections lead to repeat visitation, which is a pathway to sustainability.”
‘Untourist’ movement shuns global, mass tourism over local, unique and sustainable ventures
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Has tourism had its day? = ¿El turismo ha tenido su día? #roofdog
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) August 30, 2019
Kudos @MyfWarhurst @RadioNational for thoughtful Uluru conversation w @freyahd https://t.co/gGygYJWk3u
Timestamps: 1:20:00#reconciliation #respect #lastchancetourism
1:27:00 Conquerors' conquest
1:27:30 Ananangu spirituality
1:28:15 Bruce Pascoe pic.twitter.com/SK4z6LYWp3
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) October 27, 2019