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- Pandemic Brings Venice a Chance To Reboot | NY Times
Residents warn against "tourism monoculture."
- Dominica Seeks to Be 1st Climate-Resilient Nation | Devex
- Destinations Look to a Greener Future – Maybe | Guardian
- 7 Thinkers Ponder Travel After Corona | FP
Becker nails it.
- Southeast Asia Urged to Rethink Tourism Post-Covid | Skift
- Cayman Is. Report Calls for Green Covid Recovery | Cayman Compass
- Chilean Calls for Sustianable Tourism Recovery in Latin America | Wilson Center
- Opinion: Thank Covid, No Crowds | Traveller
- Ecotourism Hiatus Threatens Conservation Worldwide | Washington Post
- Battle Rages Over Mexico's Maya Tourist Train | WSJ
- Amsterdam Reopens with Sustainability in Mind | Timeout
- Venetian Visionaries Push Value of Slow Tourism | CNN
- Experts Discuss Travel After Coronavirus | inews
- Java Locals Resist Trump-Related Mega-Resort | Washington Post
- 11 Bittersweet Reactions to Tourism Loss | NY Times
Without overtourism, locals smile, weep.
- Madgascar's Lemurs Need Tourism | Nat Geo
- Pandemic Upends Galápagos | Washington Post
- Experts Opine on the Future of Travel | NY Times
- Cruise Ships Helped Spread the Virus | Washington Post
- Tribes Resist Saudi Mega-City Plans | WSJ
"Neom" would rival Dubai, displace locals.
- With No Tourists, Who Pays for Conservation? | Mongabay
- Virus Should Force Changes in Travel | NBC news
A cri de coeur from the Digital Nomad.
- Oaxaca's Zapotecs Lose Tourism Income | Reuters
Typical for indigenous people reliant on handicraft sales.
- India: With No Tourist Food, Monkeys Attack People | News18
- Bali Economy Is Collapsing | 9News
Too dependent on tourism: 80%
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