Travel and Tourism
Our world is getting smaller. Improvements in communications systems, transport and information highways mean that countries are connected to each other in an increasing number of ways - politically, economically, culturally and environmentally. The Global Village series investigates the effects of globalisation on key international issues - for individuals, companies and governments.
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Tourism and Natural Resources
Responsible Travel 34
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