The Amenity Migrants: Seeking and Sustaining Mountains and Their Cultures
Laurence A. G. Moss
CABI, 2006 - Science - 329 pages
Places with perceived high environmental quality and distinctive culture are globally attracting amenity migrants. Today this societal driving force is particularly manifest in mountain areas, and while beneficial for both the newcomers and locals, is also threatening highland ecologies and their human communities.
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