All over the world experts, residents, and cities have been advocating alternatives to the devastating impacts of overtourism on local territories, societies, economies and global climate.
The ‘Re-Thinking Tourism for a Planet in Crisis’ symposium opens up a cross-disciplinary discourse on the possible futures of responsible tourism.
As COVID-19 pandemic radically hits global tourism and the immediate environmental benefits become evident it is our unique opportunity to demand immediate response and fundamental redefinition of tourism worldwide.
Cheap Holidays in Other People's Misery
Philosopher and writer, Professor and Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English, Rice Univeristy, Texas, USA
The Moral Economy
Writer, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Environmental Design and Landscape Architecture at UC Davis, California, USA