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Why are we allowing the destruction of habitats and the loss of wildlife, killing a unique, sustainable tourism opportunity that is already notable internationally, and threatening years of research by scientists?
ROME, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- By any measure, Italy's tourism sector has been ravaged by the global coronavirus outbreak. But analysts said the sector would be able to snap back once the pandemic is over, though it would need reforms to do so.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Tourist operators in Mauritius fear that an oil spill from a Japanese ship will further damage their businesses, already reeling from the coronavirus epidemic, and could cost jobs if their pristine beaches are spoiled.
GEORGE TOWN: Once a thriving tourist spot, the scenic Chew Jetty with closely built wooden houses in Weld Quay now looks empty and deserted.
JAKARTA: The Bali resort island, one of he top tourist centres in Indonesia and big attraction for world travellers, will soon levy a green tax on tourists to support the sustainable tourism industry, a tourism board official said on Tuesday (March 10).
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Brunei Darussalam’s very own Kampong Ayer was honoured with the 2nd Asean Sustainable Tourism Award for the Urban Sustainable Product, during the Asean Tourism Awards ceremony on Thursday (Jan 16).
VIENTIANE: Laos has launched a new project to improve infrastructure and facilities in Champassak province to support sustainable tourism, after reaching an agreement with a construction company.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Pillars of fire and smoke from bushfires are tarnishing Australia's reputation for pristine vistas abounding in wildlife and wreaking havoc on tourism, operators say, as authorities are forced to cancel concerts, close parks and evacuate towns.
HANOI (ANN): A 'Zero plastic waste tourism' campaign was promoted at a conference in Quang Nam province's Hoi An city in Vietnam last week with the participation of 200 representatives of NGOs, Unesco and businesses.
KOTA KINABALU: Giving local fishing communities a share of profits from sustainable tourism is one way of “opening their eyes” over the value of sharks and rays, say conservationists.