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Will climate change cause polar bear extinction?

Will climate change cause polar bear extinction? | tourism | Scoop.it
It’s hard to imagine a world without polar bears. But like so many other species that have been wiped out by human activities, these icons of the Arctic could
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Serbians spending the big money on foreign tourism travel | glObserver Global Economics

Serbians spending the big money on foreign tourism travel | glObserver Global Economics | tourism | Scoop.it
At the same time as it comes to outbound tourism, Serbia surprises the travel and tourism industry with 500 Million Euros their citizens spent abroad on tourism.

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Reports of massive chemical attack near Damascus as UN - RT News

Reports of massive chemical attack near Damascus as UN - RT News | tourism | Scoop.it
Conflicting reports emerged of recent chemical weapons use in Syria. This comes on the same day that the UN inspectors arrive in Damascus to investigate allegations of use of toxic arms.
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Talk point: Tourism and development

Talk point: Tourism and development | tourism | Scoop.it
This month's Global development podcast looks at the ethics and economics of travel to developing countries and ask what tourism can contribute to local development.

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Oxford Economics Tourism study Athens 4Dec2013

Launch event of the study "The Impact of Online Content on European Tourism", conducted by Oxford Economics and endorsed by the Association of Greek Tourism ...
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Can We Save Venice?

Can We Save Venice? | tourism | Scoop.it
Seth Dixon‘s insight: Venice is sinking–no news there.  Some of the sinking is natural based on the geomorphological processes on being in a lagoon and some is based on how people have modified the physical landscape.  The GREEN on the map...

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