Destinations International NewsBriefs

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The Forest Service has yet to release the full plan but said the objectives are to decrease crowding, enhance opportunities for locals, and “chase the ice,” meaning increase opportunity for visitors...
May 2018
Plastic straws kill marine life and choke reefs and beaches, never decomposing completely, but instead breaking into bits of microplastics, which eventually enter the food chain. And so the straw —...
May 2018
MacGillivray Freeman’s America’s Musical Journey made its Asian debut at the 2018 Beijing International Film Festival, where it was awarded the “Best Audience Recommendation Award” in the Science and...
May 2018
The Information Age has had a profound effect on tourism over the past two decades, significantly altering the way visitors and destinations alike engage one another.
May 2018
As part of a shift toward natural resource preservation, some major destinations — and the people who visit them — are becoming more attuned to the environmental impact of tourism.
May 2018
With industry players slow to sign up, the new African Tourism Board initiative from the International Coalition of Tourism Partners has its work cut out for it.
May 2018
Crude oil prices are at the highest level in more than three years and expected to climb higher, pushing up gasoline prices along the way.
May 2018

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