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...Pacific region is forecast to grow at an average rate of 4.6 percent each year to reach in excess of 657 million by 2020. This is the top line prediction contained within the Executive Summary Rep...

2. New Publication
(Online Publications/Travel & Tourism Magazines)
...ropical West Pacific, and Hawaiian Islands between December 2015 and May 2016, potentially affecting 4.7 million people. While the effect of El Niño in the Pacific Islands receives little global a...

...on (WTO) the international tourist arrivals reached 1.035 billion in 2012, an addition of more than 40 million compared to the year 2011. On the other hand, the tourist income has grown from 1.0...

...e: 22.02.2015 Tourism in South-East Asia is without doubt an ever-growing sector and income generator for millions of people directly or indirectly involved in the industry (UNWTO, 2013). At the same...

...rating employment opportunities and setting up of micro enterprises using locally available resources to millions of unemployed youth for enhanced productivity. This could be achieved by effecting...

.../or as local heritage attractions for domestic and international visitors. Every year thousands, sometimes millions, of people visit places like Auschwitz, Ground Zero, Hiroshima, Choeung Ek and Getty...

7. CfP: Special Issue of Tourism Recreation Research, 2013
(Online Publications/Online Journals)
...ater degree of certainty.   What about a more long term perspective?  In a world where 25 million tourists took an international holiday in 1950 and 100 years later it is forecasted...

... conducted by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) the tourism industry employs approximately 235 million people (8% of the world labour force) and generates over 9% of world GDP. Touri...

...rld-wide Organization of Tourism, the world-wide total of arrivals of international tourists reached 806 million in 2005, an addition to more than 360 million compared to the year of 1990. On th...

10. Haiti - shaken by history and hazards - A viewpoint by Sir Hilary Beckles
(Globalization and Tourism Content/World Heritage)
...ho formerly enslaved, animals, and all other commercial properties and services. The sums amounted to 150 million gold francs. Haiti was told to pay this reparation to France in return for national ...

... University School of Business, rated one of the top ten business schools in China. Chengdu a city of 10 million is the capital of Sichuan Province in southwestern China.     D...

... in 2002 which identified the motivations and unique travel characteristics of the millions strong global movement of young travellers. Through this stu...

13. Climate Change and Youth Travel - A Youth Travel Industry Guide
(Tourism - Hazards, Desasters and Risks/Tourism and Climate Change)
...SE) Travel Confederation can begin to create a sea change—ingraining responsible travel habits amongst millions of youth travellers. It’s our chance to make a difference and to begin to answer t...

14. The impact of sea level rise on developing countries: a comparative analysis
(Tourism - Hazards, Desasters and Risks/Tourism and Climate Change)
...e of impacts will also be large. Despite this skew it is estimated that within this century, hundreds of millions of people are likely to be displaced by SLR, which will lead to severe economic and...

15. The impact of sea level rise on developing countries: a comparative analysis
(Online Publications/Research Papers [downloadable])
...e of impacts will also be large. Despite this skew it is estimated that within this century, hundreds of millions of people are likely to be displaced by SLR, which will lead to severe economic and...

...t discourage visits. Visits to the United States from countries outside Canada and Mexico totalled 21.7 million in 2006, down 17 per cent from a peak of 26 million in 2000, according to commerce d...

17. Dark Tourism Site in Europe [by qultures.com]
(Tourism Sociology/The Dark Tourism Phenomenon)
...pe Dark Tourists can visit: concentration camps at Auschwitz in Poland are visited by more than half a million each year American cemetery in Normandy, France London Dungeon Colditz Castl...

18. Real Food Safety
(Globalization and Tourism Content/WorldWatch - News)
In March, Menu Foods, Nestle Purina Pet Care, and Hill?s Pet Nutrition recalled more than 60 million cans of U.S. dog and cat food because they were contaminated with melamine?a nitrogen-based industr

19. Global Warming Endangers the Australian Tourism Industry
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
...y said recently that "Tourism is a 75 billion dollar (62.7 billion US) industry employing more than half a million Australians and is dependent upon a sustainable environment." She also claims that "t...

20. Bulgaria's Diversity
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
...for visitors, with extremely friendly and outgoing people. It is perhaps not surprising that it has over 4 million visitors per year.Legend has it that when God was creating the earth he forgot about ...

21. Estimating the impact of climate change disasters on children
(Tourism - Hazards, Desasters and Risks/Climate Change News)
...ere natural disasters will specifically affect children. It estimates that over the next decade, up to 175 million children every year will be affected by both 'slow-moving' climate- related natural d...

22. Armenian Tourism
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
The Republic of Armenia, with a population more than three million, is situated in the Southern Caucasus between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. This is a country which continuously puts more and

23. Niagara On The Rise
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
...ounding 23.8% general increase in the amount of visitors to the region. 2005 brought in an incredible $400 million in tourism revenue and hotel room bookings were up 7.4%. On a national scale, the pop...

24. Changes in Maltese Tourism
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
... and Dutch markets, yet negative ones from France, Austria and Norway. Taking into account that around 370 million Europeans venture abroad to other European states every year, spending huge amounts o...

25. Thirst for bottled water may hurt environment
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... The Earth Policy Institute estimated that to make the plastic for the bottles burns up something like 1.5 million barrels of oil, enough to power 100,000 cars for a year. Nearly 90 percent of the bot...

26. Earth Day April 22nd
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...erican support for the first Earth Day in 1970. Almost four decades later, Earth Day is celebrated by 500 million people in 180 countries. Earth Day has morphed from a single day of environmental ac...

27. China to Boost Corn Production to Meet Rising Demand for Feed and Fuel
(Globalization and Tourism Content/WorldWatch - News)
China?s Ministry of Agriculture has announced that the nation will expand its corn output to more than 150 million tons on some 26.8 million hectares of land in 2010, up from 144 million tons last yea

...nued ‘business as usual’ greenhouse gas emissions could increase the ranks of the hungry by 80 million by 2080, mostly in Africa and southern Asia. Mosquitoes that carry malaria and dengue...

29. Plan B Budget for Restoring the Earth
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... industrial countries. Meeting the growing fuelwood demand in these countries will require an estimated 55 million additional hectares of forested area. Anchoring soils and restoring hydrological stab...

30. Global Warming Research Shows Need For Protected Areas
(Tourism - Hazards, Desasters and Risks/Climate Change News)
...ancaster Sound in the eastern Arctic. The span of the islands is just over 6,000 hectares. More than two million seabirds, almost half the total breeding population of seabirds in B.C. nest annually...

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