Tourism in 2023

November 27, 2009 - Lorna

The Forum for the Future have been doing some scenario planning on the sustainability of tourism. The report Tourism 2023 is available on their web site and the 4

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scenarios brought to life through animations by students at Goldsmiths College.

The scenarios – Boom & Burst, Divided Disquiet, Price & Privilege and Carbon Clampdown – give food for thought on how our industry might look in the very near future.

How will our destinations respond?

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