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Some Positive News ----Pandemic respite for 'sea gypsies' threatened by mass tourism

https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/2024031/pandemic-respite-for-sea-gypsies-threatened-by-mass-tourism

"Covid is an opportunity to change mentalities." -well said.
Interesting article, thanks for having shared this.
Best,
Adis

Adis Krdzalic

FH Joanneum

Institut für Bank und Versicherungswirtschaft

adis.krdzalic@fh-joanneum.at

Hi Michael! Thank you for sharing the article here!

Here's a link to what I found of sustainable tourism development in Thailand. https://www.glpfilms.com/sustainable-thailand

Am I right to say that the examples which are shared on the page, are also development that has taken place due to the pandemic, more or less?  I remember we discussed in our first TOURIST training for trainers about animal tourism, including the use of elephants in the tourism industry in Thailand and how cultural background affects on the perception.

Kind regards from Finland!
Leena

Leena Grönroos
Senior lecturer
Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
leena.gronroos@haaga-helia.fi
www.haaga-helia.fi