Why Does Thailand Need Sustainable Tourism?

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With the rapid tourism industry development, environmental problems in Thailand including climate change, intensive farming, water pollution, Of course, we all need clean water to drink. But as the matter of fact, people in Thailand has

E-tourism in developing countries: more links, fewer leaks (80%) or Asia (70% in Thailand and 40% in India). What can be done to reverse this trend? One solution is for This e-tourism module, which is part of a larger course on "Sustainable Tourism for Development", has two main

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E-tourism in developing countries: more links, fewer leaks (80%) or Asia (70% in Thailand and 40% in India). What can be done to reverse this trend? One solution is for This e-tourism module, which is part of a larger course on "Sustainable Tourism for Development", has two main

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