What’s the Right Way to Travel?
After two years of pandemic slowdown, travel is booming like never before. But for communities reliant on tourism, the sudden rush of visitors is a mixed blessing, as in many places economic activity comes alongside strains on infrastructure, labor shortages and tourists who treat destinations as personal playgrounds. This panel investigates ways we can build a new future for travel, one that benefits and enriches both travelers and the communities they visit.
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- What are the most exciting efforts to build sustainable travel options that benefit communities?
- When can travel create positive impact and how can we replicate these circumstances?
- What are the most important ethical considerations to make when traveling?
- Abby Rapoport, Publisher, Stranger's Guide
- Cassim Shepard, Distinguished Lecturer, City College, City University of New York
- Katalina Mayorga, CEO, El Camino Travel
Ambia Elias, Assistant Publisher, Stranger's Guide
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