Jun 30, 2013

“They say that money makes the world go round – I prefer to say that people make the world go round.”


In an article about sustainability in the Caribbean, K Denaye Hinds, the Director of Sustainability for OBM International, emphasizes the value – and necessity – of protecting and sharing culture toward both economic health and the broader goals of sustainability.  Hinds also notes that the culture of sustainability itself should be infused into the tourism sector.

Do you think tourism can be a tool of sustainability?  Is so, how?  If not, why not?


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