Rural Mexicans Learning to Make Ecotourism Pay

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: September 5, 2001   View Article

It’s not hard to advocate ecotourism—loosely defined as a form of travel that protects an area of the natural world while enabling the local people to preserve their culture and meet their daily needs.

The hard part is making ecotourism work.

Related Posts

Back From the Dead: Why De-Extinction May Save Humanity

Parched California Braces for Drought Without End in Sight

Extremely rare orchid ‘rediscovered’ on a remote island

World’s most ‘irreplaceable’ protected areas identified

Saving most of Earth’s plants may take just a bit of land

© 2008-2010 Collected Writings By John Roach