The current modern mode of mass tourism is in urgent need of reconceptualisation. The relatively new concept of nanotourism encourages “creative critique to the current environmental, social and economic downsides of conventional tourism, as a participatory, locally oriented, bottom-up alternative”. Can it solve our current international tourism dilemma?
On 18th November, Boris Johnson unveiled the UK’s ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution. With the COP26 climate summit set to take place in Glasgow next year, the UK is working harder to reduce it’s environmental impact and cut all negative environmental impact by 2050, whilst also creating and supporting up to 250,000 new […]