World Rainforest Movement

Socio-environmental Implications of Building Tourism Spaces

This article, written for the research and communication network, Alba Sud, presents a critical view of territories dominated by capital investments in tourism, with a special focus on Central America and the Caribbean. The incursion of tourism and real estate capital, along with certain laws and public policies, is causing a radical shift in land use. Nature, transformed into a commodity, becomes a way to increase profits; and people are expelled from their lands and alienated from their ancestral knowledge and cultures. Read the article in Spanish at:

http://www.albasud.org/noticia/942/implicaciones-socio-ambientales-de-la-construcci-n-del-espacio-tur-stico – sthash.IST9x8Jc.dpufhttp://www.albasud.org/noticia/942/implicaciones-socio-ambientales-de-la-construcci-n-del-espacio-tur-stico#sthash.IST9x8Jc.dpuf

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