June 2003
Earth Island Journal;Summer2003, Vol. 18 Issue 2, Special Section p5
Presents guidelines on becoming a responsible ecotourist. Ways to help preserve the environment of the places visited; Questions to ask to help preserve the culture of the places visited; Suggestions to help sustain local economies.


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