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  As cruise ships increase in size, passengers, and ports, there is "a growing debate about the impacts—environmental, social and economic—on the oceans, coral reefs, beaches, and coastal communities," writes Martha Honey, Executive Director of The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), in the latest issue of EcoCurrents. Noting that "the allure of cruise tourism can be great," Honey writes, "The question is: Can cruise line tourism bring sustainable development to poor coastal and island communities?"   Majahual, a tiny Mexican...
The International Ecotourism Society's Celebration of Ecotourism Gala Features Eco-Holiday Experiences from around the World   WASHINGTON DC, May 4, 2004 – The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), together with the Costa Rican Mission to the Organization of American States (OAS), is hosting a cocktail party, dinner, and auction of holiday trips to outstanding ecotourism destinations around the world. The silent and live auction features dozens of vacation packages, each for two persons, offered by tour operators, lodges, hotels, and safari camps committed to sound...


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