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Tourism Community Unite to Help Victims of Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami

Support Needed for Grassroots Emergency Relief Operations in Northeastern Japan, Led by Japan Ecolodge Association and Tourism Networks.

 

Indian Ocean Tsunami - Two Years On

 

Many of the communities in the Indian Ocean countries affected by the disaster two years ago are well on their way to recovery. The tsunami proved the significance of the social and economic roles of tourism in many of the countries in the Asia Pacific region that depend heavily on the income from international visitors.

 

Voluntourism in Southern Thailand: Community-Based Tourism in Action

By Kelly May, CTB Project Manager, North Andaman Tsunami Relief (NATR) / Andaman Discoveries

 

The International Ecotourism Society Sends Condolences and Urges Efforts to Help with Economic Recovery

Indian Ocean Tsunami Affects Many Tourism Destinations in Southeast Asia, Ecotourism Community Unites to Support Recovery

 

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