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Egypt invites Musk after ‘aliens built pyramids’ tweet

Egypt has invited Elon Musk to visit its famed pyramids after the SpaceX and Tesla founder posted a satirical tweet stating that clearly extra-terrestrials had built the giant monuments.

Archaeology & Fossils

Aug 04, 2020

Economics & Business

Jul 23, 2020

How the coronavirus pandemic became Florida’s perfect storm

If there’s one state in the U.S. where you don’t want a pandemic, it’s Florida. Florida is an international crossroads, a magnet for tourists and retirees, and its population is older, sicker and more likely to be exposed …

Economics & Business

Jul 20, 2020

Economics & Business

Jul 20, 2020

What COVID-19 can teach tourism about the climate crisis

The global coronavirus pandemic has hit the tourism industry hard worldwide. Not only that, but it has exposed a lack of resilience to any type of downturn, according to new research from Lund University in Sweden. While …

Economics & Business

Jul 15, 2020

Social Sciences

Jul 06, 2020

Economics & Business

Jul 02, 2020

How to bring conservation messaging into wildlife-based tourism

The study states that failing to encourage tourists to do more on behalf of wildlife represents a missed opportunity for conservation. “We argue that the combination of emotional engagement and knowledge-driven action provided …


Jul 01, 2020

Study uses water data to map population changes caused by tourism

The economies of Devon and Cornwall have for many years relied heavily on the tourism industry.

Economics & Business

Jun 24, 2020

How some countries are reviving coronavirus-affected tourism in Africa

In the Gambia, teams of young tourism guides in their first holiday season are doing something very different from what they learned in training. They have been redeployed to act as coronavirus guides for their local communities, …

Social Sciences

Jun 15, 2020

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