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UK, London: Can mass tourism be responsible tourism?

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  • Marcus L. Endicott
    Can mass tourism be responsible tourism? Does profit have to be the price of the industry s conscience? 11 May 04 | Sheraton Park Tower London | 4 - 6pm
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      Can mass tourism be responsible tourism?

      Does profit have to be the price of the industry's conscience?

      11 May 04 | Sheraton Park Tower London | 4 - 6pm

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      Under pressure from campaigners and consumers, travel industry
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      Are groups like the Travel Foundation just making it easier for
      operators to ease their guilt by asking a meagre 10p donation (set to
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      charitable spend going and will either the destinations or mass-
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