San Miguel de Allende is an historic colonial town in Central Mexico. It has World Heritage status and regularly wins awards as best place to visit or to retire from tourism publications. It has grown rapidly and is at risk of overtourism. This … [Read more...] about Carrying Capacity for Tourism in San Miguel de Allende
At the recent meetings of the Club of Rome, Dr. Manning cited work in Small Island Developing states and coastal zones showing the importance of adaptive approaches for those most affected by existential change. More information is available in the … [Read more...] about Tourisk urges inclusion of adaptation focus to strategic discussions of climate change
Dr. Manning addresses the greening of one of the world’s fastest growing industries – cruise tourism with presentations to audiences from NGOs and discussion groups in Canada. Contact us if you would like a copy of the download in the format of a … [Read more...] about Sailing towards Sustainability
Tourisk Inc is now involved in studies of carrying capacity for tourism in natural and urban environments. A recent article on one of the most intensively touristed “natural” sites follows. How Many Tourists Does It Take To Change Nature? Does the … [Read more...] about New Focus on Carrying Capacity: Are there Limits to Growth for Tourism?