Radio UF: Tourism in the Light of the Climate Crisis

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The Radio discusses current and future tourism in the light of the climate crisis in South Asia, as it is one of the places where the threat of environmental changes due to the climate crisis are significant. The episode emphasizes three different examples of tourism in South Asia and how these places are being affected by the current crisis. From how the establishment of new hotels in the Maldives can lead to bleached corals, to the problem of landslides in Uttarakhand and wheter the solution can be found in the mountains of Bhutan.

Listen to the broadcast! 04.03.2024

Guests: Miriya Malik

Broadcaster: Amelie Hedgren, Kerstin Sigvardsson

Cover: Asad Photo Maldives

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