MIAMI TOURISM AND BUILDINGS ARE GOING GREEN

Nik Fes -
If one thinks of environmental friendliness and green initiatives, the U.S. don’t usually come to mind right away. But the shimmering metropolis of Miami wants to get greener – and it has something to...

FLORIDA TOURISM, ANOTHER VICTIM OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Sara Thopson -
Florida tourism is endangered by climate change. The coastal areas with the highest tourism presence, such as Miami, Florida Keys, Palm Beach or Tampa, may be seriously affected by floods and could ev...

RISING SEA WATER LEVELS WORRY FLORIDA MORE THAN EVER

Larry Brain -
The popular U.S. holiday state of Florida apparently accepts the reality of climate change after all - and wants to be prepared for it in the future. The possibility of rising seawater levels brought ...

FLORIDA TOURISM AFTER IRMA – MANY HOTELS REOPENED

Sara Thopson -
In the wake of Irma, some regions struggle with problems – the Florida Keys have even announced a temporary tourist stop. After the storm, Visit Florida spoke with marketing representatives of all the...

HURRICANE IRMA – THE IMPACT ON THE CARIBBEAN TOURISM DESTINATIONS

Nik Fes -
The three September days when Hurricane Irma flew through the eastern Caribbean meant enormous change for many peoples’ lives. Irma reaching 300kph (185mph) speed completely wiped out several communit...
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