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Millions of employees of the travel and tourism industry are now without jobs. While some people are looking at a future ‘recovery’ of the tourism business, going back to a pre-pandemic world isn't...
Nature, silence, and solitude are now extreme luxuries. We travel not to run from one place to another but to escape the crowd, find nature, breathe fresh air, and witness beauty.
Traveling shows human inequality and what all traffic, noise and ‘commercial development’ has done to our planet.
We get to witness global warming due to the CO2 emissions, and the stale, tox...
Almost the entire world is in a ‘freeze’ mode with travel restrictions and lockdowns due to the new virus. This time should not be just a red light at the junction, but a time of reckoning, allowin...
The Travel and Tourism industry always thrived on big. Big cruise ships, crowded national parks, and large scale corporatization.
The trillion dollar bailouts and stimulus packages should b...
As we fall back to the ‘essential’ living conditions, locked down at our homes, the excesses of our globalized world, the giant amusement parks, malls, hotels, airlines, resorts, and the hoards of ...
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Worldwide, travel for business and vacation has been disrupted by the spread of the new virus. It is a global crisis impacting every facet of the tourism industry in every country.
Initial response to postponing trips (in Feb 2020) was in fact lower than January due to information going around that the disease doesn’t affect the young, and it’s not such a big deal. Both pieces of information turned out to be wrong though. The Virus affects all and is a big deal.
Most people ask about the timeframe of the crisis being over. What has to be understood is that different geographical locations have a different level of crisis waves, and the situation has to be viewed globally, not locally.
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The measures to stop the spread of the virus are well-known by now: staying home in lockdown, working from home as a default option, schools switching from physical classrooms to e-learning models.
Not every country has been able to make these choices fast, due to a combination of hesitation, inaction, and paralysis. Before any decision is made, the first thing to do is determine what needs to be done and at what pace and scale.
As the current health crisis steamrolls into an economic crisis unparalleled for the last 100 years, the decline in economic activity is already at par with the great depression.
This crisis of global proportions requires resilience, both for near-term issues like liquidity and cash flow, as well as long-term issues like uncertainty, personal financial stress and recovering from multiple challenges that were already present and are now further complicated due to the pandemic.
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While having to stay and, if possible, work from home, might be one significant challenge for employers, employees can actually see this situation as quite satisfactory. That is to say, when doing ...
Most of are currently facing the reality of working from home. While some sociable individuals might perceive this as unbearable, the introverts most certainly enjoy it. This can actually be the proper period to develop or improve distance-based relationships. Moreover, this is also the best moment to take control of your own emotions: observe them and learn how to better react to what is happing around you.
Staying positive proves useful almost always. So how about looking at the good things that this pandemic has brought us? Next time you go online, you might want to consider booking your upcoming holiday, as everyone working in the field of tourism is currently making a lot of great offers. Furthermore, also the home loaning is bound to get more interesting, as demands will most certainly decrease in the near future. So, while still on the Internet, how about checking the online lending houses too?
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