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Opinion | The new virus will change how we travel. That will probably be good for us.

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Opinion | The new virus will change how we travel. That will probably be good for us.
As millions of travel and tourism workers now find themselves out of jobs, furloughed or, as in the case of some cruise ship employees, stuck indefinitely at sea, the industries involved seem to be gearing up for some future "recovery," insinuating a return to the baseline of pre-coronavirus.

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Welcome To 2020

Welcome To 2020

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...

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A Silent Retreat

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.

Good trav...

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Human Inequality

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...

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Global Crisis

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...

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Bigger Isn’t Better

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...

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The World Becomes Non-Essential

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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