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Blog - Sustainable Tourism and Its Discontents: The Case of Honduras

From: Amir Gohar <amir.gohar@btinternet.com>

For discussion of the recent talk at the University of California, Berkeley on "Sustainable Tourism and Its Discontents: The Case of Honduras," please see the blog:

Sustainability of the Global South - Realizing Opportunities & Overcoming Challenges

Here is the link to the BLOG, so please expand on the very interesting discussion and post your views, ideas, research, pictures,…etc

Managing Your Account on H-Travel

The information below is borrowed, with thanks, from H-German, which recently went over to the H-Net Commons. It is re-posted here to help H-Travel members manage their accounts and become acclimated to the new system. The tips for H-German are similar to what you need do for H-Travel.

--B. Gordon, Co-Editor, H-Travel

[From H-German]:

Some of you (including some of our own editors) have had trouble accessing your new account at H-Net Commons. If that is the case, please follow this link with instructions on how to set up your password and gain access to your account:

Sustainable Tourism and Its Discontents: The Case of Honduras

University of California, Berkeley


Dept. of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning

LA253 Colloquium

Theme: “The Global South, Common sustainability challenges (Causes & Solutions)”

Sustainable Tourism and Its Discontents: The Case of Honduras

Wurster Hall – Room 315a October 8th, 1:00-­‐2:00 pm

SPEAKER: Christopher Loperena

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