Consequences of Unsustainable Tourism

IB Geography: Consequences of Unsustainable Tourism

This page examines the characteristics and impacts of unsustainable tourism on rural and urban hotspots. It focuses on an in-depth example in Iceland, looking at first at the national scale and then focusing on well know rural sites and Reykjavik. In addition to the pressures it looks at some of the responses Iceland has taken. Other notable urban hotspots such as Barcelona and Dubrovnik are developed.Enquiry Question

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