New Zealand risks more divided communities if tourism not sustainable

New Zealanders could become increasingly divided in their attitudes to the rising number of visitors, a tourism researcher is warning, unless action is taken to manage their impact.

Professor Regina Scheyvens, co-director of Massey University’s Pacific Research and Policy Centre, says over-tourism is a serious issue in hotspots around the world and there are risks of the same thing happening in this country.

In this New Zealand Herald article, Grant Bradley explores what overtourism might mean for Aotearoa.

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