Aviation, Travel and Tourism

Half of all tourism happens on the coast, so what lies ahead as sea levels rise?

A typical beach holiday could soon be a thing of the past. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Nick Davies

Research Fellow , University of Salford

David Jarratt

Senior Lecturer in Tourism Management, University of Central Lancashire

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