December 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);12/4/2009, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports that the "Travel Weekly" magazine has teamed up with The Travel Foundation to minimise the devastating impact of overfishing in the Caribbean area. Readers can vote for the sustainable tourism project they would like to see receive 5,000 pound funding next year. Each week, the magazine is showcasing one of four projects shortlisted by the foundation and readers can vote for their favourite online at travelweekly.co.uk/tfvote throughout December 2009.


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