Shades of green

May 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;5/25/2007, Issue 49, p8
Trade Publication
An interview with Fran Bailey, the federal minister for tourism in Australia, is presented. When asked about how the country promotes green tourism, she states that leaders in the tourism industry are being good custodians of the environment, and the tourists operators act as wonderful environmentalists. She explains that as Tourism Minister, she has created an advisory council composed of peak tourism groups in the industry, discussing problems in the industry.


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