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With tourism on the way back in Egypt, there are signs of economic revitalization. Inbound tourism had declined post the Arab Spring in 2011, but now foreign visitors are returning here. As per tourism consulting body, the WTTC (World Travel and Tourism Council), tourism’s contribution to Egypt’s GDP went up by 16.5% in 2018. This economic progress however, comes at a cost for the local environment, which is seeing increasing pollution. The Red Sea offers more inexpensive delights for a number of European visitors in comparison to the Caribbean. The turquoise waters have been flooded with human and plastic waste, rendering much danger to the health of the corals.

Source:https://www.tourism-review.com/tourism-threatens-the-coral-reefs-ot-the-egyptian-coast-news11045

Uploaded Date:26 August 2019

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