Long before COVID-19 choked off flights, the planet was suffocating from the rise of mass tourism and the decline of travel. Post-pandemic, we need a new way to visit ancient relics and living cultures without crowding ourselves out. A look at the economics and sociology of mass tourism and alternative travel — scalability, sustainability and diminishing returns.
• Martin Regg Cohn, Political Columnist, Toronto Star and Senior Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy
• Peter Loewen (moderator), Professor, Munk School and Department of Political Science; Associate Director, Global Engagement, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy