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Analysis: By driving tourism, "selfie culture" is a threat to NPs

Selfie culture poses a real threat to the great outdoors.


National parks have been around for a long time, but until social media came along, fewer people went to them. They were seen as the domain of outdoorsy individuals, who were as committed to spending time in the wilderness as others were to, say, hitting up the mall or getting their hair done.


https://www.treehugger.com/travel/how-do-we-save-our-national-parks-overtourism.html

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