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The benefits and costs of tourism

Delete this post Submitted by Carlos Garate Salvatierra <> on 15/Oct/2007


I agree with the economic points. For example, Machu Picchu fosters tourism and generates jobs for the Peruvians and more money for the Peruvian government. And I agree with the enviromental points because Machu Pichu is the most important historical place in South America and it is necessary to preserve and protect the ruins.

I disagree with the trash dumped in the Urubamba river and the slow erosion of the earth near Machu Picchu and the slow disappearance of the mountain, eroded by tourists.

- The techo propio program fosters the contruction of houses.

-The rhinoceros is disappearing by the excessive hunting.

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