How development in Sri Lanka will affect the locals

10/30/2013 | Al Jazeera

Sri Lanka has become an attractive tourist destination in the past few years, write Macalester College geographer William G. Moseley and Vinod Malwatte, a graduate of the college. However, the government's approach to development, which would provide opportunities for international resort chains, could take a toll on fisheries and other environmental resources without doing much to help the locals, they warn. It might be more beneficial to adopt a strategy meant to promote community-based ecotourism, they write.

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