Prof. Dr. Arlt’s New Blog ‘As Smog Hits China, Chinese Tourists Seek Fresh Air On Pollution Free Holidays’ at Forbes.com
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- On 6th January 2017
- Air Pollution, china, forbes, Outbound Travel, Smog
On January 6th 2017, COTRI Director Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt’s latest blog, ‘As Smog Hits China, Chinese Tourists Seek Fresh Air on Pollution Free Holidays’ was published on Forbes.com.
In his article, Prof. Arlt discusses the latest outbound tourism trends following China’s first ever nationwide red level fog alarm. Severe smog in China has led to ‘haze-avoidance’ outbound tourism from China, with 150,000 Chinese travelling abroad specifically to escape air pollution in December 2016.
Prof. Dr. Arlt’s blog: “As Smog Hits China, Chinese Tourists Seek Fresh Air on Pollution Free Holidays” can be read on his blog at Forbes.com.
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