It is said that love is the force that moves the planet. More and more Caribbean islands add that if that love ends at a wedding it would be excellent.
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Beaches are Caribbean tourism diamonds. But it seems that these diamonds are not "forever" because of erosion, one of the great dangers of climate change.
The bad news is that reefs are still in danger.
The Caribbean tourism industry is currently facing a much more demanding problem than competition from other destinations around the world: climate change and its aftermath.
The Caribbean region has received with deep concern the decision of the new president of the United States Donald Trump to withdraw his country from the Paris climate agreement, a treaty that is a hope for the paradisiac islands already struggling against the aftermath of global warming.
Many experts in the regional leisure industry believe that the tourism digitization is an inescapable step for the Caribbean, even if it involves severe costs.