Carina Ren Nature is interweaved into the Greenlandic society in ways that are often characteristic of indigenous cultures. As tourism is gaining increasing attention and traction in Greenland, the question is how tourism actors can innovate and narrate tourism products and experiences in new ways to reflect the entanglements of humans, culture and nature. Visit …
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- By ARCTISEN in Centre for Innovation and Research in Culture and Living in the Arctic, Greenland, indigenous tourism, Inuit culture and tourism, UNESCO, Yleinen
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