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Hordes of tourists brandishing selfie-sticks are ruining the world's great cities and natural wonders. What's to be done?
From Venice to Mount Everest, tourists are overwhelming infrastructure, littering and crowding out local residents. Michael's guests are: Sandra Carvao of the United Nations World Tourism Organization; Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked: The Global Business of Travel & Tourism, and Stephen Burgen, who writes for The Guardian newspaper from Barcelona.