I can’t think of any reason why countries that attract tourists would be more or less likely to want or pass a climate bill. Far more important factors are how large their economy is, and how protective the government is of that economy. African nations, for example, are generally making very little progress on climate bills because their struggling economies dominate the political discourse. In recent years industrialized countries have finally been stepping up and passing real climate change legislation, recognizing their responsibility to protect the environment. Tourism would only be a factor if a climate change bill directly hurt the tourism sector of the economy, but I don’t think this is the case.
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