1. Gentrification happens all the time but it isn’tnecessarily a good thing for historical sites. Towns that are rooted with suchheritage and history which are the foundation that hold the sites.
Gentrifyinga town with history shouldn’t be renovated because it gets too expensive forthe people who originated from there. Local officials should prevent historicaltowns from being gentrified because it starts to become more attractive tooutside citizens, drives up property values and changes the demographic aswell. To prevent gentrification, local officials should preserve the history insuch towns to keep the heritage and history alive.
Unfortunately, it’s theofficials who make these decisions and make profits out of them. 2. I don’t think that there is anything wrong with businessestaking advantage of the tourist climate despite the historical events that tookplace in the site because climate is one of the biggest resources and veryessential for tourism. Tourism climateis not a event but because it is a growing awareness. The shift in climatepatterns and the amont of tourists that travel to the destinations have greatlucrative impacts on tourism businesses and even for the neighborhoods as well.In popular tourist and developing countries, tourism is a major positiveeconomic activity. However, I think that the tourism climate will have asignificant impact on historical events because of the physical resources thatsupport tourism around the world. Businesses use climate change as a marketingtool, that’s why tourists go to popular historical sites which can lead togentrification, can be great for business but potentially bad for the smallhistorical towns.