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Barbados: Preserving paradise
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Sun, sand, sea, golf courses, cruise ships, and coral reefs - Barbados seems to have it all.

But what impact do the million people who visit each year have on this eastern-most Caribbean island?

And who benefits from the tourist dollars?

Dean St Hill talks to five islanders about their efforts to make tourism into a profitable business, while preserving the idyllic beaches and marine life for future generations.

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