There's been sand pilfering in Sardinia and Venice visitors threatened with fines for sitting down. Over in Rome, there's been selfie-based violence and illegal bathing. In Madrid, stringent rules have been put in place to handle Airbnb as locals fear being priced out of the city. And most recently, Thailand announced that Maya Bay, the popular destination made famous in the 2000 movie "The Beach" would be closed indefinitely to revive its ecosystem. None of this is going unnoticed by the travel industry itself and some within it are now trying to come up with solutions even as others continue to debate whether there is a problem. Get the full story at CNN