Firstly who here heard of Giglio before this happened?
Secondly, after the whole world being told how pristine the Tuscan coast is, how many people are likely to visit there after this? They'll probably build a Concordia museum or something to attract even more tourists in the longer term.
Good one. I raise my hand. It may be an environmental problem (I sure hope not) but it certainly put Giglio on the map. Just wait til tourist season starts.
It is kinda sad that a disaster with death and a possible environmental disaster puts a little town on the map.