Nature is not so fragile that a film crew will destroy an ecosystem just by walking around and filming a few scenes. They're under restrictions on what they can do (i.e. they're not going to be blowing up the island)
No point in watching this in the cinema then.
 or I call BS. There's no legal right in a civilized country to see X by going into someone's property, regardless of X.
Actually, yes there is. From times when road systems were not as good as they are today, and it was literally impossible to leave your own land without traversing someone else's, there developed laws of "rights of way". These are mostly an anachronism today, but do sometimes have to be respected. When I was a young lad, there was an old woman living at the back end of our farm, in a 3 room cottage with an open hearth, no electricity and no running water, half a mile in off the road. She had the legal right to cross our land to get to to the road, and also an old well on our land. As well as the obvious reaction of not really caring if some old woman walks across a field, there were other implications to her right of access. We used to keep sheep as well as cattle; as anyone who ever worked with sheep will know, rams will charge anyone who is not looking at them, and then stand there pretending it wasn't them when you pick yourself up off the ground. Happened me loads, no big deal, but for a fragile 80 year old woman there could be all sorts of legal implications. Anyway, like I said, it's mostly anachronistic, and dwindles in importance as land consolidation continues. My father now owns all the land that could be used as any reasonable excuse to demand a right of way across that big field.
There are 13 tour companies one can take to visit the island. The tours run each day during the summer but only once per day. So there are 13 boats of visitors per day for 5 months out of the year, not 13 visits per year total.
In a really good year here, we get about 10 days of summer.
Full disclosure: I'm a rabid pro-global-warming zealot.
You burn as much coal and oil as you can?
Racist By Default.
Germans, like all Europeans which are all fucking inbreds
Irony... like goldy or silvery, but made of iron?
Rainwater can be collected and recycled fairly easily. Crops of hydroponic vegetable gardens can be grown using robots. One level could be set aside for chicken and cows. Wind power can be generated on the top levels. A few levels can be set aside for humans. I would think that making the base with steel and upper levels with aluminum beams would be the most practical. It would have the best balconies ever! I can't wait to move in!!
If you started of with the center of many modern large cities with skyscrapers, you already have the support structure for a massive hollow pyramid in place. Of course, few of those cities happen to be in hot deserts.
I am saying "less is more". Or do you think 2.5k pages of Affordable Care Act + 10k pages of follow-on regulatory suppository is a Good Time?
Is this homeopathic economics?
No one can predict the future.