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Eco-luxury resort aims to go plastic-free by 2022

In a world where luxury isn’t easily associated with sustainability, Six Senses Fiji provides impetus to think and act differently. Located on Malolo Island in Fiji’s pristine Mamanuca group, Six Senses Fiji offers an unmatched experience in luxury, local culture, adventure and sustainability programmes.  Internationally renowned, the Six Senses brand centers on wellness and sustainability. These ... read more

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An Update from Research and Stats: Surveys key to making informed decisions

The review of the SPTO online library, more widely known as the Regional Tourism Resource Center (RTRC) as well as the communication products including the monthly Market Watch, a SPTO monthly update on outbound market trends amongst others was launched this month. Led by Eagles Consultancy, a Fiji-based consultancy company, the review aims to support ... read more

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Consultations conclude for the Pacific Sustainable Tourism Policy Framework

Stakeholder consultations for the development of the Pacific Sustainable Tourism Policy Framework (PSTPF) have concluded with the presentation of findings to stakeholders and the Regional Working Group (RWG) completed yesterday. Held throughout February, the three week stakeholder consultation process was delivered via zoom and also relied on UNDP’s Solevaka platform. The process was guided by ... read more

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Update from the Division

Mauri from the Sustainable Tourism & Research Division (STRD)! In this issue, we are pleased to present the newly formatted Sustainable Tourism Newsbeat, which our division produces on a monthly basis. The newsletter will now feature one SPTO member country per issue, with the aim of highlighting key initiatives being undertaken by the National Tourism ... read more

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Climate Change: Now is not the time to mince words

There is no greater long-term challenge confronting the United States and the world than climate change. The progress we make in the United States is crucial. At the same time, with more than 85% of global emissions coming from beyond our borders, we need the rest of the world to accelerate their progress alongside us. ... read more

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