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Update from the Division

Bonjour and Greetings from the Division of Sustainable Tourism (DST)! For our March Newsbeat, we spotlight New Caledonia as they share their journey towards sustainable tourism development. Find out more about the Eco-friendly Gondwana Hotel in Noumea, the only hotel with High Environmental Quality (HQE) certification. From the New Caledonia Tourism Office, stay updated on the ... read more

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Update from the Division: February 2022

Talofa and Greetings from the Division of Sustainable Tourism (DST)! For our February Newsbeat, we are happy to share with you some initiatives from the small island nation of Tuvalu, on their journey towards sustainable tourism development. Learn about the Te Po Tefolaha and its importance for the people of Nanumea Atoll, as well as ... read more

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Tuvalu Sustainable Tourism Policy Framework

In collaboration with tourism stakeholders Tuvalu’s Department of Tourism have made a long term commitment to sustainable tourism through the development of the Tuvalu Sustainable Tourism Policy (TSTP) which will lay the foundation for further strategic development for the industry. With funding from a partnership between SPTO, UNDP and the Enhanced Integrated Framework, the initiative ... read more

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Sustainability Champion: Afelita Island Resort (Tuvalu)

As one of the most frequently visited resorts on Funafuti, Afelita Island Resort is well known for its warm hospitality and delicious local cuisine. Owners Lita and Afelee Pita are passionate about sustainability and incorporating local produce into their menu. In addition to the resort having its own piggery, it also keeps chickens, ducks and ... read more

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Towards 2030: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

The Government of Tuvalu is undertaking an ambitious domestic air services project which aims to develop domestic airstrips on all of its outer islands; Nanumea Island, Nanumaga Island, Nui Island, Vaitupu Island, Nukufetau Island and Nukulaelae Island. Working with various government departments including the Marine Section, Lands Unit, Public Work Department, Finance Department, Aviation Department ... read more

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