April 7, 2021

Nadroumai Women set agroforestry standard for the future

The Nadroumai Women’s Club in Western Viti Levu convened on the coral coast, last week, to celebrate a successful agroforestry project that will provide benefits for […]
April 7, 2021

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 […]
April 6, 2021

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 […]
March 5, 2021

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 […]
March 4, 2021

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 […]
February 26, 2021

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. […]
February 26, 2021

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. […]
February 19, 2021

SPTO Plastic Tourism Waste Action Initiative set to benefit 3 more Small Island States

Planning is underway for the implementation of the SPTO Pacific Tourism Waste Action Initiative (PTWAI) in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), Nauru and the […]
February 18, 2021

Vanuatu a lead partnering country in international project to prevent and reduce marine plastic litter from ships

The United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO), with the funding support of Norway, and in partnership with the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), will implement a Global Programme entitled GloLitter Partnerships (GLP) Project which aims to assist developing countries prevent and reduce marine plastic litter from the maritime transport and fisheries sectors.
February 12, 2021

Over 1000 stakeholders register interest in contributing to the Sustainable Tourism Policy Framework

In the past week over 1000 stakeholders have registered on the Solevaka platform, to contribute to the regional Sustainable Tourism Policy Framework, currently being developed by […]
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