The Summit, the first of its kind in North-East Asia, is designed to encourage new strategic approaches to the challenge of a growing tourism sector and its impact on urban destinations, through sharing of innovative ideas and experiences.
Speed Dating with the Clean Pacific Roundtable 2018
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The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) in partnership with the Fiji Department of Heritage & Arts delivered a training workshop in Levuka, Ovalau last week focused on increasing community livelihood opportunities through sustainable tourism.
UNITAR’s Affiliated International Training Center for Authorities and Leaders in Jeju (CIFAL Jeju) convened a workshop, titled Cultural Development for Sustainable Island Tourism in the Asia-Pacific region, in Jeju from 29 May to 1 June.
The tourism sector in the EU is estimated to generate more than 10% of the EU GDP and approximately 12% of all jobs, many of which are within SMEs (European Commission, 2010). Tourism has proved resilient in these last decades, with the EU28 hosting 478 million international tourists in 2015, a notable increase from the 331 million in 2000 (UN World Tourism Organisation, 2016).