Sustainable Practices

October 12, 2018

Sustainable tourism on a little coral cay

In the deep blue Fijian waters of the Lomaiviti archipelago, there sits the coral cay that is Leleuvia Island Resort, a 68,000 square metre islet that is adopting and implementing sustainable tourism practices because they understand that acting locally impacts globally.
October 11, 2018

My Fiji Shark – A Conservation Initiative

'My Fiji Shark' is a collaborative venture between Beqa Adventure Divers 'BAD'; the United Nations Development Programme 'UNDP' & the South Pacific Tourism Organization  'SPTO'  who have created this project in order to achieve the shark research, management and conservation goals they all share.
September 24, 2018

Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting has not generally been given the attention it deserves. It has often been looked upon as a technology of last resort, to be used only when no other alternatives exist, such as on some of the Pacific low-lying islands lacking fresh surface water or groundwater.
September 24, 2018

Rainwater Harvesting Project Ends Years of Water Shortage

Community members of Korobebe in Fiji’s Western Division can now access clean and safe drinking water within the comfort of their own homes following the launch of their Rainwater Harvesting Project.
September 24, 2018

Supporting Local Economies

No matter the destination, it is encouraged to purchase local goods and avoid the consumption of mass-produced items.
September 24, 2018

Green Energy

In response to the global epidemic and consequences associated with climate change, numerous Pacific Island Countries (PIC) have taken it upon themselves to convert to green energy.
September 24, 2018

Reducing Plastic Waste Consumption

Waste is an economic as well as environmental problem in the South Pacific. Republic of the Marshall Islands are a leading example in the global effort to reduce the amount of plastic waste and carbon emissions with their Styrofoam and Plastic Products Act 2016.
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