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How the Viking wind farm could rewrite energy on the Shetland Islands

Thousands of years have passed since the first people started life on the Shetland Islands. For much of that time, residents have enjoyed a level of s...

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Struttura observatory agosto 2020

A new GTI Observatory structure to better deepen the most innovative topics on island circular economy

First task forces on storage, solar-desalination and sustainable tourism for island resorts among others To coordinate the growing number of GTI Obser...

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Bahamas Tourism Launches “The Islands of The Bahamas” Mobile App

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation’s new, free mobile app provides an easy to use resource and tool for consumers planning a visit to The ...

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Seychelles Promotes Safe Travel in an Effort to Restart Tourism

As the world shifts into a new era where health and safety has become the highest priority, the Seychelles Islands takes steps to ensure these essenti...

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Anguilla Wins Best Island in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas

Travel + Leisure 2020 World’s Best Awards Fourth Consecutive Year in a Row The Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) is pleased to announce that for the fourth...

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26 June 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz: Wind turbines are located in the Baltic Sea between the islands of R??gen and Bornholm (Denmark). The wind farm, about 35 kilometers northeast of R??gen, has a capacity of 385 megawatts, which is mathematically sufficient to supply 400,000 households. According to the client E.ON, the wind farm with 60 turbines was built in the record time of 14 months. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB (Photo by Patrick Pleul/picture alliance via Getty Images)

Ocean investment could aid post-Covid-19 economic recovery

By Hazel Pfeifer, CNN (CNN)Every dollar invested in a sustainable ocean economy can yield at least five times the return in benefits, according to a...

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The Cook Islands tourism industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. The destination is popular with New Zealand holidaymakers. Photograph: Photo by Stas Kulesh/Getty Images

New Zealand and Cook Islands work on ‘travel bridge’ to beat tourism slump

Cook Islands’ deputy prime minister says archipelago ready to accept tourists next week but Ardern says no dates have been set New Zealand’s first tra...

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How Solomon Islands see the future of Tourism?

Tourism Solomons in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture & Tourism has begun the process of initiating what CEO, Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto’ descri...

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Menorca’s Strategic Guidelines on energy (DEM-e), the guide document to decarbonise Menorca’s energy system

What are the Strategic Guidelines for Menorca? The Strategic Guidelines for Menorca (Directrices Estratégicas de Menorca, DEM) are a new initiative by...

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Global Tourism Players Must Prepare to Meet the Needs of “Gen-C Travelers”

The post-COVID generation Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says global tourism players must prepare to meet the new demands of the Gen-...

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