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Café del Mar presents an evening with Sandra Sully & Mikey Robbins Proudly supporting the Multiple Sclerosis Limited

Café del Mar is proud to support the Multiple Sclerosis Limited, Australia on Wednesday 24 May with a special fundraising event. … Continue Reading

Connect to Nature for World Environment Day with Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts

The theme for World Environment Day 2017 is ‘Connecting People to Nature – in the city and on the land, from the poles to the equator’. … Continue Reading

Sustainable for Centuries – Ayurveda

The term Ayurveda originates in Sanskrit and combines the two words life “Ayur” and science “Veda.” By definition, Ayurveda teachings are about preserving the health of the well and treating the sick. Ayurveda utilizes centuries-old experiences and make them usable for people until today. … Continue Reading

Centara Hotels & Resorts in Krabi joined forces to donate financial supports and host lunch for students at Krabi’s Special Education Centre Under the “Centara Care” initiatives

Management executives and staff members of three Centara resorts located in Thailand’s Southern Province of Krabi, led by Darren Shaw, General Manager of Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Krabi; George Kenton, General Manager of Centara Anda Dhevi Resort & Spa Krabi, as well as Chalermrat Khumsawad, General Manager of Centra by Centara Phu Pano Resort Krabi, joined together to offer financial support and necessities for Krabi’s Special Education Centre. … Continue Reading

Queenstown AccorHotels dig deep with local schoolchildren to plant native trees

Staff from Queenstown’s four AccorHotels properties will dig deep and get their hands dirty next week, helping local schoolchildren plant ‘Trees for Survival’. … Continue Reading

AccorHotels’ green-thumbed employees plant 1,000 trees with Greening Australia

Sixty AccorHotels’ employees spent Wednesday 5th April 2017, away from hotel life actively helping to regenerate Australia’s local ecosystems. … Continue Reading

Cruising To Play a Key Part in Queensland Tourism’s Recovery Post Cyclone Debbie

Carnival Australia Executive Chairman Ann Sherry today pledged that cruising would play a significant part in Queensland’s economic recovery from Cyclone Debbie’s onslaught. … Continue Reading

UN Statistical Commission encourages Statistical Framework for Measuring Sustainable Tourism

Overwhelming appreciation was expressed to the work of the UNWTO Committee on Statistics and TSA and the Working Group of Experts on Measuring Sustainable Tourism, which is leading the development of the new framework. … Continue Reading

Qatar Airways Supports World Autism Awareness Day With A Variety Of Employee Activities Throughout April

To mark World Autism Awareness Day on 2 April and support the UN World Autism Awareness campaign, Qatar Airways has partnered with Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) to offer a programme of activities to employees of the national carrier during the month of April. The activities are designed to increase awareness and deepen the airline’s employees’ understanding of those with autism.

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MSC Cruises Surpasses €6.5 Million Raised In Partnership With UNICEF

MSC Cruises S.A., — the world’s largest privately-owned cruise line and market leader in Europe, South America and South Africa — has announced today that it has raised more than €6.5 million (approx. $6.9 million) to-date for UNICEF, thanks to the generous contributions of its guests. … Continue Reading

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