Society for Sustainable Tourism & Development Inc.

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Welcome!

The Society for Sustainable Tourism & Development, Inc. (SSTDI) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization providing training and capacity building  for public and private stakeholders to attain excellence in sustainable tourism and development, environmental conservation and stewardship. The Objective is to help destination host communities and the tourism industry mitigate climate change, espouse social equity and responsibility as well as economic growth. The approach is to implement green solutions to global issues with policies to practices, for grassroots growth underlining cultural, community and ecological legacy.

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UNWTO Multi-Advisory Committee (MAC) Partner for Asian Ecotourism Network

Our Society for Sustainable Tourism & Development Inc.-SSTDI offers Capacity Building, Educational programs and Green Solutions and Services for public stakeholders: Destinations – LGUs and host communities; private stakeholders – resorts, hospitality, tour operators and businesses with Global Sustainable Tourism Council standards. Training programs and  solutions include Environmental Conservation and ComplianceGood Governance, Climate Resilience, to address global challenges of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): food security, poverty alleviation, environmental sustainability and climate resilience. Waste water (P.T. Amanaid Philippines) and Waste to Energy (W2E) Solutions as well as other green innovations are now offered to LGUs and tourism industry for law compliance.

For more information and assistance, contact us.

SSTDI is proud to be part of the Founding Board of the ASIAN ECOTOURISM NETWORK. Join our network!  

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  1. Diego Ojano Franco

    I am from the town of Buruanga in the Province of Aklan, the Philippines. This town is slowly awakening to the prospect of tourism development with its share of abundant natural resources and proximity to Boracay Island which is 30-minutes away by motorboat, I am learning much from SSTDI and look forward to sharing the initiatives your organization is undertaking in our community and local government. Thank you.

  2. I am media person from Kathmandu , Nepal. Looking forward to work and affiliated with SSTDI to contribute to fulfill the goals stated in the vision and mission of this prestigious organization.

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