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Can Singapore become a hub for sustainable cruise ships?

Making cruise ships more environmentally friendly could help attract tourists interested in eco-friendly holidays.






Making cruise ships more environmentally friendly could help attract tourists interested in eco-friendly holidays.

With Singapore setting its own sustainability tourism goals under Singapore Green Plan 2030, it’s been suggested that its port - which currently accounts for one third of the world’s cruises - could become a hub for such sustainability seekers.

“By collaborating with companies with the best sustainability practices, it provides us with an opportunity to learn and better position Singapore as a top sustainable destination,” said Ngee Ann Polytechnic senior lecturer Michael Chiam, speaking to Channel News Asia.

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Can Singapore become a hub for sustainable cruise ships?

Making cruise ships more environmentally friendly could help attract tourists interested in eco-friendly holidays.






Making cruise ships more environmentally friendly could help attract tourists interested in eco-friendly holidays.

With Singapore setting its own sustainability tourism goals under Singapore Green Plan 2030, it’s been suggested that its port - which currently accounts for one third of the world’s cruises - could become a hub for such sustainability seekers.

“By collaborating with companies with the best sustainability practices, it provides us with an opportunity to learn and better position Singapore as a top sustainable destination,” said Ngee Ann Polytechnic senior lecturer Michael Chiam, speaking to Channel News Asia.

More here


 



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