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Non Toxic 2023 – Ocean Safe Suncream Conference to be held in The Seychelles

Tourism Seychelles is partnering with leading Green Resort* – STORY Seychelles & Global Leading non-toxic suncare brand People4Ocean to host the first conference for resorts and retailers on this huge global issue.

Announced at this years World Travel Market London Tourism Seychelles and partners STORY Seychelles and People4Ocean (BluePlanet Trading LTD) will be hosting a conference for both resorts and retailers to attend in person or virtually in March 2023, the location will be STORY Seychelles with speakers from around the world all leading experts in this subject of both the chemical makeup of products, the misleading labeling issues of products claiming ocean safe credentials and the damage those products do to the marine life around resorts.

The conference will be open to all resorts and retailers to attend from across the Indian Ocean region not just the Seychelles in a virtual capacity with a core goal of education of the market and help and advice on how to improve guest offerings to in turn reduce the human impact on the resorts marine ecosystem, plus reducing plastic waste by looking at compostable and biodegradable options as opposed to recycled options which as we all know most islands nations don’t have the infrastructure to recycle bottles on mass.

Already Taking Action Leading Resorts & P4O 
Already chosen by 10 of the leading green resorts in the Seychelles now, including global leaders in luxury such as Six Senses, North Island, STORY Seychelles, Raffles and Maia all with reputations of leading the way in the fight to reduce their impact on their local environment as well as a desire to be 100% sustainable in all their practices, now adding to that the global leading non water polluting sunscreen brand People4Ocean to their guest offering, thus offering all guests the opportunity to try and buy these amazing products first hand that not only fully protect all marine life but offer the user award winning sun protection and a spa grade experience.

People4Ocean long heralded as the leading voice in the industry fighting the issue of toxic creams and the damage they are doing to our most endangered marine habitats says it welcomes the partnership with the resorts in the Seychelles to offer their guests a chance to try the products and make a choice to fully protect the marine life in the Seychelles.

The Global problem, not many are aware that just 13% of the world’s oceans remain untouched by the damaging impacts of humanity, the first systematic analysis has revealed. Outside the remotest areas of the Pacific and the poles, virtually no ocean is left harboring naturally high levels of marine wildlife. Huge fishing fleets, global shipping and pollution running off the land are combining with climate change to degrade the oceans, the researchers found.

Furthermore, just 5% of the remaining ocean wilderness is within existing marine protection areas. “We were astonished by just how little marine wilderness remains,” says Kendall Jones, at the University of Queensland, Australia, and the Wildlife Conservation Society, who led the new research. “The ocean is immense, covering over 70% of our planet, but we’ve managed to significantly impact almost all of this vast ecosystem. 

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Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales. She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.

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