Due to the global pandemic crisis, we have taken the difficult, but necessary decision to temporarily suspend activities in our project ‘Keep our Sand and Sea Plastic Free’ (an initiative of Tui Care Foundation in cooperation with the Travel Foundation and CSTI) until such a time as the tourism industry shows signs of recovery.
We remain fully committed to the project, to our delivery partners and participants, and continue to work from our office on desktop activities, where we hold virtual meetings with project partners and beneficiaries as appropriate.
It is because we want the very best outcomes for everyone that we have made this decision and we thank you for your understanding and continued support.
We will resume activities as soon as possible and the duration of our project will be extended to account for lost time. Where possible, we will adapt our activities to reflect the new situation that we find ourselves operating within, and to help with a speedy recovery. In this way, we are confident that we can have an even bigger impact.
In the meantime, the Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative (CSTI) will continue to work with the tourism industry to advocate for a better, more resilient and equitable tourism economy.
Better Days are Coming!
The Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative (CSTI) conveyed a message that during these difficult times, their thoughts are with all the people in the tourism industry who are affected the most as a result of the under-tourism that we are experiencing at the moment and probably the coming months.
Address by Costas Kadis, minister of agriculture, Cyprus , on behalf of Nicos Anastasiades, president, Republic of Cyprus, at the Annual General Assembly of the Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative
The Cyprus Breakfast programme has welcomed four new members, Ascos Coral Beach Hotel in Paphos, Anmaria Beach Hotel in Ayia Napa, Silver Sands Beach Hotel in Protaras and Akamanthea Holiday Village in Polis Crysochous.
In a bid to celebrate 11 years of presence in Cyprus’ tourism sector, Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative (CSTI) organised its 11th Annual General Meeting on October 20, at Pallia Ilektriki in Paphos, under the theme Sustainable Tourism for the Present and the Future.
Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative (CSTI) is one of the eleven winners in the Mediterranean of the Beyond Plastic Med initiative (BeMed), launched by several European non-profit organisations with the aim of raising awareness of reducing plastic pollution.
CELEBRATING A DECADE OF SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS, PHILIPPOS DROUSIOTIS, CHAIRMAN, CYPRUS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM INITIATIVE (CSTI), ADDRESSED THE AUDIENCE AT THE ORGANISATION’S ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, WHICH WAS HELD UNDER THE THEME SUSTAINABILITY IS CULTURE.