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Recent studies have led to a global push for more reef-safe sunscreens. Credit: Chip Litherland for The New York Times

On May 1, Hawaii became the first state to pass a bill banning the sale of sunscreen containing chemicals believed to harm coral reefs.

The legislation prohibits the distribution of sunscreens containing the chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate that scientists have foundcontributes to coral bleaching when washed off in the ocean. The Hawaii sunscreen bill now awaits the signature of the governor. The new rules will go into effect Jan. 1, 2021.

An estimated 14,000 tons of sunscreen is believed to be deposited in oceans annually with the greatest damage found in popular reef areas in Hawaii and the Caribbean.

Read the full article here.

By Elaine Glusac for The New York Times.

 

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This report proposes a model and survey instrument for assessing a destination’s competitiveness in the tourism market. The conceptualisation work and instrument, called the Destination Competitiveness Inventory (DCI), were derived as a result of field trips to Singapore, Japan and China to assess the competitiveness of Australia as  a holiday destination from those three origin markets.

by Roger March

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Marketing-Oriented Tool to Assess Destination Competitiveness

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