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Vietnam's seafood production

Devise and implement policies to promote sustainable tourism that creates jobs and promotes local culture and products.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community-Based Tourism Associations: Manage and benefit from tourism in their area sustainably.

  2. Environmental Conservation Groups: Protect and preserve the local environment, including natural attractions and wildlife, and collaborate with tourism stakeholders to ensure sustainable practices.

  3. Cultural Preservation Societies: Preserve and promote local culture and heritage may work on sustainable tourism initiatives that showcase cultural experiences.

  4. Community Development NGOs: Work on community development and may integrate sustainable tourism to improve local livelihoods.

  5. Local Business Associations: Chambers of Commerce or business associations encourage sustainable practices among local businesses, including those in the tourism sector.

  6. Eco-Friendly Accommodation Networks: Certify and promote eco-friendly accommodations, such as eco-lodges or sustainable hotels, and contribute to sustainable tourism practices.

  7. Farmers' and Artisans' Cooperatives: May engage in agrotourism or artisan tourism, providing tourists with authentic local experiences while supporting local producers.

  8. Educational Institutions and Research Centers: Local universities or research institutions may collaborate with communities to conduct research on sustainable tourism and implement best practices.

  9. Volunteer and Community Service Groups: May work on projects that align with sustainable tourism, such as community-based conservation initiatives.

  10. Tourism Advisory Committees: Focus on tourism development and work to ensure that tourism benefits the local community in a sustainable manner.

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