How a threatened island is still attracting tourists
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How a threatened island is attracting tourists

The Solomon Islands in the South Pacific are facing difficult times. With sea levels rising, they are keen to grow the economy to help islanders cope with the changes.

Despite tropical beaches and beautiful coral reefs, the tourism industry here is much smaller than that of neighbours Fiji and Vanuatu.

So how can the islands attract more tourists?

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  • 15 Dec 2017
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