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Sustainable development is a pattern of resource use which simultaneously preserves the environment so that human needs can be met for future generations. EarthCheck is the only global benchmarking system and certification focused on strengthening the travel and tourism industry’s sustainability. EarthCheck provides a certification that responds directly to major environmental problems facing the planet, including the greenhouse effect, over-use of freshwater resources, destruction of biodiversity, production of solid and biological waste and social issues.
Due to our consistent endeavours in sustaining our environment and ecosystem, Le Bora Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa has been awarded with the EarthCheck Benchmarked certification - Bronze 2011. This resort has been recognized for its Energy Consumption, Water Consumption, Water Saving, Waste recycling, Community Commitment and Cleaning Products practices. The property was also noted for its use of optional Operation Selected and Operation Specified Indicators, which according to the advisory board, "further demonstrates a very positive commitment to protecting the environment and furthering staff development". The resort ongoing sustainable practices include To'A Nui (the preservation of coral nurseries and their marine life) and purchasing fish directly from local fishermen, who use small-scale sustainable methods. In addition, the property will soon begin donating a portion of its proceeds to ecological initiatives, including an anti-jet lag treatment with carbon offsets and a marine conservation treatment. www.earthcheck.org
Reef CheckA report has been made last May/June 2009 about the general comments on the evolution over time of substrates and of animal populations - Motu Haapiti - June 2009. If you wish to know further details, you can click here :images/uploads/file/MOTU HAAPITI GB.ppt