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International Media Highlights Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort as Future of Climate-safe Travel

Oxford Business Group just asked, “How can the tourism industry achieve net zero?” The answer, it reveals, is to follow such trailblazers as Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, Aruba. “Various resorts and hotels have already taken significant steps towards decarbonization. In 2018 the Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort in Aruba became the first resort in Continue reading "%s"
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Aruba Introduces Recycling Stations to Beaches Across the Island

A local organization of Aruba, Plastic Beach Party, has partnered with the Aruba Tourism Authority to launch an exciting pilot project. The environmentally friendly project includes 10 recycling stations built and maintained by Plastic Beach Party, and sponsored by ATA. The recycling stations will be located at various beaches across the island. The first station Continue reading "%s"
Ewald Biemans, owner/CEO of Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, Aruba, signs the Glasgow Declaration for Climate Action in along with Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary- General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Aruba’s Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aligns at UN’s COP26 with Global Leaders to Sign the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort announces today that it has become a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26). Owner/CEO Ewald Biemans was invited to join global hospitality leaders and Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), in signing the Declaration Continue reading "%s"
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Ewald Biemans of Bucuti & Tara to be honored at the United Nations Climate Conference ‘COP26′ in Glasgow, Scotland

More than 100 political world leaders, Queen Elizabeth and tens of thousands of negotiators, government representatives, businesses and citizens will be in attendance at COP26 for 12 days of climate discussions and negotiations, deemed the world’s most significant summit to date on climate change. Aruba in the Global Spotlight Being the only hotel certified Carbon Continue reading "%s"

Enthusiastic Aruban Turnout for World Cleanup Day 2021

Aruba was one of 180 countries participating in World Cleanup Day on Saturday with more than 60 volunteers led by Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort in partnership with Arikok National Park. The leadership of Arikok National Park and Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort invited local educational groups, including the International School of Aruba, the University Continue reading "%s"
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Fortune Spotlight Bucuti & Tara, Ewald Biemans as Sustainability Success Resource

This week, globally recognized business media outlet, Fortune, featured its climate change article series, The Path to Zero, on Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort. The international media outlet held an extensive interview with Owner/CEO Ewald Biemans where writer Kristin Majcher sought his business intelligence in meticulously creating a responsible travel experience. The article, “How eco-travelers Continue reading "%s"
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One of the Top 10 Romantic Hotels in the World is in Aruba

For the third straight year, guests worldwide have once again crowned Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort as one of the Top 10 Hotels for Romance in the World according to Tripadvisor. The world’s largest travel review site unveiled its Best of the Best Traveler’s Choice Awards 2021 this week. With 98% of its Tripadvisor reviews Continue reading "%s"
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Bucuti & Tara Proudly Hosts Green Technology Experts

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is the proud host of the German delegation of engineers, architects, and other experts on sustainability solutions who were in Aruba to present at the German Green Technology Conference 2021, Smart Buildings for Sustainable Caribbean Islands. Distinguished speakers and experts gathered on the island on March 24th to discuss the Continue reading "%s"
Island(ers) at the Helm group at the National Archaeological Museum Aruba.

Island(er)s at the Helm awarded with funding from the NWO Caribbean Research programme

On January 7th Minister van Engelshoven of Education, Culture and Science of The Netherlands announced that the project Island(er)s at the Helm: Co-creating sustainable and inclusive solutions for social adaptation to climate challenges in the (Dutch) Caribbean is one of two projects awarded with funding from the NWO Caribbean Research programme.  The Island(er)s at the Continue reading "%s"