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USC signs agreement with Cambodia on eco-tourism

The University of the Sunshine Coast has signed an agreement with the Kingdom of Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism to help establish tourism educational institutions and plan strategic policies for sustainable tourism. “There is big potential for USC, short and long-term, with this project which may involve tourism master planning for the entire coast of Cambodia,” said USC Associate Professor in Heritage Resource Management Bill Carter. Carter, who is associate director of USC’s Sustainability Research Centre, and USC lecturer in tourism Dr Gayle Mayes recently returned from a research trip to Cambodia.

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