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What does STD stand for?

STD stands for Sustainable Tourism Development (various locations)

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With this backdrop, the International Conference on Religious Heritage and Tourism explored the main challenges and best practices for sustainable tourism development at religious sites in the city of Elche, Spain, home to the Mystery Play of Elx, the last living testimony of European religious theatre of the Middle Ages and declared a Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
The Rural Tourism Studio is a robust training program designed to assist rural communities in sustainable tourism development with the focus of increasing high-value, authentic experiences for travelers; thereby strengthening Oregon's position as a premier North American tourism destination.
In the sustainable tourism development project carried out by UNIDO Italian and Slovenian experience is used to develop tourism clusters in order to raise the quality of the tourism offer in Ohrid and the region of Tikves.
Elaf Group remains committed to offering the best hospitality services according to international best practices, to support the efforts of the Saudi General Authority for Tourism and Antiquities and achieve the goals of sustainable tourism development, while also boost Saudi Arabia's status on the world tourism map.
In signing this commitment, the major tourism private sector stakeholders in Bahrain pledge to uphold and implement the values of responsible and sustainable tourism development championed by the GCET.
Chiranjeevi, who inaugurated United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Conference on sustainable tourism development at Hyderabad, said that in the coming years, the Asia and Pacific regions with their vast range of destinations and products can achieve higher growth in tourism by developing synergy to promote tourism products and destinations jointly.