Niue To Become World’s First Country For A Dark Sky Place14/03/2020
Niue is a small but a beautiful country in the Oceania continent of Pacific sea. The Pacific island of Niue is set to become the world’s first country of an International Dark Sky Place.
The country will now provide protection of its for sky, sea, and land. In the nearer future, visitors will visit Niue mostly to enjoy its Dark Sky Place.
As, the country has received formal accreditation from the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) as an International Dark Sky Sanctuary and International Dark Sky Community .
Adam Dalton, International Dark Sky Places Program Manager states, “Following a rigorous application and approval process I would like to formally congratulate Niue on becoming the newest addition to IDA’s International Dark Sky Places Program”.
Niue has marine reservation area which encompasses 40% of Niue’s exclusive economic zone. Also, the Huvalu Forest Conservation Area which contains some of the most threatened flora and fauna in the world.
However, since Niue has become as part of the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) agreement it will provide utmost protection for for its sky, land, and sea.
Also, the newly signed accordance with IDA will is set to provide a significant economic opportunity for the small Pacific island with a growing global interest in Astro-tourism.
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Most Important Facts About Niue
Niue is a very tiny country in the Pacific Ocean. The country has a small population of 1,500.
The country lies within other Pacific countries in the Oceania continent Tonga, Samoa, and the Cook Islands. It is just 2400km northeast of New Zealand.
There is a most common fact you must know about Niue. The country is a famous place for star navigation. Niueans have a long history of star navigation and a life regulated by lunar cycles and star positions.
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