Secretary-General António Guterres today stressed the importance of partnership between the United Nations and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in achieving global development goals and combating some of today’s key threats to peace and security, such as terrorism.
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Countries agree on decisive and urgent actions to restore marine world to health as Ocean Conference concludes (Press release)
Universal agreement on need for measures to reverse ocean deterioration
UN-Nippon Foundation partnership launches new programme to train ocean professionals in developing countries (Press release)
The United Nations, through the Office of Legal Affairs, Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, and the Nippon Foundation have announced a new UN-Nippon Foundation “Sustainable Ocean Programme” to train ocean professionals from developing countries. This announcement was made by the Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and United Nations Legal Counsel, Mr. […]
Interview with Eric Ricaurte, Founder of Greenview, about the role of data and benchmarking in mainstreaming sustainability in the hospitality sector.
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The reason for these ‘accidents’, neglect and lack of duty of care for elephants or their mahouts is often simple. It’s an issue of profit for those running elephant camps.
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The project aims to buy a small boutique hotel or ecolodge in a culturally unique region of the world and partner with an experienced local helping qualified hospitality owners to bring the world authentic and unique travel experiences.
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Over the last 10 years, an industrial-scale killing of endangered animals has become a multi-billion-dollar criminal industry, making wildlife trafficking the fourth largest transnational crime, according to the USWTA.
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