Certified Wildlife Friendly™ Tourism is defined as “travel that maximizes opportunities for travelers, communities, and businesses to not only engage tourists as partners in conservation but to advance the on-the-ground conservation of Key Species while minimizing negative impacts of tourists and tourism infrastructure on wildlife.” Wildlife Friendly™ Tourism and related WFEN tourism initiatives are first-of-their-kind programs to promote species conservation through the tourism sector.
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The Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network implements Certified Wildlife Friendly™ certification for products across a variety of sectors, including agriculture and livestock, non-timber forest products, and handicrafts. The program is based on the best available science and is implemented globally to assist producers in maximizing wildlife conservation outcomes, while helping products reach new markets, and assisting consumers in making truly Wildlife Friendly™ purchases.
The GDS-Index is the world’s leading benchmarking and performance improvement program for business tourism destinations. It is a collaborative partnership between ICCA, ICCA’s Scandinavian Chapter, IMEX, ECM and MCI Group.
It offer training, tools, and a knowledge community to Destination Management Organisations and Convention Bureaus with the purpose to engage, inspire and enable destinations to become more sustainable places to visit, meet and thrive in. Its focus is on SDGs 9, 11, 12, & 17.
NATH, Inc. have created a Page/ Blog to practice sustainable destination promotion for Myanmar it's called " Destino Myanmar". To create awareness for visitors from other countries to visit Myanmar as a new destination.
Our objective is to share and discuss how to travel in Myanmar only. This help Myanmar to receive more inbound international tourist . It boost opportunities to local businesses to grow and practice better standard for the future.
Best part of this project , the services which we provide is free of charges to the public. Hence more people communicate and send their inquires, rather than going to a travel agencies or tour operators.
The Soil-Silo-Smart Planter creates a secure plant production habitat for degraded field conditions, land use conversion or urban vertical advantages.
Our two-hour workshop transfers a hands-on craftwork and a lifelong opportunity in capacity building, materials use and plant diversity opportunity.
We provide an accessable means of participation as a simplified and efficient format that widens the participation value for all ages and abilities while delivering a food secure environment.
The UNESCO Chair on Education for Sustainable Lifestyles promotes an integrated system of research, training, information and documentation on education for sustainable lifestyles. It facilitates collaboration between high-level, internationally recognized researchers and teaching staff working on education for sustainable lifestyles from around the world.
At Järvavecka, a political event in Stockholm, Sweden, held yearly in June, we launched the Swedish language Good Life Goals. We promoted them by talking to individuals visiting this event as well as companies and organisations. Good Life Goals cards were distributed.
The Floriculture Sustainability Initiative (FSI) is a multi-stakeholder initiative that brings together members of the international floriculture supply-chain. FSI members collaborate to improve practices and drive positive change in the sustainable production and trade of flowers and plants. A total of 14 international voluntary sustainable standards and schemes make up the FSI Basket.
This research project aims to scrutinize the current system of monitoring the sustainable development in Ukraine and to improve its consistency with the globally and regionally (EU) practiced ones in order to clarify the geospatial patterns across the country based on the international and national benchmarking. The project pursues academic and educational goals of the Regional Studies and Tourism Chair of the Geography Faculty of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.
Strengthening Chemical in Product campaign towards effective SAICM Implementation in the Philippines
The EcoWaste Coalition, with support from IPEN’s Chemicals in Products Program, conducted an investigation on the availability of toys containing hazardous chemicals that are sold in the Philippines. The study was prompted by the group’s continuing concern over the sale of toys that have not passed quality and safety standards, including toys laden with toxic metals, phthalates and flame retardants. The study was also spurred by government-issued directives banning lead in toys and other child
International Forum "U.S. - E.U.: Environmental Law Colloquium", Center for American Studies of Rome - May 30, 2019
The “U.S.–E.U.: Environmental Law Colloquium” aims to encourage participation and collaboration between American and European Scholars on a regular basis, to share the progress of our researches and to launch new initiatives and projects for the implementation of the environmental policies.
Dr. Giovanni Antonelli Ph.D.
Prof. M.V. Ferroni
Prof. F. Giglioni
The Consumer Information Programme and the Sustainable Lifestyles & Education Programme of the One Planet Network are teaming together to host a session at the World Resources Forum on circular economy. The title of the session is: Sustainable lifestyles - key in the transition towards circular economy.
"Sustainable Tourism is Possible" is an initiative contributing to the Sustainable Tourism Program of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), within the wider 10 Year Framework of Programme, Global Action for Sustainable Consumption and Production, of the United Nations (UN).
The purpose of this contest is to promote multidisciplinary works to generate ideas that endorse the development of sustainable tourism practices in three areas of the state of Guanajuato, Mexico.