Young Professional Development Society Nepal (YPDSN) is a nonprofit and community based organization working on professional development, youth and women empowerment, education and livelihood promotion. YPDSN aspires to improve the living conditions of poor and marginalized peoples by adopting strategies through community initiative, participation and sensitization. It is founded in 2013 and has been working among backward communities in the interior unreached pockets in the coast of Nepal.
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Tourism is the main industry to leave carbon footprints and cause of nature destruction. Natural tourist attractions are attracting the highest number of tourists around the globe.The significant effort of every travel operators to encourage tourists to practice Eco-friendly behavior is important.The natural existence of those tourist destinations relies in the hand of locals who lives there. So participation of local people in nature conservation and profit of tourism can help conserve nature.
YESTD is legal framework to support non-formal learning activities for young people. It’s aims to respond at Nepal to the needs of young people from different aspects. It has been adopted after wide consultation with the different stakeholders in the youth field. It supports the new youth policy and framework in the youth field, which outlines a cross-sectoral approach to youth issues with a view not only to creating more and equal opportunities for all young people in education and in the lab
Our goal is to make coffee production a driver of alternative ecotourism development, in an inclusive and accessible way, sustainable and friendly with the environment, with benefits to the local communities of this region.
La Ruta del Café de Costa Rica (Región Occidental) is a recognition to local people committed for keeping the cultural and historical richness. Good agricultural practices are also constant in the farms and the communities in harmony with nature.
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.
Food Made Good is an award winning programme created in 2010 by the Sustainable Restaurant Association in the UK. It helps food service businesses understand and address the sustainability challenges they face by defining sustainability, inspiring action, auditing performance and rewarding success.
Now available under licence to territories worldwide, our mission is to help more food services businesses operate more sustainably and by doing so to help create a sustainable global food system
EEG launched its Million Tree Project in 2007 as a response to UNEP’s Plant for the Planet-The Billion Tree Campaign.By 2010, EEG managed to plant over 2 million indigenous trees within the UAE.The campaign in 2018 took place on 18.12.18 under the patronage and presence of H E Engr Shkh Salem Bin Sultan Bin Saqr AlQasimi,member of the Government of Ras Al-Khaimah Executive Council and Chairman of the Department of Civil Aviation,in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah at a Sidr reserve in Ras Al Khaima
We work with ladies in the community of Maun, to create place-mats and coasters from bottle caps. Usually we use the metal bottle caps that are picked up from the local bars. The bottle caps are then covered with African cloth. The aim is to keep the environment clean as well as provide a steady flow of income to the socially disadvantaged women.
Il s’agit d’une initiative dont l’objectif est de sensibiliser la population urbaine sur les effets néfastes des émissions de Gaz à Effet de Serre (GES) consécutives à la production et à la consommation irresponsables puis l’importance de la pratique du vélo comme moyen durable pour réduire la consommation des énergies polluantes entraînant les émissions et les gaz émis par les véhicules et engins.
Tourism can contribute directly to the conservation of sensitive areas and habitats through a variety of activities, however, tourism can also negatively impact biodiversity if land and resources are excessively exploited. Therefore, biodiversity conservation and nature protection is one of the priorities tourism stakeholders must care about. Particularly, government intervention and the roles of public institutions in sustainable development and management in wildlife tourism are significant.
Uganda’s Second National Development Plan (NDP II) identifies tourism as a pillar of economic growth. Uganda’s rich natural heritage provides an opportunity to promote sustainable tourism linked to wildlife watching tourism. The National Tourism Sector Strategic Plan 2015/16 – 2019/20 indicates the lack of reliable, timely and accurate tourism data as a challenge. The project aims to fill in this gap with data innovation and big data.
"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.
'My Fiji Shark' is a collaborative venture between Beqa Adventure Divers 'BAD';
the United Nations Development Programme 'UNDP' & the South Pacific Tourism Organization 'SPTO' who have created this project in order to achieve the shark research, management and conservation goals they all share.
This project aims to increase the competitiveness of forest
communities and small producers of cocoa, coffee, rambutan,
and timber products; it contributes directly to the national-level efforts aimed at achieving the Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs), particularly those related to the national framework and strategy to advance SDG-12: Responsible Production and Consumption.