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The first-of-its-kind UN Food Systems Summit brought together millions of people from all around the world – both in person and virtually – ready to take action to transform our food systems. And as we look ahead to 2022, Secretary-General António...

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This new report provides an assessment of how ecolabels covering electronic products currently address chemicals of concern and discusses the main challenges that labelling programmes currently face in this regard.

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Interview with Xenia zu Hohenlohe, Co-founder of Considerate Group, on the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative The Considerate Group consults hospitality businesses and hotels on how to integrate sustainability into their operations at all levels...

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Interview with Gabriel Tan, Guava Amenities, on the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative. GUAVA Amenities has been specialising in holistic guest amenities since 2004. GUAVA collaborates with global and regional hospitality groups in more than 25...

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Interview with Christian de Boer, Managing Director of Jaya House Hotels Siem Reap, Cambodia, on the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative. Located alongside the Siem Reap River in Cambodia, Jaya House River Park is a small hotel with 36 rooms, two...

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The first newsletter reporting on progress implementing the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism was released in December 2021.

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For summarizing experiences and exploring GPP contribution for climate change, “The International Symposium on Green Public Procurement under Carbon Neutrality Vision & 15th Anniversary of Government Procurement of Environmental Labelling Products”...

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Evolving proposals for post-2020 global biodiversity framework target(s) to transform our food systems and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 issued by participants of three online exchanges, including Parties to the CBD, practitioners, scientists and...

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Over the past few months, the One Planet network Consumer Information Programme has organised three specific trainings to help different actors improve their communication around product sustainability claims