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    EU food chemicals cause cancer

    EU food chemicals cause cancer

    The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), acrylamide in food potentially increases the risk of cancer and has hazardous effects on the nervous system.

    Waste, EU Commission starts reforms

    Waste, EU Commission starts reforms

    EEB welcomes the waste policy proposals published by the European Commission which set bold targets for recycling in Europe

    EU, environmentalists against plastic bags

    EU, environmentalists against plastic bags

    On the fifth edition of International Plastic Bag-Free Day, EU and environmentalists fight against single use plastic bags

    The Climate Change 2014 report

    The Climate Change 2014 report

    The Climate Change 2014 report notes that future risks depend on the amount of future climate change. Increasing warming increase the likelihood of pervasive and irreversible impacts

    World Water Development Report 2014

    World Water Development Report 2014

    The WWDR 2014 is a status report on global freshwater resources stressing the need for policies and regulatory frameworks to recognise and integrate approaches to water and energy

    Sustainable tourism in coastal areas

    Sustainable tourism in coastal areas

    The “Coast Project” of UNWTO proposes development and implementation mechanisms for sustainable tourism governance and management in coastal areas

    Fitur Green for sustainable tourism

    Fitur Green for sustainable tourism

    FITUR Green aims to bring innovation in sustainability to the tourism sector in order to enhance the competitiveness of businesses and destinations

    Eco-tourism helps island’s growth

    Eco-tourism helps island’s growth

    The United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has focused on the development of a sustainable n the Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

    The U.N. lets eco-tourism begin

    The U.N. lets eco-tourism begin

    The first UNWTO Conference on Spiritual Tourism for Sustainable Development has focused on ways in which tourism can respect the environmental sustainability

    Promoting eco-tourism on the Silk Road

    Promoting eco-tourism on the Silk Road

    The World Tourism Organization documents the The Silk Road Program, an initiative to enhance sustainable tourism development along the historic Silk Road route

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