The “Coast Project” of UNWTO proposes the development and implementation mechanism for sustainable tourism governance and management in coastal areas to increase job prosperity and incomes.
Climate change, acidification, warming and deoxygenation are the biggest threats to our ocean’s health, which are leading to coral bleaching and infact over 75 percent of the world’s reefs are already at risk. Sustainable business practices could be a solution.
A violent explosion in a residential town about one kilometer away from the Suez Canal has triggered the alert status of the Egyptian security forces who patrol the waterway.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has highlighted in a new study the effects of long-term exposures to fine particles on human health.
The European Parliament has voted to weaken European Commission legislation by allowing water pollution from pharmaceuticals to continue.
The European Commission (EC) presented a new Environment Action Plan that should phase out environmentally harmful subsidies.
According to the report by European Environment Agency (EEA), transport in Europe is the main responsible for air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
According to a report by the Corporate Europe Observatory, shale gas in not safer than coal even if oil and gas lobbies want us to believe the contrary
According to a report published by the European Environment Agency (EEA), the status of Europes’s water bodies in not good enough.
The European Commission (EC) tabled the CARS 2020 Action Plan aimed at reinforcing this industry’s competitiveness and sustainability heading towards 2020