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COP24: eco-union participation at UfM Side Event

By | Blue Economy, Energy and Climate Change, Green Economy, News | No Comments

The Secretariat of the Union for the Mediterranean organizes the side event “Enhancing climate finance access in the Mediterranean region – Presentation of the UfM Climate Finance Study” that will take place on Wednesday 12 December 2018 at the Turkish Pavilion. eco-union will participate as a speaker in the conference “International Perspectives on Climate Finance: Public, Private and National/Subnational perspectives”….

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The Blue eco forum 2018 gathers experts from different areas to reflect on the sustainability of coastal-maritime tourism

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  State and Autonomous Communities institutional representatives, together with experts from different disciplines discuss the role of Maritime Spatial Planning and Integrated Coastal Management as tools for tourism sustainability governance. They highlight the importance of integrating coastal-maritime planning and introducing ecosystem carrying capacity to manage recreational uses of the sea and maritime tourism transport. Barcelona, 16th November 2018 – The…

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Published the report “The integration of sustainability in tourism policies of major European cities”

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Sustainable tourism in Europe’s major cities is not a priority on the political agenda, despite a decade of massive urban tourism growth. This is the result of a report developed by the NGO eco-union which has analyzed the tourism policies of 11 major urban destinations in Europe. The growth of tourism remains the main priority for most cities such as…

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