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UNWTO will work with the WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) to strengthen ties between tourism and public health in Europe’s smallest states.
Threatened by global challenges ranging from climate change to recovery from crisis, the World Monuments Fund has released its bi-annual watch list of important heritage sites in need of preservation.
2022 is well underway and consumers are ready to set out on their next adventure… if they haven’t already. Based on Trip.com Group and...
Manual to Measuring and Monitoring Resource Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Hotel and Conference Sector is aiming to support tourism businesses to measure and improve the performance of their business in resource efficiency and GHG emissions.
UNWTO is supporting communities as they prepare to welcome visitors back and realise the potential of tourism to kickstart recovery and drive sustainable and inclusive growth.
The Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Zurab Pololikashvili has joined the Minister of Tourism of Italy Massimo Garavaglia to officially launch the first Global Youth Tourism Summit.
The Green Destinations Top 100 Stories 2022 list was unveiled during Green Destinations Conference in Athens