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Heritage organisations across the globe have united with the arts and creative sectors to launch a Global Call to Action urging the UN Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC) to include culture in climate policy. Artists and culture and heritage voices worldwide are encouraged to sign on ahead of COP28 UN Climate Conference.
(Re)Thinking about the commons, acting together to protect them, the high-level segment of UNESCO's General Conference will take place on Thursday, November 9, 2023. The high-level segment will focus on how the commons should be thought of and protected in the context of the major disruptions the world is currently experiencing, with a particular emphasis on climate disruption and digital transformation.
There is a growing concern amongst the Fijian indigenous communities about the impact of climate-forced relocation on culture, heritage and traditions. The Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs, Pita Tagicakirewa, says they have identified this as an issue following the relocation of six indigenous communities over the past 10 years.
Now is the time for a global plan to rescue the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which are woefully off-track halfway towards their 2030 deadline, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Monday in New York.
La Dirección Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural organizó dos talleres conjuntamente con la oficina regional de UNESCO en Costa Rica: uno en Joya de de Cerén y otro en el Palacio Nacional.
By charging daytrippers to visit on peak travel days, the city hopes to combat overtourism