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9th Special Session of the Governing Council /
Global Ministerial Environment Forum
7 - 9 February 2006, Dubai, UAE
 
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The Energy Branch addresses the environmental consequences of energy production and use, such as global climate change and local air pollution. The Branch aims to promote policies that place energy and transport within a broader sustainable development context, and to steer project developers and the investment community towards greater engagement in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors. More>>

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Tour Operators' Initiative for Sustainable Tourism Development
A group of tour operators from different parts of the world have joined forces to create the Tour Operators' Initiative for Sustainable Tourism Development. With this Initiative, tour operators are moving towards sustainable tourism by committing themselves to the concepts of sustainable development as the core of their business activity and to work together through common activities to promote and disseminate methods and practices compatible with sustainable development.

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