Sustainable development

Association seeks to expand tourism to all 81 provinces

The Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TÜRSAB) has launched its campaign with the aim of expanding tourism activities year-round to the country's 81 provinces.

"With the 'Century of Tourism' project, we set a goal of increasing our country's share of tourism even higher," said Firuz Bağlıkaya, the president of the association.

From California to Mount Olympus and Greece’s seas

Thanos Davelis caught up with Larry Notheis, the Chief Deputy Director at the California Conservation Corps, on the sidelines of the "Our Ocean" conference in Athens to look at how the California Conservation Corps model can be applied in Greece, and how these partnerships can make a difference in protecting the oceans, preventing and fighting wildfires, and more. 

Türkiye sets course for environmentally conscious tourism

In response to the global shift towards environmentally sustainable tourism practices, the Culture and Tourism Ministry is taking decisive steps to enact climate-friendly tourism development legislation.

As a part of the 2024-2028 strategic plan, initiatives are underway to bolster cultural richness and tourism while addressing the issue of climate change.

Robust foundations

The year draws to a close with Greece exhibiting two rare attributes: political stability and progress in essential reform areas. In a time of global instability, Greece stands out.

Begovic: Serbia to develop bioeconomy by building BIO4 campus

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Science, Technological Development and Innovation Jelena Begovic said on Tuesday the construction of a BIO4 campus, slated to begin at the end of December, would be very important for development of science and the bioeconomy in Serbia, and added that the Torlak Institute for Virology, Vaccines and Sera would be a part of the campus.