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Bohahlauli bo ka thusa ketsong ea lefats'e mabapi le phetoho ea maemo a leholimo le bofuma

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Bali, Indonesia, 13 December 2007 (TVLW) - Mongoli-Kakaretso oa Mokhatlo oa Lefatše oa Bohahlauli, Francesco Frangialli, ha a bua le Seboka sa Machaba a Kopaneng sa Phetoho ea Tlelaemete, se ile sa itlama lekala ka lebaka le tloaelehileng la karabelo ea phetoho ea maemo a leholimo, a le hokahanya haufi-ufi le ntoa khahlanong le bofuma. .

Bali, Indonesia, 13 December 2007 (TVLW) - Mongoli-Kakaretso oa Mokhatlo oa Lefatše oa Bohahlauli, Francesco Frangialli, ha a bua le Seboka sa Machaba a Kopaneng sa Phetoho ea Tlelaemete, se ile sa itlama lekala ka lebaka le tloaelehileng la karabelo ea phetoho ea maemo a leholimo, a le hokahanya haufi-ufi le ntoa khahlanong le bofuma. .

"Kaofela re karolo ea mokhoa o moholo oa moruo oa lefats'e oa bohahlauli" Monghali Frangialli o itse. “Ho sa tsotellehe hore na re tlile mona ho tla natefeloa ke mabōpo a leoatle kapa liholo tsa kopano - kapa ka bobeli, re kenya letsoho khoebong ea lehae, mesebetsing, matsete le ho romela chelete e kenang kantle ho naha. Ka ho etsa joalo re fana ka mekhoa ea boipheliso e tsitsitseng ka ketane e telele ea phepelo eo re tlamehang ho e thusa ka ho eketsehileng ho hloekisa carbon. 'Me re tlameha ho qala hona joale. ”

Monghali Frangialli o boletse hore selemong se fetileng lefapha la bohahlauli - bankakarolo ba poraefete le ba sechaba - ba qalile ho kopana ho ts'ehetsa 'mapa oa Mongoli-Kakaretso oa UN bakeng sa lefats'e le nang le boikarabelo haholoanyane ba boemo ba leholimo.

Francesco Frangialli o fane ka melaetsa e meraro e hlakileng ho Seboka

Tourism – business or leisure travel – and all of its accommodation, transport and service activity, is significantly affected by climate change as well as being a contributor to global warming.

Libaka tsa libaka li tlas'a khatello lefatšeng ka bophara ho tloha libakeng tsa phomolo tsa ski, ho ea libakeng tsa maoatle: ho tloha phomolong ea litoropo ho isa lihlekehlekeng tsa boikhutso. Bohahlauli bo ke ke ba nyenyefatsa boikarabello ba bona ba ho arabela ka ho ikamahanya le maemo le ho fokotsa, hammoho le ka theknoloji le ho tšehetsa linaha tse futsanehileng lichelete. Re karolo ea bothata 'me re tla ba karolo ea tharollo.

Bohahlauli ke sesosa se seholo sa ntoa khahlanong le bofuma. Bakeng sa Linaha tse Tsoelang Pele, LDC's le Linaha tse Tsoelang Pele tsa Lihlekehleke tse Nyenyane ke tsona tse kholo ka ho fetisisa tse rekisetsang thepa ka ntle 'me ke mokhanni o moholo oa mesebetsi, matsete le phetoho ea moruo. E ntse e hola linaheng tsena ka litheko tse phahameng haholo ho feta linaheng tsa OECD.

Hape ka kakaretso linaha tsena tse futsanehileng ke tsona tse kotsing ea ho fetoha ha boemo ba leholimo 'me ka nako e ts'oanang ke tsona tse hlahisang likhase tse fokolang tsa green house. Bohahlauli bo tlameha ho lumelloa ho hola ka boikarabello ho linaha tsena mme liketso tsa ho thibela ho tsoa li tlameha ho ela sena hloko.

UNWTO will act as a conduit for the tourism sector into the UN system response to climate change contained in Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s Bali roadmap.

UNWTO has undertaken two side events at the Summit in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia to underscore the interrelated impacts of climate change and tourism. It presented

Liphetho tsa tlhahlobo ea mahlale tse bonts'itseng bohahlauli ho hakanngoa hore li tla kenya letsoho ho ka bang 5% ea CO2 - e lekanang le tlatsetso ea eona ea moruo oa lefats'e, empa e le tlase haholo ho kenya letsoho moruong oa linaha tse tsoelang pele.

The Davos Declaration agreed by stakeholders in October 2007 and subsequently supported at a Tourism Ministerial Summit and UNWTO’s General Assembly . These constitute a framework for a long range carbon-neutral sectoral strategy.

E le karolo ea UNWTO’s evolving efforts to implement the Davos Declaration, the General Assembly held in late November in Colombia agreed that the 2008 World Tourism Day (WTD) Theme will be “Tourism – Responding to the Challenge of Climate Change”. To this end, UNWTO will conceive an international campaign which will build up towards the global WTD celebrations on 27 September. Next year’s official WTD will be hosted by Peru.

For the past 5 years, three United Nations Agencies – UNWTO, UNEP (UN Environmental Program) and WMO (World Meteorological Organization) – have been cooperating to advance the thinking on the relationship between tourism and climate change. These continuing initiatives in the Tourism sector are part of the overall UN effort to develop a common framework in tackling the climate change challenge.

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