Sunday, 19 August 2018

Fare Buzz Vacation Rentals


Travel Deals to top Destinations. Get yours now

Hotels Combined price comparison engine




Partner in der Touristik Lounge

Travel Deals to top Destinations. Get yours now

TF: Site-Search
Search Keyword largest
Total 40 results found. Search for [ largest ] with Google

Results 1 - 30 of 40
...forts to work in more socially, economically and environmentally sustainable ways. As one of the world’s largest industries, tourism should address sustainability issues head on. There is certai...

...last six decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion and diversification, becoming one of the largest and fastest-growing economic sectors in the world (United Nations World Tourism Org...

...e booming Chinese outbound tourism market has become the fastest-growing tourism source market and the largest spender in international tourism globally. Many destinations around the world int...

...10)- China Daily News (largest Chinese English Newspaper- expected Dec 2010) San Antonio Business Journal (11 Oct 20...

5. ENTER 2012, Helsingborg, S, 24.-27.01.2012
(Conferences/Past Conferences)
...ite/enter2012/Home_page). The conference is the worldwide largest academic forum for scholars from the ...

...highly profitable  in the world and the European economy. This industry contains some of the world's largest companies, and tens of thousands of small and medium enterprises. As in the first t...

...spects Kufstein, Austria, 14.-16.05.2009 In staging the EURO 2008TM, Austria put on one of the largest sporting events in its history. The country looks forward to further major events suc...

8. OECD Policy Brief: Key for Tourism Growth
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization)
OECD Policy Brief: Opening up Trade in Services - Key for Tourism Growth Tourism is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing industries and its importance for economic development is widely ack

...the past? According to the World Trade Organisation, tourism and its associated business is the world's largest industry. According to one interpretation, 'heritage products' (heritage, museums, hi...

... of Cluj. Cluj is the former capital city of the principality of Transylvania under Habsburgs, and the largest city in the North Western Romania. By tradition a mixture of Hungarian, German and ...

...ignification(s). Nevertheless, given its enormous economic weight, the tourism industry, the largest in today’s global economy, provides the economic, but also political and socia...

12. TF & Carbon Offsetting
(Tourism & Environment/TF: Sustainable Tourism), the conversion of peat bogs into oil palm plantations has allegedly made Indonesia the world's third largest producer of greenhouse gases.[2]. Compared to less vegetated lands, forests affect cl...

13. Organic Label: No Cloned Animals, Period
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... send in the clones Bills would require cloned food to be labeled ?No? to milk from cloned cows says the largest milk company in U.S. Support the Cloned Food Labeling Act in the House and Senate ...

14. Senator Migden Unveils Legislation Requiring Labeling
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... send in the clones Bills would require cloned food to be labeled ?No? to milk from cloned cows says the largest milk company in U.S. Support the Cloned Food Labeling Act in the House and Senate ...

15. Global Warming Research Shows Need For Protected Areas
(Tourism - Hazards, Desasters and Risks/Climate Change News)
... Triangle Island has B.C.’s only ground-nesting bald eagles, several Peregrine falcon eyries and also the largest Steller sea lion rookery in B.C. (second largest in the world). Other marine mammals ...

16. FDA extends deadline for public comment on unlabeled cloned food
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... send in the clones Bills would require cloned food to be labeled ?No? to milk from cloned cows says the largest milk company in U.S. Support the Cloned Food Labeling Act in the House and Senate ...

17. Imported Pollution Adds to China?s Environmental Woes
(Globalization and Tourism Content/WorldWatch - News)
...nt of imported waste. The country, already laden with domestic pollution, is rapidly becoming the planet?s largest garbage dump, facing a huge influx of foreign garbage. read more Seemingly a winner ...

18. Australia: Earth Hour
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...icient compact fluorescent bulbs. Now Australia is set for another first when Sydney, the country’s largest city will be plunged into darkness for an hour on Saturday in an attempt at a world f...

19. Deforestation in the Developing World ?Out of Control?
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...use effect, and could contribute to an increase in global temperatures. Source South America suffered the largest net loss of forests between 2000 and 2005 at around 4.3 million hectares per year, fo...

... to wage campaigns against dirty shippers. And a handful of companies, including some of the world’s largest freight haulers, are beginning to take action. … Of course, ground and air fr...

21. Farming in the City
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... that 14 percent of London?s 7.6 million residents produce some of their own food. For Vancouver, Canada?s largest west coast city, the comparable figure is an impressive 44 percent. In the U.S. cit...

22. Chinese Tourism Grows but It Needs Further Investment
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
... - a promise which the country made to the World Trade Organization (WTO). China is now the world's fourth-largest tourist destination and is expected to become second behind the US in less than a dec...

23. Baltic Sea gets warmer
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...ver, do not reflect the full range of uncertainties in global climate model projections. Seasonally, the largest part of this warming would occur to the east and north of the Baltic Sea during wint...

24. Alberta oil industry gets eco-trust green bucks
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...ort is expected by November. Alberta’s oil sands projects are considered one of the country’s largest sources of carbon dioxide emissions, and production from the region is expected to tr...

25. Arctic May Hold World?s Largest Fuel Supply
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
... also interested. Source Read more at:

26. Shanghai - where the ancient meets the new
(Globalization and Tourism Content/TF: Globalization- News)
Shanghai is one of the most remarkable cities in Asia. It is the largest city in China and never ceases to surprise the visitor. There are ancient temples, long charming streets, and museums full of t

27. Climate change from pole to melting pole
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...ticipation of thousands of scientists from more than 60 nations, International Polar Year 2007-2008 is the largest-ever international program of scientific research focussed on the Earth’s polar...

...(4) threats to the economic livelihood of organic and conventional alfalfa growers. Alfalfa is the fourth largest crop grown in the U.S. and would be the first perennial crop approved for GE commerci...

29. British Columbians want labelling of genetically modified foods
(Tourism & Environment/Sustainable Tourism News)
...nic food. Another 118,500 acres (47,955 ha) are in transition to certification. * Wheat is Canada’s largest organic crop with over 187,000 acres (75,816 ha). * Organic livestock production is ...

30. Official greenhouse gas figures hugely underestimate Britain's contribution to climate change
(Tourism - Hazards, Desasters and Risks/Climate Change News)
... raises the UK's share of the global total from 2% to about 15%. The report finds that the majority of the largest companies listed in the FTSE are reluctant to respond to voluntary carbon disclosure ...

<< Start < Prev 1 2 Next > End >>

at LinkedIN

Tag Clouds

abstract abstracts academic acceptance accepted access across activities address africa african agricultural agriculture already although america american among analysis animals approach april arctic argues around article associated author authors available become before below benefits better business canada capacity carbon center centre challenges change changes changing china chinese cities clear climate committee communities community companies conditions conference congress conservation considered consumption contact contributions copenhagen costs countries cover critical crops cultural culture current deadline decades december demand department destination destinations details develop developed developing development different director discussion display document domestic double during early earth economic economy education effects efforts email emerging emissions energy english environment environmental europe european event events every examines expected experience experiences farmers featured february field final finance financial focus following foreign forest forests format found further future global globalisation government governments green greenhouse groups growing growth guidelines health heritage higher homepage hospitality hotel human image impact impacts include includes increase increased increasing india indigenous industry information innovation institute interest investment invited issue issues january japan journal knowledge large largest latest least leisure level levels limited local major making management march marine market marketing markets mdash media medical meeting members might migration million nations natural nature north observation october offers often online operations opportunities opportunity order organic organization organizations pacific papers particularly people place planet planning please policies policy political population potential poverty power practices present presentation presentations presented private proceedings process production products professor program programme project projects proposals protection provide provides public publication published quality range recent reduce reduction references region regional regions registration related renewable required research researchers resource resources responsible results review right rights rising rural school science scientific scientists search sector security service services session sessions several share significant signs since small social society source sources south special species specific state states strategies strategy students studies submission submissions submit submitted support sustainability sustainable symposium system systems technologies technology theme themes think three through times title today together topics total tourism tourist tourists trade travel trend trends under union university urban using various visit visitors vital warming water website welcome where whether wildlife within without women words working world worldwatch worldwide young

Tag Cloud, Joomla Modul

Hotelclub Membership 125x125

HotelsCombined - Search and Compare Hotel Prices for any city - Search and Compare Hotel Prices for any city
City From
New York
 US$24 - Search and Compare Hotel Prices for any city - Search and Compare Hotel Prices for any city
Vegas Tickets