Climate change: US formally withdraws from Paris agreement

first_img“So, I think it’s obviously a problem.” Among them are America’s Pledge, put together by former California governor Jerry Brown and the former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg. They say that states and cities will help cut US emissions by 19% compared to 2025 from what they were in 2005 – that’s not enough to make up for the US promise under Paris but it keeps those targets “within reach”. UK climate change protests Could the US re-join the agreement? For the past three years, US negotiators have attended UN climate talks while the administration has tried to use these events to promote fossil fuels. After a three-year delay, the US has become the first nation in the world to formally withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. The Paris deal was drafted in 2015 to strengthen the global response to the threat of climate change. Related Topics “No matter what you think about global warming, and the nature of it, the pace of it, you have to take these growing economies seriously, and help them and I just didn’t see Paris getting to that end, in any efficient or constructive manner.” Will other countries now leave the agreement? “I don’t think anyone will follow Mr Trump out of Paris,” said Peter Betts, a former lead negotiator for the UK and the EU in the global climate negotiations, and now an associate fellow at Chatham House. “I’m not sure what Paris actually accomplishes,” said Katie Tubb, a senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative US think tank. President Trump announced the move in June 2017, but UN regulations meant that his decision only takes effect today, the day after the US election. “Under the Paris rules, the US will not be able to participate in that.” The US could re-join it in future, should a president choose to do so. On the business front, there has been growing pressure from shareholders of large fossil fuel-based industries to face up to the climate challenge. So when it becomes the only country to withdraw from a global solution to a global problem it raises questions of trust. By Matt McGrathEnvironment correspondent President Trump made leaving Paris a key part of his election platform in 2016, tying it into his vision of a revitalised US with booming energy production, especially coal and oil. Although this has been a long time coming, there is still a palpable sense of disappointment for many Americans who believe that climate change is the biggest global challenge and the US should be leading the fight against it. Why has this taken so long? media captionTrump: The world won’t laugh any more at US “The EU green deal and carbon neutrality commitments from China, Japan and South Korea point to the inevitability of our collective transition off fossil fuels,” said Laurence Tubiana, one of the architects of the Paris agreement and now chief executive of the European Climate Foundation. Not everyone in the US is upset to leave the Paris agreement? “What Obama did at the end of his second term was fundamentally undemocratic, to sign up to a Paris agreement without going to the Senate and the Congress and instead doing it via executive order,” said former UN climate chief, Yvo De Boer. The Clinton administration was unable to secure Senate backing for the Kyoto Protocol, agreed in 1997. Trump protest

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Etcyy Be Kind Lounge Set Will Get You in the Mood to Relax

first_imgGet the ETCYY Women’s Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit Set for prices starting at $26, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.There are no fashion rules! You have our permission to wear this set anywhere. It may not be great for a Zoom call with your boss, but it’s the ideal work-from-home uniform that you can wear when the cameras are off. You can wear it to sleep as a pajama set, and even rock it outside with a denim jacket and some fresh white kicks! Trust Us: You won’t want to take this set off.See it: Get the ETCYY Women’s Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit Set for prices starting at $26, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Not what you’re looking for? Check out more styles from ETCYY and shop all of the clothing, shoes and jewelry available at Amazon! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at ShopWithUs@usmagazine.com. Happy shopping! Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Fact: It’s been a long week. Actually, every week in 2020 has felt longer than usual! Regardless, when we start feeling worn out and tired, self-care becomes our foremost priority. When we’re not doing a face mask or enjoying a glass of wine, we like to indulge in some retail therapy to turn our frowns upside down.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – What we love most about this set, aside from how unbelievably soft it looks, are the positive vibes it radiates! The simple reminder to “be kind” is printed in a beautiful graphic design on the sweatshirt top, and it truly doesn’t get more optimistic than that. The world could truly use that reminder, and this lounge set fits perfectly with the energy we’re looking to channel right now.When it comes to the design of this two-piece set, it’s straightforward and supremely comfortable. The bottoms are your typical jogger-style pants — they’re high-waisted and have an adjustable drawstring in the waistband. They cuff at the ankles, fit fairly loose in the legs and have two pockets for convenience. The matching top can be tucked in or worn out, depending on your preference.ETCYY Women's Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit SetETCYY Women’s Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit Set AmazonSee it!- Advertisement – Considering that we’re in the thick of fall, some cozy new loungewear is in the cards for Us. First up: This matching two-piece set from ETCYY that just dropped on Amazon!ETCYY Women's Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit SetETCYY Women’s Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit Set AmazonSee it!Get the ETCYY Women’s Two Piece Outfits Sweatsuit Set for prices starting at $26, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Toronto Raptors considering Tampa as temporary home due to COVID-19 | NFL News

first_imgOther cities mentioned as a possible home are Buffalo, Kansas City, Louisville, Nashville and Newark, N.J. The Toronto Blue Jays used nearby Buffalo as their temporary home during the Major League Baseball season.“We’re exploring options for our Plan B,” Raptors director of communications Jennifer Quinn told the Tampa Bay Tribune. “But our main focus is on playing next season in Toronto.”Raptors president Masai Ujiri told the CBC that the overwhelming preference is for the team to play in Canada.“We have many options, to be honest,” Ujiri said. “I think we’re lucky that the Raptors have become a darling, I think, hopefully, globally. We’re proud of that.“Everybody wants us to come play. We are honoured, we are humbled and we are appreciative that everybody wants us to come play in their city, but honestly, our main goal is to stay home. We really want to stay home.”The Raptors have made the playoffs in seven straight seasons and won the 2018-19 title when since-departed Kawhi Leonard was the star and guided the club past the Golden State Warriors in six games.Amalie Arena is also home of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning. The Amalie Arena in Tampa could host Toronto Raptors 'home' games in the forthcoming NBA season
The Amalie Arena in Tampa could host Toronto Raptors 'home' games in the forthcoming NBA season

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Isaiah Washington Slams Ex ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Costar Katherine Heigl

first_imgBack in October 2006, reports surfaced that Washington, who played Preston Burke, used a homophobic slur during a fight with Dempsey, 54, on set. T.R. Knight (George O’Malley) later revealed in January 2007 that hearing Washington use the word “f—-t” encouraged him to come out as gay. After the former 100 star denied using the slur at the Golden Globes that month, Heigl (Izzie Stevens) told Access Hollywood that her then-costar “needs to just not speak in public, period.”On Monday, Washington went on to call Heigl “the first Karen” and dragged Chandra Wilson, who has played Miranda Bailey since season 1, into the drama.“Your opinions are your own, but you are a fool, a liberal and misguided feminist to even try and defend this woman,” Washington tweeted at a fan defending Heigl. “You weren’t there, so die on this hill, whoever you are. She could have cared less about her gay friend. Chandra Wilson knows all about that too.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – When another fan asked why he is dredging up the past, Washington added, “Because it’s the TRUTH. The End.”A source close to Heigl, meanwhile, tells Us Weekly that the Suits alum stands by her decision to have Knight’s back.- Advertisement – Patrick Dempsey is back on Grey’s Anatomy, Isaiah Washington is feuding with Katherine Heigl … what year is it again? More than a decade after his controversial exit from the ABC medical drama, Washington took to Twitter to slam Heigl.“This woman once proclaimed that I should ‘never’ be allowed to speak publicly again. The world agreed with her proclamation back then and protested for my job and my head in 65 languages. I wish I was on Twitter in 2007, because I will NEVER stop exercising my free speech,” the actor, 57, tweeted on Monday, November 16, alongside a picture of the 41-year-old actress.- Advertisement – “Katherine stood up for her close friend twice when Isaiah publicly outed him and called him a f—–t. That’s hate talk, not free speech,” the insider said. “She is proud that she stood up for him. Katherine is and always will be an advocate and ally to LGBTQ community.”Months after the scandal first broke, ABC announced that Washington was not asked back for season 4 of Grey’s Anatomy. In July 2007, he admitted that he used the word while arguing with Dempsey about being late to work.Isaiah Washington Reignites Feud With Former ‘Grey’s’ Costar Katherine HeiglThe cast of “Grey’s Anatomy” in 2005. Abc-Tv/Kobal/Shutterstock“I said, ‘I don’t need Ellen, I can act,’” he said on Larry King Live at the time, referring to Ellen Pompeo. “And that was the moment that sent it into a different zone. [Dempsey] became unhinged, sprayed spittle in my face. … I said several bad words. ‘There’s no way you’re going to treat me like the B-word, the P-word or the F-word.’ … I am not homophobic – in no way, shape or form.”Knight, for his part, left Grey’s Anatomy after season 5 and alleged that creator Shonda Rhimes was “concerned” about him coming out “so close” to the drama with Washington. Rhimes denied his claims at the time.“I said, ‘If you want to come out, that’s awesome. We’ll totally support that.’ And then he went away, thought about it, and came back and said, ‘I’m going to make this statement.’ I remember saying to [executive producer] Betsy Beers, ‘This is our proudest day here. T.R. got to come out, and I got to say to him that it wouldn’t affect his character’ — because he was concerned that he was going to come out and George would suddenly be gay,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “I was like, ‘We are not going to do that.’ The idea that a gay actor can’t play a straight man is insulting.”Several months after Knight’s departure, Heigl left Grey’s Anatomy during season 6 in 2010. While Knight, whose character died, and Heigl have yet to return, Washington made a surprising comeback to the long-running series for one episode in 2014 to help wrap up Sandra Oh’s story line.“My first decision and my first responsibility is to the story. I have to be the keeper of the story and make sure that we’re telling the story we need to tell, regardless of whatever outside factors are involved or whatever history is involved and, frankly, Sandra was so lovely and open to it. It has been a really kind of amazing experience,” Rhimes told EW about the decision.The former showrunner added: “I also want to just be clear that Isaiah is a person that we all love and have loved for a very long time. I feel like there have been a lot of people that have been like, ‘How can you do this?’ And I feel very strongly and fully believe in people’s ability to grow and change and learn from their mistakes and when they know better, to do better. If people don’t think that, over the course of seven years, it’s possible for a human being to change, then there really is no future for the human race at all.”Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news!last_img read more

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China’s recent H5N1 cases raise transmission questions

first_imgJan 21, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – China’s recent spike in human H5N1 avian influenza cases appears to lack the hallmark of nearby poultry outbreaks, a development that some public health officials worry could signal asymptomatic infections in birds.Veterinary experts, however, suggest the pattern could point to surveillance gaps or the consequences of routine vaccination.China has reported four human cases so far this year, three of them fatal. According to World Health Organization (WHO) reports:The 16-year-old boy from Hunan province who died yesterday had been exposed to sick and dead poultry.Investigators found that a 19-year-old girl from Beijing who died on Jan 5 had contact with poultry before she got sick, but they did not say if the birds were ill.Authorities are still investigating the virus source in the other two cases, a 2-year-old girl from Shanxi province who is in critical condition and a 27-year-old woman from Shandong province who died on Jan 17.The country’s agriculture ministry said on Jan 18 after the 2-year-old’s infection was confirmed that no H5N1 outbreaks have been detected in Shanxi or Hunan provinces, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported yesterday.York Chow, Hong Kong’s secretary for food and health, has called on China to release more epidemiologic information on the recent human infections and said that an apparent lack of poultry outbreak reports against the backdrop of human cases raises questions about a possible change in the virus or that asymptomatic H5N1-infected chickens might be contributing to the spread of the virus.Chinese officials have said they have found no evidence that the virus has mutated to allow easier human-to-human transmission, according to media reports.Monitoring billions of birdsThis isn’t the first time that health officials have voiced their suspicions about asymptomatic poultry infections in China. In 2006, Zhong Nanshan, director of the Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Diseases, suggested that two victims might have caught the virus from chickens that were carrying it asymptomatically (see link to CIDRAP News story, below).Avian influenza experts say the size and nature of China’s poultry population creates a difficult surveillance task. Jan Slingenbergh, a senior animal health officer for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) told CIDRAP News that China has roughly 4.6 billion chickens, 700 million ducks, and 300 million geese that are distributed somewhat unevenly throughout the country.He said the ducks gravitate toward the double-crop rice growing areas in southern and southeastern China, which are thought to be the main risk areas because the H5N1 virus keeps circulating in ducks. Geese head toward single-crop rice growing areas in the less rainy northeastern and extreme western part of China, Slingenbergh added.Meanwhile, he said chicken are kept everywhere people live, particularly in urban areas and coastal ports.Slingenbergh links the low level of poultry outbreak reports to China’s poultry vaccination policy. “The entire national flock is kept under a rigid vaccination blanket amounting to 11 billion applications per annum,” he said.He said he doubts that the H5N1 in China is evolving toward a low-pathogenic virus. “Vaccination creates a rather sparse geospatial mosaic of susceptibles, which may even enhance the pathogenicity level,” he said, adding that evidence from Vietnam, where most Chinese viruses spread to, suggests that the virulence increased between 2002 and 2007 when measured by infecting and gauging shedding in young mallards.Vincent Martin, a senior technical adviser in the FAO’s Beijing office, told CIDRAP News that Chinese officials obtain a lot of samples from farms and live bird markets each year to monitor asymptomatic H5N1 infections among the birds. “Regularly, they find the virus but do not detect any outbreak in the surrounding areas,” he said.However, a combination of factors makes detecting the virus difficult, Martin said. Several strains of the virus are circulating in China, and ducks can excrete the virus without showing symptoms or only exhibiting mild ones.In addition, suboptimal vaccination can mask the symptoms without stopping viral shedding.More intensive surveillance and monitoring efforts are needed in China to detect new outbreaks and identify viral circulation that is going unnoticed, Martin said, “to avoid a situation where humans serve as sentinels and reveal infection in birds.””The concern is, therefore, that the current surveillance is unable to provide a complete picture of the [high-pathogenic avian influenza] epidemiological situation in domestic birds and should be strengthened and improved in order to meet the challenge we are currently facing,” he said.Three Chinese government ministries yesterday issued a joint order for local health, agriculture, and commerce offices to work together to improve surveillance and management of the country’s live poultry markets, Xinhua, China’s state news agency reported today. The government urged local offices to close live poultry markets in urban areas, if possible, or disinfect the markets daily if they can’t be shuttered. The offices were also ordered to conduct daily surveillance and reporting and collaborate when they detect the H5N1 virus.The role of poultry vaccinationLes Sims, from Australia’s Asia-Pacific Veterinary Information Services and a consultant to the FAO, said though humans are once again acting as sentinels for infections in poultry, so far there is no evidence to support asymptomatic disease as the reason for absence of reported poultry outbreaks in China.”Vaccination will alter the clinical appearance of disease if the flock is infected, but on a flock basis, some disease will be detected. Infection is not silent,” he said. He added that infected vaccinated flocks, for example, have lower mortality rates with fewer birds showing classical symptoms of the disease.”If vaccines are used, veterinary and medical authorities have to accept that one of the signals they used to rely on for detecting infection in poultry—high mortality—needs to be modified,” Sims said.Infected poultry can still shed small amounts of the virus, even when the vaccine is a good match and the birds are vaccinated properly, he said. “This has always been the case and so can’t explain the current situation in China.”The issue of less severe infections in vaccinated poultry is creating negative sentiments about the measure, Sims said, but he added that China has maintained a close match between the circulating strains and the vaccine antigen, which greatly diminishes the viral load in poultry.”The benefits of vaccination in reducing viral load need to be considered and balanced against the changes in disease appearance that will occur if a vaccinated flock is infected,” he said. “The situation in China would almost certainly be much worse if vaccination was not used.”Sims said he’s not surprised that some poultry infections go undetected, given the size and make-up of China’s poultry population, along with the modified appearance of the disease in vaccinated poultry. He suspects, though, that under-reporting of the disease might be one factor that keeps the number of outbreak reports low. Farmers who raise poultry for their livelihood have little incentive to report the disease.A seasonal surge in poultry and human H5N1 cases in the winter isn’t unexpected, he said. “Winter peaks have been seen previously and are probably linked to the increased trade in poultry for various festivals and enhanced viral survival due to cooler conditions,” Sims said.See also:Jan 19 WHO statementJan 19 CIDRAP News story “China reports 3 H5N1 cases, 1 death”Mar 8, 2006, CIDRAP News story “Nine-year-old is China’s 10th avian flu victim”last_img read more

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Salt Festival in Ston, the oldest saltworks in Europe

first_imgThe oldest European saltworks, the one in Ston, will host the first Salt Festival from 27 August to 2 September, where visitors will be able to enjoy creative workshops, a fair of craftsmen from Ston, Pelješac and the Dubrovnik littoral, lectures and music evenings.The idea of ​​creating a festival in the Ston area was prompted by the story of salt and the Republic of Dubrovnik, which based its progress, among other things, on the production and trade of this important spice and article in human nutrition. The Ston saltworks, unchanged since the 14th century, was a strategic economic point of the Republic of Dubrovnik, while today it is an important economic entity and a unique cultural monument and tourist attraction, according to the Ston Tourist Board. “We planned to start this event last year, but due to a combination of various circumstances, we are only starting this year with the Salt Festival. This year, the Association Amoreta from Dubrovnik accepted this idea and started the realization of the event, which we believe will interest visitors. We have a few more shows in September. From September 7 to 10 is now the traditional, Kionookus Film Food Festival. We also have a part of the Baroque Festival that is held in Korcula every year. This year, part of their program will be held on September 10 in the newly renovated tower “Kaštio” and it will be performed by the Vocal Ensemble Antiphonus, which performs music by Claudio Monteverdi. The tenth StonWallmarathon will be held on September 24.9.2017, XNUMX. and is part of this year’s program of events organized or co-organized by TZO Ston”, Says Marijana Franušić from the Ston Tourist Board.On the first day, jazz lovers will enjoy jazz performances by Maja Grgić and Igor Vlahinić, the second day is dedicated to Marin Držić, who was employed as a clerk in the Solana in Ston in 1553, the third is Olive Oil Day, and the fourth is Honey Day. . It is the fifth day of the fair with a music program and continues with the Day of Ston shells and a rich music program.This year, Ston records an increase in tourists, so this year until August 20, 24 guests visited the sights of Ston, which is 976 percent more than last year, and in the same period there were 14 overnight stays or 136 percent more than 925. Marijana Franušić from EU funds, but the Municipality is responsible for that, which launched the project “History on a grain of salt” and successfully completed it. “TZO Ston is one of the partners in this project through which we will try our best to use the funds to promote Ston and the values ​​that Ston has ”, concluded Marijana Franušić.The sun, sea, wind and man still combine today to produce extraordinary ecological salt and salt flower, and about 2000 tons of salt are produced annually in the saltworks. A story about the tradition, way and culture of living, which is certainly the motive for coming and an authentic story that we must tell our guests.last_img read more

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The Ministry of Tourism has launched an indictment against Kompas

first_imgThe inspection of the Ministry of Tourism found that the Kompas Zagreb agency, whose owner Matko Bolanča recently filed for bankruptcy, violated the law by paying too low a guarantee for insurance package arrangements, which is why they will file an indictment against Kompas, the Ministry has just confirmed. he writes Business diary.”The Ministry of Tourism responded adequately to the complaints received, and the Tourist Inspectorate supervised the Kompas Zagreb travel agency. From the findings of the tourist inspection, it is evident that irregularities in the work of the tourist agency have been established, and an indictment will be filed against the said tourist agency.”, They say in the Ministry for Poslovni dnevnik.They explain that, in accordance with the Law on the provision of services in tourism, which implements the EU Directive 2015/2302 on travel in package deals and related travel arrangements, the obligation of guarantee insurance for package deals and liability insurance for non-compliance, partial or irregular fulfillment is prescribed. obligations related to the package deal.Namely, as it is already known, the sum insured in the event of the bankruptcy of the Kompas Zagreb agency allegedly amounts to only HRK 300 for the period between July 2018 to July 2019, to which only the Ministry in charge of law enforcement has now reacted. The law stipulates that the organizer of a tourist package must provide a guarantee for insolvency for the tourist package, at least in the amount of 10 percent of the total amount of the sale of the package in the previous business year. As Kompas’ turnover in the package deal segment in 2017 amounted to more than 65 million kuna, this would mean that the agency, instead of 10 percent, contracted less than one percent of turnover in the event of bankruptcy.Related news:COMPASS IN BANKRUPTCY!last_img read more

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This year’s UHPA Days will be held in Istria

first_imgFor now, the most important thing is that the date and place are known so that they can be organized – so UHPA DAYS will be held from 19 to 21 March 2020 in Umag. After Slavonia, the UHPA Days come to Istria. As in previous years, numerous U2PA workshops, panel discussions, expert lectures, trainings, etc. will be held at the UHPA Days… The official program has not been announced yet, but it is expected soon. center_img UHPA Days, the most important annual gathering of travel agencies, members of the UHPA Association and their domestic and foreign guests this year will be held from March 19-21, 2020 in Umag. last_img read more

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Thomas Cook is back in the game, but with a new business model

first_imgThomas Cook, one of the oldest and most famous travel agencies in the world, declared bankruptcy last year and suspended all its business operations. Fosun was already a major shareholder in TC, and last November he paid £ 11m to buy out the rights to be able to use the Thomas Cook logo, website and social media accounts. But according to British media, Thomas Cook is returning, but only as an online travel agency. So, we can forget Thomas Cook as he was before, without a strong network of planes and hotels, but from now on only as an online travel agency. The brand’s owner, China’s Fosun, wants to revive Britain’s oldest travel company within weeks to be able to be in the game at the start of bookings for next summer. Thomas Cook needs to get a license from the regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority, and according to the BBC, she could get it within a few days. Interestingly, the website is also active, but for now it does not reveal much, except that some news from the company can be expected soon.last_img read more

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Boris Žgomba for the sixth year in a row on the ECTTA Executive Board

first_imgPhoto: ECTAA “The whole world this year faced an unprecedented health crisis, for which no one had a strategy ready, and the travel industry, especially travel agencies and tour operators, are among the most affected. The situation is certainly difficult and complex, but it is not insurmountable, but ECTAA, which brings together 70.0000 agencies at EU level, must play a key role.”, Said Žgomba, adding that tourism is an industry that generates 10% of GDP, 12% of employees, and is also the fourth export category of the EU whose consumption generates more than 400 billion euros in revenue. As one of the main priorities in the next term, he pointed out the strengthening of awareness, both among the European Commission and national bodies about the importance of agencies for the overall tourism and economy. “It is a great honor, but also a responsibility, to be elected a member of the Executive Board of ECTAA, an association that is a key stakeholder in the European tourism sector and has an indispensable role in the process of recovery of the sector., said Žgomba, who was previously the president of ECTAA from 2012 to 2014, after that he is still in the executive bodies of the Association, and otherwise he is the president of the Board and co-owner of Uniline, the leading Croatian tour operator.center_img ECTAA brings together national associations of travel agencies and tour operators of 30 European countries, including 27 from the European Union, and represents about 70.000 companies. It also has four international members from Israel, Malaysia, Morocco and Tunisia. The Association of Travel Agencies of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce became a member of ECTAA in 2015 on the principle of shared membership with the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies. Boris Žgomba, President of the Association of Travel Agencies of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and former member of the Executive Board of the European Association of Travel Agencies and Tour Operators (ECTAA), was re-elected as a member of the ECTAA Executive Board at their semi-annual assembly in Athens.last_img read more

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