The Geographical Dictation of the Russian Geographical Society will be held for the fifth time in Russia and abroad on October 27, 2019. The dictation will be held at 5,831 venues in 109 countries, including Russia, the UK, Austria, Iran, Egypt, Japan, Australia and others.
About 20 squirrels will be introduced in Sutherland Park in northeast Scotland as part of a larger-scale red squirrel reintroduction project, as per a report by stv.tv.
On October 23, St. Petersburg has launched a food waste minimisation initiative at 10 public catering facilities (cafes and restaurants), aimed at discharging residuals. The experiment is within the scope of the national «Ecology» project.
The first ever Russia-Africa summit, which concludes today in Sochi, will help create new connections between African countries and Russia, according to the official website of the Rosa Khutor ski resort, the host of the event.
Cote d'Ivoire (also referred to as Ivory Coast) says Arab investors have pledged $5 billion to support its programme to attract foreign tourists.
South Africa has inked a two-year agreement with Chinese Internet firm Tencent that will use its popular WeChat platform to market tourism to millions in China, an official has said.
The safety and security of tourists is the primary concern of every host country because tourists will only visit areas where their lives and property are protected, according to a senior Namibian government official.
Many travelers in Europe when choosing natural landscapes and recreation areas attach great importance to environmentally friendly housing.
The authorities of Dagestan will develop ecotourism in the Almak canyon, according to the Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Dagestan Artem Zdunov. He noted that this conservation area can and should become a tourist attraction.
The members of the Green Party came forward with the initiative to post a speed limit up to 130 km/h on all German highways. The petition was discussed during a meeting in the Bundestag, which took place last week on October 18.