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World Tourism Day

Rethinking tourism! Exploring new paths in tourism!

Tomorrow's World Tourism Day is celebrated under the motto "rethinking tourism". respect_NFI supports this UNWTO demand for a new understanding of tourism that focuses on climate justice and human rights. Concrete actions are now needed to bring this call to life.

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fair travel

Fair travel ­– around the world in 30 days!

In search of more sustainability in tourism, we are going on a virtual journey around the world this year. We will stop on five continents and present a local project.

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Word Environment Day 2022

Sustainable travel is  easy! 5 tips for  a holiday that combines fun, experience, and a good conscience.

Only One Earth! World Environment Day on 5 June calls for committed action. The environment and sustainability are important to you, too: you separate waste, buy local and plastic-free whenever possible, cycle and wear second-hand clothes? But you are not quite sure how sustainability can also be lived on holiday and while travelling without sacrificing fun and experience? Sustainable travel is not rocket science! We have simple tips for you!

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NF Climate Fund

A fruit trees nursery for Farako (Mali)

Production, distribution, and planting of fruit trees for a better future

We are delighted to announce a new Climate Fund project to combat poverty and hunger while mitigating the impact of climate change. It will be implemented by our partner organisation (C-member) 2ADIB-MALI Amis de la Nature, which has been implementing projects that fight poverty and malnutrition and ensure environmental sustainability and education in Mali for almost 20 years. The aim of the project is to establish a commercial nursery to produce fruit tree seedlings.

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Photo: Uwe Hiksch/NaturFreunde Deutschlands

Stop the war - Naturefriends for peace!

Naturefriends International (NFI) statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Adopted by the NFI Board on 14 March 2022
NFI strongly condemns the Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine. The attack is an unacceptable breach of international law and a violation of the United Nations Charter which requires its Member States to refrain from the use of force against the territorial integrity and the political independence of any state. The invasion is unprovoked and unjustified. NFI also condemns the inexcusable attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure.

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