COP26: Panama presents the benefits of its green tourism to the world

At the climate summit Panama presented the project Institutionalizing Non-Carbon Benefits in climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, the Minister of Environment, Milciades Concepción, and the Administrator of Tourism of Panama, Iván Eskildsen, are promoting the sustainable tourism projects being carried out in the country for the benefit of the environment and the communities.

During the event: "Panama's Tourism Model, non-carbon benefits and climate adaptation", in the Panama pavilion at the climate summit, Concepción explained that the country has essential components in its ecosystems, which through ecotourism are an investment to prolong the health of natural resources in . . .

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