Latest UNESCO News

‘Tis season to celebrate local
Great Barrier Reef set to benefit as laws tackling water pollution continue to roll out
16 Days of Activism kicks off at Council
Interim statement on Covid vaccination for children and adolescents
Monash Expert: Can learning shape future of humanity and planet?
Increasing representation of girls and women in STEM and IT education
Axe heading home to Philippines
Library concept design marks major milestone for Armstrong Creek
Launceston designated UNESCO City of Gastronomy
Morrison government attempting to water down World Heritage climate policy with revisions
Launceston named UNESCO City of Gastronomy
Future is Unwritten – Healing Arts Symposium
Conservation continues as Fremantle Prison commemorates closure
Morrison sacrifices Great Barrier Reef for fossil fuel cash
Priceless Incan carving to head home
Rock solid focus on culture for Uluṟu over next decade
States must investigate and prosecute violence against journalists – UN experts
Eating sustainably: Urban local governments take planetary health into their own hands
Exciting initiatives on horizon to expand arts and culture scene
We must fight harder for our Great Barrier Reef as global icon reaches 40 years of World Heritage
Journalism in pandemic: Covering Covid now and in future — self-directed course for journalists
Journalism in pandemic: Covering Covid vaccines — What journalists need to know
Inaction over illegal palm oil in Indonesia’s megadiverse forest estate jeopardises people and planet
Farmers turn reef action into income
Examining Earth’s oldest complex fossils using AI
Sunshine Coast Biosphere within reach
International Day of Girl Child
Geelong hosts global experts on design
Council establishes Blue Mountains Planetary Health Advisory Committee
Environmental Impact Statement on Warragamba Dam Wall Raising is released as Wollondilly Council reaffirms opposition to plan
Massive new animal species discovered in half-billion-year-old Burgess Shale
Blue Mountains Mayor: Warragamba Dam EIS could mean end to World Heritage listing
160,000 hectares returned on path to reconciliation
‘Mother Language Public Art Project – Artist appointed’
International Access to Information Day 2021
New storybook to help children stay hopeful during Covid
R and D partnership to bolster urban sustainability
FAO launches UN’s International Year of Fruits and Vegetables 2021
Little Cornwall heritage is ‘gold’
New checklist supports schools to reopen and prepare for COVID-19 resurgences
Lord Mayor’s Christmas Gala Concert at Adelaide Town Hall this Saturday
Military flights biggest cause of noise pollution on Olympic Peninsula
Odyssey Film Fest on now
Report launch casts light on experiences of culturally diverse artists during COVID-19
Arts Industry Commissions announced
Con presents live-stream performances
Give gift of travel: seabourn launches “black Friday sale” to kick off holiday season
Geelong set to host UNESCO Cities of Design for 2021 subnetwork meeting