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Hobart celebrates with TasWriters and Tasmania Reads Week
Tasmania’s tall eucalypt forests will be wiped out by heatwaves unless we step in to help them
Council Adopts Plan To Drive Tourism Growth
Screen Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Grainne Brunsdon as Chief Operating Officer
The Great Science Share for Schools granted patronage of the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO in 2024: A Milestone in Science Education
South Australia Locks In Five More Years Of WOMADelaide
First Reef mass coral bleaching event under Albanese Govt – world is watching
Next Step In Murujuga World Heritage Nomination
UNOSAT 2023 Year in Review: Fostering Resilience and Innovation Worldwide
Australia must slash greenhouse gas emissions to protect Reef after latest coral bleaching 
Binna Burra Lodge to rise from ashes
Creatives invited to apply for Cafe Galleries program
Helping New Caledonia’s coral reefs survive climate change
Manchester recognised as UNESCO City of Lifelong Learning
Empowering Women in Science: UNOSAT’s Impactful Work in Geospatial Analysis 
Sustainability boost with $50,000 in Clean Economy Grants awarded
UN expert calls for more sustained reforms to prevent threats and killings of journalists and activists: Philippines
Geelong Design Week exhibition Deakin project wins prestigious international award
Progress report on the Great Barrier Reef delivered to UNESCO
Sediment runoff from the land is killing NZ’s seas – it’s time to take action
Ancestral ties to the Kabayan ‘fire’ mummies is driving research to save them
Australia Day events across municipality 19 January
Federal Government’s interim AI response a sensible first step
New program of events for all on January 26 Survival Day
Nearly $1 million boost for live music venues
Roundtable Discussion at Lusail University on University Contributions to Achieving Sustainable Development Goals in Qatar
Shipwrecks offer insights into subsea ecology
Record-breaking attendance marks Geelong Design Week as premier event
HKUST and Tsinghua University Jointly Organize International AI Forum
Dell Eco Reef wins international acclaim
UNESCO and UN Satellite Centre Join Forces to Safeguard Ukraine’s Cultural Heritage with Geospatial Technologies 
UNESCO and Rio Tinto sign partnership to support sustainable development in Mongolia
The Australian Universities Accord cannot ignore climate change
Refreshed Priority Projects Plan to be used for advocacy over the next
New convict visitor experience ‘Unshackled’ at Hobart Penitentiary
‘The fix is in’: Murujuga World Heritage delay shows government collusion with gas industry as new footage shows scale of Burrup industry destruction
Communication and education to mobilise global climate action
How citizens are helping science change future
Measures build sustainable future for fishing industry and protect Great Barrier Reef
Impact and Consequences of the Current Situation in the Gaza Strip/Palestine in All Aspects of UNESCO’s mandate (“Yemen/Arab Group Gaza Resolution”)
Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems: Andorra and Austria earn their first, while Asian countries get six new designations
Baw Baw Shire joins gold rush to World Heritage bid
Appointment of Australian Ambassadors
City Amplifying Good Music Month
Hobart successfully nominated as City of Literature
UN endorses marine conservation project
Symposium to focus on K’gari’s seascapes and iconic marine species
Government’s ongoing fisheries failures to hurt consumers as fish and chips prices set to rise