Useful Links

Ecological Tourism in Europe - E.T.E.
is working in the field of environmentally friendly and socially responsible tourism. The German NGO is initiating, supporting and carrying out model projects designed to promote sustainable tourism. The organisation has been continuously working on the international level on the tourism issue within the UN-Commission on Sustainable Development and the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD).

The United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP
provides leadership and encourages partnership in caring for the environment.

The United Nations Environment Programme's Division of Global Environment Facility Coordination - UNEP/DGEF
provides new and additional grant and concessional funding to meet the incremental costs of measures to achieve global environmental benefits.

The UNESCO’s Programme on Man and the Biosphere - MAB
develops the basis for the sustainable use and conservation of biological diversity.

The World Conservation Union - IUCN
aims to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature.

The World Wildlife Fund WWF
leads international efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats.

Central and Eastern European Working Group for the Enhancement of Biodiversity - CEEWEB
is an international network of non-governmental organizations in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region.

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe - UNECE
strives to foster sustainable economic growth among its 55 member countries.

The European ECO-Forum
is a network of more than 200 Environmental Citizen's Organisations throughout Europe.

Mountain Forum
is a global community of individuals and organisations promoting regional and global action towards equitable and ecologically sustainable mountain development.





Contact: Michael Meyer at Ecological Tourism in Europe (ETE) | tel: +49-228-359008 | fax: +49-228-359096 | e-mail: