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danger list

n (Med) on the danger listin prognosi riservata
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While being put on the danger list would have no immediate consequences, Italia Nostra argues that this would compel national authorities to enact more safeguards.
DHAKA: One of the world's largest mangrove forests has been placed on UNESCO's danger list despite increased conservation efforts by the Bangladeshi government.
Joseph disclosed that one of the victims lost his life while two other students who were involved in the accident are on the danger list, saying the body of the deceased has been deposited at the hospital morgue.
Other protected sites in the occupied Palestinian territory, including the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, the ancient terraces of Battir, and the pilgrimage route in Bethlehem, had also been fast tracked by Palestinian authorities in previous years to include them on UNESCO's World Heritage in Danger list.
Ospreys - which remain on a danger list because of a long-term decline in the species - first began nesting at Kielder Water and Forest Park in 2009.
The Committee reached the decision to place the Libyan sites on the danger list during its examination of the state of conservation of sites already inscribed on the World Heritage List.
Recently introduced limits on numbers mean that the Galapagos has avoided the World Heritage in Danger list and without tourism there'd be no funding at all for conservation!
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has threatened to put the reef, which is a World Heritage area, on its danger list.
After the meeting, Zeaiter declared that "the number of passengers at the end of 2014 will reach 7 million and this is a good indicator." He pointed out that "the International Civil Aviation Organization and the European Union have removed Lebanon from the danger list at the level of civil aviation safety," thanking all the concerned parties.
UNESCO recommended for the Great Barrier Reef to be listed to the World Heritage in Danger List 2015, unless the government does the necessary steps to improve its condition.
UNESCO on Thursday condemned a decision to allow the dumping of dredge waste in Great Barrier Reef waters and recommended the Australian marine park be considered for inclusion on the World Heritage in Danger list. The decision in January to allow three million cubic metres of dredge waste to be disposed of in park waters followed a decision by the government to give the green light to a major coal port expansion for India's Adani Group on the reef coast in December.