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The sixth Global Environment Facility (GEF) Assembly and Associated Meetings organised by GEF and Vietnam's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) will be held at the Ariyana Convention Centre from June 23rd - 29th 2018.

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Under the 2018 Da Nang - Summer Rendezvous programme, which will run from 16 to 20 June, a wide range of fascinating cultural and sporting activities, will be held at the East Sea Park, the beaches, the Son Tra Peninsula, and along both banks of the Han River.

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RAISING GUESTS’ AWARENESS THROUGH “GO GREEN @ FABULOUS FURAMA DANANG” CAMPAIGN

Over the years, Furama Resort Danang has always chosen environmentally-friendly investment solutions, with energy power lighting, advanced technology in air-conditioning, solar water heating, and the reuse of bio-fuels.

In keeping with that commitment on maintaining a clean and healthy environment, this February, Furama Resort Danang continued its Go Green campaign with the Tree Planting Ceremonies for Mr Abbott Larry on February 2nd and Mr. Charles Olmsted on February 27th.

At the ceremonies, Mr. Larry and Mr. Olmsted have planted a Purple Queen's Flowers Tree by themselves and expressed their happiness towards this meaningful campaign.

"We are fully aware of the importance of environmental protection at the resort as well as a sustainable development of the whole city," said Mr. Matthias Wiesmann, General Manager of Furama Resort Danang. "The resort aims to create more practical activities associated with environmental protection for more customer awareness."

"Go Green @ Fabulous Furama" is aimed at encouraging guests to contribute more to a green living, better environment as well as increase guests' loyalty through tree planting activity at the resort. The tree will be a connection between Furama's loyal guests and the resort, a meaningful gift for loyal guests each time they come back to see how much their trees has grown.

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