The Executive Board of UNESCO has endorsed the new 13 nominations for UNESCO Global Geoparks that the UNESCO Global Geoparks Council recommended last September.
There are now 140 UNESCO Global Geoparks in 38 countries. Congratulation to all – Geopark family is growing!
Here are the new Unesco Global Geoparks listed:
- Beaujolais, France
- Cao Bang, Viet Nam
- Ciletuh – Palabuhanratu, Indonesia
- Conca de Tremp-Montsec, Spain (deferred application)
- Famenne – Ardenne, Belgium
- Guangwushan-Nuoshuihe, China
- Huanggang Dabieshan, China
- Izu Peninsula, Japan
- Mudeungsan, Republic of Korea
- Ngorongoro Lengai, Tanzania
- Percé, Canada
- Rinjani-Lombok, Indonesia (deferred application)
- Satun, Thailand