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WHALE Center Annual Reports

The WHALE Center is a 501 (c) Not for Profit Corporation and files annual reports with the Federal Government, state of Utah, and state of Florida in addtion to the reports in ths section of the website.

2018 Annual Report

2018 UNWTO INSTO Report

2018 Rebecca Tobias Presentation Building A Global Environmental Network

2017 Annual Report Part 1 - Highlights from Global Healing Pakistan, Rebecca Tobias Global Healing report, Indigenous programs, Malawi work by MacDonald Semberka,  Utah URI, and Waves of Change programs.

2017 Annual Report Part 2 - Highlights from U.N. International Year for Sustainable Tourism for Development, Biodigester Development, NASA Kennedy Space Center programs, Experiential Learning Programs, UNWTO programs in San Sebastian and Madrid Spain, and Geneva, Villages Nature, Paris, PM4SD training, High Level Political Forum, continued work in Cuba, Tour de Turtles, GSTC, Tour de Turtles, and Blue Marble.

2016 Annual Report - Highlights include Experiential Learning Programs, UNWTO Affiliate programs, World Ocean Day program at NASA Kennedy Space Center, and continued work in Pakistan.

2015 Annual Report - Highlights - Windsor Castle Consultation, High Level Political Forum, Pakistan & Malawi programs, Utah URI at the World Parliament of Religions, UPEC programs, Earth Calling SOS, World Ocean Day event, and WHALE becoming a UNTWO Affiliate.

2014 Annual Report - Highlights - Logic of Nonsense Conference, Pakistan & Malawi programs, Sacred Tree Project, Utah URI interfaith programs, UPEC Small families Campaign, Earth Calling SOS series, Richard Jordan, Workshop at the U.N. and Sustainable Tourism Consultation, Tour de Turtles, Anna Maria Island, Walt Disney Imagineers.

2013 Annual Report - Highlights WHALE Blue Community Video Series, UPEC Media Campaign, Global Healing Malawi.

2012 Annual Report Highlights - WHALE support of USF Patel College, programs in Pakistan, & Malawi .

2011 Annual Report Highlights - Disney Shareholder Meeting, Sustainable Tourism Programs, New Pakistan Program, Phil Lane Jr.

2010 Annual Report Highlights - UNEP Meeting in D.C., UPEC GPI, Launch of Blue Community program, UNA USA support.

2009 Annual Report Highlights - UPEC begins GPI Study, Waves of Change pilot program in Key West, FL & Tampa Bay

2008 Annual Report Highlights - UNEP Conf. in Monaco, Meeting with African Embassies, Art Forms launched.

2007 Annual Report Highlighs - U.N. Internatonal Days Series, UN Disaster Reduction work in Geneva, Sol Sudan School built.

2006 Annual Report Highliights - Founding of IOI USA n FL,, U.S. State Dept Interfaith Dialougue, Sudan School Construction start

2005 Annual Report  Highlights - Attending G8 Summit in Edinberg, Scotland, Implementing IOI USA, Africa Projects

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