By the end of June, the island of Sicily will be in its second full summer without a single typhoon or hurricane.
That is a milestone for the region, which is one of Europe’s most resilient in the face of climate change.
But the island, like many others, has been hit hard by a lack of rain.
As of June 6, more than 70 per cent of the island had no rainfall.
In the south, on the other hand, the region is already experiencing an extreme drought.
That means that, by the end in June, it will be too late to enjoy the country’s beaches, resorts, golf courses and other natural attractions, as well as some of the countrys most iconic buildings and landmarks.
In addition, even though the number of people is falling, the number is expected to remain relatively high.
The country has seen a sharp decline in the number and size of its population, with the number dropping from 9.3 million in 2008 to 6.5 million today.
By 2020, there will be only 2.6 million people living on the island.
And by the time the island recovers, the population is expected lower still.
There is no sign that this will change any time soon.
“We have the same problem with people, they’re not there.
And the problem of people in this country is not an issue,” said Maria Rosario, the secretary of the Ministry of Tourism and Sport in the south.
“There are many people who are not working.
It’s an empty building, they have no business,” she said.
And that’s why the ministry is calling for all of Sicily to go on the same holiday plans as last year, with a focus on tourism.
“Our goal is to attract the same number of tourists as last years.
We’re going to try to offer more activities,” Rosario said.
The ministry has already put in place measures that are designed to attract more people, like offering more discounts on accommodation.
There are also plans to build an additional tourism centre to cater to the needs of the tourist sector, which has been in decline for a number of years.
However, the minister said that there are still more things to do.
“The problem is that we don’t have the infrastructure for that.
And it’s also not possible to make sure that there is enough facilities for the tourist community,” she explained.
Tourism is an essential part of the economy of Sicily, but with so many people living elsewhere, it is also an area where there are concerns about climate change and its effects on the economy.
The island is the third most populous island in Europe, after Spain and Greece, and the number one tourist destination in the country.
Tourism accounts for a quarter of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), making up around 10 per cent to 11 per cent.
But that is dwarfed by the problems caused by climate change, which are affecting the tourism sector and the country as a whole.
The International Monetary Fund has estimated that the cost of protecting the tourism industry could cost the country up to $50 billion.
In June, there were reports that the government was preparing a report that would outline the potential impact of climate changes on the tourism economy.
However Rosario denied that the ministry has any plans to introduce a carbon tax.
“It’s not a carbon levy, it’s not even a carbon rebate, it doesn’t cover that,” she argued.
“In our country we don`t have a carbon scheme.
We have a system that we have already established.
But we want to increase tourism, so it’s a matter of creating the right conditions,” she added.
The government is currently working on an infrastructure plan that includes the development of a national marine and coastal protection system, as part of a plan to reduce the number, size and pollution levels of coastal waters.
“You don’t see such a big reduction in the amount of pollution, the size of the marine areas, in the last few years, in terms of the number.
We don’t want that.
We want to maintain the environment, so we have to be more environmentally conscious, she said, adding that it is crucial to create a climate-friendly environment.
The tourism sector in Sicily has been a key driver of the regional economy for decades.
It accounts for 15 per cent and 10 per.cent of the total economy, respectively, but has seen significant decline in recent years.
The economy is estimated to have shrunk by about 20 per cent in the five years to 2020.
We all have to pay attention to the environment and the environment is a very important thing in this case,” she insisted. “
Every person is responsible for the environment.
We all have to pay attention to the environment and the environment is a very important thing in this case,” she insisted.
“This is a good example of the impact of change, the impact on tourism,” Rosaria said.
She noted that some of her colleagues in