One question asked how to enhance the opportunities for sustainable wildlife-tourism? Mr Rico Hizon, facilitator of the High Level Panel discussion "For our Pacific region, sharks are more valuable to our communities alive, than dead. Whales are more valuable to our Pacific communities alive, than dead.
She took on the main business role in earlyand began to occasionally present the overnight shift in the same year.
She became a regular presenter on the overnight shift inreplacing Martine Croxall. Babita studied at the University of Wales where she attained a degree in journalism, film and broadcasting.
She later returned to television, still in Dubai, becoming a regular on-screen presentetr for Ajman TV, scripting, producing and presenting the weekly music show The Twix Mix. Returning to the UK inBabita joined BBC Radio Berkshire, firstly as a travel presenter, later becoming a producer and Broadcast Journalist, responsible for presenting the five minute hourly bulletins.
She was then the programme's main presenter for a year, prior to joining the news channel. Hizon started his broadcast career at Manila-based GMA Network, from towhere he was responsible for covering capital markets, banking and finance, real estate, investment and corporate developments.
He is the youngest ever recipient.
OctoberBank of the Philippine Islands recognized Hizon for bringing honor and recognition to our country worldwide with the BPinoy Award, and for advocating important Filipino values and principles, Rico received the 1st ever Yes The Filipino Can!RICO HIZON: Australia’s State Minister Steve Ciobo is currently leading a week-long business delegation to China and is talking to our Beijing correspondent, Stephen McDonell.
STEVEN CIOBO: We take China as it is. Clearly, there's been a slowdown in growth from being plus 7 .
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Facilitated by Mr Rico Hizon, the presenter of the Asia Business Report, BBC, a range of questions were posed to the high level panel, prompting the discussion that linked the CMS with the SDG's.
One question asked how to enhance the opportunities for sustainable wildlife-tourism? Rico Hizon is a Filipino broadcast journalist with BBC World rutadeltambor.com anchors Newsday and Asia Business Report, which is broadcast to more than million households worldwide.
He is the first-ever Filipino news anchor to work for two of the world's most prestigious television news networks - CNBC Asia and BBC World News. Rico Hizon anchors BBC’s Newsday and Asia Business Report, which are broadcast to an international audience of million.
He is a graduate of De La Salle University and worked for GMA News and Current Affairs before transferring to BBC in The programme is co-hosted by Babita Sharma (Monday-Wednesday) in London w ith Rico Hizon in Singapore. The programme is broadcast around the world on BBC World News and shown in the UK on the domestic BBC News Channel.
It gives international news with a specific focus on Asia and its financial markets.