UNEP

United Nations Environmental Programme

Committee Description

The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), established in 1972, is a UN agency that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the consistent application of the environmental aspect of sustainable development within the UN, and serves as an authoritative advocate for solving global environmental problems. The activities of UNEP cover a vast range of issues such as the atmosphere, marine and terrestrial ecosystems, environmental governance and green economy. It has been active in funding and implementing environmental development projects, and has worked on the establishment and implementation of various policies with national governments and regional institutions in cooperation with environmental non-governmental organizations.

Agenda

Finding measures to sustain biodiversity in the Great Barrier Reef

Establishing an international framework to regulate the depletion of non-renewable natural resources

Chair Reports

Report 1 by Mark Mitrani
Finding measures to sustain biodiversity in the Great Barrier Reef
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Report 1 by Selen Kazmirci
Establishing an international framework to regulate the depletion of non-renewable natural resources
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