Member States of the UN are discussing options for establishing a Global Pact for the Environment, seeking to unify international environmental law principles. If adopted, the Global Pact would codify key environmental rights and duties as well as fill gaps in international environmental legislation.
Learn more about where things stand at our side-event at UNEA-4 in Nairobi. 15 March 2019, 13:30-14:30, Green Tent, UNEP Campus In cooperation with the European Environmental Bureau, World Animal Net, and the Instituto...
Capacity building workshop on the UN system, on lobbying member states, and tools to engage in UNEA and the Sustainable Development Goals.
At an official side-event in the Major Groups Tent at the 3rd United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-3) on 4 December 2017, Stakeholder Forum presented the Governance for Global Sustainability Partnership and sought input to the workplan from civil society and other stakeholder representatives, as well as member state delegates attending the event.
UNEP Governing Council: Post Scriptum to Building a New Governance Model for Environmental Sustainability
Hundreds of environment ministers, decision makers, scientists, civil society representatives and business leaders met from 18-22 February 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya for the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) first universal session of the Governing Council. The purpose of the Governing Council was to review important and emerging policy issues in the field of the environment and to start implementing the agreements reached at the Rio+20 Conference.