United Nations Environment
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), or UN Environment, is the leading global environmental governing body. The mission of the UNEP is to provide leadership and encourage cooperation in informing and enabling states and their peoples to improve quality of life without compromising future generations.
Founded in June 1972, UNEP acts as the coordinating body for the United Nation’s environmental policies and agenda, and has played a significant role in identifying, analysing, and mitigating global environmental concerns.
This committee will consist of 20 delegates representing their assigned Member States, discussing:
1. Stewardship of Ocean Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction
2. Responsible Resource Consumption Within Sustainable Cities