UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT ASSEMBLY
The United Nations Environment Assembly is the World’s highest-level decision-making body in the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP.) It addresses the critical environmental challenges facing the World today and meets biennially to set priorities for global environmental policies and develop international environmental law. Through its resolutions and calls to action, the Assembly provides leadership and catalyses intergovernmental action on the environment. Decision-making requires broad participation, which is why the Assembly provides an opportunity for all member states to help design solutions for our planet’s health.
This committee is suitable for both inexperienced and highly experienced delegates.
1. Marine pollution and excessive plastic usage,
2.Potential implications of U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.