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The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), established in 1972, coordinates the UN's environmental activities and assists developing countries in implementing sustainable policies. Technically, it conducts environmental assessments, sets global environmental agendas, and promotes international cooperation. UNEP operates through its headquarters in Nairobi, regional offices, and various thematic divisions. Its work includes monitoring environmental conditions, advocating for climate action, and managing global initiatives like the Paris Agreement. UNEP's relevance is crucial in addressing climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution, making it a key player in global efforts to ensure environmental sustainability and resilience.

Agenda: Addressing Global Environmental Challenges through Collaborative Policies and Sustainable Development Initiatives.


The main driver of environmental degradation is disintegrated human efforts which are deforestation, greenhouse gas emission, burning fossil fuels etc. By integrating environmental sustainability into all aspects of policy and development, the global community can tackle these challenges head-on, ensuring a healthier, more resilient planet for future generations.

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