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Zimbabwe: Zim to Take Part In Environment Assembly

Zimbabwe: Zim to Take Part In Environment Assembly

At the fifth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA), which will be held in Kenya today, Zimbabwe will join other member states.

The UNEA brings together representatives from the 193 UN member states, businesses, civil society, and other stakeholders to discuss policies to address the most pressing environmental issues in the world.

This year’s session has the theme “Strengthening Activities for Nature to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals”.

The Environmental Management Agency (EMA), which released a statement, said that it would be represented by Mangaliso Nadlovu, Minister for Environment, Climate and Tourism, and other senior government officials.

“Just after UNEA5-2 there will be a special meeting to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations Environment Programme. [email protected]From March 3rd to March 20, 2022

“The theme for the [email protected]The theme of the event is “Strengthening UNEP to implement the environmental dimension of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”

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“It marks 50 year since the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment. This conference is widely known as the Stockholm Conference.

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