GS Paper - 3 (Environment)

The Fifth UN Environment Assembly (UNEA) concluded in Nairobi with 14 resolutions to strengthen actions for nature to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The Assembly is made up of the 193 UN Member States and convenes every two years to advance global environmental governance.

These are the 14 resolutions

  1. Resolution to End plastic pollution: Towards an international legally binding instrument
  2. Resolution on an Enhancing Circular Economy as a contribution to achieving sustainable consumption and production
  3. Resolution on Sustainable Lake Management
  4. Resolution on Nature-based Solutions for Supporting Sustainable Development
  5. Resolution on the environmental dimension of a sustainable, resilient and inclusive post COVID-19 recovery
  6. Resolution on Biodiversity and Health
  7. Resolution-Animal WelfareEnvironmentSustainable Development Nexus
  8. Resolution on Sustainable Nitrogen Management
  9. Resolution on Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure
  10. Resolution on the Sound Management of Chemicals and Waste
  11. Resolution for a Science-Policy Panel to contribute further to the sound management of chemicals and waste and to prevent pollution
  12. Resolution text on environmental aspects of minerals and metals management
  13. Resolution on the Future of the Global Environment Outlook
  14. Resolution due regard to the principle of equitable geographical distribution, in accordance with paragraph 3 of article 101 of the Charter of the UN