UN Environment has updated the draft Roadmap to the fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly for the Governing Bodies of UN Environment.

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This March, at the 6th International Marine Debris Conference in San Diego, the Global Plastics Alliance (GPA) presented a technical session on our progress and solutions to address marine debris. Our panel featured GPA members from associations in The Philippines, South Africa, South America, Europe and the United States. Together, we used this opportunity to announce our 4th GPA Progress Report which highlighted 355 projects undertaken by 74 plastics industry associations in 40 countries to help prevent and better understand marine litter. The work underway now represents an increase of more than three and a half times the number of projects since 2011 when the Declaration of the Global Plastics Associations for Solutions on Marine Litter was announced.

UN Environment has released a draft Roadmap to the fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly for the Governing Bodies of UN Environment. This Roadmap is updated regularly.

The Business Symposium will mark the growing recognition for business’ role and responsibility in achieving the sustainable development goals, and the renewed commitment the business community has made to engage with UN Environment and its member states through the launch of the Global Business Alliance for the Environment (GBA4E) which will help to coordinate more business engagement.

The Business Symposium will offer the opportunity to engage a broad cross-section of business representatives in dialogue with UN staff, governments and civil society on the key themes of UNEA 3, with a focus on business’ contribution to achieving a pollution-free planet. Confirmed speakers include:

The first of its kind, the Business Symposium will mark the growing recognition for business’role and responsibility in achieving the sustainable development goals, and the renewed commitment the business community has made to engage with UNEnvironmentand its member states through the launch of the Global Business Alliance for the Environment (GBA4E) which will help to coordinate more business engagement. 

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The GBA4E membership is focused on making UNEA3 a success. Find out how GBA4E is focused on delivering tangible inputs and fostering dialogue with UNEP, its member states and other stakeholders.