UNEP Newsletter after UNEA 6 - find out what happens


UNEA-6 Newsletter - 3 March

Thank you for being one of 5,600 people – representing 190 countries – who took part in all the action at UNEA-6. If you missed any sessions, watch the on-demand videosLooking for the Ministerial Declaration and all outcome documents? The full list is online

What's next?

Now it’s time to take forward the 15 resolutions adopted to advance the work: 

  • on management of metals, mineral resources, chemicals and waste;
  • on environmental assistance and recovery in areas impacted by armed conflict;
  • on integrated water resource management in the domestic sector, agriculture and industry to tackle water stress;
  • on sustainable lifestyles, on rehabilitation of degraded lands and waters 
    and more.  

In the words of the special guest rappers, now it’s time to get with the programme! Take a moment to watch and share that fun video. 
We hope to you in Nairobi at UNEA-7 to be held from 8 to 12 December in 2025. 

In case you missed it

Feedback wanted

Please take a few minutes to complete the post-UNEA survey. Your feedback is important to help improve future meetings.Also, help calculate the environmental footprint of UNEA-6 by sharing some information about your travel to Nairobi.   

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