UNEA - The United Nations Environment Assembly

Agenda Item: "Modified Capitalism as a Solution Against Climate Change"

Under-Secretary-General: Abdulrahman Banisheyba

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The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) is the world’s highest-level decision-making body on the environment. UNEA enjoys the universal membership of all 193 UN Member States and the full involvement of major groups and stakeholders. It gathers ministers of environment in Nairobi, Kenya every 2 years. Through UNEA, we can all work together to build a healthier environment to support humanity for generations to come.

Since the introduction of Capitalism in 17th century, the world has witnessed the accelerating negative changes on its environment. Through Capitalism, destruction of environment was possible, then through the same modified Capitalist system the ESOGU-MUN UNEA stand to make the environment better for the worlds on earth and the future generations.

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