The Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum is a unique opportunity for civil society organizations to engage on the agenda of the 2017 UN Environment Assembly. Self-organized by Major Groups and Stakeholders accredited to UN Environment, this multi-stakeholder Forum is open to the participation of accredited and non-accredited civil society organizations, the private sector and Member States. The Forum will allow Major Groups and Stakeholders the opportunity to coordinate their input into both the Open-ended Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives (29 November – 1 December 2017) and the Assembly itself. More information is available here.
Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) stated during the opening ceremony that 27 September
Por Leo Heileman, Director Regional de ONU Medio Ambiente en América Latina y el Caribe.
Leo Heileman, UN Environment Regional Director
Le commerce illégal d'espèces sauvages constitue une menace grave pour certaines espèces animales et végétales dans de nombreuses régions du monde.
Illegal wildlife trade poses a serious threat to certain species of animals and plants across many parts of the world.