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Middle School 

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) is the main environmental authority in the United Nations system. It was established on December 15, 1972, during the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm, Sweden, due to growing awareness of environmental threats, such as pollution and loss of biodiversity, focused on the protection and preservation of the environment.

The importance of UNEP lies in its ability to provide leadership in coordinating international efforts to address environmental challenges, as well as in promoting policies and practices that foster sustainability at the

global level. The committee has five main objectives, raise awareness among participants about global environmental problems, promote the development of global solutions to these problems, from a comprehensive and sustainable perspective, promote the discussion and adoption of sustainable environmental policies that balance environmental protection with economic and social development, promote international cooperation to address environmental challenges collaboratively, and stimulate innovation in sustainable technologies and practices that contribute to environmental conservation.

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 Manuela Dúran Cabrera
y Manuela Correa Crespo. 

Guía de comité

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