Unep Small Scale Funding Agreement

A collection of resource documents relevant to financing, resource mobilization and the Environment Fund, including monitoring strategies and reports. In addition, dedicated funds (which are allocated to a project, theme, country, etc.) or which are “allocated”, allow us to expand and replicate our program in more countries and with more partners. Major donors include the Global Environment Facility, the Green Climate Fund and the European Commission. We work under the umbrella of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and identify and address the most relevant environmental issues of our time. Our work is made possible by partners who fund and support our mission, and we depend on voluntary contributions for 95% of our income. “We are having excellent discussions with our Nordic partners on the importance of multilateralism in an increasingly important way. Around the world, we work in partnership with governments, the scientific community, the private sector, civil society and other UN agencies and international organizations. We bring together partners to agree on solutions to our common environmental challenges, for example through the United Nations Environment Assembly. The overall objective of the project is to support the implementation of the ICZC Protocol in the Mediterranean by developing region-wide coordination mechanisms and instruments to address climate variations and changes in the region. This is achieved through the implementation of four components: the Environment Facility is our key source of flexibility and is the foundation of our global work.

For example, it supports the implementation of our work programme, which is endorsed by our 193 Member States. Representatives of the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – met with the secretariat of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) for two days in Nairobi in October. The expert produces a report on the above-mentioned point: the 2020 consultations between the five Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) sparked substantial and open discussions on issues such as climate change, nature and sustainable development, say the participants…


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