United Nations Task Force on Environment and Human Settlements
Equipe spéciale chargée de l'environnement et des établissements humains
following proposal of the Secretary-General of United Nations (UN). Organizations most concerned: United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment); United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). Completed deliberations 15 July 1998.
Develop the institutional response to environmental and human settlements challenges seen in the new international context so as to build a new international system through greater unity of purpose, greater coherence of effort and greater agility in responding to an increasingly dynamic and complex world; make recommendations on how existing United Nations structures and arrangements in the field may be optimally designed to deal with problems that will concern the global community in the next decade.Available with paid subscription only.
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