Geneva Environment Network

Founding Year: 1999

Staff: 6

Budget:

Amélie Taoufiq (President)

It provides a “forum for the exchange of ideas and for the development of synergies between projects.” It “raises public awareness of global environmental problems and highlights measures that can be taken by individuals to protect the environment.” The network is a “cooperative partnership of over 75 environment and sustainable development organizations based in the International Environment House and elsewhere in the Geneva area, including United Nations offices and programmes, non-governmental organizations, local authorities and academic institutions.”

Publications:

  • Newsletter
  • Articles
  • Reports
  • Videos
  • Geneva Green Guide: “is a reference tool on the numerous intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, business organizations, academic institutions and local governmental authorities working on environmental and sustainable development topics in Geneva and its surrounding region.”

HIGHLIGHTS:

 

Geneva Environment Network contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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