UN Council to Combat Desertification
UN Council to Combat Desertification

Founding Year: 1994

Staff: 118

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Ibrahim Thiaw (Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary UNCCD)

A global movement aimed at restoring and managing the world’s land for the long-term use of humans and the planet. As a multilateral effort brings together governments, scientists, and communities around a common goal of preventing desertification. Provides a framework for addressing the challenges of land degradation and advancing sustainable land management.

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