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How do you 'green' a massive organisation like the UN?

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The United Nations (UN) has its work cut out. It is, after all, charged with keeping the world at peace, as well as promoting economic development, social progress, human rights, civil liberties, and democracy. And these are tricky times - with a subdued global economy, growing population and resource crunches there's never been a greater need for it to have an impact. However, the size and structure of the UN means it's at risk of inefficiency, discordance and inflexibility. At the Rio+20 conference in June 2012, member states called on the UN system to improve the management of its facilities and operations - and to do this by putting sustainable development practices at the heart of it. This is where we came in - to help the UN form and articulate a sustainability vision that would cut through the complexity and create real change in working practices. read more




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Fundación Ingeniería Civil de Galicia ETS Ingeniería de Caminos Canales y Puertos Universidade da Coruña