Organization Intergovernmental Organizations
Geneva Environment Network | GEN
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The Geneva Environment Network (GEN) is a cooperative partnership of over 100 environmental and sustainable development organizations based at the International Environment House in Geneva and the surrounding region. They include United Nations offices and programmes, intergovernmental institutions, non-governmental organizations, local authorities and academic institutions.
Established in 1999, the GEN Secretariat organizes and hosts meetings, roundtables, briefings and workshops promoting the dissemination of information and public awareness on environmental issues.
The GEN Secretariat is supported by the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment and is administered by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Claudia SchiavelliClaudia is a junior research and communications consultant at the Geneva Environment Network, focusing on end plastic pollution and chemicals and waste agendas.
Jan Harvey ParafinaHarvey is a communicator, working now as a research and communications consultant for the Geneva Environment Network under the UN Environment Programme.
Marina GarlattiMarina was an Environment Affairs Intern within the Geneva Environment Network during 2022-2023
Patrick De PinhoPatrick De Pinho is an Environment Affairs Intern at the Geneva Environment Network.
The Infrastructure Sustainability Learning Model: Building Capacity for the Next Generation of Sustainable Infrastructure
12 Jun 2023 13:00 – 14:30
International Environment House II (Chemin de Balexert 7-9, Châtelaine) & Online
UNEP Resources and Markets Branch, GEN, GIZ, Nicholas Institute
Chemicals and Waste Issues of Concern: Tackling Future Priorities
15 Jun 2023 13:00 – 14:30
International Environment House II & Online
UNEP Chemicals and Health Branch, GEN
Health and the environment – Perspectives from International Geneva
Geneva Beat Plastic Pollution Dialogues – 2nd Series
GENeva Nature-based Solutions Dialogues