Debate in the Science and Environment Center at UN event

According to the program of VI. UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-6), which will be held in the capital of Kenya from March 26 to 1, there will be an event on this day focusing on citizen science and its fundamental support for AAMs and will present a charter about it , what needs to change to realize this potential.

This session will feature a panel discussion to discuss citizens' participation in the co-creation processes of these agreements. An interaction will then be opened with the public to find out their opinion on the issue. At the end of these activities there will be a joint presentation by the Presidents of the Global Citizen Science Partnership and the United Nations Science and Technology Major Group A Charter for Citizen Science and MEAs.

In parallel, the High-Level Dialogue on Strengthening the Science-Policy Interface for the Effective Implementation of Environmental Commitments will address the need for transformative change to address the three global environmental crises: climate change, nature loss, biodiversity and pollution.

You will also look at ways to strengthen science-policy interfaces in UNEA and AAM decision-making. and they will talk about best practices where scientific knowledge and insights have helped to successfully address environmental challenges.

This sixth session since the establishment of the UNEA-6 Assembly in 2014 will be attended by 150 ministers and deputy ministers from more than 180 countries and a record number of five thousand delegates, including seven heads of state, as well as experts, activists and industry representatives.

Among the leaders set to attend the global event is Kenya's President William Ruto, who will feature in the high-level segment on February 29 and March 1.

20 resolutions and two decisions will be debated, focusing on issues such as solar radiation change, mining, desertification and the circular economy of the sugarcane agricultural industry.

In addition, they will discuss other topics related to highly hazardous pesticides, increasing ecosystem resilience, communities facing droughts and regional cooperation on air quality.