Yesterday, June 19, was presented “The Future We Want”, the final document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. The big difference between the Rio +20 Conference and other UN is precisely the strengthening of the social aspects.
After many discussions and negotiations, the delegations reached a consensus on key issues such as strengthening the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the maintenance of the Rio+20 principles and the creation of the Sustainable Development Objectives for 2015.
Moreover, the document also broach issues such as poverty eradication, creation of a council with all UN Member States, the capacity expansion policy of environmental strategies and the creation of an intergovernmental policy forum of high level to discuss sustainability. About the green economy, does not define a single path. The concept is treated as a route to be followed considering the characteristics of countries.
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