UN Environment Acting Executive Director Joyce Msuya has issued a forceful call to nations for action ahead of the fourth UN Environment Assembly slated to take place here from March 11 to 15.
“Time is running short,” Msuya wrote in a letter to UN member states.
“We are past pledging and politicking. We are past commitments with little accountability. What’s at stake is life, and society, as the majority of us know it and enjoy it today.”
Citing recent UN reports, Msuya stressed the urgency of addressing climate change and other pressing global challenges.