In this committee, delegates will delve into the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), specifically its current effects on developing nations. The body will also dive into the environmental impacts of industrial development in third world nations supported by UNIDO, most importantly actions to improve the accessibility of clean energy to boost countries’ economies. Delegates should be prepared to have lively debate over the most effective solutions to combat climate change, while still providing a chance for underdeveloped nations to economically prosper. Due to diverging interests of many local governments, it will be necessary to form environmental agreements that can be reconciled with current regulations. After, the committee shall work to be conscious of the history of imperialism and the morality of interference. Each nation will have a different perspective on outside countries’ involvement and their own national sovereignty. Throughout the committee, delegates should stay true to their nation’s ideals while seeking to benefit their own economy and work multilaterally alongside the other members of UNIDO.
|UNIDO: The Intersection of Industry and the Environment Background Guide|
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