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The Inventory Management Plan is produced to document UNOPS Environmental Inventory process, in support of the Strategy for Sustainability Management in the UN System 2020-2030. It provides a transparent disclosure of the methodology underpinning UNOPS environmental footprint and activity data. The results of the inventory feed into UNOPS Annual Report to the Executive Board, based on the Global Reporting Initiative framework.
The new partnership will support efforts to improve the safety of road infrastructure and enhance access to safe, affordable and accessible transport systems for all.
The Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) prioritized shifting gears to ensure that LDCs are firmly in the driver’s seat on the road to prosperity.
On the margins of the UN Water Conference, the UN Development Programme and the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries will host a high-level conference at UN City aimed at strengthening international cooperation to promote oceans governance and a sustainable fishing industry. UNOPS Acting Executive Director Jens Wandel will deliver welcoming remarks for the event.
UNOPS has launched a new strategy that aims to strengthen the organization’s commitment to gender and social inclusion in its work.
Supporting sustainable procurement could help drive economic development in Least Developed Countries – here's how.
Statement by Jens Wandel, Acting Executive Director of UNOPS, at the First regular session of the Executive Board, 31 January 2023
Statement by Jens Wandel Acting Executive Director, UNOPS to UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board Special session 2022, 30 November 2022
UNOPS welcomes the publication of independent reviews of failures associated with its Sustainable Infrastructure Investments and Innovation (S3i) initiative.
UNOPS latest report paves a path towards responding to the climate crisis and building a sustainable future that leaves no one behind, offering recommendations to develop infrastructure that is equitable, accessible, affordable, empowering and does no harm.