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Rana Ece ALPER
Academic Assistant
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Şevval Naz ŞENTÜRK

Agenda Item

Agenda Item A: Means of Unified Action on the Matter of Greenwashing

About the committee

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Climate change stands as one of the most pressing crises that humanity has ever faced. As everyone is aware, greenhouse gas emissions are contributing to planetary warming. Despite reports dating back to the early 1970s, the international community and multinational corporations have been reluctant to implement meaningful measures to reduce carbon emissions, citing various reasons for their inaction. This hesitance has accelerated the pace of climate change and exacerbated its impacts. While the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has provided a platform for international cooperation, recent Conference of Parties meetings have failed to produce significant results. Furthermore, a lack of national transparency, accountability, and decisive action indicates that climate change is not being adequately addressed. Additionally, corporations often misleadingly advertise their products as 'eco-friendly,' leading consumers to pay premium prices for them. This situation raises a crucial question: 'Do states and corporations genuinely want to resolve this issue?'


To seek meaningful answers to this question and chart a pathway toward resolution, a climate change summit has been convened for national, regional, and global environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs). At this summit, NGOs such as Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth International, and Climate Action Tracker are expected to share reports, insights, and strategies. The goal is to formulate a mutual declaration and manifesto that will exert pressure on the primary actors in climate change—namely, states and corporations—and empower citizens to advocate for legislative action on this critical issue.




World Wide Fund for Nature

Carbon Care Innolab

Nature Conservancy(USA)

Climate Foundation

Environmental Working Group

Biomimicry Institute

Climate Collaborative

Health and environment alliance (USA)

Environmental Defense Fund (USA)

Catholic Climate Covenant

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)

Afghanistan Environmental Experts Society The Indian Youth Climate Network (IYCN)

Russian Socio-Ecological Union (RSEU)

Climate Secretariat (ClimaSouth)

Global Environmental Institute (GEI)

Beijing Energy Network (BEN)

Instituto Socioambiental (ISA)

Plant for the planet brasil

Japan for Sustainability (JFS)


France Nature Environnement (FNE)

Ecologists in Action (Ecologistas en Acción)

Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (HSPN)

Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion, for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats (TEMA)

Norwegian Society for Conservation of Nature

Mexican Climate Initiative

Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF)

Environment and Conservation Organizations of Aotearoa New Zealand (ECO)

The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SNF)



The Climate Coalition


Climate Action Network Europe

Climate Action Tracker

European Climate Foundation

New Climate Institute

Earth Island Institute

Nature Friends International

Global Footprint Network

Global Witness

Foundation for Environmental Education

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