United Nations Resource Management System (UNRMS) is a comprehensive, sustainable resource management system that supports the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Sustainable resource management is defined as the total of policies, strategies, regulations, investments, operations and capabilities within the framework of public, public-private and civil society partnerships, and based on environmental-socio-economic viability and technical feasibility, which determine what, when and how resources are developed, produced, consumed, reused and recycled by the society. Sustainable resource management using UNRMS is intended for optimizing sustainable benefits to stakeholders within the people-planet-prosperity triad.
United Nations Resource Management System: An overview of concepts, objectives and requirements is available here. United Nations Resource Management System - Guiding principles and structure is available here.
The Second UNRMS Workshop will provide an overview of the UNRMS tool-kit, and the concrete applications being developed to address the diverse environmental-social-economic and technological aspects of integrated and sustainable development of natural resources.
The Workshop will address:
- COP26 outcomes, sustainable resource management and UNRMS
- UNRMS state of the play
- Key issues in UNRMS application and the energy transition
- Resource Supply System
- Blockchain supported tool for assuring circularity in resource management
- UNFC based resource management
- UNRMS and the value addition principle
- Clean Energy Index
- Q&A, Discussions
A detailed programme will be available here soon.
To participate, please register here. Please note that the Registration closes on 24 November 18:00 hrs CET.