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Committee on Sustainable Energy

Introduction

The Committee on Sustainable Energy is an intergovernmental body that provides member States with a platform for international dialogue and cooperation. It is mandated to carry out a programme of work in the field of sustainable energy with a view to providing access to affordable and clean energy to all, in line with the “Sustainable Energy for All” initiative of the Secretary-General, and to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of the energy sector. 

Committee Objectives       Structure of the Committee     Committee Bureau

In focus

The complexity of the energy equation is one of the reasons that the Committee on Sustainable Energy decided that the challenges of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are best met through the integrative nexus activities that "energy for sustainable development" offers. Through the flagship project "Pathways to Sustainable Energy" UNECE is now exploring alternative pathways countries might consider for achieving their national targets while contributing to global and regional objectives. An open-ended consultation offered on 16 May 2019 will feature inputs from the six subsidiary bodies of the Committee to the "Pathways to Sustainable Energy"project. Read more

Highlights

Events

25 to 27 September 2019
Salle XXVI, Palais des Nations, Geneva

16 May 2019
Room VIII, Palais des Nations, Geneva

14 to 15 May 2019
Salle S4, Palais des Nations, Geneva