The United Nations Organization (UNO) is an international organization that now includes 193 states. Its objective is to ensure international peace and security.
United Nations Environment Organization (UN Environmental Organization) defines the international environnemental programme, promotes the consistent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system and serves in the defense of the international environment.
Its mission is to encourage partnerships in the management of the environment, to inform and enable people to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.
The UN Environment Assembly is its governing body. It makes strategic decisions on environmental sustainability issues, promotes a strong science-policy interface, and contributes substantially to intergovernmental processes and UN negotiations.
Sources : un.org – unenvironnement.org – United Nations Non-Gouvernemental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS)
Credibility of the project Manta: supported by experts in their fields (ocean plastic pollution, renewable energies, recycling, waste recovery), it is recognized as one of the potential solutions for safeguarding the oceans.
International exposure of the Manta project with the opportunity to work with UN governments and civil society representatives already working on the subject and to raise awareness among others (provide written and oral contributions to public meetings; receive relevant documents, as do Member States; participate in agenda development and decision-making processes; attend Committee of the Whole plenary sessions and ministerial consultations as observers and exchange views and dialogue with the governments present).