The Third UNRMS Workshop took place on September 7th, with the participation of Teresa Ponce de Leão, President of LNEG and Chair of the UNRMS Sub-group, Expert Group on Resource Management.
The United Nations Resource Management System (UNRMS) is a comprehensive, sustainable resource management system that supports the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. UNRMS is build with the United Nations Framework Classification for Resouces (UNFC) at the core.
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.
The Third UNRMS Workshop focused on UNRMS applications in “Resources as a Service” and “Critical Raw Materials Management.”
More information: https://unece.org/sustainable-energy/events/third-unrms-workshop