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United Nations General Assembly

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Agenda and Delegation

Agenda: Strengthening Global Climate Resilience by Developing

Comprehensive Adaptation Strategies for Vulnerable Nations


As climate change continues to affect nations worldwide, with particularly devastating impacts on vulnerable countries, there is an urgent need for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to address this global challenge comprehensively. This topic invites member states to discuss and develop robust and inclusive climate adaptation strategies that address the unique needs and challenges faced by vulnerable nations. Delegates should consider aspects such as sustainable agriculture, infrastructure resilience, water resources management, and community-based adaptation practices. The discussion aims to foster international cooperation, facilitate the exchange of knowledge and best practices, and mobilize financial and technical support for adaptation measures. By prioritizing the most affected regions and communities, the UNGA seeks to enhance global climate resilience, reduce the risk of climate-induced disasters, and ensure that all nations can adapt to the changing climate while working towards sustainable development goals.

The UNGA Country List

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The Executive Board

Hyojin Lee

Head President, UNGA.

Hyojin Lee currently serves as the Head President of the UNGA.

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Zoe Kim

Deputy President

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Alvin Choi

Associate President

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Noah King


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