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Abstract:Historically, over the past century and a half, the economy in developed countries has grown at a rapid pace compared to the centuries before. This progress was accompanied by uncontrolled consumption of non-renewable natural resources, which in the near future began to threaten the world with environmental disasters. Now the scientific community is concerned about correcting the situation. To solve this problem, the UN has developed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) program. One of the tools to achieve the goals set in this program is the work of various international organizations. Their tasks include the development, realization and implementation of various programs and activities aimed at achieving goals.
Keywords:ecology, international organizations, Millennium Development Goals, sustainable development, United Nations
JEL-Classification: F53, F64, Q56
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