United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

The United Nations Environment Programme acts as the leading global authority in environmental matters and it sets the agenda for Member States to follow. The UNEP also promotes plans on how to implement environmental factors with sustainable development within the United Nations system and serving as the advocate for the environment at the world stage.

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Introducing your chairs...

Luca Balogh

Luca Balogh

Luca Balogh is a second-year student at Sciences Po Paris – Dijon Campus majoring in Political Humanities. Originally from Hungary, she has spent most of her life abroad giving her the love for different cultures and places. Passionate about languages, she speaks French and English and is actively learning German, Russian and Polish. Thus, during her third undergraduate year in the beautiful cultural capital of Poland, Krakow, she will be more than eager to learn the native
language. 

Her MUN career started back in 2015 and ever since, as chair and delegate in multiple conferences, she was looking for as many opportunities as possible to continue discovering the secrets of the “MUN world”.  This year it will be her first time attending PIMUN and she is looking forward to meet all of the wonderful people participating in it.

UNEP_Savvas Marcou

Savvas Marcou

Savvas studies Geophysics at Imperial College London and will be going into his second year in September. He was introduced to the MUN world in 2013 back in his native Cyprus and hasn’t looked back since. He became a mainstay for the island’s biggest high school conference, MEDIMUN, eventually serving as its President of the General Assembly in 2017.

His MUN experience is long and varied, from delegate to chair, and from Secretariat official to organizer. He jumped straight into the university MUN circuit last year, and is very excited for OxIMUN 2019, which will be his first university conference as chair. Aside from chairing, he will also be the Secretary of Training for Imperial’s MUN society (ICMUN) in 2019-20.

Outside of MUN, Savvas is a keen traveler and explorer. As a genuine earth scientist, he enjoys the great outdoors, and never misses an opportunity to talk to people about how earth science rocks. He usually enjoys music, movies and sports when earth science or MUN don’t keep him too busy.

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