The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has released a new quiz to help those interested in the WTO’s environmental protection.
The quiz includes an environmental protection assessment (EPA) question, as well as an environment protection assessment questionnaire, a questionnaire to determine your qualifications and skills and a final report card.
The WTO said it is adding the environmental protection questions to the EPA for “a further update to the WFOE questionnaire”.
The EPA will be updated on December 17.
The WTO Environment Protection Assessment (EPS) questions are:Who are the countries involved in the World Bank programme?
Why do you think the World Trade Organisation (WTO) is in charge of the World Environment Facility (WEF)?
Why do the WTO members believe in the necessity of the EPP?
What do you see as the most important aspects of the WTO’s programme to help the World Economy?
What is the WTP programme?
How do you define the WTF programme?
The EPS questions are being released alongside the WIPO’s EPP questionnaire, which will be available from December 15.
The WIPE questionnaire, on the other hand, is being released in advance of the WPTU (World Trade Organization Transparency Unit) deadline on December 20.
If you missed out on the EPUQ, the WTSU questionnaire, and the WTWU questionnaire in the previous weeks, you can still get them now.
The World Trade Organization (WFO) is the world’s trade body.
The WTO is the global umbrella organisation that oversees the global trade of all goods and services, as it was established by the United Nations in 1988.
The WEF is a body set up by the World Health Organization to coordinate WHO’s international health work.
The WTO’s environmental monitoring programme aims to provide accurate information about the use, impact and benefits of environmental protection policies and actions.
WTO-WTO partnershipThe WTP is a joint WTO-WWF initiative.
In February 2017, the World Business Council (WBC) and the World Council for International Trade (WCOIT) became WTO partners.
The partnership is expected to help increase transparency around WTO policies and programmes and to strengthen the World Development Bank’s ability to help WTO member countries with their environmental management and development.