Introduction to Related Organizations





United Nations Environment Programme

In January 1973 established the United Nations Environment Programme (United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP) is the United Nations system for global environmental affairs department and the lead authority, based in Nairobi, in Europe, North America, Asia, or setting up 6 regional offices in Brussels, New York, Cairo and Geneva liaison office set up with 4. 

The Programme aims 促进 the field of environment Nei's international cooperation and makes policy recommendations; in the United Nations system, environmental guidance and coordination within the total planning policies and the review Guihua periodic reports; review the world environmental situation in order to ensure that the emerging, international wide-ranging implications of environmental issues due consideration by national governments; regular review of national and international environmental policies and measures on developing countries to increase the impact and cost issues; promote environmental knowledge acquisition and sharing of information. 

The Council is the lead agency for the main body, comprising the Secretariat and the GEF, and in New York, Geneva and other seven cities in a regional office or liaison office. All United Nations Member States, specialized agencies of the members and the International Atomic Energy Agency members may join. Achim Steiner, the German environmental expert on June 15, 2006 to succeed Klaus Furr as UNEP Executive Director of the term of 4 years. 

After the founding of UNEP, its activities mainly: (1) Environmental assessment: specific work sectors, including the Global Environment Monitoring System, the global data query system, the International Centre of Potentially Toxic Chemicals. (2) Environmental management: environmental planning, including human settlements and human health and environmental health, terrestrial ecosystems, marine, energy, natural disasters, environment and development, and environmental law. (3) Support measures: including environmental education, training, technical assistance and other environmental information. 

Publications: 'United Nations Environment Programme News' (UNEP News) monthly. 

China since 1973 for its member countries to send their headquarters in 1976, the Permanent Representative of, and participate in the Department or with other organizations in related activities. September 19, 2003, UNEP Office in Beijing, and students can, which is the world's developing countries, the agency set up in the first national office.

National Energy Board

(A) of proposed energy development strategies; monitoring the situation of energy development, energy development organization of the investigation, analysis of trends in energy development; of national economic and social development, energy needs, proposed to meet the economic and social development needs and ensure energy security, energy development strategy. 

(B) To study and formulate energy development plans and annual guidance plan; organizations on energy exploration and development, technology innovation, production and construction and conservation of the investigation, analysis of energy exploration and development, technology innovation, production and construction and conservation of the major issues; proposed energy development objectives and measures, planning of energy exploration and development, production and market supply of the layout of the building; review of major energy projects. 

(C) of proposed energy development policy and industrial policy; analysis of fiscal and tax policy, monetary policy, price policy, trade policy, foreign policy, consumer policy for energy development and the impact of supply and demand; made to promote energy development, energy conservation, energy security and technological innovation policy recommendations, the drafting of relevant laws and regulations; guide the energy industry technical regulations and technical standards development. 

(D) of the energy reform proposals put forward; organization of energy systems research, analysis of major issues of energy system, put forward reform proposals, coordination of the energy system's major problems. 

(E) promote the implementation of sustainable energy development strategy, organization of renewable energy and new energy development and utilization, organize and guide the energy sector energy conservation, energy utilization and environmental protection. 

(F) to fulfill the government's external cooperation and management of energy functions; responsible for energy audits of major foreign cooperation projects, responsible for energy exploration and development, production and construction and technical exchanges, organization and coordination of external cooperation; responsible for the energy sector with foreign governments and the International Energy Agency energy meeting contacts with counterparts; foreign energy information and policy. 

(G) is responsible for bridging the energy balance of the key enterprises in development planning and production of construction plans, coordinate and solve major problems in production and construction enterprises. 

(H) for guiding the development of local energy planning, link building and local energy production supply and demand balance. 

(I) is responsible for the work of the National Petroleum Reserve. 

(J) undertake other tasks assigned by the Commission leaders.