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UNEP and China: A shared green dream
2021-10-20 13:50  

 

 

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The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) was established on the basis of recommendation by the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Environment in Stockholm and upon the resolution of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 1972. The Stockholm Conference, one of several earliest UN conferences attended by a Chinese government delegation after the restoration of the country's lawful seat in the UN in 1971, also marked the start of a partnership between the UNEP and China. Shortly after the conference, the Chinese government set up its initial environmental protection agency – the State Council Environmental Protection Leadership Group Office – and held the first national conference on environment protection.

Soon after the UNEP's official establishment in 1973 in Nairobi, the Chinese government entered into a formal partnership with the Organization by setting up its permanent mission to it. In 2003, UNEP opened its office in Beijing, UNEP's first country office.

Since its establishment, UNEP has maintained a sound and close partnership with China. Lasting mutual support as well as diverse and expanding pragmatic cooperation between the two sides has led to rewarding results.

China's effective environmental protection at the domestic level is not only a premise for its own sustainable development and the improvement of its environmental quality and public wellbeing, but also a significant contribution to the global green cause. UNEP, together with the cooperation mechanisms and action initiatives launched and led by it, is an indispensable channel for China to follow-up the latest progress, trends and developments of the global environmental endeavors, and to draw on good policies, practices and experience of other countries.

Since the 1992 Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, China's role in regional and global environmental protection efforts has transformed from a participant, follower and contributor to a leader, adding even more positivity to its image as a responsible major country.

Looking forward, China is expected to strengthen international cooperation and multilateralism. UNEP will remain a strategic partner in further strengthening China's role in international environmental governance, defending the interests of the developing world, building a community with a shared future for mankind and promoting ecological progress. Platforms and mechanisms put in place by UNEP are an irreplaceable channel for China to share with other developing countries its good practices and experiences in this regard.

 

 

From China Media Group 2021.10.12

 

 

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