无标题文档
交流动态您现在的位置是: 首页» 交流动态
联合国教科文组织通讯第34期
发布时间:2006-11-02    来源:0

UNESCO?United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
ERSEC?Ecological Research for Sustaining the Environment in China

Issue 34 ? May 2006

Comments
This edition was compiled by Ms Solange Guo Chatelard, ERSEC Project Secretariat
For comments or suggestions, please contact: sg.chatelard@unesco.org
ERSEC Project Secretariat
UNESCO Office Beijing
Waijiaogongyu 5-15-3, Jianguomenwai Compound
100600 Beijing
P.R.China


I Conferences, Workshops and News
1. Upcoming Events
Bio-organic Municipal Waste and Landfill Management
June 4-5, 2006, Shenyang, China
The conference is complemented by a training course ‘from Landfill to Sustainable Solid Waste Management’, June 2-7, 2006 at the Institute of Clean Energy and Environmental Engineering (ICEEE), Shenyang Institute for Aeronautical Engineering (SYIAE).
Contact: Ms. Cao, ICEEE, Tel.: 86-24-86806523

World Environment Day (WED)
June 5th 2006, celebrated around the world but the city of Algiers, Algeria, will host the United Nations Environment Programme’s main event.
For more information please visit http://www.unep.org/wed/2006/english/

International Conference on Hydrological Sciences for Managing Water Resources in the Asian Developing World
June 8-10, 2006, Guangzhou, P.R.China
Organisers: Department of Water Resources and Environment, Zhongshan University,
Department of Geography and Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Key Lab. of Water Cycle & Related Land Surface Processes, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
State Key Lab. of Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Sciences, Wuhan University
Website http://cwre.zsu.edu.cn/mwra
Contact: Prof. Liu Zufa, Dr. Jiang Tao, Ms. Huang Fan, Department of Water Resources & Environment, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, China.Tel: 86-20-8411 5902; 86-20-8411 5903, Fax: 86 20 8411 4575. Email: eeslzf@zsu.edu.cn, eesjt@zsu.edu.cn, eeshfan@zsu.edu.cn

China International Environmental Protection Fair 2006
June 8-10, 2006, Dalian, P.R.China
Organisers: Dalian Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau, Dalian Northern International Exhibition Strategy, China Water Pollution Control Council of CAEPI Contact: Zhang Xiangnan, Tel: 86-411-84671097, Email: dlepia@163.com

Urban Development and Planning in China: China Planning Network (CNP) 3rd
Annual Conference
June 14th ?16th , 2006, Beijing China
Organisers: China Planning Network (CPN), the Department of Urban Studies and
Planning at MIT University, and the Ministry of Construction, China.
Contact: guozhan@mit.edu, jinhua@mit.edu, guoming@mit.edu, or visit http://web.mit.edu/dusp/chinaplanning/

The Future of Drylands: Commemorating 50 Years of Drylands Research
International Scientific Conference on Desertification and Drylands Research
June 19-21, 2006, Tunis, Tunisia
Held under the auspices of the President of Tunisia H.E. Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and
sponsored by UNESCO, GEF, DDPA, and the Flemish Government of Belgium.
Partner Organisations: CMS, FAO, ICSU, IFAD, NORAD, OSS, UN/ISDR, UNCCD, UNDP, UNEP, UNU, WMO, and the Office of Arid Lands Studies at the University of Arizona (USA).
Website: www.unesco.org/mab/ecosyst/futureDrylands.htm

Global Cooperation on Energy Efficiency and Its Impediments
June 24- 25, 2006, Beijing, P.R.China
EPA workshop in cooperation with CASS
Convenors: Mehdi Amineh and Shi Dan
Organisers: International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) and CASS, Institute for Industrial Economics.
Contact: Mehdi Amineh email: m.p.amineh@uva.nl

1st UNESCO/UNEP Training Course on “Sustainability in Water Management for Urban and Rural Development”, Shanghai, China, June 23rd -27th 2006
This activity is being organized as part of UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Water Management.
Objective: The 1st UNESCO/UNEP Training Course on “Sustainability in Water Management for Urban and Rural Development” will be held at UNEP institute at Tongji University between the 23rd-27th June 2006.
The purpose of the training course is to introduce advanced technologies to reach sustainability, and exchange recent experience and information on sustainable water management among Chinese and foreign experts and engineers. Decision makers, planners and design engineers on water issues are welcome to join this training course.
For further information:
The Secretariat, Siping Road #1239, UNEP-Tongji Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development, Shanghai 200092, China Tel: 86-21-65985059, 0086- 13661692065 Fax: 86-21-65985059 Email: luzhibo@gmail.com

IFAT China 2006
June 27-30, 2006, Shanghai, P.R.China
Organisers: DWA German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste, IFAT Munich, Messe Muenchen GmbH, Messegelaende. Mrs.
Contact: Gabriele Martens email: martens@dwa.de, Mrs Dettmann email dettmann@messe-muenchen.de. Visit http://www.ifat-china.com

3rd World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists
July 3-7, 2006, Kyoto, Japan
Organisers: Japanese Association of Environmental Economists (AERE) and the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), in cooperation with the Latin American and Caribbean Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (ALEAR)
Contact: wc3-info@congre.co.jp, or visit: http://www.worldcongress3.org

PACE 2006 Summer Camp for Practitioners, Researchers and Students of Environmental and Resource Economics in China
July 18-21, 2006, Qingdao, P.R.China
Organisers: Professional Association for China’s Environment (PACE), SEPA’s Policy Research Centre for Environment and Economy, World Bank’s Development Research Group
Contacts: For paper submission and presentation contact Ms. Jie He or Ms. Qiong Wang at pace2006@chinaenvironment.net . For registration and logistics contact Ms. Yanfang Ren or Mr. Jun Zhou at junzhou80@163.com

International Conference on Anti-Poverty and Regional Cooperation and the 3rd
Annual Conference of the Consortium for Western China Development Studies
August 22nd and 23rd, 2006, Chengdu Sichuan, China
Organisers: The Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development of the State Council, The Office for Western Region Development of the State Council, Sichuan Provincial Government Chongqing Municiap Government, Sichuan University, The Consortium for Western China Development Studies.
Contact: westchina2006@umich.edu. Tel: 86-28-85401227.

8th Meeting of the European Conference for Agriculture and Rural Development in China (ECARDC)
August 31st- Sept 2nd 2006, Zhejiang China
For more information see: www.ecardc.org

IWA 5th World Water Congress
Sept. 10-14, 2006, Beijing, P.R.China
Website: www.iwa2006.org.cn

Better Air Quality (BAT) 2006
Sept. 13-15, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Organiser: Ministry of Environment, Province and City of Yogyakarta, and the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia).
For information visit: www.baq2006.org

Forum on Rural Energy Promotion in Developing Countries (REPDC) 2006
Sept. 15-17, 2006, Beijing, P.R.China
Organiser: China Agricultural University (CAU)
Contact: Dr. Dong Renjie, Tel: 86-(0)10-62736482
Website: www.rrl.org.cn/2006FREPDC

Gi4DM: Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques for Monitoring and Predicting Disasters
Second international symposium on geo information on disaster management
Sept. 25-26, 2006, Goa, India
Organiser: Indian Society for Remote Sensing
More information: www.commission4.isprs.org

Water, Ecosystems and Sustainable Development in Arid and Semi-Rid Zones
Oct. 9-15, 2006, Urumqi China
Organiser: Xinjiang University, China, University of Tehran, Iran, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, France
Contact: Dr. Graciela Schneier-Madanes watarid@ephe.sorbonne.fr, Dr. Liu Zhihui, watarid@xju.edu.cn. Visit: www.ephe.sorbonne.fr/waterarid.htm

International Course and Symposium on “Livestock and Environment Interactions and the Future of Animal Production”
Oct. 16-28, 2006, Zhengzhou, China
Organiser: Henan Agricultural University, Wageningen University, Netherlands.
Contact: Prof. Gao Tengyun tygoa@371.net, Dr. Hans Schiere hans.schiere@wur.nl. Visit: www.iac.wur.nl/iac/courses/livestock

2nd International Young Scientists Global Change Conference
Nov. 7-8, 2006, Beijing, P.R. China
Yong Scientists (aged 35 years or younger) are invited to submit papers and posters on physical, biological and human aspects of global change. For more information please see www.start.org

Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges
Nov. 9-12, 2006, Beijing, P.R.China
Organiser: China National Climate Committee
Contact: email : catherine.michaut@ipsl.jussieu.fr. Visit: www.essp.org/ESSP2006 Tel: 33.1.44272182, Fax : 33.1.44272181

International Management of Resources and Environment for the Service Industry
Mid November 2006, Hong Kong
Contact: Joyce Zhang at glueckjoyce@yahoo.com.cn

The East Asian Seas (EAS) Congress 2006, “Once Ocean, One People, One Vision”
December 12-16, 2006, Haikou City, Hainan Province, China
Organisers: The GEF/UNDP/IMO Partnership in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)
Contact: congress@pemsea.org

2. China’s Headlines
China 'must act on rising claims of scientific fraud' (SciDev.Net 10/05/06)
http://www.scidev.net/News/index.cfm?fuseaction=readNews&itemid=2829&language=1
TV is top for finding out about science in China (SciDev.Net 04/05/06)
http://www.scidev.net/News/index.cfm?fuseaction=readNews&itemid=2818&language=1
China's Pharmaceutical Industry Lacks Innovation, Lags Behind (World Watch
09/05/06)
http://www.worldwatch.org/features/chinawatch/stories/20060509-1
Water-guzzling industries 'a threat' to China's north (SciDev.Net 26/05/06)
http://www.scidev.net/News/index.cfm?fuseaction=readNews&itemid=2868&language=1
China to share farming expertise with poorer nations (SciDev.Net 22/05/06)
http://www.scidev.net/News/index.cfm?fuseaction=readNews&itemid=2856&language=1
Sandstorms Affect Air Quality in Northern China, Beijing (World Watch 23/05/06)
http://www.worldwatch.org/features/chinawatch/stories/20060523-1
Grass Farming: A Solution for Inner Mongolia's Expanding Deserts? (World Watch
26/05/06)
http://www.worldwatch.org/features/chinawatch/stories/20060526-1
Made in China, or Made by China? Chinese Wind Turbine Manufacturers Struggle to Enter Own Market (World Watch 19/05/06)
http://www.worldwatch.org/features/chinawatch/stories/20060519-2
China Integrating "Green" Concepts into Olympic Venues (World Watch 19/05/06)
http://www.worldwatch.org/features/chinawatch/stories/20060519-1
China to Become Second Largest Tourism Economy within the Decade (World
Watch 02/05/06)
http://www.worldwatch.org/features/chinawatch/stories/20060502-1
NGO merger counters trend towards fragmentation (China Development Brief
22/05/06)
http://www.chinadevelopmentbrief.com/node/614
International Awards for Chinese Environmental Advocates (China Development
Brief 06/05/06)
http://www.chinadevelopmentbrief.com/node/604
Environmental health tops agenda for US foundation (China Development Brief
25/04/06)
http://www.chinadevelopmentbrief.com/node/561
Premier pledges green performance assessment amidst dust-filled skies (China
Development Brief 24/04/06)
http://www.chinadevelopmentbrief.com/node/559
China's glaciers in rapid retreat due to climate change (SciDev.Net 03/05/06)
http://www.scidev.net/News/index.cfm?fuseaction=readNews&itemid=2814&language=1
Technology boost for millions of Chinese farmers (SciDev.Net 24/04/06)
http://www.scidev.net/News/index.cfm?fuseaction=readNews&itemid=2796&language=1
(Source: SciDev.Net, China Development Brief, World Watch)
II ERSEC Research Progress
1. ERSEC Publications
The Ecological Book Series is intended as an aid for policy-makers, the broader academic community and public interested in environmental policy recommendations and synthesized state-of-the-art ecological research.

Ecological Book Series ? I
The book is a written follow-up to the first ERSEC International Conference on Resource Management for Sustainable Intensive Agriculture Systems ? Promoting environmentally-friendly agricultural production in China, held in Beijing in April 2004, and offers a scientifically detailed and yet easy-to-grasp overview of practices of sustainable agriculture in the Chinese context. The first volume of the ERSEC Ecological Book Series is now available online from the UNESCO document server at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001413/141383M.pdf.

Ecological Book Series ? II
The second volume of the Ecological Book Series was released this week. It is a written follow-up to the second ERSEC International Conference on Land Use Planning and Policy, held in Beijing in May 2004. The book offers a comprehensive overview of “Concepts, Policy and Issues in Integrated Land Use Planning”, and supports it with respective chapters presenting both international and Chinese case studies. The second volume of the ERSEC Ecological Book Series is now available online from the UNESCO document server at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001449/144996M.pdf
Order: The book can be ordered from UNESCO Office Beijing by contacting k.liu@unesco.org. It is free but postage and packaging must be paid for.

Ecological Book Series ? III
“The Loess Plateau in Central China: Ecological Restoration and Management” ? 3 Ready for Printing In the last golden days of September 2004, a three-day event set out to explore “Land Resource Management and Ecological Restoration in the Loess Plateau.” Held in the very centre of its geographical focus, sandy Shaanxi province, this third conference in the series of ERSEC events was meant to publicise the results of the Sino-German research project “Combating Soil Erosion and Promoting Agro-Forestry in the Loess Plateau of Central China” (CSEPA). With two famed universities at its head, namely Northwest Sci-Tech University of Agriculture and Forestry (NWSUAF) in Yangling, China, and Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany, as well as a host of international restoration specialists who attended and contributed valuable insight and experience from outside the project, the conference proved an important success. Its written outcome, in the form of 15 innovative scholarly articles, is now about to be printed. The review process led by Prof. Fischer of TUM under the guidance of a UNESCO appointed editorial board has reached its final stage and will be completed shortly. Prepare yourselves to order your own copy of the ERSEC Ecological Book Series 3: “The Loess Plateau in Central China: Ecological Restoration and Management” ? it’s a question of days! (From: Mr. Geoffrey Schoning, Member of ERSEC Book 3 Review Panel)

2. Interview with Dr Xie Junqi, Deputy Director General of the China Land Surveying and Planning Institute, Ministry of Land and Resources
Dr. Xie Juqi is the Deputy Director-General of the China Land Survey and Planning Institute, he is also a member of the CPPCC (Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference). Dr. Xie earned his doctor’s degree for soil science at China Agricultural University and has been engaged in land resource evaluation, land planning and utilization for more than 20 years. He is one of the famous specialists for land resources in China.

Dr. Xie has participated in major projects on Land Use and Planning in China, including “Evaluation of China’s Land Resources, Land Utilization and Potential Productivity”, a cooperative project co-sponsored by both the Chinese Government and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and “National General Land Use Planning”. Starting from 1997, Dr. Xie had been involved in the research for sustainable land use and administration, raising the concept of sustainable use of land utilization system. Recently, he has been working on the application of remote sensing technology on land resource for environment surveillance.

1 Please introduce us the China Land Surveying & Planning Institute (CLSPI)
The China Land Surveying and Planning Institute is an organization under the Ministry of Land and Resources (MLR). The institute is responsible for providing technical services and assistance to policymakers in MLR. Specifically, the work of CLSPI can be divided into the following categories:
---Participating in the compilation of the 1st and 2nd General Land Use Plan of China
---Responsible for monitoring the implementation of such plans through centers located throughout the country
---Providing technical services and consultation to the formation of policies and legislations in terms of Land Use and Planning
---Operating the Research Center of MLR, taking pilot projects for the implementation of advanced techniques and methodologies in terms of Land Use and Planning
---Undertaking researches on topics including land price evaluation, land use monitoring & administration, land registration, and techniques facilitating land use planning such as remote sensing
---Carrying out collaborations with international organizations in terms of Land Use and Planning, including FAO and UNESCO

2 In your idea, what are the current chances and challenges for policies of land use and planning in China?
The work of Land Use and Planning has been incorporated within the national Eleventh Five-Year-Plan of China. This has contributed to the authority of the General Land Use Plan as a “firm plan” whose implementation is well ensured and monitored. In addition, the Chinese government has also come to realize the importance of Land Use and Planning, and has been encouraging the development of a comprehensive set of investigation methodologies as well as the training for specialized personnel for land use and planning. In addition, the technical support for land use and planning has also been improved where advanced techniques such as remote sensing are being applied in the field.

In regard to challenges, it mainly comes from the relatively little coordination between different land use plans. For instance, urban development plan and land use plan are often not well coordinated. In the previous scenario, urban sprawl asks for larger areas of lands. On the other hand, land use and planning is often aimed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of land use, preventing unscientific and excessive use of lands. This may lead to certain restrains for urban sprawl emphasized in the urban development plan. Moreover, challenges may also come from the interactions of different ministries whose different interests and authorities often make the lateral coordination not easy.

In addition, the formation of land use and planning in China, in some cases, lags behind the changing global environment. For instance, at the late of the 20th century, the work of land use and planning is attached with strong touch to boost domestic demands, which was made to combat the Asian Financial Crisis at that time. One of the important methods perceived to boost the demands is to encourage real estate investment. Nevertheless, this has often left chances for the making of unreasonable profits from real estate business, which has grown into a problem recently.

3 In your opinion, which type of ecological research can be considered for ERSEC to cope with the chances & challenges in the Land Use and Planning of China?
The conference held by ERSEC on Land Use and Planning, as far as I perceive, is the one with full success. It has helped to apply the concept of environmental protection into the specific field of land use and planning. In terms of the ecological research that can be considered for the project, I would suggest:

i. The suitability studies of land
The Chinese government has been concerned with environmental problems, and also been endeavored to cope with them. Nevertheless, some of projects based on these motivations may not necessarily reach their intended results. For instance, in the Land-for-Forests Project, which is aimed to increase area of forestry coverage through recessing farming lands, there has been the case where forests introduced on the recessed lands can not survive due to features and properties of the land which may not support the growth of the trees introduced. In this scenario, it is useful to carry out suitability studies on features of land, which would help improve results of projects aimed for environmental protection.

ii. Investigations that can support environmental protection in the rural side
Environmental protection in the rural parts of China has not received as much attention as in the urban areas. Nevertheless, environmental protection in rural areas is highly related with general environmental conditions. For instance, the non-point resource pollution from rural areas has been a considerable factor affecting results of environmental protection. For the time being, methods for environmental management in the rural parts of China mainly followed the mode of Republic of Korea. We hope such mode from Europe in particular of Germany can be applied in the future.

iii. Investigations for ecological restoration
Ecological degradation has been manifest in many parts of China. It includes desertification in Northwest, and stonification in Southwest, particular the Guizhou province, where the surface soil was taken away by constant rainfalls, exposing stones underneath. There are other forms of ecological degradation particularly due to human activities such as mining. Researches and investigations that can help stop the degradation and restore ecological conditions in the affected areas would be much appreciated.

4 One of the most important goals of the ERSEC project is to influence the Chinese policy makers through results reached by the Chinese and German researchers. Would you like to suggest factors that could help enhance such influences?
I think there can be several factors noted. The first and foremost is the language barrier. I hope more research results can be translated into the kind of language that can be understood by the readers if they are the policy makers.

The second would be holding workshops focused on various research themes. And this can be means for researchers as well as policymakers to meet with each other, and discuss together not only on the research results but also how to apply the results in the policy making process. Such opportunity of interaction may not be common for both the researchers and policymakers in normal times. In addition, for policymakers, the workshop can also be a chance to get an impression of the research results, which would be further developed and applied into the policymaking process through their ensuing consideration.

Moreover, the success of pilot projects in the fields can also be a useful one to consider. Such pilot project may cost less but would leave the policymakers a tangible impression on benefits of the research results. Also, the local officials are an important group to consider. Although not necessarily being in a policymaking position, they are often the actual executives of the policies, and their ideas and experiences learned through policy implementation is often an important consideration during the policymaking process.

We would like to send our sincere appreciation to Dr. Xie for his time and ideas on Land Use and Planning in China, and the ERSEC project. For more information, please log on the website of China Land Surveying and Planning Institute www.clspi.org.cn, or contact Ms Huang Zhiling (huangzhiling@mail.clspi.org.cn) for further information about Dr. Xie Interview by Mr. Liu Ke Assistant Project Manager of ERSEC k.liu@unesco.org

3. “The Evolution of Land Use Planning and Policies in China” by Dr Xie Junqi in English and Chinese
The Evolution of Land Use Planning and Policies in China
Dr Xie Junqi(China Land Surveying and Planning Institute)
Abstract
The earliest traces of land use planning in China date back to around 4200 years ago, in the Xia Dynasty, when Chinese specialists evaluated territory and land use in order to determine potential agricultural development. In the Zhou Dynasty (3100 years ago), the Chinese divided land into 5 categories: forestry, rivers and lakes, hills, burial ground and plains, and classified them to suit different crops and land utilization types. This evolved into a traditional land use planning system. In the subsequent 2000 years of feudal times, there had not been actual land planning made.

Since the foundation of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, modern land use planning has developed and evolved according to different government priorities and development strategies.

from the 1950s to the end of the 1970s, China’s economic development focused on agriculture to ensure food supply for its huge population. Land use planners therefore paid more attention to land investigation, surveying and evaluation. Particular attention was given to underdeveloped regions such as Heilongjiang, Xinjiang, Gansu, Qinhai, Inner Mongolia, Tibet, and Yunnan in order to identify suitable land for agricultural development and to establish additional farms.

from the end of the 1970s to the end of 1980s, China recovered its economy. Although agriculture remained the most important sector, industrial sectors and service sectors began developing too. As result of these changes, new challenges emerged for land use study and planning, and questions about how to balance land supplies and how to allocate and distribute land in an appropriate way needed to be resolved. Many scientists and institutes tried to evaluate and assess land use according to suitability, constraints and probabilities in order to decide the different area for proper uses and to gain more economic, social and environmental benefits.

from the end of 1980s to nowadays, China’s economy has been developing rapidly. Along with this progress, China has also been undergoing dramatic changes of industrialization and urbanization. The current challenges that the country still face are a shortage of land supplies and particularly the degradation of the environment. Land use planning should be a tradeoff and powerful tool for maintaining economic development, balancing land supplies and needs, protecting the environment and promoting social progress. Therefore China worked out two rounds of National Overall Land Use Planning according to its administrative catalogues of five levels. Now China is arranging its third round National Overall Land Use Planning. It is expected that, through the new round of National Overall Land Use Planning, the promotion of sustainable development in China would be corroborated, which is a new chapter in the evolution of the Land Use Planning and Policies in China.

If you would like to contact Dr Xie Junqi, Deputy Director General of the China Land Surveying and Planning Institute, Ministry of Land and Resources please either email: ghyxjq@163.com or call Tel: 86 10 6656 2809 or Fax: 86 10 6656 2068.

III Facts about ERSEC and UNESCO Natural Sciences
1 ERSEC Introduction
To enhance the impact of research results and further research cooperation, ERSEC was established as a joint effort between the Chinese Ministry of Education (MoE), the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), and UNESCO Office Beijing. Funding is provided by BMBF.

ERSEC does not conduct research of its own, but encouraging a scientific approach to sustainable environmental management. The project seeks to formulate and disseminate findings that feed into the policy making process. A major goal is the expansion of research cooperation to engage and inform political decision-makers and the public and to promote the practical use of research results.

2 Introduction to the Natural Science Sector of UNESCO Beijing office
“Sciences know no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and it is the torch which illuminates the world”. (Louis Pasteur)

The Natural Science Section of UNESCO (SC, UNESCO) confirms its mission as promoting and introducing sciences that will enhance benefits of society. Under this mandate, the Natural Sciences Section addresses a comprehensive range of science and technology issues, covering Hydrology, Ecology, Basic and Engineering Sciences and Science Analysis/Policies. Specifically, the Science Section of UNESCO Office Beijing supervises and operates the following themes & projects:
Science Sector ? UNESCO Office Beijing
http://www.unescobeijing.org/view.do?channelId=004
Ecological Research for Sustaining the Environment in China (ERSEC)
http://www.unescobeijing.org/projects/view.do?channelId=004002001002

The International Hydrological Programme (IHP)
http://www.unesco.org/water/
Man and Biosphere Program (MAB) http://www.unesco.org/mab/index.shtml
Earth Sciences http://www.unesco.org/science/earth/
Basic &Engineering Sciences
http://portal.unesco.org/sc_nat/ev.php?URL_ID=1489&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201&reload=1049188728
Coastal Regions and small islands http://www.unesco.org/csi/
Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)
http://ioc.unesco.org/iocweb/index.php

The 2nd UN World Water Development Report: 'Water, a shared responsibility' ? Now available for free download
http://www.unesco.org/water/wwap/wwdr2/table_contents.shtmll

上一篇: 我校海外留学的李学军老师来信 下一篇: 加拿大圭尔夫大学代表来校访问

版权所有 © 2006-2012 西北农林科技大学 国际合作与交流处
中国.陕西.杨凌邰城路3号  Tel: +86-29-87082857  Fax:+86-29-87082892  Email: ipo@nwsuaf.edu.cn