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Kenya - the start of the "green" movement ... 1981 !


I have stated many of the "green" and carbon credit programs really had nothing to do with the world itself, see my War On Terror topic, but, to turn Kenya into the garden of Eden and to hell with the rest of the world. The funny thing is the more they try, the hotter it gets in Kenya and colder elsewhere.


Also, it has to do with control and replacing the US dollar as the world's default currency, especially for oil transactions. More on that later.


Please note 1981 also is the year they started to handle out prestigious awards for population control aka abortion. More on that later.


I now present to you the text from the original United Nations document from 1981 that started the "green" ball rolling. I am going to highlight in red the real interesting points of discussion.


"Global warming" was nothing other then a means to an end, a hoax.


At the end "such as an energy affiliate" means a bank to trade carbon credits.


This is the original link, it will probably be gone after this post. No matter, I have the original.


http://www.un.org/documents/ga/res/36/a36r193.htm



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United Nations A/RES/36/193 General Assembly Distr. GENERAL


17 December 1981


ORIGINAL: ENGLISH


A/RES/36/193

17 December 1981

United Nations Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy

The General Assembly,

Recalling its resolutions 3201 (S-VI) and 3202 (S-VI) of 1 May

1974 containing the Declaration and the Programme of Action on the

Establishment of a New International Economic Order, 3281 (XXIX) of

12 December 1974 containing the Charter of Economic Rights and

Duties of States, and 3362 (S-VII) of 16 September 1975 on

development and international economic co-operation,

Recalling also its resolution 35/56 of 5 December 1980,

containing the International Development Strategy for the Third

United Nations Development Decade,

Recalling further its resolutions 33/148 of 20 December 1978,

34/190 of 18 December 1979 and 35/204 of 16 December 1980 and

Economic and Social Council resolutions 2119 (LXIII) of 4 August

1977, 1978/61 of 3 August 1978 and 1979/66 of 3 August 1979 and

decision 1980/187 of 25 July 1980, regarding the convening and

preparation of the United Nations Conference on New and Renewable

Sources of Energy,

Convinced of the importance of developing new and renewable

sources of energy in order to contribute to meeting requirements for

continued economic and social development, particularly in the

developing countries, through, inter alia, the transition from the

present international economy based primarily on hydrocarbons to one

based increasingly on new and renewable sources of energy,

Stressing that the primary responsibility for promoting the

development and utilization of new and renewable sources of energy

rests with individual countries, that in this regard international

co-operation is indispensable and should be directed to assist and

support national efforts; that developed countries bear a special

responsibility to ensure that both their bilateral and multilateral

efforts contribute actively to this end and that other countries in

a position to do so should also continue to promote efforts in this

regard,

Reaffirming that the United Nations system should fully

participate in and support the implementation of the Nairobi

Programme of Action for the Development and Utilization of New and

Renewable Sources of Energy through adequate institutional

arrangements and additional and adequate resources, and that it is

imperative to increase the responsiveness of the system in this

respect,

Reaffirming further that the final decision on further

institutional measures will be taken by the General Assembly at its

thirty-seventh session,

Recognizing the urgent need for adopting effective measures to

facilitate the transfer and adaptation of technology from developed

to developing countries in particular and for mobilization of

financial resources for the development of new and renewable sources

of energy in developing countries,

Taking note of the report adopted by the United Nations

Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy on 21 August 1981,

Taking note also of the report of the Secretary-General on the

United Nations Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy,

Noting with satisfaction the agreements reached on some issues

at the United Nations Conference on New and Renewable Sources of

Energy, contained in the report adopted by the Conference,

Expressing deep concern that no final decisions were taken on

some other important questions,

Recognizing the need for continuing commitment and efforts on

the part of the international community in the implementation of the

Nairobi Programme of Action for the Development and Utilization of

New and Renewable Sources of Energy, adopted by the Conference,

I

Nairobi Programme of Action for the Development and Utilization

of New and Renewable Sources of Energy

1. Expresses its appreciation and thanks to the Government

and people of Kenya for the excellent facilities and generous

hospitality provided for the United Nations Conference on New and

Renewable Sources of Energy, held at Nairobi from 10 to 21 August

1981;

2. Endorses the Nairobi Programme of Action for the

Development and Utilization of New and Renewable Sources of Energy;

3. Urges all Governments to take effective action for the

implementation of the Nairobi Programme of Action, and to maintain

and/or establish, as the case may be, national focal points to

facilitate such implementation;

4. Requests the organs, organizations and bodies of the

United Nations system to participate fully in and support the

implementation of the Nairobi Programme of Action, in the

short-term, medium-term and long-term context, in particular for the

benefit of developing countries in accordance with their national

plans and priorities;

5. Calls upon all specialized intergovernmental

organizations and institutions in the field of new and renewable

sources of energy to extend their co-operation in the implementation

of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

6. Invites all non-governmental organizations concerned in

both the developing and developed countries, to support and

contribute to the implementation of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

II

Intergovernmental body

1. Stresses that there should be an intergovernmental body

in the United Nations specifically concerned with new and renewable

sources of energy and entrusted, inter alia, with guiding and

monitoring the implementation of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

2. Decides that the final arrangements with regard to the

intergovernmental body will be adopted by the General Assembly at

its thirty-seventh session;

3. Further decides, without prejudice to the final

institutional arrangements, to establish an Interim Committee on New

and Renewable Sources of Energy, patterned on the Preparatory

Committee for the United Nations Conference on New and Renewable

Sources of Energy, which will hold only one session of not more than

two weeks, that session to be held in the first half of 1982, and

which will report to the General Assembly at its thirty-seventh

session through the Economic and Social Council, and decides to

entrust it with the immediate launching of the implementation of the

Nairobi Programme of Action;

4. Takes note with appreciation of the offer of the

Government of Italy to act as host in Rome to the meeting of the

Interim Committee on New and Renewable Sources of Energy in 1982;

5. Decides that the Interim Committee, taking into account

the provisions of paragraph 60 of the Nairobi Programme of Action,

shall concentrate, inter alia, on:

(a) The recommendation of policy guidelines for different

organs, organizations and bodies within the United Nations system in

regard to new and renewable sources of energy, on the basis of the

Nairobi Programme of Action;

(b) The formulation and recommendation of action-oriented

plans and programmes for carrying out the Nairobi Programme of

Action in accordance with the areas of priority action identified in

the Programme, in particular in paragraphs 47 to 56 thereof;

(c) The promotion of the mobilization of resources required

in the implementation of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

(d) The recommendation of guidelines to the financial

organs, organizations and bodies of the United Nations system in the

financing of activities related to the implementation of the

measures contained in the Nairobi Programme of Action, with a view

to helping to ensure the implementation of the measures in the

Programme related to financial resources;

6. Requests the Secretary-General to submit to the Interim

Committee at its session in the necessary background documentation

on the above-mentioned subjects, with particular emphasis on the

mobilization of financial resources and the areas for priority

action identified in the Nairobi Programme of Action, namely:

(a) Energy assessment and planning;

(b) Research, development and demonstration;

(c) Transfer, adaptation and application of mature

technologies;

(d) Information flows, education and training;

7. Calls upon organs, organizations and bodies of the

United Nations system to inform the Interim Committee of the

activities they have already initiated, particularly as regards the

source-specific measures identified in paragraphs 36 to 45 of the

Nairobi Programme of Action with a view to assisting the Interim

Committee in guiding and monitoring its implementation;

8. Decides that, bearing in mind the provisions of the

present resolution, the issues for discussion by the Interim

Committee in 1982 shall include submission of specific

recommendations for action by the General Assembly at its

thirty-seventh session regarding, in particular, the areas for

priority action and ways and means of mobilizing financial and other

resources for new and renewable sources of energy;

III

Secretariat support

1. Takes note of the recommendation of the

Secretary-General for providing the substantive support services

required by the above-mentioned intergovernmental body, contained in

the report of the Secretary-General, with a view to facilitating

fully the tasks entrusted to the Interim Committee in paragraph 5 of

section II above, and requests that these interim arrangements be

put into effect immediately;

2. Calls upon all organs, organizations and bodies of the

United Nations system to provide the fullest possible support to the

arrangements proposed so as to ensure, in particular, adequate

preparation for and follow-up to the 1982 meeting of the Interim

Committee which is to launch the implementation of the Nairobi

Programme of Action;

3. Decides to review secretariat support arrangements in

the light of long-term needs at the thirty-seventh session of the

General Assembly in the context of the final decision on further

institutional measures and taking into account any comments the

Interim Committee may wish to offer on these issues;

IV

Co-ordination within the United Nations system

1. Calls upon all organs, organizations and bodies of the

United Nations system to organize their work and rationalize their

activities according to established priorities in such a way as to

meet the need for implementing the Nairobi Programme of Action;

2. Decides to entrust the Director-General for Development

and International Economic Co-operation, within the framework of his

mandate as defined by the General Assembly in its resolutions 32/197

of 20 December 1977 and 33/202 of 29 January 1979, with the task of

co-ordinating the contributions of the organs, organizations and

bodies of the United Nations system;

3. Decides also that, in order to ensure the necessary

co-operation and co-ordination for the implementation of the Nairobi

Programme of Action, a co-ordinating capacity for new and renewable

sources of energy in the Office of the Director-General, who would

exercise the supervisory role, should be provided for, making full

and efficient use of resources already existing within the United

Nations and subject to the normal procedures of the General

Assembly, and decides to review the arrangements for this

co-ordinating capacity for new and renewable sources of energy at

its thirty-seventh session;

4. Notes with approval the decision by the Administrative

Committee on Co-ordination to constitute an ad hoc working group to

prepare proposals for interagency follow-up to the Nairobi Programme

of Action for presentation to the Interim Committee at its meeting

in 1982;

5. Stresses that, in order to facilitate the implementation

of the Nairobi Programme of Action, the ad hoc working group of the

Administrative Committee on Co-ordination should, inter alia:

(a) Undertake a thorough review of the current and planned

activities of the United Nations system in the light of the

recommendations of the Nairobi Programme of Action, with a view to

facilitating their adaptation and reformulation as may be necessary

and to providing a basic framework for future projects and

programmes;

(b) Establish ad hoc task forces as necessary, without

prejudice to the establishment of such ad hoc task forces as may be

recommended by the intergovernmental body, in accordance with

paragraphs 66 and 67 of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

V

Regional and subregional action

1. Emphasizes the importance of regional and subregional

efforts for implementing the Nairobi Programme of Action and

requests the regional commissions to undertake immediately, as

necessary, the development of regional plans and programmes, bearing

in mind, in particular, the areas for priority attention identified

in paragraph 71 of the Nairobi Programme of Action, and to report

thereon to the Interim Committee at its session in 1982;

VI

Co-operation among developing countries

1. Recognizes that developing countries seek to enhance

their collective self-reliance in various areas, which are in their

mutual interest, through programmes of economic and technical

co-operation in such areas as exchange of information, joint

ventures in project development, joint efforts in research

development, demonstration and adaptation of technologies for new

and renewable sources of energy, and technical assistance, to

supplement the indispensable action to be undertaken by the

international community;

2. Calls upon in this context, the international community

to take measures to provide, as appropriate, support and assistance

to the efforts of developing countries to accelerate co-operation

among themselves in the field of new and renewable sources of energy;

VII

Mobilization of financial resources

1. Emphasizes that the implementation of the Nairobi

Programme of Action requires the mobilization of additional and

adequate resources and that each country will continue to bear the

main responsibility for the development of its new and renewable

sources of energy, which would require vigorous measures for a

fuller mobilization of its domestic financial and other resources;

2. Emphasizes that the implementation of the Nairobi

Programme of Action involves numerous types of undertakings, ranging

from supporting actions, including national assessment on new and

renewable sources of energy for over-all energy development, and

pre-investment activities, to capital investment in projects and

programmes which require additional and adequate international

financial resources, both public and private, from all developed

countries, international financial institutions and other

international organizations, and that developing countries in a

position to do so should also continue to provide assistance to

other developing countries;

3. Reiterates that the magnitude of the demand for

financing such types of action or activities is already considerable

and will increase in the years to come, particularly with the

implementation of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

4. Requests that, for the purpose of undertaking the

various activities in line with the Nairobi Programme of Action, the

financial mechanisms and institutions of the United Nations system

should be provided with additional and adequate funds to meet the

growing requirements for preliminary supporting actions and

pre-investment activities related to the development of new and

renewable sources of energy in developing countries;

5. Urges financial mechanisms and institutions to respond

more widely and effectively to national requests, as well as to

requests from the subregional, regional and international

organizations engaged in the development of new and renewable

sources of energy in developing countries, according to the

priorities established in the Nairobi Programme of Action and in

response to recommendations of the intergovernmental body as regards

its implementation;

6. Reaffirms, in this context, that specific and additional

resources should be directed through such channels as the United

Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Revolving Fund for

Natural Resources Exploration, the long-term financial arrangements

for science and technology, the United Nations Development Programme

Energy Account and others directly or indirectly involved, in

accordance with national plans and priorities;

7. Urges international and regional development financial

organizations and institutions, in particular the World Bank, to

provide additional and adequate resources specifically for

large-scale supporting actions, pre-investment and investment

activities in the field of new and renewable sources of energy, in

accordance with national priorities;

8. Takes note of the measures taken by the World Bank and

the United Nations Development Programme to undertake a joint study

for making as accurate an estimate as possible of the supporting

actions and pre-investment requirements for new and renewable

sources of energy in the developing countries in the 1980s and, in

view of the urgency of meeting the needs of the developing countries

in this field, requests that the final study be submitted to the

Interim Committee, which is to launch the implementation of the

Nairobi Programme of Action at its meeting in 1982;

9. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the General

Assembly at its thirty-seventh session on the progress made towards

the implementation of consultative meetings as outlined in paragraph

91 of the Nairobi Programme of Action;

10. Urges all interested parties to accelerate consideration

of other possible avenues that would increase energy financing,

including the mechanisms being examined in the World Bank, such as

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