Zhou Jinfeng signed “Global Pact for the Environment” proposed by a hundred jurists, which was reported by Le Monde and The Guardian
2018/10/11 16:48:00 本站

On 10th October, Zhou Jinfeng and other 99 jurists were informed by the emails from Yann Agurila, President of the Club des Jurists and General-Secretary of the Environmental Commission that the Global Pact for the Environment proposed by a hundred jurists has been approved and published in several international presses.


Global Pact for the Environment is designed to consolidate the global environmental management framework by the establishment of the basic principle of environmental protection.


On May 10th, 2018, a proposal passed by the overwhelming majority in UN has paved the way for the Global Pact for the Environment. The pact includes major legal doctrines that intend to guide the actions of environmental protection. Over the past three decades, the approvals of Brundtland Report in 1987, the Draft Convention of World Conservation Union in 1995 and the draft written by a hundred jurists from 40 countries in 2007 have been called for by international legal community


As the member of expert groups of Global Pact for the Environment and of the World Commission on Environmental Law, WCEL of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, IUCN, Dr Jinfeng Zhou, General-Secretary of CBCGDF has long been a champion for ecological civilization and suggested that community of common destiny for all mankind can be included in the spirit of Global Pact for the Environment.


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By / LIU Lu