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Global Parties Climate and Ecological Alliance Rules

Chapter One: General Rules

Article I: Background
Many observational data show that global warming has been the main feature of the changing

global climate in recent one hundred years. Extreme weathers like hurricanes, rainstorms, droughts, mudslides, ice and snow and floods are becoming increasingly frequent. Disasters resulted from unsustainable and unscientific economic activities such as resource scarcity, deforestation, wetland degradation, land subsidence, ocean pollution, water pollution, air pollution, species extinction, toxic and harmful substance pollution have posed serious threats to national development and human survival. The disasters have not only changed the dynamics of world politics, but have also worsened regional conflicts and poverty, resulting in many ecological refugees and social instability.

Focusing on world peace and development, International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP), Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPAL), and Centrist Asia-Pacific Democrats International (CAPDI) submitted the proposal that climate change, ecological safety, disaster prevention and alleviation, and sustainable development should be included in the governing guidelines of the political parties at the sixth International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) in 2010. The eighth National Congress of the Communist Party of China included the construction of ecological civilization and ecological safety in the Party’s Constitution, and proposed to construct national ecological security pattern to contribute to global ecological safety. Thus Centrist Asia-Pacific Democrats International (CAPDI) approved the establishment of Climate Change Committee of CAPDI in May 2011. International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) approved the establishment of Climate Change Committee of ICAPP in July 2012. Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPAL) approved the establishment of Climate Change Committee of COPPPAL in September 2012. The political parties have made positive contributions to climate change mitigation and aTo enhance the leadership and coordinative role of Parties in addressing climate change, ecological crisis and to protect the natural environment, political parties and organizations from different regions agree to establish GPECA through the cooperation between Climate Change Committee of CAPDI, Climate Change Committee of ICAPP, Climate Change Committee of COPPPAL and International Ecological Safety Collaborative Organization (IESCO). 

Article II: Name and nature
English name: Global Parties Climate and Ecological Alliance
Nature: NGO (granted tax-exempted status by US National Tax Authority) 

Article III:
Registered Office Address: 12F No.333 East 45th St. 1st Ave. Manhattan NY U.S. Zip Code: 10017

Chapter Two: Goals and Tasks

Article IV: Goals

The Alliance is devoted to promoting the cooperation between political parties, parliaments, governments and think-tanks, galvanizing all social forces to address climate change, preserve ecological safety, protect the natural environment, promote urban disaster prevention and alleviation and achieve peace and sustainable development for mankind. 

Article V: Tasks 

1. To enhance the governing ability of political parties in tacking climate change, preserving ecological safety, protecting natural environment, urban disaster prevention/alleviation to achieve world peace and sustainable development for mankind;

2. To conduct research in international climate change, ecological safety polices, laws, planning and management system; to promote low carbon technology and products; carry out low carbon publicity, training, information dissemination, and consultancies service; to pursue international exchanges and cooperation in low carbon area;

3. To give political parties their parts to play, letting them gather governments to shoulder the responsibility of protecting the earth and addressing climate change, to spread to people disaster information and prevention methods, to alter the current non-scientific growth pattern and to ensure the life security and sustainability of human being; 

4. To accelerate the growth of ecological, climate and green industries and help countries in transition to tailor green development mode to achieve the balanced development of economy, environment and society; 

5. To help member countries to stipulate and implement the development outlines and goals on climate change and ecological safety development as developing new energies is the effective path to achieve low carbon economy; 

6. To hold international conferences and international exhibits centring on climate change, ecological safety, disaster prevention/reduction and environmental safety and sustainable development; to hold the biennial “Global Parties Climate and Ecological Forum;”

7. To publish Climate Change and Ecological Safety magazines as well as books and videos concerning the goals and principles;

8. Global Political Parties Climate and Ecological Safety Alliance will establish stable strategic partnership with UN ECOSOC, UN IPCC, UN Alliance of Civilizations, World Bank, Asian Development Bank and other agencies;

9. To accomplish tasks assigned by International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP), Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPPAL), Centrist Asia-Pacific Democrats International (CAPDI) and the Presidium of International Ecological Safety Collaborative Organization (IESCO). 

Chapter Three: Rights and Obligations

1. The Alliance is entitled to make suggestions to its members on climate change, ecological safety, disaster prevention and alleviation, environmental safety and sustainable development, and to circulate notices on the existing problems; 

2. The Alliance is entitled to establish research organizations and embranchments in its member nations in accordance with legal procedures; 

3. The Alliance is entitled to decide its inner administration, staff formation, payment and welfares by itself. 

Article VII: Obligations 

1. The members of the Alliance are entitled to elect and be elected as the presidium members of the Alliance; 

2. The members of the Alliance are entitled to participate in the formulation of guiding principle and planning of the Alliance and to attend other relevant activities;

3. The members of the Alliance should submit annual reports to the presidium;

4. The members of the Alliance should consciously abide by the Alliance’s rules;

5. The members of the Alliance should pay membership dues punctually. 

Chapter Four: The Presidium of the Alliance

Article VIII: Formation of the Presidium 

1. The Presidium is elected by delegates from International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP), Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPPAL), Centrist Asia-Pacific Democrats International (CAPDI), International Ecological Safety Collaborative Organization (IESCO) and governing parties. Each term of office is two years and each Presidium can serve no more than two consecutive terms. 

2. The Presidium consists of seven persons (including President, Executive Chairperson, members of standing committee, Director-General and Secretary-General). 

Article IX: Responsibilities of the Presidium
The secretariat is established by the Presidium to be mainly responsible for:
1. Carrying out the plans of the Alliance and organize the implementation;
2. Implementing the organization setting, staff formation, financial budget and putting them 
into effect;

3. Holding the Global Parties Climate and Ecological Forum in the member nations and

other international conferences, expositions and seminars related to the Rules of the Alliance;
4. Enhancing the cooperation between Alliance members, advocating ecological industry, climate industry and green industry, developing ecological economy, green economy and low carbon economy, promoting technical innovations, accelerating economic transitions, and


striving to achieve harmonious development of economy, ecology and society;
5. Enrolling members of the Alliance, setting up membership dues standard, serving the

members vigorously and ensuring members’ legal rights and interests;
6. The Alliance’s secretariat opens a bank account, manages and governs total assets of the

Alliance;
7. The Alliance’s secretariat works under the leadership of the presidium and is supervised

by the presidium;
8. The Presidium is responsible to the presidiums of International Conference of Asian

Political Parties (ICAPP), Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPPAL), Centrist Asia-Pacific Democrats International (CAPDI) and International Ecological Safety Collaborative Organization (IESCO) and reports its work to them.

Article X: Members of the Alliance

1. Climate Change Committee of ICAPP, Climate Change Committee of COPPPAL, Climate Change Committee of CAPDI, IESCO secretariat;

2. Political parties with the status of independent legal entities (ruling parties or opposition parties); 

3. National and regional parliaments;
4. National governments and regional governments;
5. National think-tanks, national organizations, research institutions and universities; 6. Financial institutions and enterprise groups.

Chapter Five: Asset Management of the Alliance

Article XI: Asset Management
1. The assets of the Alliance: buildings, office facilities and negotiable securities, etc.; 

2. The source of assets: the dues paid and the property donated by the Alliance’s members, and the income from activities (consulting fees, consultant fees, appraisal fees, identification fees and training fees, etc.); 

3. Project funds allocated by professional institutions and the legitimate income should be conducted according to the relevant laws. 

Chapter Six: Formulation and Amendments of the Rules

Article XII: Formulations and Amendments 

1. The formulation of the Rules should be considered and approved by the plenary of the Alliance’s Presidency; 

2. The amendments and supplements of the Rules should be conducted according to relevant laws. 

Chapter Seven: Termination of Work Process

Article XIII: Work Termination
1. The Alliance can start restructure or terminate the work process;
2. The restructuring or termination of the Alliance should be conducted according to the legal 
proceedings;

3. The assets should be disposed according to the Rules of the Alliance after the termination;

4. The archives of the Alliance should be transferred to the archives management department after the termination. 

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