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第65/96号决议RESOLUTION 65/96
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2010年12月10日第62次全体会议根据委员会的建议(A/65/420,第9段){{{报告中建议的决议草案由下列提案国在委员会提出:阿根廷、亚美尼亚、澳大利亚、奥地利、比利时、加拿大、中国、捷克共和国、芬兰、法国、德国、希腊、印度尼西亚、日本、哈萨克斯坦、立陶宛、马绍尔群岛、墨西哥、摩纳哥、新西兰、波兰、大韩民国、俄罗斯联邦、新加坡、斯洛伐克、瑞典、瑞士、泰国、乌克兰和大不列颠及北爱尔兰联合王国。}}} 未经表决而通过Adopted at the 62nd plenary meeting, on 10 December 2010, without a vote, on the recommendation of the Committee (A/65/420, para. 9){{{ The draft resolution recommended in the report was sponsored in the Committee by: Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Poland, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Singapore, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. }}}
65/96.65/96.      Effects of atomic radiation
大会,The General Assembly,
回顾关切意识到表示赞赏地注意到重申    强调亟需为科学委员会秘书处的工作提供充足、有保证和可预测的资金并进行高效率的管理,对各会员国电离辐射源及其对人类健康和环境的影响进行科学审查,并据此安排年度会议和协调文件编制,Recalling its resolution 913 (X) of 3 December 1955, by which it established the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, and its subsequent resolutions on the subject, in which, inter alia, it requested the Scientific Committee to continue its work, Concerned about the potentially harmful effects on present and future generations resulting from the levels of radiation to which mankind and the environment are exposed, Conscious of the continuing need to examine and compile information about atomic and ionizing radiation and to analyse its effects on mankind and the environment, and conscious also of the increased volume, complexity and diversity of that information, Taking note with appreciation of the work of the Scientific Committee, and noting the letters from its Chair to the President of the General Assembly{{{ A/64/223 and A/64/796.}}} as well as the report on its fifty-seventh session,{{{ Official Records of the General Assembly, Sixty-fifth Session, Supplement No. 46 (A/65/46 and Add.1).}}} Reaffirming the desirability of the Scientific Committee continuing its work, and welcoming the increased commitment of States members of the Scientific Committee, Emphasizing the vital need for sufficient, assured and predictable funding, as well as efficient management, of the work of the secretariat of the Scientific Committee to arrange the annual sessions and coordinate the development of documents based on scientific reviews from Member States of the sources of ionizing radiation and its effects on human health and the environment, Acknowledging that Belarus, Finland, Pakistan, the Republic of Korea, Spain and Ukraine had informed the President of the General Assembly before 28 February 2007, in accordance with paragraph 14 of Assembly resolution 61/109 of 14 December 2006, of their desire to become members of the Scientific Committee, Welcoming the attendance of Belarus, Finland, Pakistan, the Republic of Korea, Spain and Ukraine as observers at the fifty-sixth and fifty-seventh sessions of the Scientific Committee, Recalling the comprehensive report of the Secretary-General on the financial and administrative implications of increased membership of the Scientific Committee, staffing of its professional secretariat, and methods to ensure sufficient, assured and predictable funding,{{{ A/63/478.}}} Welcoming the establishment of a new P4 post for the secretariat of the Scientific Committee, noting that staffing was one of the points that had to be addressed in anticipation of a possible increase in membership, and noting also that such resources were necessary to support the work of the Scientific Committee, Noting that the fifty-seventh session of the Scientific Committee had to be unavoidably postponed, inter alia, as a result of the worldwide flight disruptions following volcanic eruptions in Iceland in April 2010, and recognizing the important work done by the secretariat to regain the lost time by preparing additional detailed documentation of a high scientific quality for the rescheduled fifty-seventh session, Recalling its direction, most recently in paragraph 13 of its resolution 64/85 of 10 December 2009, that the Scientific Committee, together with the observer countries, continue its reflection on how its current, as well as potentially revised, membership could best support its work, 1.                Commends the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation for the valuable contribution it has been making since its inception to wider knowledge and understanding of the levels, effects and risks of ionizing radiation, and for fulfilling its original mandate with scientific authority and independence of judgement; 2.                Reaffirms the decision to maintain the present functions and independent role of the Scientific Committee; 3.                Requests the Scientific Committee to continue its work, including its important activities to increase knowledge of the levels, effects and risks of ionizing radiation from all sources and to report thereon to the General Assembly at its sixtysixth session; 4.                Endorses the intentions and plans of the Scientific Committee for conducting its present programme of work of scientific review and assessment on behalf of the General Assembly, encourages the Scientific Committee at its earliest convenience to submit the related reports, including on assessments of levels of ionizing radiation from electrical energy production, as well as on the effects on human health and the environment, which shall include the submission of the report requested by the Assembly on the attribution of health effects due to radiation exposure, and requests the Scientific Committee to submit plans for its ongoing programme of work to the Assembly at its sixty-sixth session; 5.                Calls upon the Secretariat to facilitate the timely publication of the reports of the Scientific Committee, inter alia, by streamlining internal procedures as necessary; 6.                Re-emphasizes the need for the Scientific Committee to hold regular sessions on an annual basis so that its report can reflect the latest developments and findings in the field of ionizing radiation and thereby provide updated information for dissemination among all States; 7.                Invites the Scientific Committee to continue its consultations with scientists and experts from interested Member States in the process of preparing its future scientific reports, and requests the Secretariat to facilitate such consultations; 8.                Welcomes, in this context, the readiness of Member States to provide the Scientific Committee with relevant information on the effects of ionizing radiation in affected areas, and invites the Scientific Committee to analyse and give due consideration to such information, particularly in the light of its own findings; 9.                Also welcomes the Scientific Committee’s new strategy to improve data collection, encourages in this regard Member States, the organizations of the United Nations system and non-governmental organizations concerned to provide further relevant data about doses, effects and risks from various sources of radiation, which would greatly help in the preparation of future reports of the Scientific Committee to the General Assembly, and further encourages the International Atomic Energy Agency, the World Health Organization and other relevant organizations to establish and coordinate with the secretariat the arrangements for periodic collection and exchange of data on radiation exposures of workers, the general public, and, in particular, medical patients; 10.              Requests the United Nations Environment Programme to continue providing support for the effective conduct of the work of the Scientific Committee and for the dissemination of its findings to the General Assembly, the scientific community and the public; 11.              Urges the United Nations Environment Programme to continue to strengthen the funding of the Scientific Committee, pursuant to paragraph 13 of General Assembly resolution 63/89 of 5 December 2008 and paragraph 12 of Assembly resolution 64/85 of 10 December 2009, and encourages Member States to consider making voluntary contributions to the general trust fund established by the Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme to support the work of the Scientific Committee; 12.              Expresses its satisfaction at the prompt reaction of the secretariat of the Scientific Committee in overcoming the unexpected and unavoidable postponement of the fifty-seventh session of the Scientific Committee, inter alia, by preparing detailed documentation of a high scientific quality; 13.              Invites Belarus, Finland, Pakistan, the Republic of Korea, Spain and Ukraine to continue the practice, started in 2007, by designating one scientist to attend, as an observer, the fifty-eighth session of the Scientific Committee, and requests the Secretary-General to prepare a report to be submitted to the General Assembly at its sixty-sixth session on the objective criteria and indicators to be equitably applied, taking into account all previous resolutions of the General Assembly on the Scientific Committee, to determine membership that would best support the essential work of the Scientific Committee, and also requests the Secretary-General to consider the financial implications of increased membership, taking into account documents A/64/6 (Sect. 14) and A/64/6/Add.1;
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