Sálvano Briceno, Director, International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, UN/ISDR

联合国减灾署署长

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

萨尔瓦诺.布里塞尼奥于2001年6月被任命为联合国减灾署署长。

在他数十年的职业生涯里,曾在联合国、世界自然保护联盟、委内瑞拉政府从事环境管理及可持续发展项目。

在加入联合国减灾署前,布里塞尼奥先生曾任联合国贸易与发展大会BIOTRADE与GHG排放交易协调员(1999-2001),联合国防治沙漠化公约执行副秘书长(1996-1999),随后的几年中,他出任联合国气候变迁框架协议政府间协调员,并为秘书长提供管理、法律、信息、联合国内外关系协调等各方面的支持(1991-1996)。他在联合国的其它任职经历还包括参与联合国环境规划署在牙买加首都金斯敦的加勒比海环境保护项目,并与深入参与了泛加勒比海灾害预防项目(1987-1991)。

在其职业生涯早期,布里塞尼奥先生曾出任世界自然保护组织教育委员会执行官,在此期间,他负责环境教育项目及全球专家的协调工作(1985-1987)。二十世纪八十年代,他在结束了在委内瑞拉环境与可再生自然资源部环境教育、专业发展及国际关系主任的工作后,进入哈佛大学能源与环境政策中心任研究助理。

布里塞尼奥先生于1975年或巴黎第二大学行政法博士学位,于1984年获哈佛大学公共管理硕士学位。

 

 

Sálvano Briceno was appointed the Director of the Secretariat of the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) in June 2001.

His career spans over several decades and has focused on the management of environmental and sustainable development programmes at the United Nations, the World Conservation Union (IUCN) and the Government of Venezuela.

Prior to joining UN/ISDR, Mr. Briceno was the Coordinator of the BIOTRADE and GHG Emissions Trading Initiatives of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva (1999-2001). Before that, he was Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) secretariat (1996-1999), following several years as the Coordinator of Intergovernmental and Institutional Support of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) where he was responsible for assisting the Executive Secretary with management; legal; information support, external relations and interagency relations of the organization (1991-1996). Further UN experience includes five years with UNEP's Caribbean Environment Programme at Kingston, Jamaica, where he collaborated closely with the Pan-Caribbean Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Programme (1987-1991).

Earlier in his career, Mr. Briceno joined the World Conservation Union (IUCN) as the Executive Officer of IUCN's Commission on Education, where he focused on environmental education programmes and coordinated a worldwide network of experts (1985-1987). During the 1980s he worked as Research Associate at Harvard University's Energy and Environment Policy Center, following an active career with the Ministry of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources in Venezuela where he was Director General responsible for environmental education, professional development and international relations.

Mr. Briceno received a Doctorate in Administrative Law from the University of Paris II (Panthéon-Sorbonne) in 1975 and a Master's in Public Administration from Harvard University in 1984.