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اسفند 96 - یونیدو فیلم « ظرفیت سازی و آموزش در بهره وری انرژی صنعتی» را منتشر کرد

فیلم « ظرفیت­سازی و آموزش در بهره­ وری انرژی صنعتی» در چارچوب برنامه «بهره وری انرژی در صنایع کلیدی ایران» در سازمان توسعه صنعتی ملل متحد (یونیدو) و با حمایت مالی صندوق محیط زیست جهانی (جف) تولید و منتشرشد.

مستند « ظرفیت­ سازی و آموزش در بهره ­وری انرژی صنعتی » به اقدامات یونیدو در خصوص آموزش عملی و کاربردی بهره­ وری انرژی در صنایع کلیدی کشور شامل پتروشیمی، پالایشگاه، آهن و فولاد و سیمان پرداخته است.

در این فیلم شیوه ­های آموزش و نتایج آموزش­های نظری و عملی «سیستم مدیریت انرژی» و «بهینه سازی سیستم­ های انرژی» به اختصار توضیح داده شده است و شرکت­ کنندگان در این دوره­های آموزشی، اثرات آن را بر کاهش مصرف انرژی سازمانهای خود تشریح کرده­ اند.

نسیم شکاری هماهنگ­کننده ملی پروژه می­گوید: «این فیلم  با هدف آشنایی بیشتر صنایع، با روش­ها و حوزه­های آموزشی سازمان یونیدو با موضوع بهره­وری انرژی صنعتی و با رویکرد آموزش حین عمل، به زبان فارسی تولید شده است.»

شکاری افزود: «اگرچه آموزش ­های سیستم مدیریت انرژی یونیدو در سطح محدودی ارایه شده است اما به دلیل اجرا و پیاده سازی حین آموزش، تنها در تعداد 7 واحد پایلوت مجموعا 365000 بشکه معادل نفت خام صرفه ­جویی انرژی حاصل شده است.»

وی ابراز امیدواری کرد با توجه به نتایج ارزشمند حاصل شده از این پایلوت­ ها، دولت جمهوری اسلامی ایران، این رویکرد و شیوه آموزشی را در سایر صنایع و به صورت گسترده نیز به اجرا در آورد.



26 Feb 2018 - UN releases “Capacity Building on Industrial Energy Efficiency” Documentary

“Capacity Building on Industrial Energy Efficiency” Documentary has been produced and released by UNIDO with Global Environment Facilities (GEF) financing, under the project of “Industrial Energy Efficiency in key sectors in Iran”.

The main focus of this film is to introduce the theoretical and practical trainings and associated results on Energy Management System (EnMS) and Energy System Optimization (ESO) for Petrochemical, Oil Refinery, Iron and steel, and Cement industries. 

“Producing this documentary, in Farsi aimed to promote the global methods of energy efficiency trainings to Iranian industries.” Ms. Nasim Shekari, the national coordinator of the project said.

“Although EnMS trainings were limited and there were only 7 pilots, but due to UNIDO practical trainings, it leads to save the amount equivalent to 365000 oil barrel, which is a very satisfactory result.” Ms. Shekari added.

“Based on this valuable result, we hope government of Islamic Republic of Iran; use these training methods for teaching energy management system (EnMS) broadly, in the other industries of the country.” Shekari said.


14 June 2017 - Birth of Hawksbill Turtles on the shores of the Persian Gulf

Hawksbill Turtles are critically endangered species.  This is mostly due to human and natural impacts.  They are accidentally captured and threatened by fishing nets.  Fox is a natural predator. Despite the turtle’s international protected status, Hawksbill eggs are still eaten around the world. 

However, in some corners of the world, there still exists some safe havens for the Hawksbill Turtles, and a number of committed partners – including Global Environmental Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF/SGP) –  with the support of the local community are working together to reverse the destiny of this endangered species.

Shib Deraz village located in the South of Iran in Qeshm Island has become a safe spot through the controlling of natural and human disturbances on the beach where Hawksbill Turtles come to make nest for their eggs.

Every year from late February to late June, the intact gentle slopes of the southern shores of the Persian Gulf hosts hundreds of Hawksbill Turtles that come to lay their eggs.  After about two months a small black nose appears shyly from the sand on the nest, this means that the eggs have been hatched.

20170614 undp01Hawksbill Turtles are critically endangered species

This year, the hatching of Hawksbill Turtles coincided with International Day for Biological Diversity and commemoration of Ocean Conference.  The “Ocean Celebration” ceremony was organized by UNIC Tehran in cooperation with the Department of Environment of Qeshm Free Zone and Hormod Sustainable Development Institute.  The GEF/SGP Community Conserved Turtle Site was chosen for this event.

Government officials, UN representatives, the local community and the media gathered in Shib Deraz to discuss and showcase their efforts aimed at protection of the marine environment. 

The UNDP-GEF/SGP Marine and Coastline projects were initiated in Qeshm Island in 2001 with the aim of persevering the coral reefs, enhancing the local knowledge on the importance of protecting the eggs of the critically endangered Hawksbill Turtles and through their empowerment and active participation protecting the related territories and  habitats of this endangered species.

As a result of these efforts In Shin Deraz village, every year between 4,000 to 5,000 eggs of Hawksbill Turtles have been safely protected, hatched and released to the azure waters of the Persian Gulf. 


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