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INFORSE is a worldwide network consisting of 200 Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) working in about 60 countries to promote sustainable energy and social development. The Network was established in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 to secure follow-up on the political decisions at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED).
INFORSE engages actively in raising international awareness. It follows and influences sustainable-energy issues in international negotiations and has boon accredited by the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 1998.
INFORSE-Europe follows EU policy developments closely. The network revolves around the members supported by National Focal Points in some countries and around Regional Coordinators working in their respective regions.
In INFORSE, networking is understood as a process rather than a rigid structure. The members work to achieve in common what would otherwise have been impossible for the individual organisations to reach in terms of financing, political influence, and capacity. The more the members engage in the network by sharing information and working together, the more the individual organisations benefit from the network and the more effective is the network.
The INFORSE network is supported by a Secretariat. The Secretariat is hosted by INFORSE-Europe/SustainableEnergy.
The Secretariat facilitates co-operation in the network and internationally, for instance, with the United Nations and the European Union
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