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Towards global recognition of the Right to a Safe, Clean, Healthy and Sustainable Environment (...) FAO acknowledges this through its Strategic Framework 2022-2031 which includes a better environment as an aspirational goal. One way to achieve a better environment is through its global legal protection and global recognition of the human right to a healthy environment.   Unlike many other human rights, the right to a healthy environment is not recognized in any global binding treaty.
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Score: 705824 - https://www.fao.org/legal-serv...essources/detail/fr/c/1477433/
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Finally, she has followed up in detail on the findings of the 2008 Global Staff Survey as it pertained to CO Kigali, notably in terms of addressing local staff concerns in regard to participation in decision-making processes, promotion and information-sharing. (...) This was done by the establishment of the Inspection Mission, which extensively examined both the working environment and the management of the BO Kigali operation. (...) UNDT/2015/120 Page 21 of 30 Operation Plan for 2010, and the findings of the 2008 Global Survey. 61. The Tribunal is of the view that it was not within the mandate of the Investigation Team to justify or compare its findings with another fact finding mission that essentially looked into the same issues.
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Score: 704334.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-120.pdf
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On 26 November 2012, the Applicant filed an application with the United Nations Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) contesting the decision to introduce the Global Classification Standard (GCS) for General Service (GS) positions in Montreal. (...) This resulted in a harmonised approach to job classification for GS positions globally. 13. The following facts are taken from the Appeals Tribunal’s Judgment No. 2015-UNAT-555: 6. (...) Pedicelli requested management evaluation of the decision to “reclassify and/or downgrade [her] salary scale level from G7 to G6 due to the introduction of the Global Classification Standard for General Services positions” at the SCBD in Montreal.
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Score: 703757.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-188.pdf
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It is estimated that overall 50 per cent of the world’s mangrove forests have been lost. 14 Valentina Germani- DOALOS14 Facts and figures – Environmental continued… • Dumping of wastes and other matter accounts for about 10 per cent of pollutants in the oceans. • The greatest threat to the marine environment from shipping activities arises from the introduction of harmful alien species into new environments through ships’ ballast water. • The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has indicated that continued use of fossil fuels will exacerbate global climate changes with severe consequences for ocean and coastal ecosystems, in particular in SIDS. (...) This general obligation is qualified by article 193, which provides that “States have the sovereign right to exploit their natural resources pursuant to their environmental policies and in accordance with their duty to protect and preserve the marine environment”. (...) The duty to cooperate covers three different aspects: Firstly, cooperation on a global and regional basis in formulating and elaborating international rules, standards and recommended practices and procedures, for the protection and preservation of the marine environment.
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Score: 701637.35 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ears/PresentationV_Germani.pdf
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While sexual harassment is particularly serious when it has consequences on work activities or the work environment, the existence of such consequences is not a constituent element of UNHCR’s definition of sexual harassment. (...) The Tribunal also notes that staff members’ obligations under staff regulations 1.2(a), (b) and (f) are not limited to the work environment but also apply in a certain way to their private lives. (...) These factors, especially if combined, deserve the maximal sanction, that is the offender’s dismissal or separation. 59. However, absent globally those factors the sanction should be milder, especially when, like in the present case, none of them occurred. 60.
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Score: 701576.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-189.pdf
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Towards global recognition of the Right to a Safe, Clean, Healthy and Sustainable Environment (...) FAO acknowledges this through its Strategic Framework 2022-2031 which includes a better environment as an aspirational goal. One way to achieve a better environment is through its global legal protection and global recognition of the human right to a healthy environment.   Unlike many other human rights, the right to a healthy environment is not recognized in any global binding treaty.
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Score: 701153.4 - https://www.fao.org/legal-serv.../recursos/detail/es/c/1477433/
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Towards global recognition of the Right to a Safe, Clean, Healthy and Sustainable Environment (...) FAO acknowledges this through its Strategic Framework 2022-2031 which includes a better environment as an aspirational goal. One way to achieve a better environment is through its global legal protection and global recognition of the human right to a healthy environment.   Unlike many other human rights, the right to a healthy environment is not recognized in any global binding treaty.
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Score: 701153.4 - https://www.fao.org/legal-serv...s/resursy/detail/ru/c/1477433/
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Report reveals progress on environmentally protected areas, but quality must improve | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe Report reveals progress on environmentally protected areas, but quality must improve Ocean Image Bank/Amanda Cotton A coral reef in Papua New Guinea. Facebook Twitter Print Email Report reveals progress on environmentally protected areas, but quality must improve 19 May 2021 Climate and Environment Although the world has made major progress toward a decade-long target for environmental protection areas, it has fallen far short on commitments regarding their quality, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and partners said in a report published on Wednesday.  (...) “Protected and conserved areas play a crucial role in tackling biodiversity loss, and great progress has been made in recent years on strengthening the global network of protected and conserved areas,” said Neville Ash, Director of UNEP-WCMC. 
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Score: 699925.63 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/05/1092232
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Montreal Protocol in Malaysia: How this global treaty has successfully protected our environment and health? (...) Montreal Protocol in Malaysia: How this global treaty has successfully protected our environment and health? (...) On this World Ozone Day, our guests from UNDP Malaysia introduce the history of the Montreal Protocol and how this global treaty has successfully protected the environment and human health and ensured a smooth and sustainable transition for relevant industrial sectors in the past 34 years.
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Score: 699848.6 - https://www.undp.org/malaysia/...ted-our-environment-and-health
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Remarks by Mr Dirk Wagener at the occasion of the World Environment Day 2021 National Protected Areas Forum | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Papua New Guinea Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved English Locations Home Papua New Guinea Speeches Remarks by Mr Dirk Wagener at the occasion of the World Environment Day 2021 National Protected Areas Forum Remarks by Mr Dirk Wagener at the occasion of the World Environment Day 2021 National Protected Areas Forum June 7, 2021 Mr Wagener giving his speech at the opening of the National Protected Areas Forum Remarks by Mr. (...) Protecting key areas of biodiversity is critical to preserve that global safety net.      (...) Both goes hand in hand, it is not a tradeoff. PNG Protected Area Network and Global Commitments: Protection of nature is enshrined in the Papua New Guinea      constitution .
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Score: 698758.2 - https://www.undp.org/papua-new...national-protected-areas-forum
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