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.: +1 514 954 8219, ext. 6733 Email: officeenv@icao.int Dear ICAO Office of the Environment, Per our letter dated March 16, 2020 confirming ACR’s acceptance of the terms of eligibility for supplying CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units, we herein formally notify you of ACR’s proposed program updates to materially expand the scope of eligibility for post-2020 ACR units. The attached Appendix C to the ACR Standard, ACR Requirements for Avoiding Double Counting in the CORSIA, is provided on a Business Confidential basis.
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Score: 1495478.5 - https://www.icao.int/environme...gust%202020%20-%20redacted.pdf
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Total soil loss decreased 11 percent. • Irrigation water use per acre has changed little over time and water use per bushel improved 20 percent. Total irrigation water use increased 39 percent. • Energy use per acre has decreased 48 percent while per bushel energy use decreased 65 percent. Total energy use decreased 29 percent • Greenhouse gas emissions per acre declined 14 percent and emissions per bushel decreased 38 percent.
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Score: 1475698.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...tes/abdc/documents/alexand.pdf
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Area of Farm Normally under Cassava Cultivation (acres) 3.5 5.2 4. Normal Cassava Output (lbs per acre) 7,808 3,650 5. (...) Area of Farm Normally under Cassava Cultivation (acres) 2.3 5.6 4. Normal Cassava Output (lbs per acre) 6,200 9,854 5. (...) While the average estimated from this study (7,808 lbs per acre) is slightly higher than the average yield for the Caribbean countries (7,308 lbs per acre), it is well below the yield observed in 9 FAOSTAT 2008 31 for instance Jamaica (16, 559 lbs per acre) and Barbados (16,026 lbs per acre).
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Score: 1446739.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...AACP_Paper_Series_No_12_1_.pdf
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TAB recommended ACR as 18 According to the crediting period start date specified at the time of registration. 19 Available here: https://www.icao.int/environmental- protection/CORSIA/Documents/TAB/TAB_JANUARY_2020_REPORT_EXCERPT_SECTION_4.EN.pdf https://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/CORSIA/Documents/TAB/TAB_JANUARY_2020_REPORT_EXCERPT_SECTION_4.EN.pdf https://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/CORSIA/Documents/TAB/TAB_JANUARY_2020_REPORT_EXCERPT_SECTION_4.EN.pdf - 2 - immediately eligible to supply CORSIA eligible emissions units, which the Council approved at its 219th session and updated in line with clarifications recommended by TAB during its 221st session. 4.1.5 TAB also recommended, and the Council accepted and requested ACR to “…update, or finalize updates to, programme procedures related to the guidelines for host country attestation, for TAB to assess in respect of future recommendations on the extension of the eligibility dates referred to in section 4.1 of TAB’s report from its first assessment. (...) Programme-specific eligibility parameters 4.1.9 Scope: ACR submitted for TAB’s first assessment all activity types and scales, unit types, methodologies, and procedural categories supported by ACR, supplemented by material changes to programme procedures assessed under TAB’s MCA/2 (August 2020). (...) In light of GCC’s material changes submitted for and assessed under TAB’s MCA/2, TAB recommends that GCC should be approved as immediately eligible to supply CORSIA eligible emissions units. 4.2.2. The eligibility of the emissions units should be subject to the general eligibility parameters set out in Section 4.1 of TAB’s Report from its first assessment23 and the programme-specific parameters 20 Appendix B, Section B4: Paragraph 3, Option i; and Paragraph 5 of ACR Standard Version 7.0, available here: https://americancarbonregistry.org/carbon-accounting/standards-methodologies/american-carbon-registry- standard/acr-standard-v7-0_final_dec2020.pdf 21 ACR Standard Version 7.0 Appendix B, Section B4: Paragraph 3, Option iv of ACR Standard Version 7.0 22 ACR Standard Version 7.0 Appendix B, Section B4: Paragraph 3, Paragraph 6 of ACR Standard Version 7.0 23 See footnote 9 of this report – Link to first TAB Report (January 2020) https://americancarbonregistry.org/carbon-accounting/standards-methodologies/american-carbon-registry-standard/acr-standard-v7-0_final_dec2020.pdf https://americancarbonregistry.org/carbon-accounting/standards-methodologies/american-carbon-registry-standard/acr-standard-v7-0_final_dec2020.pdf - 4 - set out for the programme in paragraph 4.2.10 of this report, which should be clearly described in the ICAO document titled “CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units”.
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Score: 1444136.7 - https://www.icao.int/environme..._final.Excerpt.Section%204.pdf
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The official regional security process: ACRS From 1991 to 1995, the Arms Control and Regional Security Working Group (ACRS) met as one of the five multilateral groups of the Middle East peace process. ACRS produced significant progress on confidence-building measures and the beginnings of a conceptual dialogue on regional security.15 ACRS stalled on two issues: the question of the relationship between the bilateral track of the peace process and the multilateral track (which was not a problem unique to ACRS, as the other four multilateral working groups also foundered on it); and the issue of whether and how to capture Israel's policy of nuclear ambiguity within the ACRS process—an issue unique to ACRS. (...) While Arab–Israeli peace is undoubtedly an important aspect of regional security, it is not the only one and the structure of ACRS overplayed this issue. Second, ACRS excluded several states such as Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Syria.17 The relationship between ACRS and Track Two has evolved.
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Score: 1404932.2 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...-in-the-middle-east-en-327.pdf
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Brandix and UNDP partner to cultivate 500 acres during the mid-season | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Sri Lanka 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 Sri Lanka Brandix and UNDP partner to cultivate 500 acres during the mid-season Brandix and UNDP partner to cultivate 500 acres during the mid-season Making strategic investments during development emergencies through the UNDP led Private Sector Facility July 12, 2022 Pictured here: An exchange of letters took place today with Mr. (...) The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Sri Lanka recently launched an ‘Individual and Private Sector Giving Facility for Emergency Relief’ to facilitate interested private sector organizations and individuals to contribute towards procurement of urgent medical supplies and addressing food security needs with Hemas Holdings PLC, Dilmah Ceylon Tea Company, Brandix Apparel Limited and Daraz Sri Lanka coming on board to pledge their commitment. In response, Brandix Apparel Limited has come forward to contribute towards the facility to food security related efforts by partnering to cultivate 500 acres during the mid-season. An exchange of letters took place today with Mr.
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Score: 1403574.5 - https://www.undp.org/srilanka/...te-500-acres-during-mid-season
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TAB recommended ACR as immediately eligible to supply CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units, which the Council approved at its 219th session and updated in line with clarifications recommended by TAB during its 221st session. At its 222nd Session in March 2021, Council approved the extension of ACR’s Eligible Unit Dates through 31 December 2023. 3.4.1.2 ACR submitted potentially material procedural changes in September 2021 for TAB’s review and possible assessment. (...) TAB recommended ART as immediately eligible to supply CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units, which the Council approved at its 221st session in October 2020.
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Score: 1401409.6 - https://www.icao.int/environme...0version_for%20translation.pdf
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CORSIA Eligible Emissions Unit Programme Change Notification Form PART A: ABOUT THIS FORM Once an emissions unit programme is approved by the ICAO Council as eligible to supply CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units, the programme commits to notify the ICAO Secretariat of any “material changes” to its “Scope of Eligibility”, for further review by the Technical Advisory Body (TAB) that advises the ICAO Council on the eligibility of emissions units for use in CORSIA. (...) Rationale for the change: The update reflects new officers of ERT and recently hired and retired ACR staff. c. Where the change is reflected in the Programme’s documentation or other resource(s)3: All updates are noted publicly on the “about us” page of ACR’s website: https://americancarbonregistry.org/about-us/ d. (...) How the information in “d.” would be revised and submitted to any future (re-)assessment process, by updating the information in “d.” to reflect any / all modifications to the Programme’s original information that result from the change: Unless otherwise required by ICAO, ACR intends this document to reference the updates to our application.
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Score: 1386418.4 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ptember%202021%20submitted.pdf
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Programme name: American Carbon Registry (ACR) CHANGE 1 a. Description of the change (e.g., the addition, modification, deletion undertaken): The primary mailing address has changed to 2101 Riverfront Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202, which is the address of the headquarters of Winrock International, ACR’s parent organization. b. (...) Rationale for the change: The update reflects the new status of ACR as a wholly-owned nonprofit subsidiary of Winrock International including a new Board and Management structure and updates to ACR staff. c. (...) In addition, ACR has had some staff changes and additions. e.
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Score: 1379006.3 - https://www.icao.int/environme...Form_ACR_15%20April%202021.pdf
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So far the organization has farmers covering over 1,000 acres of land in Narok County, with another 2,000 acres to be planted this year. (...) With a “gated community of forests,” the organization buys a large parcel of  land then subdivides it into 10-acre and 2-acre plots for lease by Kenyans at “affordable rates,” according to its website. (...) A parallel community outreach programme ensures that for every acre of bamboo planted in the gated communities programme, a corresponding acre is planted by members of the local community.
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Score: 1371416.8 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...2016/bamboo-taking-root-africa
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