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Jute, abaca, coir, kenaf and sisal (JACKS) are natural fibres that have multiple end uses. Their versatility and the increasing awareness of their environmentally friendly characteristics are strong advantages over synthetic fibres. (...) Demand for these fibres is strong due to their variety of applications including cordage, geotextiles, carpets, buffing cloth, specialty paper, binding material, “soft” applications in the automotive industry, and the increasing awareness that natural fibres are environmentally friendly. The JACKS market is stimulated by the increasing demand for value added products, and further growth is expected on the back of diversification and improved policies. (...) Coir Geotextiles made from coir are durable, absorb water, resist sunlight, facilitate seed germination, and are 100 percent biodegradable.
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Score: 1147968.8 - https://www.fao.org/markets-an...skins/jute-and-hard-fibres/es/
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Jute, abaca, coir, kenaf and sisal (JACKS) are natural fibres that have multiple end uses. Their versatility and the increasing awareness of their environmentally friendly characteristics are strong advantages over synthetic fibres. (...) Demand for these fibres is strong due to their variety of applications including cordage, geotextiles, carpets, buffing cloth, specialty paper, binding material, “soft” applications in the automotive industry, and the increasing awareness that natural fibres are environmentally friendly. The JACKS market is stimulated by the increasing demand for value added products, and further growth is expected on the back of diversification and improved policies. (...) Coir Geotextiles made from coir are durable, absorb water, resist sunlight, facilitate seed germination, and are 100 percent biodegradable.
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Score: 1147968.8 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...dities/yute-y-fibras-duras/es/
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A new overview study has now shown that wind, too, can transport these particles great distances – and much faster than water can: in the atmosphere, they can travel from their point of origin to the most remote corners of the planet in a matter of days. In the journal Nature Reviews Earth and Environment , an international team of researchers describes how microplastic finds its way into the atmosphere and how it is subsequently transported. (...) For example, when darker particles are deposited on snow and ice, they affect the ice-albedo feedback, reducing their ability to reflect sunlight and promoting melting. Similarly, darker patches of seawater absorb more solar energy, further warming the ocean. (...) Original publication Deonie Allen et al.: Micro- and nanoplastics in the marine-atmospheric environment. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment (2022). DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1038/s43017-022-00292-x   Share this page Latest WMO News New report outlines priorities for global climate observations 3 October 2022 WMO strengthens maritime safety commitments 29 September 2022 Tropical cyclones bring misery to millions, early warnings save lives 28 September 2022 Early Warnings for All initiative gains momentum 23 September 2022 Asia-Pacific is key to disaster risk reduction targets 23 September 2022 What is trending Climate change Climate Weather Disaster risk reduction Environment WMO Elsewhere on the WMO website State of the Global Climate 2021 Global Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Infrastructure United in Science 2022 Forecasts and Warnings/About Tweets by @WMO Follow WMO Discover Events News Bookstore Projects Bulletin MeteoWorld Learn Visit the Library Youth Corner WMO Governance Partnerships Contact us Procurement Privacy policy Report fraud, corruption or abuse About us Disclaimer Copyright Sitemap © 2022 World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
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Score: 1147968.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...s/observing-microplastic-cycle
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Jute, abaca, coir, kenaf and sisal (JACKS) are natural fibres that have multiple end uses. Their versatility and the increasing awareness of their environmentally friendly characteristics are strong advantages over synthetic fibres. (...) Demand for these fibres is strong due to their variety of applications including cordage, geotextiles, carpets, buffing cloth, specialty paper, binding material, “soft” applications in the automotive industry, and the increasing awareness that natural fibres are environmentally friendly. The JACKS market is stimulated by the increasing demand for value added products, and further growth is expected on the back of diversification and improved policies. (...) Coir Geotextiles made from coir are durable, absorb water, resist sunlight, facilitate seed germination, and are 100 percent biodegradable.
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Score: 1147968.8 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...ities/jute-et-fibres-dures/fr/
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Jute, abaca, coir, kenaf and sisal (JACKS) are natural fibres that have multiple end uses. Their versatility and the increasing awareness of their environmentally friendly characteristics are strong advantages over synthetic fibres. (...) Demand for these fibres is strong due to their variety of applications including cordage, geotextiles, carpets, buffing cloth, specialty paper, binding material, “soft” applications in the automotive industry, and the increasing awareness that natural fibres are environmentally friendly. The JACKS market is stimulated by the increasing demand for value added products, and further growth is expected on the back of diversification and improved policies. (...) Coir Geotextiles made from coir are durable, absorb water, resist sunlight, facilitate seed germination, and are 100 percent biodegradable.
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Score: 1147968.8 - https://www.fao.org/markets-an...skins/jute-and-hard-fibres/fr/
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Coir geotextiles have a natural ability to retain moisture and protect from the suns radiation just like natural soil, and unlike geo-synthetic materials, it provides good soil support for up to three years, allowing natural vegetation to become established. (...) Geotextiles Recognition of coir for sustainable vegetation and erosion control arises from the fact that it is an abundant, renewable natural resource with an extremely low decomposition rate and a high strength compared to other natural fibers. (...) Geotextiles made from coir are durable, absorb water, resist sunlight, facilitate seed germination, and are 100% biodegradable.
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Score: 1146684 - https://www.fao.org/economic/futurefibres/fibres/coir/en/
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The following slight defects, however, may be allowed, provided these do not affect the general appearance of the produce, the quality, the keeping quality and presentation in the package: „ a slight defect in shape „ slight skin defects due to rubbing or sunburn, suberized stains due to resin exudation (elongated trails included) and healed bruises not exceeding 3, 4, 5, 6 cm2 for size groups A, B, C, D respectively „ scattered rusty, black or white lenticels „ a yellowing of green varieties due to exposure to direct sunlight, not exceeding 40% of the surface of the fruit, excluding necrotic stains. 2.2.3 Class II This class includes mangoes which do not qualify for inclusion in the higher classes, but satisfy the minimum requirements specified in Section 2.1 above. (...) In Classes I and II, scattered suberized rusty lenticels, as well as yellowing of green varieties due to exposure to direct sunlight, not exceeding 40% of the surface and not showing any signs of necrosis are allowed. allowed, provided the mangoes retain their essential characteristics as regards the quality, the keeping quality and presentation: - defects in shape; - skin defects due to rubbing or sunburn, suberized stains due to resin exudation (elongated trails included) and healed bruises not exceeding 4 cm² for size groups A and B, 5 cm² for size group C, 6 cm² for size group D, and 7 cm² for size group E. In Classes I and II, scattered suberized rusty lenticels, as well as yellowing of green varieties due to exposure to direct sunlight, not exceeding 40% of the surface and not showing any signs of necrosis are allowed. the mangoes retain their essential characteristics as regards the quality, the keeping quality and presentation: „ defects in shape „ skin defects due to rubbing or sunburn, suberized stains due to resin exudation (elongated trails included) and healed bruises not exceeding 5, 6, 7, 8 cm2 for size groups A, B, C, D respectively „ scattered rusty, black or white lenticels „ a yellowing of green varieties due to exposure to direct sunlight, not exceeding 40% of the surface of the fruit, excluding necrotic stains. 3.
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Score: 1144350.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/trade/ag...CE_CodexStdsMango_Surapong.pdf
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Despite having a roof over her head, 32-year-old Haela worried that the lack of adequate ventilation, sunlight and poor electricity and plumbing was really bad for her children’s health. (...) People would throw trash into the small outside space next to the apartment, which piled up so much that it blocked their only window, preventing sunlight and fresh air from coming in. The situation prompted local Lebanese NGO Recycle Beirut to choose Haela’s house to implement their first house renovation project in Lebanon, using recycled materials and eco-friendly techniques. (...) “The first thing that we did was to create windows, let the sun in, put in some plants, and restore natural ventilation. Then we moved on to using recycled material for the renovation of the house,” adds Rad.
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Score: 1143900.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/hk/en/15...ght-to-syrians-in-lebanon.html
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ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to: a) revise the wording of Special Provision A20 as follows: A20 During the course of transport this substance must should be protected from direct sunlight and all sources of heat and be placed in an adequately ventilated area. (...) In addition the radioactive material, excepted package label would become Figure 5-29 and the lithium battery handling label would become Figure 5-30. d) revise the provisions of Part 5;4 to delete paragraph 4.1.5.8.3 that currently requires that a statement must be added to the dangerous goods transport document with an indication that self-reactive substances or organic peroxides being offered for transport must be protected from sunlight and sources of heat. 4.1.5.8.3 When self-reactive substances of Division 4.1, or organic peroxides of Division 5.2 or other substances having similar properties, are offered for transport, the shipper must indicate on the dangerous goods transport document that the packages containing such substances must be protected from direct sunlight and all sources of heat and be placed in adequately-ventilated areas. e) revise the provisions of Part 7;2.13 to remove the mandatory requirement for operators to ensure that packages or ULDs containing self-reactive substances or organic peroxides be protected from sunlight and sources of heat during the course of transport. It’s proposed that this be a recommendation only, as follows: 2.13 HANDLING OF SELF-REACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND ORGANIC PEROXIDES During the course of transport, packages or unit load devices containing self-reactive substances of Division 4.1 or organic peroxides of Division 5.2 must should be shaded from direct sunlight, stored away from all sources of heat in a well-ventilated area. — END — << /ASCII85EncodePages false /AllowTransparency false /AutoPositionEPSFiles true /AutoRotatePages /All /Binding /Left /CalGrayProfile (Dot Gain 20%) /CalRGBProfile (sRGB IEC61966-2.1) /CalCMYKProfile (U.S.
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Score: 1139103.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2009/DGPWG.09.WP.021.2.en.pdf
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ISSUES RELATING TO THE GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS (GHS) : HAZARD COMMUNICATION FOR SUPPLY AND USE OF AEROSOLS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE FEDERATION OF EUROPEAN AEROSOL ASSOCIATIONS (FEA)
(P410 + P412) Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50°C/122°F. (P410 + P412) Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50°C/122°F. (...) P410 + P412 Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50 ºC/122 ºF.
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Score: 1138233.3 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2010/17&LANG=E
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