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Decomposition can be initiated by heat or by impurities (e.g. powdered metals (iron, manganese, cobalt, magnesium) and their compounds). b) During the course of transport, these substances must be shaded from direct sunlight and all sources of heat and be placed in adequately ventilated areas. 1.2 A136 applies to the following entries: UN 1748, 5.1, Calcium hypochlorite, dry UN 3485, 5.1(8), Calcium hypochlorite, dry, corrosive with more than 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen) UN 2880, 5.1, Calcium hypochlorite, hydrated with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP/28-WP/33 20/7/21 DGP/28-WP/33 - 2 - UN 3487, 5.1(8), Calcium hypochlorite, hydrated, corrosive with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water UN 2880, 5.1, Calcium hypochlorite, hydrated mixture with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water UN 3487, 5.1(8), Calcium hypochlorite, hydrated mixture, corrosive with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water UN 2208, 5.1, Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry with more than 10% but not more than 39% available chlorine UN 3485, 5.1(8), Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry, corrosive with more than 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen) UN 3486, 5.1(8), Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry, corrosive with more than 10% but not more than 39% available chlorine These substances are Division 5.1 Oxidizing substances and some substances pose subsidiary hazard of Class 8. It's necessary to require these substances to be transported by being shaded from direct sunlight and all sources of heat and to be placed in adequately ventilated areas. 1.3 However, except for the shading requirements stipulated in Special Provision A136, there is no such requirements for the transport document or labelling, which may result in the shading requirements not being met because the requirements will not be communicated to the handling process. 2. (...) Decomposition can be initiated by heat or by impurities (e.g. powdered metals (iron, manganese, cobalt, magnesium) and their compounds). b) During the course of transport, these substances must be shaded from direct sunlight and all sources of heat and be placed in adequately ventilated areas.
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Score: 1206438.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP28/DGP.28.WP.033.2.en.pdf
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When food is lost or wasted, all the natural resources used for growing, processing, packaging, transporting and marketing that food, are also lost. (...) Roughly 68% of losses in NENA occur during the production, handling, processing and distribution of food (before it even reaches consumers) due to poor harvesting techniques; a lack of cold storage and proper transport; poor handling practices; exposure to heat and sunlight; inefficient marketing systems; and, weaknesses in policy and regulatory frameworks. (...) One of the most water scarce region in the world, the NENA region wastes up to 30 percent of its scarce natural resources and energy as a result of lost or wasted food.
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Score: 1200385.5 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/perspectives/food-waste/zh/
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To review new research on the impacts of certain air pollutants on vegetation and discuss the consequences for biodiversity, some 135 experts from more than 35 countries met virtually (21-23 February 2022) in the framework of the International Cooperative Programme on Effects of Air Pollution on Natural Vegetation and Crops (ICP Vegetation) , established under the  UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution . (...) Ground-level ozone — formed when pollutant emissions (e.g. nitrogen oxides) from cars and other sources react with other pollutants in sunlight — affects plant growth and is estimated to cause relative global crop losses for staple foods like soy (6%-16%), wheat (7%-12%) and maize (3%-5%) . (...) Mosses as monitors of pollution Since 1990, naturally growing mosses have been sampled every five years in the framework of ICP Vegetation.
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Score: 1200385.5 - https://unece.org/climate-chan...r-impact-air-pollution-natural
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When food is lost or wasted, all the natural resources used for growing, processing, packaging, transporting and marketing that food, are also lost. (...) Roughly 68% of losses in NENA occur during the production, handling, processing and distribution of food (before it even reaches consumers) due to poor harvesting techniques; a lack of cold storage and proper transport; poor handling practices; exposure to heat and sunlight; inefficient marketing systems; and, weaknesses in policy and regulatory frameworks. (...) One of the most water scarce region in the world, the NENA region wastes up to 30 percent of its scarce natural resources and energy as a result of lost or wasted food.
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Score: 1200385.5 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/perspectives/food-waste/en/
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Teava IRO_Agricultural Sustainability is food Security.ppt Organic/Biological Agriculture • 16 October – declared the new direction for the MoA……… • Bio Ag – Natural Science! • Biological Agriculture focus on the biological community that lives in healthy soil and give natural abilities to grow vegetation Mindset! (...) This is the “WARRING MENTALITY” or paradigm of the “green revolution” It spreads death and destruction everywhere in the wake of its path including the ENVIRONMENT The New Paradigm… • Aligning ourselves with NATURE - A farming system that enhances the environment thus, enhancing nutrition - Correcting environmental and climate change problems About NUTRITION? (...) A Simple Science • Photosynthesis Is Carbon Dioxide plus Water Plus Sunlight = Sugar • Sugar = ATP • ATP in plant is used up in 2-3 minutes and is replaced by another new unit of ATP. • ATP = Nutrition - such as the Vitamins & Proteins. • The more sugar made the more the mineral uptake from the soil. • SOIL IS THE STOMACH of the PLANT!
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Score: 1200385.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...nability/Presentations/Iro.pdf
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When food is lost or wasted, all the natural resources used for growing, processing, packaging, transporting and marketing that food, are also lost. (...) Roughly 68% of losses in NENA occur during the production, handling, processing and distribution of food (before it even reaches consumers) due to poor harvesting techniques; a lack of cold storage and proper transport; poor handling practices; exposure to heat and sunlight; inefficient marketing systems; and, weaknesses in policy and regulatory frameworks. (...) One of the most water scarce region in the world, the NENA region wastes up to 30 percent of its scarce natural resources and energy as a result of lost or wasted food.
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Score: 1200385.5 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/perspectives/food-waste/es/
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If you shoot inside, use a room that is well-lit with natural sunlight or lighting. Make sure the background is not cluttered or too bright.
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Score: 1199245.2 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...taking_a_good_selfie_video.pdf
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Examples of functions in a greenhouse controlled by ICT and related climate events Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, installed a system which is capable of finely controlling greenhouse temperatures, humidity, sunlight, and other growing conditions by measuring and accumulating such data in a cloud to improve production stability and efficiency (See below). (...) UESC enables the use of a smartphone and other devices to remotely manipulate devices and equipment for controlling temperature, levels of sunlight, and other environmental conditions. This system is chosen in terms of low implementation cost, ease of installation and low maintenance.
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Score: 1196238.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page579.html
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Jean-Laurent Bungener consultant France 13.02.2013 Trees are the better way to preserve soil living organisms and manage microclimate that limit quick change in soil exposure to drought and sunlight or running water But this take time. Depending on the local climate 15 years to 50 years are necessary to benefit of trees effect. (...) This is for me the key challenge, not misuse natural capital. One concrete example was the presence of earthworm under old faidherbia tree on the top of a hill in burkina faso under minus 600mM annual  rainfall. earthworms benefit of faidherbia impact on soil humidity and earthworm have theyre cast under the top soil layer.
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Score: 1193278.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/4945
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