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TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Water conveyance networks are composed of creeks/natural drainage systems that act as receptor and distributor of rainwater in and around the rice terraces. (...) Only areas that receive full sunlight are developed into rice terraces, and shaded areas are left to natural and forest vegetation. ICCD/COP(7)/CST/5 página 4 6. Natural springs serve as receptors of recycled and filtered water coming from the terraces that accumulates during irrigation of the rice terraces. 7.
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REDUCTIVE DEBROMINATION OF BROMO-AROMATICS
Estas reacciones de laboratorio tienen su contraparte en el medio ambiente natural. Por ejemplo, hay muchos productos marinos naturales en que los anillos aromáticos contienen bromo como sustituyente. (...) Peterman, P.H., Orazio, C.E. and Feltz, K.P. (2003), 'Sunlight photolysis of 39 mono–hepta PBDE congeners in lipid', Organohalogen Compd. 63:357–360. (...) Sanchez-Prado, L., Lores, M., Llompart, M., Garcia-Jares, C., Bayona, J.M. and Cela, R. (2006), 'Natural sunlight and sun simulator photolysis studies of tetra- to hexa-brominated diphenyl ethers in water using solid-phase microextraction', J Chromatogr.
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REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ITS 26TH SESSION :HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, 26TH SESSION, 16-20 AUGUST 2021
They aim either to reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth’s atmosphere and becoming trapped by greenhouse gases (solar radiation management) or to remove the greenhouse gases already released into the atmosphere by human activities. (...) Interventions in the atmosphere • Stratospheric aerosol injection: releasing inorganic particles (e.g. sulfur dioxide) into the upper layer of the atmosphere to create a reflexive barrier that would reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth • Cloud seeding: spraying chemicals (such as silver iodide) into clouds to increase precipitation and cloud cover, which would reflect sunlight back into space • Marine cloud brightening: spraying sea water droplets into marine clouds to make them whiter and thus able to reflect more sunlight • Space mirrors: positioning man-made orbital mirror satellites on the outer layer of Earth’s atmosphere to deflect sunlight 2. (...) The consequences most frequently cited are the reduction in biodiversity, disruptions to food chains and biogeochemical cycling, possible habitat destruction, the negative impact on soil caused by chemical agents, and drastic local changes in weather patterns that can result in natural disasters, such as flooding or droughts. In the case of maritime geoengineering, ocean acidification and localized excess alkalinity may well be relevant, as also the risk of eutrophication and anoxia, which are lethal to marine life. 6.
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Puntuación: 1399980.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/AC/26/2&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT ON HIS MISSION TO MAURITANIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In others, however, detainees had no or very limited access (i.e. 15 minutes per day) to open areas and sunlight. 50. In none of the visited centres were inmates given opportunities for schooling, vocational training or work. (...) He received credible reports from inmates who had been detained there during the first three years of its existence of the inhumane and cruel detention conditions, which included exposure to extreme heat or cold depending on the season and time, the locking of inmates in small bare cells at all times (without beds, mattresses or blankets), insufficient nutrition of poor quality, salty drinking water leading to serious health problems, denial of access to open areas and sunlight, unsanitary conditions with inadequate access to water resulting in skin allergies and rashes, and insufficient or total lack of medical care. 53. (...) Inmates were still forced to drink salty water, had no access to sunlight (except for a few days before the Special Rapporteur’s visit) and could not be visited by their families.
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Puntuación: 1056001.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/34/54/ADD.1&Lang=S
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DPRK PANEL OF EXPERTS' FINAL REPORT TO SC (1718 COMMITTEE)
Imágenes de satélites comerciales indican desde octubre de 2010 problemas persistentes para el sistema de abastecimiento de agua del reactor, que probablemente resultó afectado en repetidas ocasiones por inundaciones u otras causas naturales. Más recientemente, es probable que el sistema de abastecimiento de agua del reactor se __________________ over Its Justifiable Rocket Launching Drills”, KCNA, 30 de marzo de 2014; y “FM spokesman rejects UN ‘Human Rights Resolution’ against DPRK”, KCNA, 20 de noviembre de 2014. 5 “Ban, Security Council condemn recent DPR Korea missile launches”, Servicio de Noticias de las Naciones Unidas, 17 de julio de 2014. 6 “DPRK to adjust uses of existing nuclear facilities”, KCNA, 2 de abril de 2013. 7 Organismo Internacional de Energía Atómica (OIEA), (documento GOV/2014/42-GC(58)/21). 8 Nick Hansen, “North Korea’s Yongbyon nuclear facility: reac tor shutdown continues — activity at reprocessing facility”, 38 North, 19 de noviembre de 2014; se puede consultar en http://38north.org/2014/11/yongbyon111914/.
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DRAFT RISK PROFILE: COMMERCIAL OCTABROMODIPHENYL ETHER
La fotodescomposición de varios BDE se ha estudiado en diferentes matrices tales como metanol/agua 80:20 (Eriksson y otros, 2001) un tubo de polietileno sellado expuesto a la luz solar natural durante 120 minutos (Peterman y otros, 2003); o agua (Sánchez-Prado y otros, 2006).
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Puntuación: 924758.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=UNEP/POPS/POPRC.3/14&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS REVIEW COMMITTEE ON THE WORK OF ITS THIRD MEETING: ADDENDUM: RISK PROFILE ON COMMERCIAL OCTABROMODIPHENYL ETHER
La fotodescomposición de varios BDE se ha estudiado en diferentes matrices tales como un tubo de polietileno sellado expuesto a la luz solar natural durante 120 minutos (Peterman y otros, 2003); o agua (Sánchez-Prado y otros, 2006).
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON OPEN DATA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Este marco debe estar formado por las leyes sobre el acceso a la información u otras políticas sobre rendición de cuentas y acceso, que establezcan no solo el derecho a la información, sino también el deber de revelar datos abiertos de manera proactiva, mantenien do al mismo tiempo la confidencialidad. La Sunlight Foundation ha formulado orientaciones al respecto3 , y los organismos gubernamentales que deseen elaborar sus propias políticas pueden ponerlas en práctica teniendo en cuenta estas consideraciones jurídicas, entre otras cuestiones.
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Puntuación: 847721.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.3/2020/26&Lang=S
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LIST OF ISSUES CONCERNING ADDITIONAL AND UPDATED INFORMATION (CRC/C/MDG/Q/3-4) RELATED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF THE COMBINED 3RD AND 4TH PERIODIC REPORTS OF MADAGASCAR (CRC/C/MDG/3-4) : ADDENDUM : WRITTEN REPLIES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF MADAGASCAR
GE.11-46677 (S) 151111 251111 Comité de los Derechos del Niño 59º período de sesiones 16 de enero a 3 de febrero de 2012 Lista de cuestiones que requieren información adicional
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT ON HIS MISSION TO SRI LANKA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Special Rapporteur received credible testimonies from men, women and juveniles of torture of a sexual nature in custody, many of them supported by medical forensic evaluations. (...) In others, detainees have or insufficient or no access to open areas or sunlight (i.e., 15 minutes per day). 60. The Special Rapporteur observed unsanitary and unhygienic conditions in cells, lavatories and yards; at several smaller detention centres there was a total lack of toilet or shower facilities or makeshift lavatories (bottles in the cells). 61. (...) The Code of Criminal Procedure Act contains procedural safeguards to protect the integrity of a person arrested or detained, including the right to be informed of the nature of the charge or allegation upon which he or she is arrested (art. 23) and to be presented to a magistrate without undue delay and within 24 hours (arts. 36 and 37 and art. 65 of Police Ordinance No. 16 of 1865).
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