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Located in an Asian monsoon climate which is characterized by high temperatures and high humidity, Japan has practiced sustainable paddy farming, benefiting from abundant sunlight and water, with plentiful harvests since ancient times. (...) Under these circumstances, Japanese people have naturally acquired an affinity and sense of awe toward nature, and found special values and meanings in food and agriculture. That is to say, Japanese people have acquired wisdom on current topics such as “natural cycles” and “sustainability” through paddy farming.
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Score: 1064739 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...in09_e/stat_e/jpn_akamatsu.doc
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REVISIONS TO THE TECHNICAL REPORT ON SPACE DEBRIS OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SUBCOMMITTEE : COMMITTEE ON THE PEACEFUL USES OF OUTER SPACE
The picture that emerges from these and other measurements is that the debris population exceeds the natural meteoroid population for all sizes larger than about 0.01 centimetre in diameter. 13. (...) Optical debris can be detected by reflected sunlight when the debris object is sunlit while the ground below is dark. (...) An advantage of optical measurements over radar measurements is that the signal intensity from reflected sunlight falls off only as the square of the distance or altitude, whereas the radar signal return falls off as the fourth power of distance.
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Score: 1064314.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=A/AC.105/C.1/L.214&Lang=E
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“I think it's important that we stop tokenizing the participation of young people and indigenous people and local communities and also make them part, because of their expertise, in the entire policymaking processes and in the implementation processes.” The communal lands, natural resources and ecosystems sustainability managed by indigenous communities around the world - from the Arctic to Antarctica - support the lives and livelihoods of 2.5 billion people globally . (...) Renewable energy is  energy derived from natural sources  that are replenished at a higher rate than they are consumed. Sunlight and wind, for example, are such sources that are constantly being replenished.
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Score: 1063359.2 - https://www.un.org/en/node/174054
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“I think it's important that we stop tokenizing the participation of young people and indigenous people and local communities and also make them part, because of their expertise, in the entire policymaking processes and in the implementation processes.” The communal lands, natural resources and ecosystems sustainability managed by indigenous communities around the world - from the Arctic to Antarctica - support the lives and livelihoods of 2.5 billion people globally . (...) Renewable energy is  energy derived from natural sources  that are replenished at a higher rate than they are consumed. Sunlight and wind, for example, are such sources that are constantly being replenished.
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Score: 1063359.2 - https://www.un.org/en/climatec...oices-of-change-archana-soreng
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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: 1063359.2 - https://www.fao.org/markets-an...ities/jute-and-hard-fibres/zh/
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The Sahel is not lacking natural resources, although it may be lacking the financial means for sustainable development. (...) However, with the abundant sunlight and the wind all year round, we can create renewable energy almost everywhere in the Sahel. (...) However, with the abundant sunlight and the wind all year round, we can create renewable energy almost everywhere in the Sahel.
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Score: 1061843.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ing-dry-sahel-land-opportunity
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Furthermore, wasabi fields in steep mountainous areas currently possess a structure that is resilient to natural disasters because these fields have high water-holding capacity, and they also function to protect downstream areas from flooding disasters. (...) Furthermore, in wasabi cultivation direct sunlight must be avoided from spring to autumn, and consequently, East Asian Alder trees that naturally grow in the area are planted in wasabi fields to create shade. (...) Indeed, this traditional system is a natural habitat for many endemic fauna and flora species.
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Score: 1061754.1 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...japan/detailed-information/zh/
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Furthermore, wasabi fields in steep mountainous areas currently possess a structure that is resilient to natural disasters because these fields have high water-holding capacity, and they also function to protect downstream areas from flooding disasters. (...) Furthermore, in wasabi cultivation direct sunlight must be avoided from spring to autumn, and consequently, East Asian Alder trees that naturally grow in the area are planted in wasabi fields to create shade. (...) Indeed, this traditional system is a natural habitat for many endemic fauna and flora species.
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Score: 1061754.1 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...japan/detailed-information/fr/
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The main occupational risks in the sector are: falls from a height (up to 5-10 meters), exposure to insect bites, sunlight and heat, carrying heavy loads, limited access to healthcare. (...) In general, the seasonal nature of the product, which leads to a low degree of professionalism in the sector, the absence or discontinuity of social protection and the lack of collective organisation, accentuates workers' vulnerability to occupational risks at all levels of the chain.
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Score: 1061484.5 - https://www.ilo.org/safework/p...WCMS_616166/lang--en/index.htm
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