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Organic agriculture offers economic opportunities as it entails savings on nitrogen fertilizers and energy costs, as well as improved market commodity prices. 3. (...) For climate change adaptation, technological advances poorly compete with the reservoir of adaptations that represent farmers’ knowledge. However, farmers must be enabled to adapt. Adaptive farming systems are more efficient than individual adaptation techniques. 5.
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Score: 998119.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...les/Conclusions_OA_climate.pdf
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More specifically, the NGN-SIDE adaptation layer adapts the resources offered by the SCN objects in order to provide uniformly adapted resources (e.g., control and media format) for interaction with the NGN-SIDE integration layer as described in [ITU-T Y.2240]. The NGN-SIDE adaptation layer provides adaptation capabilities, called adaptors, hiding the details of the resources offered by the SCN objects. (...) However, it is generally desirable to offer SCN applications to the users of these terminals because of their prevalence and considerable communication and computing capabilities.
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Score: 991689.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page407.html
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More specifically, the NGN-SIDE adaptation layer adapts the resources offered by the SCN objects in order to provide uniformly adapted resources (e.g., control and media format) for interaction with the NGN-SIDE integration layer as described in [ITU-T Y.2240]. The NGN-SIDE adaptation layer provides adaptation capabilities, called adaptors, hiding the details of the resources offered by the SCN objects. (...) However, it is generally desirable to offer SCN applications to the users of these terminals because of their prevalence and considerable communication and computing capabilities.
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Score: 991689.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page407.html
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Battery: - Li-Ion 4352 mAh Charging: - Fast charging - USB Power Delivery 2.0 - MagSafe wireless charging 15W - Qi magnetic fast wireless charging 7.5W Color: Any dull color (i.e., black, grey, white, etc.). 20W (~220V) power adapter for the offered phone model included. - Plug type: type-c Screen protector for the offered phone model included. (...) Color: Any dull color (i.e., black, grey, white, etc.). 20W (~220V) power adapter for the offered phone model included. Plug type: type-c Screen protector for the offered phone model included. Rubber Cover for the offered phone model included. Color: Any dull color (i.e., black, grey, white, transparent, etc.).
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Score: 988317.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/jo/wp-co...Specifications-Smartphones.pdf
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In the annual letters of allocation to the Regional Health Authorities, the Ministry puts emphasis on the right and need of Sami patients to adapted services, and that the adaption of services should be requested and reflected in planning, assessment and decision-making. (...) A mission of SANKS is to further develop clinical services, promote and initiate research and development work, offer education and guidance and offer specialist training, internship and personnel exchange programmes. (...) The unit is a 24-hour institution offering assessment and treatment. A family unit is attached to it, which provides a service offer to Sami families from both the Health North Area and the rest of the country.
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Score: 980293.75 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...eoples/EMRIP/Health/Norway.pdf
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Governments lead the policy formulation process; they review, approve and harmonize climate change adaptation strategies. Business offers its services and technical expertise; NGOs and the civil society are involved in advocacy and raising awareness, contributing to share experiences and best practices on climate change adaptation; while academia provides the knowledge and expertise to advise policy makers. 5 Smart sustainable cities' adaptation checklist In order to understand how ICTs can support climate change adaptation in smart sustainable cities (SSC), is important to understand that cities face challenges to implement climate change adaptation policies as they are dynamic and complex interconnected systems. Adaptation to climate change requires the collaboration across all cities' sectors and will require investments and technology. This process involves both challenges and opportunities, as cities provide the optimal scenario to lead in the use of ICTs for climate change adaptation, due to its concentration of population and connectivity.
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Score: 978676.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page585.html
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WTO-ICC VIRTUAL TRADE DIALOGUES WITH BUSINESS – "TRADE 4 CLIMATE" TRADE AS A TOOL FOR CLIMATE ADAPTATION Tuesday, 26 October 2021 from 14:45 to 16:15 (CET) Summary of Session 2 Participants underscored the need to prioritize climate adaptation, including by aligning countries' trade policy with national adaptation strategies. (...) This was underscored in a recent IMF paper, which highlighted the need to step up trade facilitation, eliminate trade barriers to environmental goods and services, and ensure the spread of climate adaptation technologies across the world. Moreover, the trading system could also offer stability and predictability to adaptation efforts. (...) In terms of making supply chains more resilient, it was noted that procurement was a valuable tool that could be used to attain climate adaptation objectives. For instance, some large businesses were offering their supply chain partners financing for adaptation purposes.
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Score: 977705.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/envir_e/s2_summary.pdf
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 Page 842 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 842 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation P. 842 5 Intercloud and interoperability Table I.1 – Mapping of inter-cloud computing functional requirements and inter-cloud functions Inter-cloud functions in this Functional requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.3511] Recommendation – 7.2.8 Peer service management Be able to manage CSC profiles and associated – 7.3.7 Inter-cloud capabilities adaptation information. 9.8 CSC – 7.4.1 Authentication and identity Be able to exchange CSC profiles and associated information management exchange information among multiple CSPs according to a pre- – 7.4.2 Authorization and security policy determined protocol and format, with the condition that the CSC is informed of and agrees to the exchange. management – 7.4.3 Encryption management Allow a CSP to discover peer CSPs that are capable of 9.9 primary inheriting the primary CSP role, and enable the CSP to – 7.3.1 Peer CSP management CSP role negotiate with these peer CSPs as to whether they can – 7.3.7 Inter-cloud capabilities adaptation delegation accept the inheritance. – 7.2.8 Peer service management – 7.3.7 Inter-cloud capabilities adaptation Allow a CSP to transfer its management information 9.9 primary associated with the primary CSP role in a reliable – 7.4.1 Authentication and identity CSP role manner (e.g., periodically) to the peer CSPs that have management delegation – 7.4.2 Authorization and security policy accepted the permission transfer with that CSP. management – 7.4.3 Encryption management Allow the controllability of the information associated – 7.1.1 Service subscription management 9.9 primary with the primary CSP role to be transferred to the – 7.1.2 Billing CSP role secondary CSPs with minimum interruptions. – 7.3.1 Peer CSP management delegation Allow a CSP to cancel the permission transfer – 7.2.5 Service automation arrangements. – 7.3.7 Inter-cloud capabilities adaptation Support service intermediation, i.e., conditioning or enhancing the cloud service of a peer CSP. – 7.2.8 Peer service management 9.10 inter- Support service aggregation, i.e., providing the – 7.2.1 Service catalogue cloud service composition of a set of services provided by the CSPs. – 7.2.5 Service automation handling Support service arbitrage, i.e., selecting one service – 7.3.7 Inter-cloud capabilities adaptation offering from a group offered by the peer CSPs. 834     837     838     839     840     841     842     843     844     845     846     847          
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Score: 974787 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page842.html
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Provide the indicator(s) for verification of the transformation resulting from the experience of the offering country/countries (100 words) 11. What instruments, tools or methodologies have been developed to support or facilitate the transfer/replication/adaptation of the solution or experience of the offering countries to recipients? (...) Explain the national priorities of the recipient country/countries to which the offering country/countries contribute (100 words). 13. (...) What instruments, tools or methodologies have been adapted to the context of the requesting country/countries?
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Score: 969783.8 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_235067.pdf
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Provide the indicator(s) for verification of the transformation resulting from the experience of the offering country/countries (100 words) 11. What instruments, tools or methodologies have been developed to support or facilitate the transfer/replication/adaptation of the solution or experience of the offering countries to recipients? (...) Explain the national priorities of the recipient country/countries to which the offering country/countries contribute (100 words). 13. (...) What instruments, tools or methodologies have been adapted to the context of the requesting country/countries?
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Score: 969783.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_235067.pdf
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