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PURPOSE This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for all operators conducting APV1 approach procedures. It describes how to identify whether an approach has been designed as an APV approach; the benefits of conducting an APV approach and documents the related regulations and guidance material to be applied including some of those relating to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Flight Crew Training (FCT). (...) APV approaches can provide a lower DA than precision approaches in certain circumstances; however an APV approach is not a precision approach (PA). (...) Continue the descent to land with required visual references, or 2. Execute a missed approach. f. Executing a Missed Approach Prior to the Missed Approach Point (MAP).
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Score: 385334.9 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...%20AC%20008A%20APV%20Final.pdf
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Marcos Martínez , Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development (MEPyD), Vice Minister of Planning, shares the progress of the territorial approach in the Dominican Republic | Plataforma de desarrollo territorial | FAO FAO.org english Español Inclusive and Sustainable Territories and Landscapes Platform Project summary Components Countries and Regions News Resources Articles How to get started How to participate Territorial experiences Territorial Opinions Collaborations Marcos Martínez , Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development (MEPyD), Vice Minister of Planning, shares the progress of the territorial approach in the Dominican Republic "In the Dominican Republic, the territorial approach in development and public policy remains nascent and a sectorial approach is still predominant. " Says Marcos Martínez Vice Minister of Planning :09/12/2019 Is a territorial or landscape approach adopted in the country’s development? (...) In the Dominican Republic, the territorial approach in development and public policy remains nascent and a sectorial approach is still predominant. (...) Which actors implement/promote the two approaches?  The main actors initiating the adoption of the territorial approach in planning and in policies and intervention are the International Cooperation and NGOs, but the government has yet to adopt the approach in its entirety.. 
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Score: 383577.69 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...toriales/detalle/en/c/1254664/
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CFS Policy convergence Process on Agroecological and Other Innovative Approaches for Sustainable Food Systems that ensure Food Security and Nutrition 1 Wednesday 27 May 2020, 15:00‐17:00 Informal discussion #3 on Agroecological and Other Innovative Approaches (including relevant tools such as digitalization) Rapporteur’s Summary Item 1 - Introduction by the Rapporteur Rapporteur, H.E. (...) Do you agree with the HLPE report’s two broad categories of innovative approaches: i) agroecological approaches and ii) sustainable intensification approaches? (...) Do you agree with the HLPE report’s finding that agroecological and related approaches are more focused on transforming food systems, while sustainable intensification and related approaches are more focused on input use efficiency?
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Score: 383452.61 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...Rapporteur_s_Summary_27May.pdf
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Ecosystem Approaches ECOSYSTEM APPROACHES Updated 21 July 2010 Importance and concept of an ecosystem approach Ecosystem approaches and oceans at the General Assembly Activities of other organizations   The importance and concept of an ecosystem approach     Healthy ecosystems are essential for human well being, as they provide invaluable functions and services including sustaining living marine resources. (...) Significantly, the meeting, while recognizing that there was no single way to implement an ecosystem approach, agreed to suggest to the General Assembly elements relating to ecosystem approaches and oceans, including the proposed elements of an ecosystem approach, means to achieve implementation of an ecosystem approach, and requirements for improved application of an ecosystem approach (the report of the meeting is contained in document A/61/156 ).     (...) In relation to sustainable fisheries, the General Assembly, in resolution 62/177 , encouraged States to apply by 2010 an ecosystem approach and enhance understanding of ecosystem approaches.
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Score: 382946.58 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/e...aches/ecosystem_approaches.htm
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The most appropriate innovative approaches will depend on the outcomes of food system assessments. 2. A number of stakeholders raised concerns that the Zero Draft diverges substantially from the intended topic of the policy process by not focusing sufficiently on agroecological approaches. Others maintained that agroecology should not be given priority over other innovative approaches, as all approaches could potentially be useful. (...) Do you agree with the HLPE report’s two broad categories of innovative approaches: i) agroecological approaches and ii) sustainable intensification approaches?
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Score: 382449.73 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ativeApproaches_27May_rev4.pdf
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[Slide 3] Types of ecosystem approach There is no one “correct” way to implement the ecosystem approach There are many different “ecosystem approaches”, including: - The CBD ecosystem approach, which aims at achieving conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and the equitable sharing of benefits derived from its use - The ecosystem approach to fisheries, which focuses on sustainable use of fisheries and is conscious of the structure and function of ecosystems and their components, as well as the needs and desires of societies - Integrated marine and coastal area management, which is a multidisciplinary process providing for integration of sectors, levels of government and communities in the protection and sustainable development of coastal resources and environments; and also the oldest integrated management approach applied in the marine environment, and therefore the most widely practiced (– for more than 40 years now) [Slide 4] Principles and guidance of the ecosystem approach Each of these ecosystem approaches are implemented in accordance with a definition, a set of principles, guidance and/or guidelines. (...) [Slide 5] Enabling components of the ecosystem approach A key enabling component of the ecosystem approach is to know “Who does what and where?” (...) Integrating the various management approaches into a comprehensive and cohesive plan with the ecosystem approach as its central framework, for example through ocean policies, which could eventually be extended into the high seas 2.
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Score: 382297.39 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c..._process/documents/7_arico.pdf
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Therefore, all approaches should be evaluated according to their contribution to the right to food. (...) Intensive agriculture should be made sustainable by approaches like agroecology. • Need for a human rights framework which ensures a holistic approach that guarantees sustainable and equitable approaches to sustainable food systems. • Need to consider that the right to food is an important component for reaching the SDG 2. • Need to highlight that many innovative approaches may contribute in complimentary ways to sustainable food systems. • Support for keeping para 31 of the Zero Draft: impacts of agroecology and all innovative approaches should be assessed based on their impact on the right to food. (...) Agroecology is key to assessing all approaches and their impacts on food security and nutrition. • Consider that emphasis on production rejects a food systems approach, which is one of agroecology’s strengths.
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Score: 382023.85 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ummary_Cleared_4_June_2020.pdf
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Microsoft Word - chuapresentation.doc Segment 1- Demystifying the concept and understanding its implications Implementing the ecosystem approach: the importance of analyzing stakeholders and their interests Mr. (...) A basic premise of the ecosystem approach is that there is no ‘correct’ way to implement it, but that certain principles and guidance should apply. (...) To this end, concrete tools must be identified and applied so as to make the ecosystem approach a reality. Valuable experience has been gained in implementing ecosystem approaches in the coastal waters of the world.
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Score: 381239.38 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c.../documents/7abstract_arico.pdf
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An integrated approach to implementation | ECA UNECA.ORG Sustainable Development Frameworks An integrated approach to implementing the SDGs | A2063 | NDPs IPRT.UNEA.ORG • But the traditional planning approaches and tools are inadequate to design resilient and inclusive development plans. • Hence the demand for new planning approaches and tools that takes into account continental and global agreements. An integrated approach to implementation | ECA UNECA.ORG Introduction An integrated approach to implementing the SDGs | A2063 | NDPs IPRT.UNEA.ORG Questions: a. (...) An integrated approach to implementing the SDGs | A2063 | NDPs IPRT.UNECA.ORG An integrated approach to implementation | ECA UNECA.ORG ECA’s IPRT • What is ECA’s IPRT?
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Score: 380662.74 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...T%29%20-%20Tadele%20Ferede.pdf
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Approaches in measuring construction PPPs Aaron Wright FRICS MCIOB Construction Consultant Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Technical Meeting on Construction Survey of the ICP 2021 Cycle 21 July 2021, Workshop day 1 Approaches in measuring construction PPPs Basic requirements • Calculation of PPPs for any expenditure category of GDP requires prices of comparable items in participating economies • Coming to construction sector – the question is ‘What items to price?’ Construction is considered ‘comparison resistant’ • It is difficult to identify a range of comparable and representative construction products or projects across all economies • The other requirements are that of appropriate weights for aggregating Approaches for construction PPPs • Methods available are based on prices of construction projects/products or outputs and construction inputs for calculation of PPPs • Three approaches – 1 Bill of Quantity (BOQ) – 2 Basket of Construction Components (BOCC) – 3 Input price* *current approach used in ECLAC Input approach summary • The input approach consists of a list of 51 construction resources, comprising either labour (7), equipment rental (10), or material (34), and broadly represents common construction activities around the world. • The input approach is in some respects similar to the basic input approach where 11 items feature as part of the BOCC approach – not to be confused with the 23 composite components, which are fundamentally different. Why is the input approach universally adopted? • The main benefit to the input approach is that it’s not resource- intensive. • Data validation is also more straight forward, almost similar to the survey of household products • There are fewer items to validate than the BOQ approach, so data interrogation is less burdensome . • Data interrogation is further simplified as only one material, equipment rental or labour resources is being priced, instead of a composite component.
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Score: 380605.88 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...uction-ppps-aaron-wright_0.pdf
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