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NOTE VERBALE DATED 28 FEBRUARY 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ARMENIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
On September 11, 2010, Manvel Saribekyan due to bad weather conditions lost his way in the borderline of Tavush region of Armenia and found himself on the Azerbaijani side.
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得分: 1927415.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/43/G/17&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 24 AUGUST 2016 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESID
Weather conditions 17. The Mechanism received weather related information for the dates and place s under investigation from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). In providing the information, the WMO stated the following: “The coverage of weather stations across [the Syrian Arab Republic] was very poor during the [periods in question] which makes it extremely difficult to assess weather conditions at the requested locations from observations. (...) Yellow and white smoke emerged, and the witness smelled a bad odour and experienced difficulty breathing.
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得分: 1644288 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2016/738&Lang=C
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RPT SR EXTREME POVERTY - MISSION TO MOZAMBIQUE
In the past 35 years, Mozambique has experienced more than 35 extreme weather and flooding events. Those events have had significant impacts on the population, exacerbated by widespread deep poverty and a lack of resilience.13 Floods and cyclones have caused damage to infrastructure, 14 homes, and public buildings accommodating essential services. 19. The cumulative effects of recurrent extreme weather events and the associated costs of recovery measures have the potential to increase poverty, particularly in rural areas where the great majority of those living in poverty reside and where dependence on subsistence agriculture increases vulnerability to food insecurity. (...) During her interviews with women, lack of transportation and having to walk long distances to health centres, out-of pocket costs and perceived bad quality of care were highlighted as factors that discouraged them from accessing health-care facilities. 51.
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得分: 1513451.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/26/28/ADD.1&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC
A/HRC/36/55 24 GE.17-13465 Soviet Union in the 250kg-class of bombs, which would have approximately 40kg of sarin, depending on the munition used. 10. The weather conditions at 6.45 a.m. of 4 April were ideal for delivering a chemical weapon. Data based on historical weather forecasts indicates that the wind speed was just over three kilometres per hour from the southeast, that there was no rain and practically no cloud cover, and that the temperature was around 13 degree Celsius.16 The OPCW FFM, in the absence of actual weather data recorded for Khan Shaykhun and instead relying on actual weather data recorded at three other locations in the area, concluded that the wind speed was low with uncertain direction, most likely coming from somewhere between the south and east. (...) Overall, these facilities were ill-equipped to deal with victims of chemical attacks other than chlorine — 16 See, e.g., Khan Sheikhoun, Idlib Historical Weather, Syria, available at https://www.worldweatheronline.com/khan-sheikhoun-weather-history/idlib/sy.aspx.
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得分: 1403066.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/36/55&Lang=C
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA (SUHAKAM) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Indigenous communities are particularly affected by this predicament; • that the efficacy of the implementation of outreach programmes such as mobile clinics and flying doctor service is impeded by several factors such as bad weather, floods, inadequate number of staff and vehicles.
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得分: 1290350.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/18/NI/1&Lang=C
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REGIONAL CENTRES FOR SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (AFFILIATED TO THE UNITED NATIONS) : CURRICULUM ON SATELLITE METEOROLOGY AND GLOBAL CLIMATE
Modules Table 1 First course at a glance Module/ submodule Topic Number of lectures 1 Fundamentals of meteorology, climatology and remote sensing 1.1 Concepts in meteorology and climatology Basic concepts of meteorology 25 Basic concepts of climatology 20 1.2 Concepts in satellite meteorology Introduction to satellite meteorology 23 Meteorological satellite orbits, instrumentation and data products 26 1.3 Applications of satellite imagery and digital image processing Use of satellite imagery in meteorology and weather forecasting 15 Statistics, digital image processing techniques and GIS 17 2 Advanced concepts in satellite meteorology, parameter retrieval and applications 2.1 Radiative transfer and parameter retrieval Concepts of radiative transfer 25 Meteorological and oceanographic parameter retrieval 38 2.2 Applications using digital satellite data Applications of digital satellite data in meteorology and weather forecasting 29 Applications in oceanography 23 Applications in climate studies 15 2.3 Environmental problems and numerical models Environment issues and societal impacts 17 Satellite data assimilation and modelling 28 3 Pilot projects (three months) Figure I Percentage of time spent on each activity during the first course Technical visits and orientation 10% Library 8% Tutorials 4% Projects 26% Tests etc. 4% Lectures 22% Seminars 4% Practical exercises 22% A/AC.105/L.238 14 Table 2 Second course at a glance Module/ submodule Topic Number of lectures 1 Fundamentals of meteorology, climatology and remote sensing (three months) 1.1 Concepts in meteorology and climatology Basic concepts of meteorology 20 Basic concepts of climatology 10 1.2 Concepts in satellite meteorology Mathematical and computational techniques for satellite meteorology 20 Introduction to satellite meteorology 25 Meteorological satellite orbits and instrumentation 20 1.3 Applications of satellite imagery and digital image processing Use of satellite imagery in meteorology and weather forecasting 20 Statistics, digital image processing techniques and GIS 15 2 Advanced concepts in satellite meteorology, parameter retrieval and applications (three months) 2.1 Radiative transfer and parameter retrieval Concepts of radiative transfer 30 Meteorological and oceanographic parameter retrieval 30 2.2 Applications using digital satellite data Applications of digital satellite data in meteorology and weather forecasting 25 Applications in oceanography 15 Satellite data assimilation and numerical models 10 2.3 Applications in climate and environmental studies Climate studies 15 Environment issues and societal impacts 15 2.4 Advanced applications (electives) Advanced meteorological and oceanographic parameter retrieval 20 Advanced applications in climate studies 20 Advanced satellite data assimilation and modelling 20 3 Pilot projects (three months) Figure II Percentage of time spent on each activity during the second course Library 8% Projects 26% Tests etc. 3% Lectures 22% Current weather discussion 2% Seminars 3% Tutorials 4% Technical visits and orientation 12% Practical exercises 20% A/AC.105/L.238 15 Table 3 Third course Module/ submodule Topic Number of lectures 1 Fundamentals of meteorology, climatology and remote sensing (three months) 1.1 Concepts in meteorology and climatology 1.1 MATH Mathematical and computational techniques for satellite meteorology 20 Matrices Partial and total differential equations Integral and derivatives Basic concepts of statistics 1.1 MET Basic concepts of meteorology, climatology and oceanography 30 Dynamic and physical meteorology Extra-tropical weather systems Tropical weather systems Climate of the region Ocean and climate 1.2 Concepts in satellite meteorology 1.2 SM Radiative transfer in satellite meteorology 25 Characteristics of electromagnetic radiation Passive remote sensing Active remote sensing Parameter retrieval and validation 1.2 MSI Meteorological satellite orbits and instrumentation 15 Orbits and navigation Operational polar-orbiting satellites Operational geostationary satellites Other satellites Satellite data archive 1.3 Image processing and interpretation 1.3 WF Image interpretation in meteorology and weather forecasting 30 Satellite imagery Spectral properties Identification of meso-scale systems Tropical synoptic systems Extra-tropical synoptic systems Radar imagery 1.3 DIP Image processing techniques and GIS 15 Map projection Satellite positioning systems Image registration, radiometric and geometric correction Image classification GIS 2.1 Geophysical parameter retrieval 2.1 AP Atmospheric parameters 15 Winds Temperature profile Humidity profile A/AC.105/L.238 16 Module/ submodule Topic Number of lectures Precipitation Outgoing longwave radiation Clouds and aerosols 2.2 LOP Land and oceanic parameters 10 Sea-surface temperature Sea-surface winds Vegetation index Land-surface parameters 2.2 Applications of satellite-derived parameters 2.2 AWF Applications in meteorology and weather forecasting 30 Onset of monsoon Intra-seasonal and inter-annual variability Tropical cyclones Extra-tropical cyclones Drought monitoring Air-sea interaction 2.2 NM Satellite data assimilation in numerical models 15 General circulation models Concepts of data assimilation Satellite data assimilation Impact of satellite data assimilation 2.3 Global climate and environment 2.3 SC Short-term climate variability 25 El Niño and tele-connection Cloud climatology Land-surface changes Ozone and other trace gases 2.3 LC Long-term climate change 25 Climate change Greenhouse effect and global warming Changes in cryosphere Future climate scenario and satellite missions 2.3 ESI Environment issues and societal impacts 10 Oceanic biological productivity Coastal zone environment Pollution Disaster management Mass communications 3 Pilot projects (three months) 30 A/AC.105/L.238 17 B. (...) London, Academic Press, 1981. Images in weather forecasting: A practical guide for interpreting satellite and radar imagery. (...) Rao, P. K., and others. Weather satellites: Systems, data, and environmental applications.
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得分: 1250650.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/AC.105/L.238&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD ON HER MISSION TO POLAND : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Furthermore, for inmates carrying out heavy physical work and in severe weather conditions, additional meals are served daily. 27 Information provided by the Government, dated 8 June 2016. 28 Information provided by the Government, dated 8 June 2016. 29 Jakóbski v. (...) The Government has launched several programmes to change the awareness of young consumers through widespread education, prevention of bad nutritional habits and actions to increase physical activity in line with guideline 11 of the FAO Voluntary Guidelines to Support the Progressive Realization of the Right to Adequate Food in the Context of National Food Security.
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得分: 1217123 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/34/48/ADD.1&Lang=C
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SYNTHESIS REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FRAMEWORK FOR CAPACITY-BUILDING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
One of the main objectives is to improve the flexibility of the Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) to respond to more severe extreme weather events, ensuring sustainability and effectiveness of the PSNP in view of climate change. (...) An EU–Asia Joint Declaration on climate change was signed at the end of the conference 30–31 May 2010 Dhaka, Bangladesh • European Commission; • UNITAR GCCA GCCA The Asia Regional Conference Successful registration of weather index-based insurance products with the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) WFP and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), in partnership with Guoyuan Insurance (a local insurance company), successfully managed to register two Ended 2009 China • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF); • Government of China; • Weather Risk Management Facility (WRMF, a WFP-IFAD partnership) WRMF publication ‘The potential for scale and sustainability in FC C C /SB I/2010/20 G E.10-63389 11 Activity Purpose/target of activity Date and location Agencies and institutions involved Activity report or web link for further information weather index-based insurance products with the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC). (...) In addition to using historical and real-time weather data, future climate change scenarios can also be processed through Africa RiskView using the tool for a continent-wide impact analysis of climate change on African food security.
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得分: 1207739.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2010/20&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE WARSAW INTERNATIONAL MECHANISM FOR LOSS AND DAMAGE ASSOCIATED WITH CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS
FCCC/SB/2017/1 GE.17-14684 19 A. Extreme weather events and slow onset events 5. Figure 3 illustrates the relevance of extreme weather events and slow onset events to the respondent countries and the degree to which each of them is integrated into countries’ disaster risk management. (...) Of the 43 non-Annex I Parties that responded, 88 per cent indicated that they face challenges in integrating long-term changes from extreme weather events and slow onset events into their country’s climate risk analysis. (...) FCCC/SB/2017/1 22 GE.17-14684 Figure 7 Challenges in integrating long-term changes from extreme weather events and slow onset events into countries’ climate risk analyses E.
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得分: 1200798.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=FCCC/SB/2017/1&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 29 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In several regions of the world, environmental degradation had caused significant instability. Extreme weather events had led to food insecurity and forced displacement. (...) The effects of climate change threatened the existence of many countries. Extreme weather events had led to an increase in the number of environmental refugees, which was a driver of instability. (...) Extreme weather events are destabilizing, and they exacerbate existing challenges.
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得分: 1178932.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/708&Lang=C
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