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Score: 1147949.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...resentations/s2-conclusion.pdf
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, 45TH SESSION : 1536TH MEETING, THURSDAY, 11 JULY 1968, PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA
Tw9 new States, Peru and Uruguay, bad become n1lembcrs of IMCO in 'the course of the year under review and others were ex~ectep to join shortly. (...) logiqru Congress in April1967 bad been the approval of the plan for a n~w world weather system called " World Weather Watch ". (...) WMO bad always co·cperatcd with the regional economic commissions and would continue to do so.
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Score: 1146005.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=E/SR.1536&Lang=E
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. • Flight crews must often communicate simultaneously with multiple people • Flight deck: checklists and briefings • Cabin crew: passenger safety or technical issues • Dispatch, AIRINC or other services related to operational issues • Multiple tower / ground frequencies Operational Hazards • Workload issues that must be managed during taxi- out: • Completion of pre-departure checklists • Second engine start requirements • Coordinating amended ATC clearances • Complex taxi routing • All have the potential to contribute to incursion risks Visibility Hazards Flight crew disorientation • CAT III landings have become routine, but the aircraft must still be taxied manually in low visibility operations • Visibility may be an issue in clear weather due to glare or reflection (snow or water) – potential for confusion issues when landing on closely spaced parallel runways • Visibility hazards generally increase pilot workload and is a common contributing factor to incursion risk • Night time operations Signage Signage may be complex, inadequate or not clearly visible • Complexity • Bad positioning / bad environment Airport Design Hazards • Multiple runway and taxiway intersections • Converging intersections at various angles • Closely spaced parallel runways • Failure to hold short after landing • Runway confusion risk, especially for low visibility landing operations • Runways in close proximity to terminal aprons Construction Hazards Hazards appear when part of the airport becomes non-operational • Non-routine operations necessitating use of unfamiliar taxi routes • Taxi routes that may result in more frequent runway crossings more frequently due to closed taxiways • The more crossings, the higher the incursion risk • Increased use of intersection take-offs • Runway confusion – potential for operations on closed runways Pilots Preventive Strategies Knowledge of airport surface markings , lights and signs Briefing of expected taxi out/in routing English language proficiency PA, or company calls are to be avoided while taxiing. sterile cockpit .
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Score: 1142948.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ncursion_hazards_autosaved.pdf
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Background on the development of the draft guidance on water supply and sanitation in extreme weather events 1. Extreme weather events such as floods and droughts are occurring with increasing frequency and intensity in the pan-European region. (...) In poor and rural areas, environmental health hazards are often even more significant, as water supply and sanitation infrastructure is lacking, in a bad state, or because small service suppliers cannot cope with adverse weather conditions. 4. (...) The draft guidance provides an overview of why and how adaptation policies should consider the vulnerability of and new risk elements for health and environment arising from water services management during adverse weather episodes. 10. The draft guidance is intended to guide Parties and non-Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health in the implementation of the Protocol’s provisions in the context of extreme weather events.
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Score: 1137220.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._WH/wh/ece_mp_wh_2010_L4_E.pdf
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2021 is going to be a bad year for world hunger | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Food Systems Summit 2021 Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home About » The Summit Vision and Principles Leadership Contributors Champions Network Action Tracks Levers of Change SDGs Frequently Asked Questions Subscribe News » News Commentary Podcast: Laying Down Tracks Events » The Summit Pre-Summit Upcoming Events Past Events Take Action » Get Involved Good Food For All The Science Summit Dialogues Summit Community » Community Commitments Registry Solutions and Coalitions Best Small Business Competition Press » Pressroom Press Releases Statements Videos Documents and Reports Bangladeshi woman and her child. Mehedi Rahman/WFP By Gernot Laganda, PROC, Chief of Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes, UN World Food Programme 2021 is going to be a bad year for world hunger How climate action can make a difference Today, the UN World Food Programme's live Hunger Map aggregates 957 million people across 93 countries who do not have enough to eat. (...) Our technical abilities to monitor and forecast weather-related hazards have never been as good as today.
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Score: 1129961.6 - https://www.un.org/en/food-sys...going-be-bad-year-world-hunger
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Learn more We Mega Menu - News & Events Latest news Media centre Event calendar DRR platforms International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction World Tsunami Awareness Day Awards We Mega Menu - News & Events 2 Global Platform for DRR Regional Platforms Africa Americas & Caribbean Arab States Asia & Pacific Europe & Central Asia Building Risk Knowledge Knowledge We provide tools such as the DRR Community site PreventionWeb, publications on good practices, and the Global Assessment Report (GAR) Learn more We Mega menu - Knowledge 1 Understanding risk DRR community PreventionWeb International Recovery Platform We Mega menu - Knowledge 2 Global Assessment Report DESINVENTAR UNDRR publications UN resolutions & reports Terminology Home news Updates "Bad situations only get worse without good disaster risk governance" says UN Secretary-General, António Guterres Updates 9 October 2020 Author Denis McClean Source(s) United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction UN Secretary-General António Guterres issues statement to mark International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction The following statement is issued by the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres to mark the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, October 13 The COVID-19 pandemic has brought renewed attention to the importance of strengthening disaster risk reduction. (...) We will see more of this. Extreme weather events have risen dramatically over the past two decades. Yet, we have seen little progress on reducing climate disruption and environmental degradation. Bad situations only get worse without good disaster risk governance.
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Score: 1128930.3 - https://www.undrr.org/news/bad...ance-says-un-secretary-general
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Weathering the uncertainties of climate change in The Gambia | Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   (...) Now we have the forecast we know what will happen and wait to see what is coming, so I save a lot of my time and money now by not going out when it’s bad weather.” Fourteen pilot villages across the country have benefited from the donation of mobile phones, radios and loudspeakers, which are being put to use by local volunteers who have been trained to deliver messages about climate change and weather forecasts through meetings, door-to-door visits and theatre. (...) “Now, what we really need is to know when we do our planting, and the weather forecast really helps us to know this,” he said.
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Score: 1122563 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...tainties-climate-change-gambia
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LETTER DATED 97/05/27 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
As is well known, barge No. 1326 carrying vehicles and building materials was separated from its tugboat due to bad weather, and then was drawn to the territorial waters of the United Arab Emirates by the wind. (...) Therefore, the presence of the barge in territorial waters of the United Arab Emirates was solely due to its separation from its tugboat and the bad weather. In the light of the friendly and good-neighbourly relations that exist between the two countries, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran expected that the Government of the United Arab Emirates would have extended her cooperation to return the barge to the Islamic Republic of Iran, rather than bringing it to the attention of international bodies. -----
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Score: 1122259.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/52/160&Lang=E
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NOTE DATED 51/11/23 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE UNITED STATES DELEGATION TO THE 6TH REGULAR SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 5 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
Approaching r;lnter again brought inclement weather conditions to KOrsa Thursday . Far East Air Forces warplanes, nevertheless, flerr 335 sorties in attacks against Communist airfielrla, supply route0 and front-line positions. (...) The Japan-Korea airlift operation contin~d. Ceepite bad weather and. 315th Air Sivisicn tranenort glazes flex 22C sortieo, . deiivering 635 tens of cargo, which inciuded a_apro;;inateIy 2,OCO passengers and medical evacuees. /LiiITED NATIONS s /2iil3 Page 5 UNITE:, NATIC'NS NAVX FORCES SUMMARY OF THURSDAY'S OPERATIGNS: NC'VEMBER l-5,.1951 Despite bad weather along brth coasts of Kore yesterday (Thursday), Marine Corsairs were launched from the escort carrier U.S.S.
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Score: 1121429.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/2419&Lang=E
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NOTE DATED 53/02/09 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 2 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND
Surface elements continued bombarding installations around Kosang and Wonsan. Bad weather hampered aerial operations over North Korea yesterday. (...) S/2926 Engl:i,sh Page 3 UNITED NATIONS COMMAND COMM.UNIQUE NO. 1,517, ISSUED IN TOKYO10:00 A.M., FRIDAY, FEBRt'AliY 6,1953 (KOREAN TIME) Yesterday was very quiet along the Korean battle-front.probes were ,reported, but all were thrown back. A few minor enemy Bad weather restricted land-based air strikes. Bomber missions wereconcentrated on enemy supplies and battle-line positions, and an ore processingplant in northwest Korea also was singled out.
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Score: 1120444.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/2926&Lang=E
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