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Global burn registry released to the public Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Registering to participate in the Global Burn Registry is straight forward and carried out through this website on the pages that follow. (...) WHO recommends that all persons interested in either accessing and using the data in the Global Burn Registry, or registering their health facility to participate in the Global Burn Registry, should first read a brief Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document which provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about the Global Burn Registry.
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Score: 1213650.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...9-01-2018-global-burn-registry
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Burn-out an "occupational phenomenon": International Classification of Diseases Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) It is described in the chapter: ‘Factors influencing health status or contact with health services’ – which includes reasons for which people contact health services but that are not classed as illnesses or health conditions. Burn-out is defined in ICD-11 as follows: “Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. (...) Burn-out was also included in ICD-10, in the same category as in ICD-11, but the definition is now more detailed.
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Score: 1156775.2 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...nal-classification-of-diseases
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PowerPoint Presentation Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Ted Thrasher Environment Branch Environmental Modelling Unit ICAO Air Transport Bureau © ICAO 2014 1 Aviation System Block Upgrades © ICAO 2014 2 2010 Global Air Traffic Management System Efficiency Inefficiencies 12.75% Necessary fuel burn 87.25% Source: IEOGG 2013 In 2010, the global ATM system was between 87.25% and 89.75% efficient. © ICAO 2014 3 Operational Efficiency in a Static ATM System up to 2040 Inefficiency , 14.75% Necessary fuel burn, 85.25% 2020 Inefficiency, 16.75% Necessary fuel burn, 83.25% 2030 Inefficiency, 18.75% Necessary fuel burn, 81.25% 2040 1.7x 2010 Operations 2.7x 2010 Operations 4.0x 2010 Operations Source: IEOGG 2013 and CAEP/9 Forecast If no ATM improvements are made, system efficiency will degrade by 2% every decade. © ICAO 2014 4 Modules Selected for Initial Analysis Module Title Benefits B0-CDO Continuous Descent Operations Reduced fuel burn on arrival B0-FRTO Free Route Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-RSEQ Runway Sequencing Reduced airborne holding and taxi-out time B0-CCO Continuous Climb Operations Reduced fuel burn during climb B0-NOPS Network Operations Reduced fuel burn in all phases of flight, including taxi B0-TBO Trajectory Based Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation Reduced taxi-out time and reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making Reduced taxi-out time B0-ASUR Alternative Surveillance Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-OPFL Optimum Flight Levels Reduced in-flight fuel burn © ICAO 2014 5 Preliminary Results (1 of 2) 2018 Fuel Savings compared with 2013 Baseline (Mt) © ICAO 2014 6 Preliminary Results (2 of 2) © ICAO 2014 7 Preliminary Conclusions • The results took into account a 1% degradation in ATM system efficiency that was expected in the absence of any action during the 2013-2018 timeframe. • The implementation of ASBU Block 0 concept would limit that degradation to 0.5% with the possibility to provide a net benefit in efficiency gains of 1.0 to 2.0% based upon full global implementation of the Block 0 modules. • The final results of the analysis will be published in the Global Air Navigation Report 2014. © ICAO 2014 8 Next Steps • Robust analysis of Block 0 – new modules added: – APTA (approach procedures including vertical guidance) – RSEQ (AMAN/DMAN) – SURF (A-SMGCS, ASDE-X) – FICE (increased efficiency through ground- ground integration) – DAIM (digital AIM) – AMET (Met information supporting enhanced operational efficiency) • Preparing for Block 1 evaluation © ICAO 2014 9 © ICAO 2014 10 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: http://www.icao.int/env http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/SUSTAF Review[2].pdf
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Score: 1147124.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Cameroon/5-3_ASBU-Benefits.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Ted Thrasher Environment Branch Environmental Modelling Unit ICAO Air Transport Bureau © ICAO 2014 1 Aviation System Block Upgrades © ICAO 2014 2 2010 Global Air Traffic Management System Efficiency Inefficiencies 12.75% Necessary fuel burn 87.25% Source: IEOGG 2013 In 2010, the global ATM system was between 87.25% and 89.75% efficient. © ICAO 2014 3 Operational Efficiency in a Static ATM System up to 2040 Inefficiency , 14.75% Necessary fuel burn, 85.25% 2020 Inefficiency, 16.75% Necessary fuel burn, 83.25% 2030 Inefficiency, 18.75% Necessary fuel burn, 81.25% 2040 1.7x 2010 Operations 2.7x 2010 Operations 4.0x 2010 Operations Source: IEOGG 2013 and CAEP/9 Forecast If no ATM improvements are made, system efficiency will degrade by 2% every decade. © ICAO 2014 4 Modules Selected for Initial Analysis Module Title Benefits B0-CDO Continuous Descent Operations Reduced fuel burn on arrival B0-FRTO Free Route Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-RSEQ Runway Sequencing Reduced airborne holding and taxi-out time B0-CCO Continuous Climb Operations Reduced fuel burn during climb B0-NOPS Network Operations Reduced fuel burn in all phases of flight, including taxi B0-TBO Trajectory Based Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation Reduced taxi-out time and reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making Reduced taxi-out time B0-ASUR Alternative Surveillance Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-OPFL Optimum Flight Levels Reduced in-flight fuel burn © ICAO 2014 5 Preliminary Results (1 of 2) 2018 Fuel Savings compared with 2013 Baseline (Mt) © ICAO 2014 6 Preliminary Results (2 of 2) © ICAO 2014 7 Preliminary Conclusions • The results took into account a 1% degradation in ATM system efficiency that was expected in the absence of any action during the 2013-2018 timeframe. • The implementation of ASBU Block 0 concept would limit that degradation to 0.5% with the possibility to provide a net benefit in efficiency gains of 1.0 to 2.0% based upon full global implementation of the Block 0 modules. • The final results of the analysis will be published in the Global Air Navigation Report 2014. © ICAO 2014 8 Next Steps • Robust analysis of Block 0 – new modules added: – APTA (approach procedures including vertical guidance) – RSEQ (AMAN/DMAN) – SURF (A-SMGCS, ASDE-X) – FICE (increased efficiency through ground- ground integration) – DAIM (digital AIM) – AMET (Met information supporting enhanced operational efficiency) • Preparing for Block 1 evaluation © ICAO 2014 9 © ICAO 2014 10 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: http://www.icao.int/env http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/SUSTAF Review[2].pdf
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Score: 1147124.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0Benefits%20(with%20audio).pdf
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Fuel and CO2 benefits from ASBU Block 0 Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Ted Thrasher Environment Branch Environmental Modelling Unit ICAO Air Transport Bureau © ICAO 2014 1 Aviation System Block Upgrades © ICAO 2014 2 2010 Global Air Traffic Management System Efficiency Inefficiencies 12.75% Necessary fuel burn 87.25% Source: IEOGG 2013 In 2010, the global ATM system was between 87.25% and 89.75% efficient. © ICAO 2014 3 Operational Efficiency in a Static ATM System up to 2040 Inefficiency , 14.75% Necessary fuel burn, 85.25% 2020 Inefficiency, 16.75% Necessary fuel burn, 83.25% 2030 Inefficiency, 18.75% Necessary fuel burn, 81.25% 2040 1.7x 2010 Operations 2.7x 2010 Operations 4.0x 2010 Operations Source: IEOGG 2013 and CAEP/9 Forecast If no ATM improvements are made, system efficiency will degrade by 2% every decade. © ICAO 2014 4 Modules Selected for Initial Analysis Module Title Benefits B0-CDO Continuous Descent Operations Reduced fuel burn on arrival B0-FRTO Free Route Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-RSEQ Runway Sequencing Reduced airborne holding and taxi-out time B0-CCO Continuous Climb Operations Reduced fuel burn during climb B0-NOPS Network Operations Reduced fuel burn in all phases of flight, including taxi B0-TBO Trajectory Based Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation Reduced taxi-out time and reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making Reduced taxi-out time B0-ASUR Alternative Surveillance Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-OPFL Optimum Flight Levels Reduced in-flight fuel burn © ICAO 2014 5 Preliminary Results (1 of 2) 2018 Fuel Savings compared with 2013 Baseline (Mt) © ICAO 2014 6 Preliminary Results (2 of 2) © ICAO 2014 7 Preliminary Conclusions • The results took into account a 1% degradation in ATM system efficiency that was expected in the absence of any action during the 2013-2018 timeframe. • The implementation of ASBU Block 0 concept would limit that degradation to 0.5% with the possibility to provide a net benefit in efficiency gains of 1.0 to 2.0% based upon full global implementation of the Block 0 modules. • The final results of the analysis will be published in the Global Air Navigation Report 2014. © ICAO 2014 8 Next Steps • Robust analysis of Block 0 – new modules added: – APTA (approach procedures including vertical guidance) – RSEQ (AMAN/DMAN) – SURF (A-SMGCS, ASDE-X) – FICE (increased efficiency through ground- ground integration) – DAIM (digital AIM) – AMET (Met information supporting enhanced operational efficiency) • Preparing for Block 1 evaluation © ICAO 2014 9 © ICAO 2014 10 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: http://www.icao.int/env http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/SUSTAF Review[2].pdf
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Score: 1147124.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...viationSystemBlockUpgrades.pdf
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Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Environment ICAO Air Transport Bureau © ICAO 2015 1 Aviation System Block Upgrades © ICAO 2015 2 2010 Global Air Traffic Management System Efficiency Inefficiencies 12.75% Necessary fuel burn 87.25% Source: IEOGG 2013 In 2010, the global ATM system was between 87.25% and 89.75% efficient. © ICAO 2015 3 Operational Efficiency in a Static ATM System up to 2040 Inefficiency , 14.75% Necessary fuel burn, 85.25% 2020 Inefficiency, 16.75% Necessary fuel burn, 83.25% 2030 Inefficiency, 18.75% Necessary fuel burn, 81.25% 2040 1.7x 2010 Operations 2.7x 2010 Operations 4.0x 2010 Operations Source: IEOGG 2013 and CAEP/9 Forecast If no ATM improvements are made, system efficiency will degrade by 2% every decade. © ICAO 2015 4 CAEP International Aviation Net CO2 Emissions Trends © ICAO 2015 5 Analysis Overview Identify modules that may deliver fuel savings Identify existing studies related to those modules that quantified the savings Turn those quantified results into rules of thumb Gather implementation plans from States Integrate with CAEP trends modelling to arrive at global estimate 6 © ICAO 2015 Modules Selected for Initial Analysis Module Title Benefits B0-CDO Continuous Descent Operations Reduced fuel burn on arrival B0-FRTO Free Route Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-RSEQ Runway Sequencing Reduced airborne holding and taxi-out time B0-CCO Continuous Climb Operations Reduced fuel burn during climb B0-NOPS Network Operations Reduced fuel burn in all phases of flight, including taxi B0-TBO Trajectory Based Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation Reduced taxi-out time and reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making Reduced taxi-out time B0-ASUR Alternative Surveillance Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-OPFL Optimum Flight Levels Reduced in-flight fuel burn © ICAO 2015 7 Preliminary Results (1 of 2) 2018 Fuel Savings compared with 2013 Baseline (Mt) © ICAO 2015 8 Preliminary Results (2 of 2) © ICAO 2015 9 Preliminary Conclusions • Assuming a 1% degradation in ATM system efficiency in the absence of any action during the 2013-2018 timeframe… • The implementation of ASBU Block 0 concept would limit that degradation to 0.5% with the possibility to provide a net benefit in efficiency gains of 1.0 to 2.0% based upon full global implementation of the Block 0 modules. © ICAO 2015 10 Next Steps • Robust analysis of Block 0 – new modules added: – APTA (approach procedures including vertical guidance) – RSEQ (AMAN/DMAN) – SURF (A-SMGCS, ASDE-X) – FICE (increased efficiency through ground- ground integration) – DAIM (digital AIM) – AMET (Met information supporting enhanced operational efficiency) • Preparing for Block 1 evaluation © ICAO 2015 11 Additional Information © ICAO 2015 12 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: http://www.icao.int http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/SUSTAF Review[2].pdf
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Score: 1141359.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...15-Dubai/5-3_ASBU-Benefits.pdf
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ICAO “International Aviation and Environment” Seminar Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Environmental Modelling Unit ICAO Air Transport Bureau © ICAO 2014 1 Aviation System Block Upgrades © ICAO 2014 2 2010 Global Air Traffic Management System Efficiency Inefficiencies 12.75% Necessary fuel burn 87.25% Source: IEOGG 2013 In 2010, the global ATM system was between 87.25% and 89.75% efficient. © ICAO 2014 3 Operational Efficiency in a Static ATM System up to 2040 Inefficiency , 14.75% Necessary fuel burn, 85.25% 2020 Inefficiency, 16.75% Necessary fuel burn, 83.25% 2030 Inefficiency, 18.75% Necessary fuel burn, 81.25% 2040 1.7x 2010 Operations 2.7x 2010 Operations 4.0x 2010 Operations Source: IEOGG 2013 and CAEP/9 Forecast If no ATM improvements are made, system efficiency will degrade by 2% every decade. © ICAO 2014 4 CAEP International Aviation Net CO2 Emissions Trends © ICAO 2014 5 Analysis Overview Identify modules that may deliver fuel savings Identify existing studies related to those modules that quantified the savings Turn those quantified results into rules of thumb Gather implementation plans from States Integrate with CAEP trends modelling to arrive at global estimate 6 © ICAO 2014 Modules Selected for Initial Analysis Module Title Benefits B0-CDO Continuous Descent Operations Reduced fuel burn on arrival B0-FRTO Free Route Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-RSEQ Runway Sequencing Reduced airborne holding and taxi-out time B0-CCO Continuous Climb Operations Reduced fuel burn during climb B0-NOPS Network Operations Reduced fuel burn in all phases of flight, including taxi B0-TBO Trajectory Based Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation Reduced taxi-out time and reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making Reduced taxi-out time B0-ASUR Alternative Surveillance Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-OPFL Optimum Flight Levels Reduced in-flight fuel burn © ICAO 2014 7 Preliminary Results (1 of 2) 2018 Fuel Savings compared with 2013 Baseline (Mt) © ICAO 2014 8 Preliminary Results (2 of 2) © ICAO 2014 9 Preliminary Conclusions • Assuming a 1% degradation in ATM system efficiency in the absence of any action during the 2013-2018 timeframe… • The implementation of ASBU Block 0 concept would limit that degradation to 0.5% with the possibility to provide a net benefit in efficiency gains of 1.0 to 2.0% based upon full global implementation of the Block 0 modules. © ICAO 2014 10 Next Steps • Robust analysis of Block 0 – new modules added: – APTA (approach procedures including vertical guidance) – RSEQ (AMAN/DMAN) – SURF (A-SMGCS, ASDE-X) – FICE (increased efficiency through ground- ground integration) – DAIM (digital AIM) – AMET (Met information supporting enhanced operational efficiency) • Preparing for Block 1 evaluation © ICAO 2014 11 © ICAO 2014 12 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: http://www.icao.int http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/SUSTAF Review[2].pdf
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Score: 1141359.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Malaysia/5-3_ASBU-Benefits.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Fuel and CO2 Benefits from ASBU Block 0 Environment ICAO Air Transport Bureau © ICAO 2015 1 Aviation System Block Upgrades © ICAO 2015 2 2010 Global Air Traffic Management System Efficiency Inefficiencies 12.75% Necessary fuel burn 87.25% Source: IEOGG 2013 In 2010, the global ATM system was between 87.25% and 89.75% efficient. © ICAO 2015 3 Operational Efficiency in a Static ATM System up to 2040 Inefficiency , 14.75% Necessary fuel burn, 85.25% 2020 Inefficiency, 16.75% Necessary fuel burn, 83.25% 2030 Inefficiency, 18.75% Necessary fuel burn, 81.25% 2040 1.7x 2010 Operations 2.7x 2010 Operations 4.0x 2010 Operations Source: IEOGG 2013 and CAEP/9 Forecast If no ATM improvements are made, system efficiency will degrade by 2% every decade. © ICAO 2015 4 CAEP International Aviation Net CO2 Emissions Trends © ICAO 2015 5 Analysis Overview Identify modules that may deliver fuel savings Identify existing studies related to those modules that quantified the savings Turn those quantified results into rules of thumb Gather implementation plans from States Integrate with CAEP trends modelling to arrive at global estimate 6 © ICAO 2015 Modules Selected for Initial Analysis Module Title Benefits B0-CDO Continuous Descent Operations Reduced fuel burn on arrival B0-FRTO Free Route Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-RSEQ Runway Sequencing Reduced airborne holding and taxi-out time B0-CCO Continuous Climb Operations Reduced fuel burn during climb B0-NOPS Network Operations Reduced fuel burn in all phases of flight, including taxi B0-TBO Trajectory Based Operations Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation Reduced taxi-out time and reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making Reduced taxi-out time B0-ASUR Alternative Surveillance Reduced in-flight fuel burn B0-OPFL Optimum Flight Levels Reduced in-flight fuel burn © ICAO 2015 7 Preliminary Results (1 of 2) 2018 Fuel Savings compared with 2013 Baseline (Mt) © ICAO 2015 8 Preliminary Results (2 of 2) © ICAO 2015 9 Preliminary Conclusions • Assuming a 1% degradation in ATM system efficiency in the absence of any action during the 2013-2018 timeframe… • The implementation of ASBU Block 0 concept would limit that degradation to 0.5% with the possibility to provide a net benefit in efficiency gains of 1.0 to 2.0% based upon full global implementation of the Block 0 modules. © ICAO 2015 10 Next Steps • Robust analysis of Block 0 – new modules added: – APTA (approach procedures including vertical guidance) – RSEQ (AMAN/DMAN) – SURF (A-SMGCS, ASDE-X) – FICE (increased efficiency through ground- ground integration) – DAIM (digital AIM) – AMET (Met information supporting enhanced operational efficiency) • Preparing for Block 1 evaluation © ICAO 2015 11 Additional Information © ICAO 2015 12 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: http://www.icao.int http://www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/SUSTAF Review[2].pdf
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Score: 1141359.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Benefits-from-ASBU-Block-0.pdf
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Fuel not fire: from burning crop waste to bioenergy  | FAO Stories | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Toggle navigation العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES Fuel not fire: from burning crop waste to bioenergy Finding sustainable uses for crop waste in India and worldwide Many farmers feel they have no option but to burn their crop residues to dispose of them, but innovative solutions can turn them into sustainable energy for communities. (...) This is largely due to the burning of rice straw, combined with the exhaust fumes from heavy traffic, open fires for cooking or the burning of rubbish to keep warm. (...) Learn more Publication: FAO’s Bioenergy and Food Security Approach -Implementation Guide (Available only in English) Publication: BEFS: Country case studies (Available only in English) Website: FAO Energy (Available only in English) Website: FAO in India (Available only in English)   1.
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Score: 1136448 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1303769/
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From burning to composting in Sri Lanka Empowering women through “Safe Cities & Safe Communities Initiative” Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific Countries Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region: Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) I did not know burning will ultimately cause health issues to my loved ones and will have an impact on our environment. The midwife taught us the negative consequences of burning waste,’ says 35-year-old Nadeesha a resident of Nagoda, Kalutara who attended the first awareness session.
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Score: 1126092.8 - https://www.who.int/srilanka/n...es-safe-communities-initiative
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