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SEA-LEVEL RISE IN RELATION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW :1ST ISSUES PAPER : ADDENDUM / BY BOGDAN AURESCU AND NILÜFER ORAL, CO-CHAIRS OF THE STUDY GROUP ON SEA-LEVEL RISE IN RELATION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW
Sea level rise in a changing climate: What do we know? In Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate, Michael B. (...) In IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, Hans-Otto Pörtner, eds.: pp. 321-445ث Oral, Nilüfer. (...) Responding to changing coasts: The need for fixed and flexible limits and boundaries in the face of sea-level rise.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1002523.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/CN.4/740/ADD.1&Lang=A
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LETTER DATED 13 FEBRUARY 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
* A/72/747 S/2018/115 2/2 18-02554 ا وجهاااة ألم األمااام العاااام مااان ا مثااا ٨١3٢ شااابااي ا ر 31 مر ااال الرساااالة ا ر اااة الدا ألير ي ان لدى األم ا تحدة Memorandum on the issue of changing the ethnocultural features in the territories of Azerbaijan occupied by Armenia The Republic of Azerbaijan has regularly presented to the international community the irrefutable evidence attesting to consistent and deliberate measures undertaken by Armenia in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan with a view to changing the Azerbaijani ethnocultural features of these territories and consolidating the current status quo of the occupation. Such measures by Armenia include, inter alia, conducting illegal archaeological excavations in historical places in the occupied territories and distorting their results, perpetrating barbarian acts of destruction of the Azerbaijani historical monuments of national and world importance, including mosques and other sacred shrines, presenting non-Armenian churches as their own, removing any traces of Azerbaijani cultural and historical roots, changing toponyms, falsifying inscriptions on the monuments and constructing other fake narratives.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 974402.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/747&Lang=A
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PROMOTING FOOD AND WATER SECURITY THROUGH COOPERATION AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE ARAB REGION
Other challenges include dwindling arable lands, unsustainable production and consumption patterns, changing lifestyles, the increasingly degraded environment and the rising uncertainty due to on-going socio-political transformations and unrests. (...) This is to be achieved by strengthening the national and regional knowledge base, capacity development and greater regional cooperation. 4 Strategy To achieve its objective, the project will strive to accomplish the following four strategic expected accomplishments (components) over a period extending to December 2018: Enhancing the capacity for intra- regional coordinated policy development on food and water security Strengthening the capacity to assess the impacts of changing water availability on agricultural production Enhancing the capacity for efficient food production Enhancing the assessment capacity of the status of food security 5Promoting Food and Water Security through Cooperation and Capacity Development in the Arab Region The four project components will be implemented in partnership, cooperation and coordination with member countries, the following organizations, specialized agencies and research institutes: • The League of Arab States and its Ministerial Councils • The Arab Center for the Studies of Arid zones and Dry lands • FAO Regional Office for Near East and North Africa • International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit • American University of Beirut • Arabian Gulf University • King Saud University Project's activities and outcomes Component I: Assessing the impacts of changing water availability on agricultural production The emergency Arab food security programme anticipates increasing agricultural production partly through horizontal expansion, where additional water requirements are to be satisfied from savings 6 expected from increasing irrigation water efficiency projects.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 949874.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WA/SDPD/2017/BROCHURE.1&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES SERVING AS THE MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL ON ITS 3RD SESSION, HELD IN BALI FROM 3 TO 15 DECEMBER 2007 : ADDENDUM
Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+) (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+) (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+)
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 933438.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CCC/KP/CMP/2007/9/ADD.2&Lang=A
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GOOD PRACTICE GUIDANCE FOR LAND USE, LAND-USE CHANGE AND FORESTRY ACTIVITIES UNDER ARTICLE 3, PARAS 3 AND 4, OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL :DRAFT CONCLUSIONS : ADDENDUM / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+) (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+) (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+)
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 923646.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...C/SBSTA/2007/L.21/ADD.1&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
SEA-LEVEL RISE IN RELATION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW :2ND ISSUES PAPER : ADDENDUM / BY PATRICIA GALVÃO TELES AND JUAN JOSÉ RUDA SANTOLARIA, CO-CHAIRS OF THE STUDY GROUP ON SEA-LEVEL RISE IN RELATION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW
Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013. (...) In New Knowledge and Changing Circumstances in the Law of the Sea . Leiden; Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2020, pp. 407–426. (...) In Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate, edited by Gregory E. Wannier and Michael B.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 883782 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/CN.4/752/ADD.1&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
DRAFT CONCLUSIONS ON AGENDA ITEM 3 (A) : ADDENDUM / PROPOSED BY THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE CONTACT GROUP
Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and by changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and net CO2 emissions to be positive (+) (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+). (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+).
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 877613 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...C/SBSTA/2004/L.15/ADD.1&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
GOOD PRACTICE GUIDANCE AND OTHER ISSUES RELATING TO LAND USE, LAND-USE CHANGE AND FORESTRY : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS : ADDENDUM / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and by changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and net CO2 emissions to be positive (+) (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+). (...) Net changes in carbon stocks are converted to CO2 by multiplying C by 44/12 and changing the sign for net CO2 removals to be negative (-) and for net CO2 emissions to be positive (+).
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 877613 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...C/SBSTA/2004/L.26/ADD.1&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
FINANCING OF PARTICIPATION OF EXPERTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND ECONOMIES IN TRANSITION IN UNCTAD'S INTERGOVERNMENTAL EXPERT MEETINGS : NOTE
��,S� ��lO� ����������������+ ŽO�3����:�.S��(�%� O� 2����H���+ ��� ����� ����=�����9 ' ������)�s����'��� �'� �[������G% ���o12��"��*��M� I ���� ����� ������(��-�+ ,���=�����(���p���+�'�- ����p ����@�b9 ' �� � � � Total from DCs of which LDCs of which financed experts % experts from DCs Expert Meeting on International Investment Agreements 24-26/03/99 34 2 17 62 55% 182 Expert Meeting on Trade in the Agricultural Sector 26-28/04/99 71 4 17 91 78% 199 Expert Meeting on Sustainable Financial and Non-financial Services for SME Development 02-04/06/99 50 16 25 69 72% 141 Expert Meeting on Air Transport Services 21-23/06/99 39 14 17 49 80% 103 Expert Meeting on Portfolio Investment Flows and Foreign Direct Investments 28-30/06/99 35 8 15 58 60% 118 Expert Meeting on the Impact of Changing Supply-and-Demand Market Structures on Commodity Prices and Exports of Major Interest to Developing Countries 07-09/07/99 49 17 29 59 83% 116 Expert Meeting on Capacity-building in the Area of Electronic Commerce: Legal and Regulatory Dimensions 14-16/07/99 73 15 26 91 80% 181 TOTAL 351 76 146 479 73% 1040 Percentage of LDCs or financed experts/total developing country experts 22% 42% * Overall participation includes experts from capitals and participants from Geneva-based Missions, IGOs, specialized agencies, UN, NGOs, panellists and special guests. (...) Table 1(c): Participation of experts from capitals in UNCTAD expert meetings in 2001** Meeting Dates Experts from capitals Overall* Participation Page 8 TD /B/W P/146 Expert Meeting on International Investment Agreements 24-26/03/99 17 60'441 3'555 Expert Meeting on Trade in the Agricultural Sector 26-28/04/99 17 65'440 3'849 Expert Meeting on Sustainable Financial and Non-financial Services for SME Development 02-04/06/99 25 84'649 3'386 Expert Meeting on Air Transport Services 21-23/06/99 17 54'528 3'208 Expert Meeting on Portfolio Investment Flows and Foreign Direct Investments 28-30/06/99 15 52'497 3'500 Expert Meeting on the Impact of Changing Supply-and-Demand Market Structures on Commodity Prices and Exports of Major Interest to Developing Countries 07-09/07/99 29 95'428 3'291 Expert Meeting on Capacity-building in the Area of Electronic Commerce: Legal and Regulatory Dimensions 14-16/07/99 26 87'305 3'358 TOTAL 146 500'288 3'427 Page 9 TD /B/W P/146 Meeting Table 2(a): Expenditures for experts financed and attending UNCTAD expert meetings in 1999 (in US$) Average cost per expert US$ Dates financed Total cost US$ � Expert Meeting on Mergers and Acquisitions: Policies aimed at Maximizing the Positive and Minimizing Possible Negative Impact of International Investment 19-21/06/00 13 45'557 3'504 Expert Meeting on Impact of the Reform Process in Agriculture on LDCs and Net Food- Importing Developing Countries and Ways to Address their Concerns in Multilateral Trade Negotiations 24-26/07/00 16 56'811 3'551 Expert Meeting on Electronic Commerce and Tourism 18-20/09/00 17 61'492 3'617 Expert Meeting on National Experiences with Regulations and Liberalization: Examples in the Construction Services Sector and its Contribution to the Development of Developing 23-25/10/00 14 46'284 3'306 Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices 30/10-1/11/00 17 58'221 3'425 Expert Meeting on Home Country Measures 8-10/11/00 17 48'881 2'875 Expert Meeting on the Relationships between SMEs and TNCs to Ensure the Competitiveness of SMEs 27-29/11/00 18 56'663 3'148 Expert Meeting on the Impact of Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Actions 4-6/12/00 19 62'301 3'279 Expert Meeting on Human Resources Development and Training in Trade-Supporting Services: Key to growth with special potential for LDCs 13-15/12/00 19 51'149 2'692 TOTAL 150 487'359 3'249 Total cost US$Meeting Table 2(b): Expenditures for experts and attending UNCTAD expert meetings in 2000 (in US$) Average cost per expert US$ Dates experts financed Page 10 TD /B/W P/146 Expert Meeting on International Arrangements for Transfer of Technology: Access to Technology and Capacity-building 1/ 27-29/06/01 5 15'461 3'092 Expert Meeting on Ways to Enhance the Production and Export Capacities of Developping Countries of Agricultural and Food Products, including Niche Products, such as Environmentally Preferable Products 2/ 16-18/07/01 5 17'730 3'546 Expert Meeting on Energy Services in International Trade: Development Implications 3/ 23-25/07/01 6 20'290 3'382 TOTAL 16 53'481 3'343 * Covers the period of 1 January 2001 to 31 July 2001. 1/ One expert out of the 5 was financed from the Finnish contribution for a total of US$ 4,583. 2/ Two experts out of the five were financed from the Finnish contribution for a total of US$ 10,801. 3/ Three experts out of the 6 were financed from the Finnish contirbution for a total of US$ 8,525. (...) Year Asia Total 1999 40 146 2000 45 150 2001 6 16 Total experts: 91 312 Total countries 22 81 Table 4(d): Experts financed per geographical region Summary 1999-2001* 131 36 Latin 46 41 3 90 23 Africa 60 64 7 GRAND TOTAL experts: GRAND TOTAL countries: Table 4(c): Distribution of experts financed per country within geographical region and with special attention to LDCs (2001*) Africa Asia Latin America TD/B/WP/146 Page 17 � Expert Meeting on International Investment Agreements 24-26/03/99 1 5.9% 16 94.1% 17 Expert Meeting on Trade in the Agricultural Sector 26-28/04/99 3 17.6% 14 82.4% 17 Expert Meeting on Sustainable Financial and Non- financial Services for SME Development 02-04/06/99 7 28.0% 18 72.0% 25 Expert Meeting on Air Transport Services 21-23/06/99 0 0% 17 100% 17 Expert Meeting on Portfolio Investment Flows and Foreign Direct Investments 28-30/06/99 2 13.3% 13 86.7% 15 Expert Meeting on the Impact of Changing Supply- and-Demand Market Structures on Commodity Prices and Exports of Major Interest to Developing Countries 07-09/07/99 5 17.2% 24 82.8% 29 Expert Meeting on Capacity-building in the Area of Electronic Commerce: Legal and Regulatory Dimensions 14-16/07/99 9 34.6% 17 65.4% 26 TOTAL 27 18.5% 119 81.5% 146 Page 18 TD /B/W P/146 Meeting Table 5(a): Gender distribution of experts financed and attending UNCTAD expert meetings in 1999 (in US$) Dates Women % expertsMen % Expert Meeting on Mergers and Acquisitions: Policies aimed at Maximizing the Positive and Minimizing Possible Negative Impact of International Investment 19-21/06/00 3 23.1% 10 76.9% 13 Expert Meeting on Impact of the Reform Process in Agriculture on LDCs and Net Food-Importing Developing Countries and Ways to Address their Concerns in Multilateral Trade Negotiations 24-26/07/00 4 25% 12 75% 16 Expert Meeting on Electronic Commerce and Tourism 18-20/09/00 1 5.9% 16 94.1% 17 Expert Meeting on National Experiences with Regulations and Liberalization: Examples in the Construction Services Sector and its Contribution to the Development of Developing 23-25/10/00 1 7.1% 13 92.9% 14 Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices 30/10-1/11/00 4 23.5% 13 76.5% 17 Expert Meeting on Home Country Measures 8-10/11/00 3 17.6% 14 82.4% 17 Expert Meeting on the Relationships between SMEs and TNCs to Ensure the Competitiveness of SMEs 27-29/11/00 4 22.2% 14 77.8% 18 Expert Meeting on the Impact of Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Actions 4-6/12/00 6 31.6% 13 68.4% 19 Expert Meeting on Human Resources Development and Training in Trade- Supporting Services: Key to growth with special potential for LDCs 13-15/12/00 8 42.1% 11 57.9% 19 TOTAL 34 22.7% 116 77.3% 150 % expertsMeeting Table 5(b): Gender distribution of experts financed and attending UNCTAD expert meetings in 2000 (in US$) Dates Women % Men Page 19 TD /B/W P/146 � Expert Meeting on International Arrangements for Transfer of Technology: Access to Technology and Capacity-building 27-29/06/01 1 20% 4 80% 5 Expert Meeting on Ways to Enhance the Production and Export Capacities of Developping Countries of Agricultural and Food Products, including Niche Products, such as Environmentally Preferable Products 16-18/07/01 2 40% 3 60% 5 Expert Meeting on Energy Services in International Trade: Development Implications 23-25/07/01 0 0% 6 100% 6 TOTAL 3 18.8% 13 81.2% 16 * Covers the period of 1 January 2001 to 31 July 2001.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 851960.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=TD/B/WP/146&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE AZERBAIJAN: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER (OMBUDSMAN) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Ombudsman proposed bringing the national legislative framework in comply with the Convention; improving the national legal norms and changing the terms ineligible and degrading the PWDs, adopting new legal norms; making appropriate amendments to the titles and texts of the national laws about adoption of the Optional Protocol to the Convention dated 2 October, 2008 and to the Decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan on celebrating the International Day of Disabled Persons dated 27 November, 1995, including other legislative acts in compliance with the Convention; changing the wording “disabled persons” into the “persons with disabilities”.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 851618.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/HRC/31/NI/18&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods