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#Change & Innovation #Leadership #face-to-face #Up to 1 week Export PDF Introduction Most organizations change working processes, re-organise, introduce new programmes, services or products, evolve their culture or change leaders on a regular basis. (...) While staff are usually experts in their technical area and in what needs to be changed, few staff members are knowledgeable on how to design and manage a change process. Objectives Objectives:  By the end of the experience participants will have deepened their awareness of who they are in change, and how they are being triggered, stirred or enthused; They will have started to deepen their skill in the essential inner capacities needed to lead change well; Participants will know how to implement change in a way that builds the capability of their whole system to handle ongoing dynamic change.
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Score: 272776.76 - https://www.unssc.org/courses/...aging-organizational-change-0/
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#Change & Innovation #Leadership #face-to-face #Up to 1 week Export PDF Introduction Most organizations change working processes, re-organise, introduce new programmes, services or products, evolve their culture or change leaders on a regular basis. (...) While staff are usually experts in their technical area and in what needs to be changed, few staff members are knowledgeable on how to design and manage a change process. Objectives Objectives:  By the end of the experience participants will have deepened their awareness of who they are in change, and how they are being triggered, stirred or enthused; They will have started to deepen their skill in the essential inner capacities needed to lead change well; Participants will know how to implement change in a way that builds the capability of their whole system to handle ongoing dynamic change.
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Score: 272776.76 - https://www.unssc.org/node/135873/
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Basic knowledge | SFM Toolbox | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Español Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation   The Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Module aims to assist forest managers in assessing and responding to climate-change challenges and opportunities. (...) In the forest sector, adaptation encompasses changes in management practices designed to decrease the vulnerability of forests to climate change and interventions intended to reduce the vulnerability of people to climate change. (...) Forest managers should aim to optimize the potential benefits of climate change by taking advantage of policy incentives and financial support mechanisms for climate-change adaptation and mitigation.
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Score: 272776.76 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...mitigation/basic-knowledge/en/
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As part of a project: Strengthening Human Security by Enhancing Resilience to Natural Disasters and Climate-related Threats, IOM is this week (8-10/11) holding a 29 Jun, 2016 Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change Gallery Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change Tags: Climate Change , youth | From UN Climate Change Starting today, young people are invited to tell the world how they are shaping a more sustainable future by entering the second annual Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change. (...) The global project, which is supported by the French Presidency of 19 Feb, 2016 Apply for the 2016 Momentum for Change Awards! Gallery Apply for the 2016 Momentum for Change Awards! Tags: climate action , Climate Change , Momentum for Change Awards , opportunity , UNFCCC , youth | From UNFCCC Submit Your Climate Solution and be Celebrated at the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech, Morocco Are you leading a project that addresses climate change?
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Score: 272695.85 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/tag/climate-change/
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At least three prioritized climate change or disasters indicator and its metadata 2. A list of relevant and prioritized climate change and disasters indicators for Saint Lucia that are also linked to the Paris Agreement and the Global Set of Climate Change Indicators and Statistics of the UNSD. 3. Follow up steps to build further selected climate change and disasters indicators is agreed with the CSO and key stakeholders. 3 Workshop program: Day 1 4 1 Environment, climate change and disasters indicators for Saint Lucia: Needs and priorities 1.1 National policies and plans where environment, climate change and disaster statistics and indicators are required 1.2 Global Set of Climate Change Statistics and Indicators: a tool to identify multi-purpose indicators on climate change 1.3 Climate Change Statistics and Indicators in the Caribbean 2 What is needed to produce and use environment, climate change and disaster statistics and indicators?
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Score: 272688.04 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...roduction-objectives-eclac.pdf
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The rate and intensity of climate change has proved difficult to forecast. Whereas some changes are immediate, others occur in the medium or even extremely long term. (...) Finland promotes multilateral cooperation in combating threats related to the environment and climate change. The most important topics include the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change as well as the ongoing negotiations on a comprehensive climate change convention for the post-2012 climate regime. (...) All these issues are tightly interlinked to climate change. It is imperative to see the women not only as victims, but as powerful agents of change.
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Score: 272661.38 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/res...-64/cc-inputs/Finland_CCIS.pdf
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The length of the review should be determined by the severity and scale of the material change. PART B: PROGRAM CHANGE NOTIFICATION(S) The Programme is requested to provide the following information regarding any modification(s) to the programme’s Scope of Eligibility that could constitute a “material change” as described above. (...) Programme name: American Carbon Registry (ACR) CHANGE 1 a. Description of the change (e.g., the addition, modification, deletion undertaken): ACR would like to change the Program Administrator to Mary Grady. (...) Rationale for the change: The changes in attestation timing were to enhance reporting efficiencies by including the same attestations (no change in substance) in verified Monitoring Reports rather than as a separate process / annual document; c.
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Score: 272640.06 - https://www.icao.int/environme...02020%20with%20attachments.pdf
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Climate change concerns need to be integrated with other issues. (...) A wide range of strategies are available to address these priorities, including sharing the losses, preventing the effects, research and education. Climate change impacts can also be limited by structural and technological change, and/or regulatory and institutional change. (...) The Maritime Policy Green Paper recognises climate change as a major threat, and discusses adaptation to changing coastal risks in Europe.
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Score: 272640.06 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...20and%20water%20adaptation.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Children uprooted in a changing climate Young people on the move are among the most impacted by climate change. (...) UNICEF/UN0436094/Prinsloo Programme Menu Environment and climate change Environment and climate change overview Youth for climate action Children uprooted in a changing climate WASH and climate change The climate is changing everywhere, and uprooted children and young people – whether living in protracted displacement, refugee camps, urban slums or booming mega cities – are among the most exposed to its impacts. (...) Children and young people as agents for change Having adapted to climate change themselves, young people uprooted in the context of climate change have critical skills, experience and ideas needed by societies everywhere.
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Score: 272622.49 - https://www.unicef.org/environ...t-and-climate-change/migration
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WHO | WHO within the United Nations response to climate change Language options Search All WHO This site only Main navigation Home About WHO Countries Health topics Publications Data and statistics Programmes and projects Climate change and human health Global environmental change News & events Multimedia centre Partnerships Publications Links   Climate change and human health   WHO > Programmes and projects > Climate change and human health > Global environmental change Main content printable version WHO within the United Nations response to climate change The United Nations is implementing a system-wide approach to face the diverse challenges posed by climate change. (...) WHO EVENTS AT THE UNFCCC COP Protecting Health in a Changing Climate: WHO Side event at COP 12, Nairobi 2006 Summary of the event Climate change threats to health: WHO events at CoP 11, Montreal, 2005 Summary of the event Is climate change dangerous to human health?: WHO side event at CoP 10, Buenos Aires, 2004 Summary of the event New book demonstrates how climate change impacts on health: Side event at COP9, Milan, 2003 Press release WHO REPORTS TO THE SUBSIDIARY BODY OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVICE (SBSTA) - SBSTA 17 (2002): WHO reports on activities on climate change and human health [pdf 17kb] - SBSTA 15 (2001): WHO reports on activities on climate change and human health [pdf 29kb] - SBSTA 12 (2000): WHO reports on activities related to the risk to human health from climate change [pdf 25kb] ENDORSEMENTS AND STATEMENTS WHO statement to the UNFCCC on Kyoto Protocol coming into force [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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Score: 272597.07 - https://www.who.int/globalchange/climate/unresponse/en/
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