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(Pan-) European perspectives on SDG6 regarding Sustainable Freshwater Management and Transboundary Co-operation • European Environment Agency (EEA) experiences and information on freshwater management in the context of ENI East, Central Asia and Western Balkans (Nihat Zal, European Environment Agency) • Global Environment Monitoring System for freshwater (GEMS/Water) and GEMStat (Philipp Saile, UNEP GEMS/Water Programme) • UNECE activities in support of SDG 6 monitoring (Sarah Tiefenauer-Linardon, UNECE) Presentations, followed by questions and answers (20+5 min) Five-minute comfort break whenever needed 11:15 – 12:00 3. Country experience from • Central Asia – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan regarding SDG 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water & sanitation for all Target 6.3 By 2030, improve water quality by reducing pollution Target 6.4 By 2030, substantially increase water-use efficiency Target 6.5 By 2030, implement integrated water resources management & transboundary cooperation Presentations/statements, followed by questions and answers (15+5 min) o Transboundary basin planning in the Central Asian countries of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan (Alexandr Nikolayenko, Regional Adviser Green Central Asia - Transboundary dialogue on climate, environment and security in Central Asia and Afghanistan, Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH) 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break With financial support from the United Nations Development Account Programme (11th tranche) 2 13:00 - 14:45 3. Country experience (continued) from • Caucasus - Armenia, Georgia o Transboundary monitoring in Armenia and Georgia from the European Water Initiative (EUWI+) perspective (Kristina Schaufler, EUWI+ thematic lead for surface water, Environment Agency Austria) • Southern/Central Europe – Bosnia & Hercegovina, North Macedonia, Austria o Austria: Shared Water Information in Austria and beyond (Stephan Nemetz, Head of Team Surface Waters, Environment Agency Austria) Five-minute comfort break whenever needed 14:45 - 15:30 4. Wrap-Up & Conclusions - Conclusion and perspectives - Webinars and project actions planned for 2021
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Welcome and introduction – setting the scene - UNECE, UNEP, Environment Agency Austria 09:45 – 12:30 Five-minute comfort break whenever needed 2. (Pan-) European perspectives on SDG15 regarding Biodiversity Conservation • EU nature restoration targets – implementing and monitoring the European Biodiversity Strategy to 2030, Brian MacSharry, European Environment Agency • Proportion of land that is degraded over total land area - SDG indicator 15.3.1, Sara Minelli, Jamal Annagylyjova, UNCCD Secretariat • Coverage by protected areas of important sites for terrestrial and freshwater, and for mountain biodiversity - SDG indicators 15.1.2 and 15.4.1, speaker tbc • Supporting European Green Infrastructure along the Green Belt for improved habitat connectivity, through policy relevant integration of modern technologies including Copernicus-Services and CDDA-datasets, Gebhard Banko, Head of Remote Sensing Team, Environment Agency Austria • Global biodiversity framework in relation to SDG 15, Jillian Campbell, CBD Secretariat Presentations, followed by questions and answers (15+5 min) 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch break 13:30 – 15:15 Five-minute comfort break whenever needed 3.
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Score: 824781.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...20webinar_26%20May%2021__1.pdf
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In hospital you are beaten, at home you get someone who comforts you until you deliver. • Women are not comforted, you are left alone.
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Score: 824781.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/events/2015/nossal_abuse.pdf
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Dress warmly, wear comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella!  The tour leaves at 2:00 pm returning approximately 4:00 pm  NOTE:  This tour may be rescheduled to Tuesday morning if the weather is too  unsuitable for walking.    (...) Walking in Halifax on  a November evening may require a warm waterproof coat & comfortable shoes!  “Don’t forget your umbrella!!!” 
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Score: 824781.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/g...ccompanying_Person_Program.pdf
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Sharing lessons learned and looking into the future السيد Comfort Mare University of Zimbabwe زمبابوي 23.09.2015 Dear all I would like to respond to the question on;  How can we ensure the participation of youth in the wider food security dialogue? (...) Therefore in conclusion, ensuring participation of the youth in the wider food security dialogue should be viewed as a long term process which does not happen over night but starts with developing their interest over time as they grow from childhood. Kind regards Comfort Mare اضغط "المزيد" لقراءة معلومات أكثر أقرأ في صفحة منفصلة ادخل على حسابك نسيت كلمة المرور؟ تسجيل الدخول لست عضوًا بعد؟ التسجيل جهة الاتصال Svetlana Livinets Elise Polak [email protected] FAO Footer menu first column القواعد والشروط الأحكام والشروط التحذير من رسائل تحايلية الإبلاغ عن سوء السلوك second column الوظائف المشتريات الأجهزة الرئاسية مكتب المفتش العام التقييم مكتب الشؤون القانونية والأخلاقية third column إدارات المنظمة ومكاتبها fourth column الزراعة وحماية المستهلك التنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية مصايد الأسماك وتربية الأحياء المائية Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean التعاون التقني المكاتب القطرية تابعنا على Facebook Flickr Instagram Linkedin RSS Slideshare Soundcloud Tiktok Twitter Weibo Youtube WeChat × حمل التطبيق App Store Google play © FAO, 2022
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Smart buildings (using ICTs) often have the following features: ▪ Adapts to the comfort of inhabitants: These building “learn” from inhabitants’ behaviour and attempts to maximize their comfort; ▪ Promotes energy efficiency: Such buildings can significantly reduce energy consumption and facilitate cost saving; ▪ Ensures safety: Smart buildings can detect fire, water and gas leaks, faulty equipment and possible theft.
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Sharing lessons learned and looking into the future Mr. Comfort Mare University of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 23.09.2015 Dear all I would like to respond to the question on;  How can we ensure the participation of youth in the wider food security dialogue? (...) Therefore in conclusion, ensuring participation of the youth in the wider food security dialogue should be viewed as a long term process which does not happen over night but starts with developing their interest over time as they grow from childhood. Kind regards Comfort Mare expand to read more read on a separate page Access your account Lost password?
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Sharing lessons learned and looking into the future Mr. Comfort Mare University of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 23.09.2015 Dear all I would like to respond to the question on;  How can we ensure the participation of youth in the wider food security dialogue? (...) Therefore in conclusion, ensuring participation of the youth in the wider food security dialogue should be viewed as a long term process which does not happen over night but starts with developing their interest over time as they grow from childhood. Kind regards Comfort Mare expand to read more read on a separate page Access your account Lost password?
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Sharing lessons learned and looking into the future السيد Comfort Mare University of Zimbabwe زمبابوي 23.09.2015 Dear all I would like to respond to the question on;  How can we ensure the participation of youth in the wider food security dialogue? (...) Therefore in conclusion, ensuring participation of the youth in the wider food security dialogue should be viewed as a long term process which does not happen over night but starts with developing their interest over time as they grow from childhood. Kind regards Comfort Mare اضغط "المزيد" لقراءة معلومات أكثر أقرأ في صفحة منفصلة ادخل على حسابك نسيت كلمة المرور؟ تسجيل الدخول لست عضوًا بعد؟ التسجيل جهة الاتصال Svetlana Livinets Elise Polak [email protected] FAO Footer menu first column القواعد والشروط الأحكام والشروط التحذير من رسائل تحايلية الإبلاغ عن سوء السلوك second column الوظائف المشتريات الأجهزة الرئاسية مكتب المفتش العام التقييم مكتب الشؤون القانونية والأخلاقية third column إدارات المنظمة ومكاتبها fourth column الزراعة وحماية المستهلك التنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية مصايد الأسماك وتربية الأحياء المائية Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean التعاون التقني المكاتب القطرية تابعنا على Facebook Flickr Instagram Linkedin RSS Slideshare Soundcloud Tiktok Twitter Weibo Youtube WeChat × حمل التطبيق App Store Google play © FAO, 2022
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I used to always look up to my primary school teachers, they made me so comfortable being at school. I believe this is why I felt the need that I should do the same as a teacher and pass this on to my students, so they feel comfortable themselves and enjoy learning. (...) We never know what will happen next, so the students need to be skilled enough that if the schools close again, they will still be comfortable enough with the digital options to work on their devices at home without relying on their parents or teachers. (...) The Future of Education We never know what will happen next, so the students need to be skilled enough that if the schools close again, they will still be comfortable enough with the digital options to work on their devices at home without relying on their parents or teachers.
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Score: 823269.3 - https://en.unesco.org/news/dig...ucation-teacher-story-dominica
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