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Small firms in developing countries are among the most concerned about climate change: 68% of companies in sub-Saharan Africa say that environmental risks are significant to their business, according to research by the International Trade Centre (ITC). Half of surveyed companies in developed countries say the same. Source: World Bank Related links International Trade Center MSME Week (OECD) ILO's COVID-19 response: Small and Medium Enterprises and SME resilience UNIDO's COVID-19 response The World Bank  Small and Medium enterprises finance – and COVID-19 response International Council for Small Businesses United Nations Conference on Trade and Development United Nations Development Programme United Nations Global Compact SME Finance Forum One stitch at a time: Enhancing livelihoods in the mountains of Uzbekistan for a resilient future Documents and publications Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day , General Assembly resolution 2022 ICSB Annual Global Micro-, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises report 2021 Small goes digital report  2021 SME Competitiveness Outlook report Guidance for MSMEs business recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic 2020 Empretec Women in Business Awards 2020 Report of the UN Secretary-General: Entrepreneurship for sustainable development ICSB 2021 MSMEs Report OECE SME and Entrepreneurship Outlook 2021 UNDESA – MSME Policy Report SME Competitiveness Report COVID-19: The Great Lockdown and its Impact on Small Business Small Matters: Global evidence on the contribution to employment by the self-employed, micro-enterprises and SMEs A 10-step tool for a safe and healthy return to work in times of COVID-19 Global Symposium on the Role of Micro-, Small- and Medium- Enterprises (MSMEs) in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) The importance of MSMEs for the SDGs Micro-, small and medium sized enterprises are vital in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals .
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Score: 445297.95 - https://www.un.org/en/node/77736
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And we must not ignore the growing risks children are facing from online violence, abuse and exploitation. Social media companies have a special responsibility to protect the vulnerable.
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Score: 341146.31 - https://www.un.org/en/node/67097
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There are mechanisms to provide legal advice free of charge, for example concerning claims for damages or to assist in negotiation with an insurance company for such a claim. Financial aid is provided from the state if a victim of a crime does not have insurance that covers all legal costs.
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Score: 362688.72 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/ru/node/226
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Involving staff in humanitarian action is also motivational, and companies need to be encouraged to get involved in providing their relevant skills and capacity—from insurance and digital cash to logistics and telecommunications—for delivering life-saving assistance.
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Score: 251512.57 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...nding-humanitarian-emergencies
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Malaysia's giant Petronas oil company now has oil production or exploration ventures in a dozen African countries. (...) Among other projects, Malaysian companies are involved in the telecommunications sectors in Ghana, Guinea, Malawi and South Africa, palm oil production in Gabon, banking in Mozambique and tourism in Seychelles. In 2001, a Malaysian company started investing in a large textiles and clothing complex in a suburb of Namibia's capital, Windhoek, and began exporting textiles to the US market the following year.
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Score: 496423.5 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...-asia-forge-stronger-alliances
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COP23: Iberdrola director says energy companies must increase climate efforts - United Nations Sustainable Development Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Home About The Sustainable Development Agenda The Sustainable Development Goals: Our Framework for COVID-19 Recovery Decade of Action SDG Moment 2022 A New Social Contract for a New Era Food Systems Summit 2021 Why the SDGs Matter Monitoring and Progress – HLPF Sustainable Development Goals Report Financing for Development UN Secretary-General’s Strategy for Financing the 2030 Agenda United Nations Reform Campaigns Climate Gender Equality Ocean Goals 1-6 Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms Goal 2: Zero Hunger Goal 3: Health Goal 4: Education Goal 5: Gender equality and women’s empowerment Goal 6: Water and Sanitation 7-12 Goal 7: Energy Goal 8: Economic Growth Goal 9: Infrastructure, industrialization Goal 10: Inequality Goal 11: Cities Goal 12: Sustainable consumption and production 13-17 Goal 13: Climate Action Goal 14: Oceans Goal 15: Biodiversity, forests, desertification Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnerships Take Action ActNow.bot Food Challenge ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes ActNow | Food Challenge | Videos Be the Change The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World Ocean Action Partnerships About Partnerships SDGs in Action app SDG Media Compact SDG Publishers Compact SDG Media Zone SDG Advocates Climate Advocates Football For The Goals News and Media News Featured News Press materials SDG Planning Calendar Goal of the Month Goal of the Month | Archive Download communications materials Videos Learn more Student Resources SDG Book Club – SDG16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions SDG Book Club | Archive SDG Media Zone Why the SDGs Matter GA High-level Week Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index COP23: Iberdrola director says energy companies must increase climate efforts COP23: Iberdrola director says energy companies must increase climate efforts Carlos Salle Alonso, Director of Energy Policies and Climate Change at Iberdrola, discusses why energy companies need to step up efforts to combat climate change.
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Score: 547431.7 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...must-increase-climate-efforts/
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His career has been in the food industry, where he worked with several supermarket chains and food distribution companies. At the time of his call as a General Authority Seventy, he was the general manager of Pomona, a food distribution company in France.
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Score: 296086.4 - https://www.un.org/en/68th-uni...onference/page/closing-plenary
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Cleaning Up Nuclear Waste and Preventing Proliferation As mentioned earlier, various MSRs have different capabilities, and some of them are uniquely suited for nuclear waste and proliferation. Some companies in the United States are focusing on creating “burner” reactors.
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Score: 275654.69 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...icle/atomic-power-saving-lives
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Of the $23 billion that the fishing companies in the US make each year, $1.3 billion comes from West Africa, it states.   (...) Poorly crafted contracts provide huge benefits to foreign companies while at the same time African countries do not have the capacity to monitor large-scale fishing. 
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Score: 463256.05 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ue-revolution-turbulent-waters
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