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DAY 2 / TOPIC 2 First session Norway :régionalrecommandations Indépendant committee for the nutrient profile Web studies on adults Academic studies on nutritional bénef. (...) Sugar tax. Voluntary logo. Consumer perception. Nutrient profiling, studies on marketing toward children. (...) Lot of self-regulation in the industry. Nutrient profile model for the advertisement for childrenis the prioritynow.
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Score: 1062473.8 - https://www.un.org/nutrition/s...les/general/mon/d2_topic_2.pdf
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The broad outlines of the profiles are not surprising. Children and the elderly are consuming, but they are producing nothing or relatively little through their labor. (...) The Japanese profile is more variable. Older Japanese consume substantially more than do adults in their 30s and early 40s. (...) In a similar fashion, consumption at each age depends on an index of consumption, ( )c t x+ , and the equivalent number of consumers at that age, ( , )N a t x+ : ( , ) ( ) ( , ).C a t x c t x N a t x+ = + + (5) This representation of consumption is an essential feature of the behavioral model in that it reflects the assumption that the cross-sectional age profile of consumption is unchanging over time.
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Score: 1036006.6 - https://www.un.org/development...pers/bp_wess2007_lee_mason.pdf
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GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS (GHS). PART 4, [GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GHS]
• Development of mechanisms to ensure participation of labour and consumer organizations in the implementation strategy. 2. (...) This information may have already been compiled in the country’s National Profile. The profile provides an overview of existing national legal, regulatory and non-regulatory instruments to chemical management and should facilitate better understanding of how the GHS fits within a country’s national infrastructure. 4. (...) Again this information may have already been compiled in the country‘s National Profile. If not, UNITAR’s guidance document on preparing a National Profile provides an example on how to assess the level of involvement NGOs, suppliers, and other parties have with chemicals management, this in turn will help to determine their appropriate role in implementing the GHS within the national infrastructure. 7.
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Score: 1024008.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2001/24&Lang=E
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FINAL REPORT OF THE TASK FORCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT PROFILES / SUBMITTED BY THE DELEGATION OF THE NETHERLANDS, LEAD COUNTRY OF THE TASK FORCE
Note 1/ Environmental labelling refers to the use of labels for the purpose of informing the consumer and thus promote those consumer products which have been found to be more environmentally sound than other similar products. (...) This approach resulted in environmental product profiles in which quantitative indicators play a crucial role. (...) In the case-studies on printer ribbons and roofing plates, the environmental product profiles were based on an environmental indicator approach.
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Score: 1005138.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=ENVWA/R.90&Lang=E
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RECOMMENDATIONS TO ECE GOVERNMENTS ON ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCTS AND ON ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT PROFILES / AS ADOPTED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AT ITS 1ST SESSION (1994)
GENERAL ECE/CEP/3 20 June 1994 Original: ENGLISH COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS TO ECE GOVERNMENTS ON ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCTS AND ON ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT PROFILES as adopted by the Committee on Environmental Policy at its first session (1994) CONTENTS Pages I. (...) Recommendations to ECE Governments on Environmental Product Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 8 GE.94-31805 ECE/CEP/3 page 2 I. (...) The credibility of assessment tools should be enhanced by internationally harmonizing relevant methods and procedures, including life-cycle assessments (LCAs), environmental product profiles (EPPs) and environmental technology profiles (ETPs). 5.
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Score: 1003381 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ECE/CEP/3&Lang=E
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United States Uzbekistan S3 Recovered The so-called post consumer recovered wood comprises any waste wood fibre after at least one life cycle. (...) CN 3805 90 10 HS 3803 Steierer: JFSQ 3.1 t … … … … … … … … … Bulgaria Canada Municipal solid waste biodegradable Wood waste Post-consumer recovered wood Steierer: Note: In order to avoid double counting use wood wastes from all Industry activities (NACE Rev. 1.1 corr.), EXCLUDING waste from: " Manufacture of wood and wood products" (NACE DE correlates to ISIC Rev. 3 20) and "Manufacture of pulp, paper and paper products; publishing and printing" (NACE DD correlates to ISIC Rev. 3 21) Steierer: JFSQ 3.2 Non-hazardous wood waste Steierer: Excluding wood wastes/co-products (C/NC) from the wood based industries - (e.g. (...) Transport Sector : [ISIC No. 60, 61, 62] Other Unspecified Total Main Activity Producer Consumed and Autoproducer Heat, CHP and Electricity Residential : ISIC No.95 Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing : [ISIC No. 01,02, 05] Commercial and Public services : ISIC No. 41, 50, 51, 52, 55, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 80, 85, 90, 91, 92, 93 and 99.
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Score: 1002455.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...20-12/JWEE-2019-eng-v9-01.xlsx
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GAS NETWORK BALANCING : DRAFT QUESTIONNAIRE / PREPARED BY THE DELEGATION OF HUNGARY
The structure of natural gas consumers (households, commercials, power plants, industry) determines the temperature dependency. (...) 1.9 Which company responsible for supply of household consumers ? 1.10 Which company responsible for transmission? (...) Last year (fact) data 3.1 Gas consumption Bcm/y 3.2 Domestic production Bcm/y 3.3 Import Bcm/y 3.4 Supplied from Underground storage (UGS) Bcm/y 3.5 Number of UGS pieces 3.6 Date and time of peak day Example: 13.01.2003 9:00 3.7 Daily average temperature on peak day Example: T daily average = -9,8 C 3.8 Peak consumption Mcm/d Consumption on the peak day Supply data Forecast/Target supply max. 3.9 Domestic production Mcm/d 3.10 Import Mcm/d 3.11 Local UGS Mcm/d 3.12 UGS Service imported Mcm/d 3.13 LNG Mcm/d 3.12 Peak consumption Mcm/h Supply data Forecast/Target supply max. 3.13 Domestic production Mcm/h 3.14 Import Mcm/h 3.15 Local UGS Mcm/h 3.16 UGS Service imported Mcm/h 3.17 LNG Mcm/h 3.18 Transit Bcm/y 3.19 Daily peak Mcm/d 3.20 Hourly peak Mcm/h 3.21 Profile of yearly transmission in 2003 Attach-ment 2 Showing the seasonal characteristic of aggregate consumption. 3.22 Peak day profile in 2003 Attach-ment 3 Showing the daily characteristic of aggregate (all kind of consumers) consumption in peak day.
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Score: 999918.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ENERGY/WP.3/GE.5/2004/4&Lang=E
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TECHNICAL INPUT FOR REVIEWING SUBSTANCES UNDER THE 1998 PROTOCOL ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS : REPORT / BY THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE TASK FORCE ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS (POPS) PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE SECRETARIAT
There were no economic calculations available. 80. Costs for consumers. Except where there was no substitute, price increases for consumers were generally expected to be very low. (...) Emissions from most consumer products were low but might continue after disposal. (...) In the EU, hydraulic fluids used in aviation were managed as hazardous waste. 100. Costs for consumers. Except where there was no substitute, price increases for consumers were generally expected to be very low. 101.
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Score: 996975.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2006/10&Lang=E
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EAST-WEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS AND LABELS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Furthermore, instruments based on the minimum levels of efficiency and on information to the consumer need a system of market control based on inspection and checks for these measures to be effective and to ensure that they have a high profile. (...) BULGARIA Short Profile 24. Bulgaria (Bulgarija) has been a sovereign state for over a century. (...) Furthermore, instruments based on the minimum levels of efficiency and on information to the consumer need a system of market control based on inspection and checks to ensure that these measures are effective and that they have a high profile.
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Score: 996223.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ENERGY/WP.4/AC.2/1998/1&Lang=E
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Susanne Döring, director of consumer information diet and health issues of the Confederation of Food and Drink Industries of the European Union (CIAA), believes that uncer- tainty over the European Commission’s nutrient profiles and the list of generic claims that food products are permitted to make, which the Commission and EU Member States are preparing, will “hinder innovation” and lead to fewer products in the market and less choice for the consumer. (...) Döring argues that the regulation is too strict, with repercussions for both industry and consumers: “It’s also a problem for the consumer, because if the consumer can’t read information on the food packaging he or she is not informed about that product.” (...) While industry groups say the food claims regulation is too strict, consumer groups say it doesn’t go far enough. For example, Davies says that while EFSA gave an initial opinion on nutrient profiles, these are now being developed by the Commission with Member States.
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Score: 995617.1 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/87/9/09-020909.pdf
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