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UN News asked Rachel Kyte why she is so passionate about cooling. What is sustainable cooling? Cooling is essential to human health and prosperity. (...) The Cooling for All initiative focuses on how we provide sustainable access to cooling within a clean energy transition:  Cooling for All To what extent does cooling contribute to global warming - especially in developed countries where air conditioning machines are widely used to cool high summer temperatures? (...) Future choices about refrigerants, the efficiency of cooling technologies, and how cooling is powered will have a significant impact on achieving the Paris Climate Agreement.
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Score: 1127642.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/06/1041201
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The “Realizing Opportunities in Sustainable Cooling” conference was organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as part of the Cool Up programme.   Funded by Germany’s International Climate Initiative, Cool Up aims to promote sustainable cooling in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Türkiye. (...) The four partner Cool Up countries are all experiencing fast-growing demand for cooling as temperatures rise.
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Score: 1126576.4 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/p...ypt-jordan-lebanon-and-turkiye
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This facilitates a flexible cooling of the milk on the farm or during transport. (...) Two systems installed on farm Study Case: Sidi-Bouzid, Tunisia To test this milk cooling system in the field, 10 milk cooling systems were installed in 7 small farms in two regions: Zitouna and Hania, Sidi bouzid Tunisia. (...) Preservation of milk quality As of yet, there is no quality-based pricing in Tunisia, but it will be introduced in 2017 and offer a price premium for cooled milk. This premium, which provides a bonus per litre of cooled milk, will be a great incentive for farmers and collectors to use new technologies to cool down milk on farms.
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Score: 1122643.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...se-studies/case-study-b2-4/ar/
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This facilitates a flexible cooling of the milk on the farm or during transport. (...) Two systems installed on farm Study Case: Sidi-Bouzid, Tunisia To test this milk cooling system in the field, 10 milk cooling systems were installed in 7 small farms in two regions: Zitouna and Hania, Sidi bouzid Tunisia. (...) Preservation of milk quality As of yet, there is no quality-based pricing in Tunisia, but it will be introduced in 2017 and offer a price premium for cooled milk. This premium, which provides a bonus per litre of cooled milk, will be a great incentive for farmers and collectors to use new technologies to cool down milk on farms.
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Score: 1122643.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...se-studies/case-study-b2-4/en/
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This facilitates a flexible cooling of the milk on the farm or during transport. (...) Two systems installed on farm Study Case: Sidi-Bouzid, Tunisia To test this milk cooling system in the field, 10 milk cooling systems were installed in 7 small farms in two regions: Zitouna and Hania, Sidi bouzid Tunisia. (...) Preservation of milk quality As of yet, there is no quality-based pricing in Tunisia, but it will be introduced in 2017 and offer a price premium for cooled milk. This premium, which provides a bonus per litre of cooled milk, will be a great incentive for farmers and collectors to use new technologies to cool down milk on farms.
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Score: 1122643.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...se-studies/case-study-b2-4/ru/
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A liquid circuit in which the cooling liquid exchanges heat with the components. At present, liquid-cooling solutions mainly use one of three technical routes: cold-plate liquid cooling, immersion liquid cooling and spray liquid cooling. (...) China Liquid Cooling Case Study A single-phase immersion liquid-cooling server cluster in its 2MW power capacity.
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Score: 1119167.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...211019/Documents/Xiao_Wang.pdf
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During hot summer months, pre-cooled water is created by pumping filtered sea water through plate heat exchangers to a primary pre-cooling water circuit. (...) Separate buildings use their own secondary pumps to pump the pre-cooled water to pre-cooling coils in the air-handling units. (...) Greater use of seawater for cooling and/or heating of buildings can greatly help reduce GHG emissions.
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Score: 1114495.3 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...l_buildings_using_seawater.pdf
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This “amended COOL measure” consists of: the “COOL statute” (7 U.S.C. § 1638), which remains unchanged from the original dispute; and   the “2013 Final Rule” (78 Fed. (...) The compliance panel found that the amended COOL measure violates Article III:4 of the GATT 1994 based on its finding that the amended COOL measure increases the original COOL measure's detrimental impact on the competitive opportunities of imported livestock in comparison with like US products. (...) The Appellate Body maintained the panel's conclusions that the amended COOL measure increases the record-keeping burden for imported livestock entailed by the original COOL measure. 
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Score: 1112618.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds384_e.htm
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This “amended COOL measure” consists of: the “COOL statute” (7 U.S.C. § 1638), which remains unchanged from the original dispute; and   the “2013 Final Rule” (78 Fed. (...) The compliance panel found that the amended COOL measure violates Article III:4 of the GATT 1994 based on its finding that the amended COOL measure increases the original COOL measure's detrimental impact on the competitive opportunities of imported livestock in comparison with like US products. (...) The Appellate Body maintained the panel's conclusions that the amended COOL measure increases the record-keeping burden for imported livestock entailed by the original COOL measure. 
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Score: 1111774.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds386_e.htm
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It is expressed in W or kW. a) rated cooling capacity The cooling capacity marked on the product. b) normal cooling capacity The cooling capacity measured in the test of Table 5. 2.2 Cooling power consumption The total electrical powers consumed by the electric motor when the air conditioner is operated for cooling. a) rated cooling power consumption The cooling power consumption expressed to mark on the product b) normal cooling power consumption The cooling power consumption measured in the test of Table 5. 2.3 Cooling energy efficiency ratio The value obtained from the normal cooling capacity divided by the normal cooling power consumption. where, EER : Cooling energy efficiency ratio W/W {kcal/Wh} Qc : Normal cooling capacity W {kcal/h} Pc : Normal cooling power consumption W 2.4 Cooling seasonal performance factor The value obtained from the calculating SEER method. where, CSPF : Cooling seasonal performance factor W/W {kcal/Wh} Qc: Sum of the total cooling capacity during cooling season W {kcal/h} Pc : Sum of the total power consumption during cooling season W       = c c c c P Q P Q EER 86.0         = ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ c c c c P Q P Q CSPF 86.0 9 2.5 Power quantity consumption per month during cooling season The value obtained in accordance with the calculating method specified in the Annex 4, KS C 9306-1999, wherein the total energy used during the cooling season is divided per month. (...) CLASSIFICATION Units are classified according to function, construction of unit, cooling system and rated cooling capacity as follows. (1) Classification by Function a) Cooling only. b) Cooling and dehumidity control, combined use. c) Cooling, heating by heat pump, combined use. d) Cooling, dehumidifying and heating by heat pump, combined use. e) Cooling, heating by electric resistance heater, combined use. f) Cooling, dehumidifying and heating by electric resistance heater, combined use. (2) Classification by construction of Unit a) Integrated type b) Separate type (3) Classification by Cooling Method of Condenser a) Air-cooled type b) Water-cooled type (4) Classification by Rated cooling capacity 4. (...) SCOPE 2. DEFINITIONS 2.1 Cooling capacity 2.2 Cooling power consumption 2.3 Cooling energy efficiency ratio 2.4 Cooling seasonal performance factor 2.5 Power quantity consumption per month during cooling season 3.
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Score: 1108900.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ssues/energy/op/clasp_choi.pdf
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