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Page 1 of 1 2021 session of the Economic and Social Council Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (Committee TDG-GHS) 10th session (11 December 2020) Report of the Secretary-General on the work of the Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals, including recommendations of the Committee on the transport of dangerous goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals [E/2021/10] Resolutions/decisions adopted by the Council at the 2021 Management Segment (June meetings) as recommended by the Committee of Experts on its 10th session (E/2021/10, sect. I; and E/2021/SR.8) 18(l) 8 June 2021 E/RES/2021/13: Work of the Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals https://unece.org/transport/dangerous-goods/ecosoc-bodies-dealing-chemicals-safety https://unece.org/transport/dangerous-goods/ecosoc-bodies-dealing-chemicals-safety https://unece.org/transport/dangerous-goods/ecosoc-bodies-dealing-chemicals-safety https://unece.org/info/Transport/Dangerous-Goods/events/18710 https://undocs.org/en/E/2021/10 https://undocs.org/en/E/2021/10 https://undocs.org/en/E/2021/SR.8 https://undocs.org/en/E/RES/2021/13
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In the member States of the European Union, the provisions of the Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, the Regulations concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail and the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways, as amended, have also to be made applicable to domestic traffic at the latest by 30 June 2021.13 7. (...) E/2019/63 10/22 concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail and the Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road. 8. (...) The Protocol provides for the simplification of procedures and requirements for the transport of dangerous goods in ASEAN countries, using the Model Regulations and a former version of the Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road.
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TDG-GHS Committee of Experts Infographic final Endorsed the recommendations of its two subcommittees Adopted amendments to the "Model Regulations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods" and to the "Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)" for worldwide implementation Approved its program of work for 2021-2022 Adopted a draft ECOSOC resolution that was later adopted by the Council at its 2021 session (E/RES/2021/13) At its tenth session (11 December 2020), the Committee: UN main policymaking body for the development of worldwide harmonized provisions for classification, labelling, safe transport, handling and use of chemicals Regulating hazardous chemicals to enhance protection of human health and environment during their transport, handling and use COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS AND ON THE GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS ACCESS MORE INFORMATION ON SUBSIDIARY BODIES https://www.un.org/ecosoc/en/content/ecosoc-subsidiary-bodies Work on the development and harmonization of provisions to ensure the safe transport of dangerous goods by all modes of transport started in 1953. (...) Recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods Ensure harmonization of provisions for safe transport of dangerous goods by all modes (air, sea, rail, road, inland waterways) Are implemented worldwide at national and international level Take account of the advent of new substances and materials Are presented in the form of "Model Regulations" to facilitate enforcement and direct implementation through national and international regulations Are updated every two years (last edition published in 2021 to take account of the amendments adopted by the Committee in 2020) Recommendations on classification and labelling of chemicals Did you know that...
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This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead. In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. (...) As temperatures increase, together with water scarcity and air pollution, children will feel the deadliest impact of water-borne diseases and dangerous respiratory conditions. As more extreme weather events expand the number of emergencies and humanitarian crises, children will pay the highest price. (...) Unless we act forcefully to stem the climate crisis now, the danger will only escalate. It is a prospect so painful to imagine that many people would rather not think about it.
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This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead. In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. (...) As temperatures increase, together with water scarcity and air pollution, children will feel the deadliest impact of water-borne diseases and dangerous respiratory conditions. As more extreme weather events expand the number of emergencies and humanitarian crises, children will pay the highest price. (...) Unless we act forcefully to stem the climate crisis now, the danger will only escalate. It is a prospect so painful to imagine that many people would rather not think about it.
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This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead. In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. (...) As temperatures increase, together with water scarcity and air pollution, children will feel the deadliest impact of water-borne diseases and dangerous respiratory conditions. As more extreme weather events expand the number of emergencies and humanitarian crises, children will pay the highest price. (...) Unless we act forcefully to stem the climate crisis now, the danger will only escalate. It is a prospect so painful to imagine that many people would rather not think about it.
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This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead. In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. (...) As temperatures increase, together with water scarcity and air pollution, children will feel the deadliest impact of water-borne diseases and dangerous respiratory conditions. As more extreme weather events expand the number of emergencies and humanitarian crises, children will pay the highest price. (...) Unless we act forcefully to stem the climate crisis now, the danger will only escalate. It is a prospect so painful to imagine that many people would rather not think about it.
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This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead. In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. (...) As temperatures increase, together with water scarcity and air pollution, children will feel the deadliest impact of water-borne diseases and dangerous respiratory conditions. As more extreme weather events expand the number of emergencies and humanitarian crises, children will pay the highest price. (...) Unless we act forcefully to stem the climate crisis now, the danger will only escalate. It is a prospect so painful to imagine that many people would rather not think about it.
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If unchallenged, a human influenza pandemic arising from H5N1 avian flu would become a clear and present danger across health, economic, social, and political sectors. (...) In his address to the General Assembly on September 14, 2005, President Bush spoke to the dangers of avian influenza, and launched the International Partnership on Avian and Pandemic Influenza (IPAPI). (...) He pointed out that “By requiring transparency, we can respond more rapidly to dangerous outbreaks and stop them on time.” Mr. President, the activities of the United Nations and its new Senior Coordinator, Dr.
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Score: 659996.83 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...05_avian_flu_united_states.pdf
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This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead. In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. (...) As temperatures increase, together with water scarcity and air pollution, children will feel the deadliest impact of water-borne diseases and dangerous respiratory conditions. As more extreme weather events expand the number of emergencies and humanitarian crises, children will pay the highest price. (...) Unless we act forcefully to stem the climate crisis now, the danger will only escalate. It is a prospect so painful to imagine that many people would rather not think about it.
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