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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES :GOOD PRACTICE GUIDANCE AND OTHER INFORMATION ON LAND USE, LAND-USE CHANGE AND FORESTRY : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS : ADDENDUM / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
(2) CO2 emissions and removals (carbon stock increase and decrease) should be listed separately except where, due to the methods used, it may be technically impossible to separate information on increases and decreases (...) (2) CO2 emissions and removals (carbon stock increase and decrease) should be listed separatelly except in cases where, due to the methods used, it may be technically imporssible to separate information on increases and decreases (...) (2) The signs for estimates of increases in carbon stocks are positive (+) and of decreases in carbon stocks are negative (-). (3) CO2 emissions and removals (carbon stock increase and decrease) should be listed separately except in cases where, due to the methods used, it may be technically impossible to separate information on increases and decreases
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Ponctuation: 1177334 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...C/SBSTA/2003/L.22/ADD.1&Lang=F
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NATIONAL GREENHOUSE GAS INVENTORY DATA FOR THE PERIOD 1990–2017. REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
Tableau 4 Comparaison de l’évolution du total des émissions globales de GES des Parties visées à l’annexe I, communiquées en 2018 et 2019 Estimate reported in 2018 Estimate reported in 2019 Explanation of the difference between the estimates reported in 2018 and 2019 Change in total aggregate GHG emissions without LULUCF from 1990 to the latest available year (%) All Annex I Parties –11.71 –13.24 Combined impact of changes for individual Annex I Parties Annex I EIT Parties –37.79 –39.95 Decreases in emissions between 2016 and 2017 and inventory recalculations, for example for Romania, Russian Federation and Ukraine Annex I non-EIT Parties 0.73 –1.62 Decreases in emissions between 2016 and 2017 and inventory recalculations, for example for Belgium, Japan and United States Change in total aggregate GHG emissions with LULUCF from 1990 to the latest available year (%) All Annex I Parties –17.42 –17.42 Combined impact of changes for individual Annex I Parties Annex I EIT Parties –50.23 –49.79 Increases in emissions between 2016 and 2017 and inventory recalculations, for example for Belarus, Czechia and Poland Annex I non-EIT Parties 0.54 –2.85 Decreases in emissions between 2016 and 2017 and inventory recalculations, for example for Germany, United Kingdom and United States FCCC/SBI/2019/17 GE.19-18446 13 D. (...) FCCC/SBI/2019/17 18 GE.19-18446 Tableau 9 Total des émissions de CH4 d’origine anthropique, à l’exclusion des émissions/absorptions dans le secteur UTCATF, en 1990, 2000, 2010, 2016 et 2017 kt CO2 eq Change from 1990 Party 1990 2000 2010 2016 2017 to 2017 (%) Australia 120 081 112 761 102 501 102 048 103 602 –13.7 Austria 10 363 8 396 7 256 6 617 6 597 –36.3 Belarusa 18 744 13 507 15 982 16 721 16 875 –10.0 Belgium 12 198 11 008 8 789 8 073 7 973 –34.6 Bulgariaa, b 16 838 10 149 7 736 7 049 6 785 –59.7 Canada 89 032 112 546 92 742 93 165 92 848 4.3 Croatiaa 4 424 3 524 4 191 4 224 4 108 –7.1 Cyprus 655 781 813 846 864 32.0 Czechiaa 23 492 15 351 14 433 13 701 13 511 –42.5 Denmark 7 635 7 910 7 345 6 914 6 920 –9.4 Estoniaa 1 896 1 236 1 216 1 065 1 071 –43.5 European Unionc 727 449 605 491 490 359 454 079 453 422 –37.7 Finland 7 746 6 608 5 369 4 733 4 606 –40.5 France 69 642 69 765 61 656 57 090 56 659 –18.6 Germany 120 944 88 789 59 353 55 924 55 247 –54.3 Greece 10 907 11 630 11 001 9 665 9 915 –9.1 Hungarya, b 12 447 8 778 7 877 7 389 7 539 –39.4 Iceland 543 602 632 594 581 7.1 Ireland 14 761 14 346 12 069 13 715 14 034 –4.9 Italy 48 263 50 765 46 919 43 577 43 852 –9.1 Japan 44 347 37 951 34 497 30 504 30 064 –32.2 Latviaa 3 537 1 808 1 729 1 779 1 805 –49.0 Liechtenstein 19 17 19 18 18 –5.8 Lithuaniaa 7 006 3 861 3 685 3 335 3 285 –53.1 Luxembourg 580 584 591 586 594 2.3 Malta 105 175 180 184 187 78.1 Monaco 2 3 3 3 2 13.5 Netherlands 31 850 24 283 19 407 18 348 18 031 –43.4 New Zealand 32 150 35 223 34 221 34 196 34 132 6.2 Norway 5 801 5 698 5 380 5 093 5 024 –13.4 Polanda, b 75 727 53 114 51 380 49 487 49 413 –34.7 Portugal 9 606 11 162 10 348 9 431 9 477 –1.3 Romaniaa, b 74 074 36 329 31 037 29 012 28 725 –61.2 Russian Federationa 462 817 316 584 350 911 366 885 383 258 –17.2 Slovakiaa 6 993 5 285 4 753 4 564 4 601 –34.2 Sloveniaa, b 2 680 2 563 2 272 2 152 2 102 –21.6 Spain 35 233 42 497 40 322 39 468 40 013 13.6 Sweden 7 422 6 840 5 243 4 554 4 518 –39.1 Switzerland 6 005 5 286 5 127 4 917 4 854 –19.2 Turkeyd 42 407 43 562 51 315 53 867 54 193 27.8 Ukrainea 182 442 117 892 84 497 65 967 63 638 –65.1 United Kingdom 132 991 108 901 64 298 51 508 51 884 –61.0 United States 779 846 709 304 697 450 654 898 656 317 –15.8 Number of Parties showing a decrease in emissions by more than 1%: 34 Number of Parties showing a change in emissions within 1%: 0 Number of Parties showing an increase in emissions by more than 1%: 9 a Partie en transition. (...) FCCC/SBI/2019/17 20 GE.19-18446 Tableau 11 Total des émissions de N2O d’origine anthropique, à l’exclusion des émissions/absorptions dans le secteur UTCATF, en 1990, 2000, 2010, 2016 et 2017 kt CO2 eq Change from 1990 Party 1990 2000 2010 2016 2017 to 2017 (%) Australia 15 558 18 950 19 312 19 172 20 851 34.0 Austria 4 329 4 320 3 366 3 582 3 505 –19.0 Belarusa 16 392 12 271 13 899 13 917 14 382 –12.3 Belgium 10 094 10 219 7 560 5 698 5 938 –41.2 Bulgariaa, b 10 506 4 167 4 338 5 360 5 345 –49.1 Canada 38 896 35 892 33 368 37 233 38 037 –2.2 Croatiaa 2 847 2 479 2 441 1 589 1 700 –40.3 Cyprus 286 345 318 288 293 2.6 Czechiaa 9 613 6 365 5 329 5 912 5 838 –39.3 Denmark 7 988 6 993 5 233 5 385 5 473 –31.5 Estoniaa 1 469 682 805 884 916 –37.7 European Unionc 380 966 302 513 237 135 232 931 237 733 –37.6 Finland 6 362 5 739 4 754 4 659 4 689 –26.3 France 66 360 55 281 42 135 40 759 42 129 –36.5 Germany 64 134 42 745 36 362 37 858 37 666 –41.3 Greece 7 443 6 346 5 489 4 301 4 351 –41.5 Hungarya, b 10 920 5 292 3 642 4 546 4 687 –57.1 Iceland 322 307 269 271 284 –11.8 Ireland 7 730 7 964 6 350 6 469 6 751 –12.7 Italy 26 084 28 445 18 826 17 944 17 796 –31.8 Japan 31 788 29 876 22 282 20 262 20 461 –35.6 Latviaa 3 217 1 600 1 823 2 007 2 021 –37.2 Liechtenstein 11 10 10 10 10 –10.8 Lithuaniaa 5 425 3 840 3 095 3 070 3 074 –43.3 Luxembourg 328 333 311 316 318 –3.0 Malta 55 59 50 42 44 –20.3 Monaco 2 3 4 3 3 30.1 Netherlands 18 040 16 152 8 634 8 487 8 721 –51.7 New Zealand 7 133 8 355 8 631 9 090 9 116 27.8 Norway 4 093 3 826 2 486 2 439 2 394 –41.5 Polanda, b 29 405 22 583 19 773 19 792 20 824 –29.2 Portugal 3 855 4 349 3 370 3 038 3 112 –19.3 Romaniaa, b 19 224 9 615 7 794 7 513 7 835 –59.2 Russian Federationa 146 044 75 644 75 160 84 615 86 429 –40.8 Slovakiaa 4 480 2 621 2 473 2 155 2 048 –54.3 Sloveniaa, b 823 877 706 726 702 –14.8 Spain 17 930 21 268 17 836 17 548 18 278 1.9 Sweden 5 759 5 701 4 807 4 569 4 870 –15.4 Switzerland 2 831 2 626 2 449 2 362 2 394 –15.4 Turkeyd 24 661 24 808 29 426 37 068 38 535 56.3 Ukrainea 50 093 22 173 25 747 34 031 32 730 –34.7 United Kingdom 46 128 26 554 19 913 18 912 19 271 –58.2 United States 370 308 376 997 382 929 364 486 360 516 –2.6 Number of Parties showing a decrease in emissions by more than 1%: 37 Number of Parties showing a change in emissions within 1%: 0 Number of Parties showing an increase in emissions by more than 1%: 6 a Partie en transition.
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Ponctuation: 1059695.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2019/17&Lang=F
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Case studies in the Small-scale Agriculture and Fisheries Subsectors Methodology Food losses refer to the decrease in edible food mass throughout the different segments of the food supply chains – production, postharvest handling, agro-processing, distribution (wholesale and retail), consumption.
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Ponctuation: 1055764.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...s/publications/casestudies/fr/
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WORLD SITUATION WITH REGARD TO DRUG ABUSE : REPORT OF THE SECRETARIAT
Figure II Nombre de pays indiquant, sur la base d’avis d’experts, une tendance à la hausse, à la baisse ou stable de la consommation d’opioïdes au cours des 12 derniers mois, 2000-2009 (Au 1er novembre 2010) 0 10 20 30 40 50 2000 (59) 2001 (80) 2002 (85) 2003 (92) 2004 (93) 2005 (98) 2006 (89) 2007 (94) 2008 (88) 2009 (75) N om br e d’ Ėt at s M em br es a ya nt ré po nd u Some Decrease Strong Decrease No Change Some Increase Strong Increase Faible baisse Faible hausse Forte baisse Forte hausse Stable par rapport à l'année précédente a a Le nombre d’États Membres ayant communiqué des données fondées sur des avis d’experts pour l’année en question figure entre parenthèses. 12 V.11-80062 E/CN.7/2011/2 Figure III Moyenne non pondérée cumulée des tendances de la consommation d’opioïdes signalées par les pays sur la base d’avis d’experts, 2000-2009 0 2 4 6 8 10 2000 (59) 2001 (80) 2002 (85) 2003 (92) 2004 (93) 2005 (98) 2006 (89) 2007 (94) 2008 (88) 2009 (75) M oy en ne n on p on dé ré e cu m ul ée d es te nd an ce s de la c on so m m at io n d' op io Id es s ig na lé e pa r l es p ay s Average increase over past year Average decrease over past year Baseline Year 2000 (point if all countries had perceived 'some' increase) Référence (si tous les pays avaient indiqué une “légère” hausse) a Hausse moyenne au cours des 12 derniers mois Baisse moyenne au cours des 12 derniers mois a Le nombre d’États Membres ayant communiqué des données fondées sur des avis d’experts pour l’année en question figure entre parenthèses. Figure IV Nombre de pays indiquant, sur la base d’avis d’experts, une tendance à la hausse, à la baisse ou stable de la consommation de cocaïne au cours des 12 derniers mois, 2000-2009 (Au 1er novembre 2010) 0 10 20 30 40 50 2000 (49) 2001 (65) 2002 (77) 2003 (79) 2004 (88) 2005 (82) 2006 (75) 2007 (80) 2008 (77) 2009 (64)N om br e d' Ét at s M em br es a ya nt ré po nd u Some Decrease Strong Decrease Stable over last year Some Increase Strong Increase a Faible baisse Faible hausse Forte baisse Forte hausse Stable par rapport à l'année précédente a Le nombre d’États Membres ayant communiqué des données fondées sur des avis d’experts pour l’année en question figure entre parenthèses. (...) Figure VIII Nombre de pays indiquant, sur la base d’avis d’experts, une tendance à la hausse, à la baisse ou stable de la consommation de stimulants de type amphétamine au cours des 12 derniers mois, 2000-2009 (Au 1er novembre 2010) 0 10 20 30 40 50 2000 (50) 2001 (74) 2002 (79) 2003 (79) 2004 (90) 2005 (85) 2006 (84) 2007 (91) 2008 (78) 2009 (69) N om br e d’ É ta ts M em br es a ya nt ré po nd u Some Decrease Strong Decrease Stable over last year Some Increase Strong Increase a Faible baisse Faible hausse Forte baisse Forte hausse Stable par rapport à l’année précédente a Le nombre d’États Membres ayant communiqué des données fondées sur des avis d’experts pour l’année en question figure entre parenthèses.
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Ponctuation: 1044236.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/2011/2&Lang=F
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PROGRAMME AND BUDGET : AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE CONVENTION'S TRUST FUNDS IN 1999 : CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION : REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS BOARD OF AUDITORS : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
IC C D /C O P(4)/2/A dd.5 (A ) page 20 UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION Statement III Statement of cash flow for the period ending 31 December 1999 ( Expressed in United States dollars) TRUST FUND FOR THE CORE BUDGET OF UNCCD (UX) TRUST FUND FOR PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES OF STATE PARTIES IN THE SESSIONS OF THE UNCCD CONFERENCE (UV) TRUST FUND FOR VOLUNTARY FINANCING OF ACTIVITIES UNDER THE UNCCD (UW) TRUST FUND FOR CONVENTION EVENTS ORGANIZED BY THE UNCCD SECRETARIAT (BM) 1999 1999 1999 1999 CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES: - - - - Net excess (shortfall) of income over expenditure ( Statement I ) 561,641 -966,989 1,036,800 7,190 (Increase ) decrease in contributions receivable -396,736 - - - (Increase ) decrease in other accounts receivable -506,177 -69,293 -52,772 -1,887 Increase ( decrease) in contributions received in advance 402,125 - - - Increase ( decrease) in accounts payable 171,867 - 10,502 29,331 Increase ( decrease) in unliquidated obligations 477,055 929,306 549,429 134,689 Less: Interest income -27,622 -20,211 -27,530 -7,187 NET CASH FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES 682,153 -127,187 1,516,429 162,136 CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING AND FINANCING ACTIVITIES: (Increase ) decrease in inter-fund balances receivable 131,913 - -217,223 - Increase ( decrease) in inter-fund balances payable - 9,951 - 38,343 Plus: Interest income 27,622 20,211 27,530 7,187 NET CASH FROM INVESTING AND FINANCING ACTIVITIES -104,291 30,162 -189,693 45,530 CASH FLOWS FROM OTHER SOURCES: Other adjustments to fund balances - 1,372,444 1,507,658 - NET CASH FROM OTHER SOURCES - 1,372,444 1,507,658 - NET INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH AND TERM DEPOSITS 577,862 1,275,419 2,834,394 207,666 CASH AND TERM DEPOSITS ( 01 January 1999) - - - - CASH AND TERM DEPOSITS ( 31 December 1999) 577,862 1,275,419 2,834,394 207,666 The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.
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Ponctuation: 1014634 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ICCD/COP(4)/2/ADD.5(A)&Lang=F
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GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARATION OF NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS BY PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX 1 TO THE CONVENTION, PART 1 :UNFCCC REPORTING GUIDELINES ON ANNUAL INVENTORIES (FOLLOWING INCORPORATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF DECISION 13/CP.9) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.04-63683 (F) 281004 291004 Distr. ……… GÉNÉRALE FCCC/SBSTA/2004/8∗ 21 octobre 2004 FRANÇAIS
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Ponctuation: 997603.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2004/8&Lang=F
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 5 AUGUST 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GREECE TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
On the contrary, the number of persons in RICs decreases. On July 19, 2021, 4366TCNs were hosted on Lesvos (RIC capacity8000), 330 on Chios (RIC capacity 1014),929 on Samos (RIC capacity 648)109 on Leros (RIC capacity 860) and 52 on Kos (RIC capacity 816). (...) The backlog of 1st instance decisions decreases gradually but permanently, the productivity of the Greek Asylum Service concerning the 1st instance decisions has been increased more than 60% during 2020, the percentage of positive decisions is almost 50% (including refugee status and subsidiary protection status) and the average time for the examination of the asylum application rarely exceeds a two-years period of time. Moreover, in the first semester of 2021, there was a further 42% decrease compared to 2020, with 59,945 pending cases, out of which 12,861 were new asylum applications submitted since January 2021.
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Ponctuation: 981823.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/47/G/23&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES SERVING AS THE MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL ON ITS 3RD SESSION, HELD IN BALI FROM 3 TO 15 DECEMBER 2007 : ADDENDUM
(7) Note that net change corresponds to increase/decrease of carbon stock (see table 4.2.6a of the IPCC good practice guidance for LULUCF) (...) (7) Note that net change corresponds to increase / decrease of carbon stock (see table 4.2.6a of the IPCC good practice guidance for LULUCF) (...) (7) Note that net change corresponds to increase / decrease of carbon stock (see table 4.2.6b of the IPCC good practice guidance for LULUCF)
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Ponctuation: 972710.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CCC/KP/CMP/2007/9/ADD.2&Lang=F
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GOOD PRACTICE GUIDANCE FOR LAND USE, LAND-USE CHANGE AND FORESTRY ACTIVITIES UNDER ARTICLE 3, PARAS 3 AND 4, OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL :DRAFT CONCLUSIONS : ADDENDUM / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
(7) Note that net change corresponds to increase/decrease of carbon stock (see table 4.2.6a of the IPCC good practice guidance for LULUCF) (...) (7) Note that net change corresponds to increase / decrease of carbon stock (see table 4.2.6a of the IPCC good practice guidance for LULUCF) (...) (6) Note that net change corresponds to increase / decrease of carbon stock (see table 4.2.6a of the IPCC good practice guidance for LULUCF)
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Ponctuation: 972710.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...C/SBSTA/2007/L.21/ADD.1&Lang=F
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