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THE INTERFACE BETWEEN THE OBJECTIVES OF COMPETITION POLICY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The importance of history to the design of competition policy strategy: The Federal Trade Commission and intellectual property. (...) Available at http://www.schiffhardin.com/Templates/media/files/publications/PDF/IP_20150601.pdf.
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得分: 877962.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/36&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The GEF Policy on Gender Equality that came into effect on July 1, 2018, introduces new principles and requirements to address gender equality in the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of GEF programs and projects.6 5 GEF, 2019, Call for Proposals GEF-7 Non-Grant Instrument Program. 6 GEF, 2017, Policy on Gender Equality, Council Document GEF/C.53/04.
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得分: 876698.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2019/5&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES ON ITS TWENTIETH SESSION, HELD IN LIMA FROM 1 TO 12 DECEMBER 2014. PART TWO: ACTION TAKEN BY THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES AT ITS TWENTIETH SESSION.
GE.15-01820 (C) 100315 110315  缔约方会议 缔约方会议第二十届会议报告 会议于 2014年 12月 1日至 14日在利马举行 增编
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得分: 871566 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=FCCC/CP/2014/10/ADD.1&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN LAW AND IN PRACTICE : ADDENDUM
Legal framework..................................................................................................... 26–38 9 A. Constitutional design ...................................................................................... 26–30 9 B. (...) Legal framework A. Constitutional design 26. The Group’s visit coincided with the consideration of a second draft constitution, released on 14 December 2012. (...) In view of the forthcoming draft under preparation, the Working Group identifies some key elements of a gender-responsive constitutional design which would ensure that a country abides by its international obligations on non-discrimination on the grounds of sex, gender equality and the protection and promotion of women’s human rights.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION OF TRUTH, JUSTICE, REPARATION AND GUARANTEES OF NON-RECURRENCE ON HIS GLOBAL STUDY ON TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
It is the only truth commission to include an amnesty-for-truth model (a highly conditioned amnesty by design). It integrated a promise of reparations (alas, not completely satisfied), and, importantly, provided a public platform for victims, not the least through highly successful public hearings. (...) Although progress at the level of design is not necessarily equivalent to progress at the level of implementation, nowadays it would be impossible to engage seriously in transitional justice work without heeding gender considerations. 3. (...) The truth commissions in East Timor and Sierra Leone did not short circuit the possibility of moving cases to the criminal justice system, at least not by design. Countries need not choose between truth or justice. 56.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE NORTHERN IRELAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
A/HRC/25/NI/5 GE.14-11481 7 of everyone to engage in their own cultural rights while respecting human rights; eliminating barriers and obstacles that restrict access to a person’s own culture or to other cultures and to allow and encourage the participation of members of different minority groups and communities in the design and implementation of law and policies that affect them.17 8.
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得分: 869109.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/25/NI/5&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF PARTIES : REVISED NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
These guidelines have significantly enhanced the transparency and efficiency of determining the incremental costs of a project throughout the project cycle, from project design to implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. 4 GEF/C.31/12. 18 Lessons Learned from SPA 40. (...) The Resource Allocation Framework (RAF) that was approved by the GEF Council in September 2005 began to be implemented in February 2007 when GEF-4 became effective. In the design of the RAF, each eligible country is provided with a floor of $1 million in each of the two focal areas (climate change and biodiversity).
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得分: 868583.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/CP/2008/2/REV.1&Lang=C
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE STUDY ON FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS PERTAINING TO A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO INTERNATIONAL CHEMICALS MANAGEMENT
Capacity building as applicable to chemicals management is understood to encompass institutional, human and technical (including infrastructure) capacity to manage chemicals throughout their life cycle, from their design and production, through to their final disposition. (...) The World Bank has established and maintained a wide variety of trust funds that have governance structures accommodating diverse donor and recipient country needs (i.e., that appear in trust fund design and rules of operation). The World Bank is also a GEF Implementing Agency. (...) In this case, co-financing would be used to support the national benefits portions of a project design as an extension of the global benefits that are the main target of these financial mechanisms; d.
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得分: 867607.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=SAICM/PREPCOM.3/INF/2&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Summaries of these projects can be found at Annex 2. 9 Table 1: Climate Change Mitigation Projects Approved under the GEF Trust Fund (From September 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009) Country Strategic Program Project Type Project Title Agency Date of Approval GEF Amount (Mil $) Co- financing (Mil $) Haiti 3 MSP Small Scale Hydro Power Development in Haiti UNDP 09/30/2008 0.98 3.66 South Africa 1 FSP Market Transformation through Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling of Appliances in South Africa UNDP 06/24/2009 6.00 13.50 Burkina Faso 5 MSP Ouagadougou Transport Modal Shift World Bank 03/23/2009 0.91 3.59 Tanzania 6 FSP SFM Sustainable Woodland Management in the Miombo Areas of Western Tanzania UNDP/World Bank 06/24/2009 0.86 CC 1.89 other FAs 9.00 Mongolia 1 MSP LGGE Energy Efficiency in New Construction in the Residential and Commercial Buildings Sector in Mongolia (under Frame Work for Promoting Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Buildings: 3787) UNDP 03/16/2009 0.98 2.30 India 6 MSP SLEM - Sustainable Participatory Management of Natural Resources to Promote Ecosystem Health and Resilience in the Thar Desert Ecosystem UNDP 12/16/2008 0.23 CC 0.68 other FAs 14.70 Tajikistan 5 MSP Support to Sustainable Transport Management in Dushanbe UNDP 10/28/2008 0.97 5.86 Jordan 1 MSP Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling of Building Appliances UNDP 01/28/2009 0.97 1.12 Russian Federation 2 FSP RUS: Standards and Labels for Promoting Energy Efficiency UNDP 09/23/2008 7.81 32.25 10 Swaziland 6 FSP SIP-Lower Usuthu Smallholder Irrigation Project (LUSIP) IFAD 09/23/2008 0.73 CC 1.25 other FAs 12.27 India 6 FSP SLEM - Sustainable Land, Water and Biodiversity Conservation and Management for Improved Livelihoods in Uttarakhand Watershed Sector World Bank 11/13/2008 0.14 CC 6.86 other FAs 83.00 India 6 FSP SLEM-CPP-Integrated Land Use Management to Combat Land Degradation in Madja Pradesh UNDP 09/23/2008 0.20 CC 5.56 other FAs 95.52 China 6 FSP PRC-GEF Partnership: Silk Road Ecosystem Restoration Project ADB 11/13/2008 1.82 CC 3.30 other FAs 195.20 Pakistan 5 FSP Pakistan Sustainable Transport Project UNDP 01/27/2009 4.85 35.00 India 2 FSP IND Financing Energy Efficiency at Small and Medium Enterprises - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency World Bank 11/13/2008 11.30 57.50 India 2 FSP Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Selected Micro SME Clusters in India - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency UNIDO 01/27/2009 7.17 26.00 India 2 FSP IND Improving Energy Efficiency in the Indian Railway System - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency UNDP 01/27/2009 5.20 21.00 India 1 FSP IND Energy Efficiency Improvements in Commercial Buildings - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency UNDP 01/27/2009 5.20 14.73 11 Vietnam 2 MSP CF: Promoting Industrial Energy Efficiency through System Optimization and Energy Management Standards UNIDO 11/25/2008 0.86 6.83 Indonesia 2 FSP CF: Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Industries through System Optimization and Energy Management Standards UNIDO 11/13/2008 2.18 6.78 Philippines 2 FSP CF: Industrial Energy Efficiency UNIDO 11/13/2008 3.17 13.20 Argentina 6 FSP Establishment of Incentives for the Conservation of Ecosystem Services of Global Significance UNDP/UNEP 11/13/2008 1.45 CC 1.45 other FAs 6.90 Cambodia 6 FSP SFM Strengthening Sustainable Forest Management and the Development of Bio- energy Markets to Promote Environmental Sustainability and to Reduce Green House Gas Emissions in Cambodia UNDP 11/13/2008 0.91 CC 1.45 other FAs 5.40 Russian Federation 1 FSP RUS: Building Energy Efficiency in the North West of Russia UNDP 01/27/2009 5.84 23.25 Venezuela 2 FSP IMPROVE: Increase Product Efficiency in Venezuela (RESUBMISSION) UNDP 11/13/2008 4.09 24.28 China 1 FSP Promoting Energy Efficient Room Air Conditioners (PEERAC) Project UNDP 11/13/2008 6.26 19.03 Moldova 2 MSP Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions through Improved Energy Efficiency in the Industrial Sector in Moldova UNIDO 12/19/2008 0.96 2.04 Ukraine 1 FSP Energy Efficient Lighting in Residential and Public Buildings UNDP 04/21/2009 6.50 18.50 Egypt 2 FSP Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) UNIDO 04/21/2009 3.95 15.68 China 1 FSP Provincial Energy Efficiency Scale-Up Program World Bank 01/27/2009 13.39 313.70 12 China 4 FSP Integrated Renewable Biomass Energy Development Project ADB 04/21/2009 9.20 231.80 Turkey 2 FSP Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry UNDP/UNIDO 01/27/2009 5.90 12.90 Vietnam 1 FSP Phasing out Incandescent Lamps through Lighting Market Transformation in Vietnam UNEP 11/13/2008 3.03 7.75 Kazakhstan 1 FSP Energy Efficient Design and Construction in Residential Sector UNDP 06/24/2009 4.57 13.25 Serbia 5 MSP Support to Sustainable Transportation System in the City of Belgrade UNDP 03/31/2009 0.95 4.67 Brazil 6 FSP SFM Strengthening National Policy and Knowledge Frameworks in Support of Sustainable Management of Brazil's Forest Resources FAO 11/13/2008 3.45 CC 5.40 other FAs 33.90 Philippines 2 FSP Chiller Energy Efficiency Project World Bank 11/13/2008 2.60 51.27 Regional 6 FSP CBSP Enhancing Institutional Capacities on REDD issues for Sustainable Forest Management in the Congo Basin World Bank 11/13/2008 10.80 CC 2.20 other FAs 13.18 Thailand 2 FSP CF: Industrial Energy Efficiency UNIDO 11/13/2008 3.62 12.93 Regional 1 FSP LGGE Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Eastern Africa UNEP 06/24/2009 2.85 6.40 Peru 1 FSP Energy Efficiency Standards and Labels in Peru UNDP 06/24/2009 2.00 5.15 Namibia 1 MSP Namibia Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP) In Buildings UNDP 02/13/2009 0.86 3.56 Nigeria 1 FSP SPWA-CC Promoting Energy Efficiency in Residential and Public Sector in Nigeria UNDP 06/24/2009 2.68 5.00 Global 6 MSP SFM Capacity Development for Climate Change Mitigation through Sustainable World Bank 10/23/2008 0.33 CC 0.67 other 2.40 13 Forest Management in non-Annex I Countries FAs Nigeria 5 FSP Nigeria Urban Transport World Bank 04/21/2009 4.50 100.50 Argentina 6 FSP Rural Corridors and Biodiversity Conservation World Bank 04/21/2009 1.81 CC 4.48 other FAs 15.31 Egypt 1 FSP Improving the energy efficiency of lighting and building appliances UNDP 06/24/2009 4.45 13.20 Global SGP FSP 4th Operational Phase of the GEF Small Grants Program ( add-on) UNDP 04/21/2009 15.06 CC 27.66 other FAs 43.00 Benin 1 FSP Benin Energy Efficiency Program World Bank 04/21/2009 1.82 76.60 Bahamas 1, 3 MSP Promoting Sustainable Energy in the Bahamas IADB 02/09/2009 1.00 1.81 Togo 1 FSP Togo Efficient Lighting Program (under West Africa Energy Program: 3789) World Bank 04/21/2009 1.82 5.29 Barbados 1, 3, 4 MSP Sustainable Energy Framework for Barbados IADB 03/31/2009 1.00 1.44 Global 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 MSP Global Energy Assessment: Developing Policy Tools for Jointly Reducing Energy Poverty and Greenhouse Gas Emissions UNIDO 05/06/2009 1.00 3.46 Guinea 3 MSP Promoting Development of Multi-purpose Mini-hydro Power Systems UNIDO 05/12/2009 0.86 2.17 Kyrgyzstan 3 MSP Small Hydro Power Development UNDP 04/22/2009 0.95 21.28 Malaysia 2 FSP CF Industrial Energy Efficiency for Malaysian Manufacturing Sector (IEEMMS) UNIDO 06/24/2009 4.20 17.60 Ukraine 2, 4 FSP Improving Energy Efficiency and Promoting Renewable Energy in the Agro- UNIDO 06/24/2009 5.14 12.65 14 Food and other Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ukraine Gambia 3 FSP SPWA-CC Promoting Renewable Energy Based Mini Grids for Productive Uses in Rural Areas in The Gambia UNIDO 06/24/2009 1.76 5.85 Global MF FSP Development Market Place 2009: Adaptation to Climate Change (DM 2009) World Bank 06/24/2009 1.00 CC 1.00 other FAs 4.30 Algeria 2, 3, 4, 5, 1 FSP Integrated Approach for Zero Emission Project Development in the New Town of Boughzoul UNEP 06/24/2009 8.24 22.00 Ghana 1 FSP SPWA-CC Promoting of Appliance Energy Efficiency and Transformation of the Refrigerating Appliances Market in Ghana.
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得分: 865653.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2009/9&Lang=C
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GE.12-61668
On one hand, these developments have greatly promoted the improvement of biological sciences, which is of great importance for the elucidation of molecular mechanisms of relevant diseases and design of efficient prevention and treatment measures. (...) At present, the diverse standard DNA regulatory elements or modules have been designed, synthesized and deposited, which can be further combined to construct whole pathways, complex genetic networks with special functions. The artificial design and reconstruction of terpenoid synthesis pathways and biological production of Artesunate acid, the precursor of antimalarial drug in yeast are cases of typical successful application of synthetic biology to the green production of medical drugs to facilitate the human health. (...) There is no doubt that such DNA sequence information can also be used for the modification of antigenicity, infectivity, toxicity and drug resistance of traditional pathogens, even for the artificial design and synthesis of totally new pathogens, which will lead to the failure of traditional prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and make efficient prevention and control more difficult.
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得分: 862168.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=BWC/MSP/2012/MX/WP.14&Lang=C
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