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INTERNATIONAL WATER LAW PROCESS ON GROUNDWATER, AND THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN “RELATED” AND “UNRELATED” GROUN DWATER IV. 1. (...) Nonetheless, the hydrological distinction between related and unrelated waters is not uncontroversial (see, contrary to the distinction in point, the U.S. (...) Against the background of the distinction in point taken as a matter of working assumption, it may be suggested that the UNECE Water Convention, according to Art. 1, para. 1, on the definition of “transboundary waters” falling within its scope of application, being silent with regard to any distinction between “related” and “unrelated” groundwater, addresses both groundwater interacting, directly or indirectly, with surface transboundary watercourses as well as “unrelated” groundwater.
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Score: 729375.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ater_discussion_paper_inf2.pdf
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In order to avoid duplicate counting at the national level and/or at the regional/international centre level, primarily distinct accessions stored in the base collections should be reported. (...) Each accession should be distinct and, in terms of genetic integrity, as close as possible to the sample provided originally. (...) Active collection: An active collection is defined as a set of distinct accessions that is used for regeneration, multiplication, distribution, characterization and evaluation.
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Score: 727434.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...docs/Metadata-02-05-01_PGR.pdf
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The GBD session, however, will offer distinct and important perspectives on the key question and will, we hope, will advance the discussion on this topic that is integral to the future of the WTO. 
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Score: 725377.05 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...rum_e/gbd_panel_discussion.doc
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These facilities can also be used to supply advanced multimedia services exploiting the broadband capacity provided by hybrid fiber/coaxial (HFC) digital cable television systems, and interconnecting local, geographically distinct digital cable television systems through direct connections or managed backbones. (...) A short overview of the architecture and the specified interfaces gives an insight on the technology while detailed information on the certification programs in North America and Europe stress on one of the key pre-requisites for a successful commercial rollout.
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Score: 725377.05 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...em/ngn/abstracts/abs-s7-p3.pdf
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Safety / GASP / Roadmaps GASP Doc 10004 Goals and Targets Organizational Challenges Operational Safety Risks Roadmaps Currently selected GASP-SG National Aviation Safety Plan Regional Aviation Safety Plan Key Concepts and Metrics GASP Indicators Dashboards Secure Portal NASP Community Events and Workshops GASP History Library Links Contact Us Roadmaps   Page Content ​ The global aviation safety roadmap is composed of two pieces: Organizational challenges – this part of the roadmap (referred to as the ORG roadmap) provides SEIs to meet GASP goals related to States' safety oversight capabilities and the implementation of State safety programmes (SSP), as well as industry's implementation of safety management systems (SMS), and contains two distinct components, in line with the GASP goals, to address safety management responsibilities:  State safety oversight system; SSP, including service providers' SMS 2. 
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Score: 725377.05 - https://www.icao.int/safety/GASP/Pages/Roadmaps.aspx
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The paper is intended to complement the current debate in that global fora, and reflects the distinct contribution that the IMF’s broad membership, mandate, expertise and capacity building work position it to make. (...) The new IMF policy paper provides an update on what has been achieved, an account of remaining challenges, and a high-level overview of key economic aspects and implications of alternative schemes.
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Score: 725377.05 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...19/04/18STM_Side-Event_IMF.pdf
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The executive summary synthesizes the key outputs and conclusions of the 12 thematic papers. (...) In order to guarantee access, humanitarian actors rely on humanitarian acceptance and principles, and therefore on a necessary distinction between humanitarian action and political and military actions on the ground. (...) (OCHA, civil authorities, military and humanitarian actors). • Create and lead a regional civil-military humanitarian coordination platform to support country platforms and enable civil and military actors such as the G5 Sahel, ECOWAS or the Barkhane force to better take part in the humanitarian operational dialogue, and ensure the necessary distinction on the ground between military operations and humanitarian actions (OCHA, humanitarian actors, G5 Sahel, ECOWAS). 3.
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Score: 724871.4 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...0SOM%20EN%2003092020_final.pdf
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Special Event on Promoting South-South Cooperation on Climate Change and Launch of the Southern Climate Partnership Incubator to support the SDGS | Under-Secretary-General Liu Zhenmin - United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Search UN DESA Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions UN 70 Conferences & Summits Employment & Internships Organigramme Key Issues ECOSOC Sustainable Development Population Public Administration Financing for Development Social Development Statistics Policy & Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions UN 70 Conferences & Summits Employment & Internships Organigramme Key Issues ECOSOC Sustainable Development Population Public Administration Financing for Development Social Development Statistics Policy & Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Home About UN DESA Leadership Special Event on Promoting South-South Cooperation on Climate Change and Launch of the Southern Climate Partnership Incubator to support the SDGS Mr. (...) South-South cooperation, with its distinct and distinguished characteristics, supports the transition to sustainable development in unique ways. (...) The success of South-South cooperation can offer important lessons for all development actors on strengthening the distinctive role of development cooperation in addressing climate change.
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Score: 724806.15 - https://www.un.org/development...uth-south-on-climate-sdgs.html
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UNHCR /Vivian Tou’meh It details how in under six months this year, as pro-Government forces moved to recapture large swathes of territory, more than one million Syrian men, women, and children were displaced in six key battles. Most now face dire living conditions, Hanny Megally, Member of the Commission of Inquiry, told journalists in Geneva. (...) Witnesses consistently recalled the distinctive smell of chlorine at the affected sites and on victims’ clothing - Commission of Inquiry report on Syria The panel’s 24-page report highlights intense fighting between January and June in Aleppo, northern Homs, Damascus, Rif Damascus, Dara’a, and Idlib governorates. (...) “Witnesses consistently recalled the distinctive smell of chlorine at the affected sites and on victims’ clothing,” the report reads. 
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Score: 724806.15 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/09/1019072
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CO2 (several defined activities) N2O (production of nitric acid, adipic acid, glyoxylic acid and glyoxal) PFCs (primary aluminium) Emission categories Combustion and process emissions reported separately. Distinction between combustion and process emissions is not required distinction is impossible Timing Data is annual. (...) EF, NCV, carbon content) Installations specific data (individually analyzed in a lab) Standard factors Data sources Installation specific annual emission report reported emissions are verified by accredited verifiers at the installation level Type of data and data sources for EU ETS 10 Cooperation of involved parties in Germany Federal Statistical Office Working group energy balance (consortium) UBA energy experts UBA Inventory experts UBA ETS Data (confidential) Aggregated data (for QA) Aggregated data (for QA) UBA industry experts Aggregated data (for QA) Key: case-by-case cooperation regular cooperation 11 Cooperation of involved parties in Germany UBA I 2.5 (energy sector) UBA V 1.6 (inventory) UBA V 3.3 (ETS) UBA III 2 (industry sectors) Data exchange e.g. on • ETS emissions assigned to CRF-categories • Emissions according to ETS activity • Natural gas compressors • NCV, Carbon content, EF for e.g.: • coal, gases, refinery gas, lignite 12 Inventory: CRF-categories (IPCC-sector) 1.A.1. (...) “ All operators shall surrender allowances on the basis of complete annual Monitoring & Reporting & Verification Lessons learned in Germany & key elements for a robust MRV 15 Legal framework, mandatory data collection, MRV regulation directly binding for operators Accreditation: Who verifies the verifier?
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Score: 723757.03 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...de_inventarios_y_el_eu_ets.pdf
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