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GE.12-60558 (S) 300312 050412 Conferencia de las Partes Informe de la Conferencia de las Partes sobre su 17º período de sesiones, celebrado en Durban del 28 de noviembre al 11 de
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POSSIBLE REFORM OF INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT (ISDS) : APPELLATE AND MULTILATERAL COURT MECHANISMS
La posibilidad de devolver las actuaciones al tribunal arbitral original puede analizarse a la luz de diversos __________________ la OMC; el art.17, párr. 2, del Protocolo de Olivos para la Solución de Controversias en el MERCOSUR; y el art. 58 del Estatuto del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea. 23 Documento de debate titulado “Possible Improvements of the Framework for ICSID Arbitration”, preparado por la secretaría del CIADI (22 de octubre de 2004), “Annex - Possible Features of an ICSID Appeals Facility”, párr. 7. 24 Art. 20 del Estatuto del Tribunal Especial para Sierra Leona; art. 26, párr. 1 a), del Estatuto del Tribunal Especial para el Líbano. 25 Art. 3.19 del Acuerdo de Protección de las Inversiones entre la Unión Europea y Singapur (firmado el 19 de octubre de 2018); art. 3.54 del Acuerdo de Protección de las Inversiones entre la Unión Europea y Viet Nam (firmado el 30 de junio de 2019); art. 8.28 del Acuerdo Económico y Comercial Global (CETA) entre el Canadá y la Unión Europea (en vigor con carácter provisional desde el 21 de septiembre de 2017). 26 Documento de debate titulado “Possible Improvements of the Framework for ICSID Arbitration”, preparado por la secretaría del CIADI (22 de octubre de 2004), “Annex - Possible Features of an ICSID Appeals Facility”, párr. 7. 27 Art. 20 del Estatuto del Tribunal Especial para Sierra Leona; art. 26, párr. 1 b), del Estatuto del Tribunal Especial para el Líbano. (...) La sala de apelaciones de la Corte Penal Internacional y del Tribunal Especial para Sierra Leona puede pedir pruebas de los errores de hecho para dirimir la cuestión, o puede devolver la cuestión de hecho a la sala de primera instancia original para que __________________ 28 Véase el art. 17, párr. 13, del anexo 2, titulado “Entendimiento relativo a las Normas y Procedimientos por los que se Rige la Solución de Diferencias”, del Acuerdo de la OMC; el Órgano de Solución de Diferencias puede decidir por consenso no adoptar el informe del Órgano de Apelación (art. 17, párr. 14, del anexo 2, titulado “Entendimiento relativo a las Normas y Procedimientos por los que se Rige la Solución de Diferencias”, del Acuerdo de la OMC). 29 Art. 22 del Protocolo de Olivos para la Solución de Controversias en el MERCOSUR. 30 Art. 61 del Estatuto del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea. 31 Art. 3.19 del Acuerdo de Protección de las Inversiones entre la Unión Europea y Singapur (firmado el 19 de octubre de 2018). 32 Art. 3.54 del Acuerdo de Protección de las Inversiones entre la Unión Europea y Viet Nam (firmado el 30 de junio de 2019). 33 Documento de debate titulado “Possible Improvements of the Framework for ICSID Arbitration”, preparado por la secretaría del CIADI (22 de octubre de 2004), “Annex - Possible Features of an ICSID Appeals Facility”. (...) B; y el Acuerdo de Protección de las Inversiones entre la Unión Europea y Singapur (firmado el 19 de octubre de 2018). 49 Véase el documento de debate titulado “Possible Improvements of the Framework for ICSID Arbitration”, preparado por la secretaría del CIADI (2004); en dicho documento se sugiere asimismo que el órgano de apelación podría estar integrado por 15 personas elegidas por períodos escalonados de 6 años.
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E/CN.17/2004/17 - Progress in implementing the dec | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales Desarrollo Sostenible Main navigation Inicio Conocimientos sobre los ODS Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible Temas clave Agenda 2030 Desarrollo de la capacidad Publicaciones Informe mundial sobre el desarrollo sostenible Procesos Intergubernamentales Foro político de alto nivel sobre el desarrollo sostenible Conferencias y eventos de alto nivel de la ONU relacionados con el desarrollo sostenible Foro de múltiples partes interesadas sobre ciencia, tecnología e innovación para los ODS Segunda Comisión de la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas Trayectoria de Samoa Foro de asociación del ECOSOC FPAN PEID Pequeños Estados insulares en desarrollo Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS Alianzas Alianzas (tema) Plataforma de Asociación ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 Colaboración Eventos Seminario web Estados miembros Sistema de la ONU Participación de los interesados Noticias Acerca de E/CN.17/2004/17 - Progress in implementing the decisions of the Commission on Sustainable Development related to improvements in national reporting and further work on indicators of sustainable development [Arabic] [Chinese] [English] [French] [Russian] [Spanish] Únete a la conversación: Footer menu AVISO DE PRIVACIDAD AVISO SOBRE FRAUDES CONDICIONES DE USO CONTACTO DERECHOS DE AUTOR
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION, CATARINA DE ALBUQUERQUE :ADDENDUM
The Senegalese experience of private sector participation in water supply was considered by the World Bank to be a successful example in the African context, given the increasing rates of water access and the reported improvements in efficiency.8 On the other 8 Vivien Foster and Cecilia Briceño-Garmendia (eds.) , “Africa’s Infrastructure: A Time for Transformation”, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / World Bank, 2010. p. 312. (...) The transfer of responsibilities for the operation of rural boreholes to user associations, initiated with the adoption of the Law on the Public Service of Drinking Water and Sanitation, is credited with improvements in the condition of the infrastructure and the rate of water network expansion. (...) Water quality 59. Despite improvements in the capacity and efficiency of water supply systems serving urban areas, in some regions of Senegal the quality of water is still too low for human consumption owing to natural causes and pollution. 60.
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ADVANCES IN ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES : BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT UNIT
The development of standards for characterization will help to address undefined parts — although there is a great deal of laboratory work to be done on implementing this.96 Efforts to address the wiring challenge have included: efforts to improve the separation of signal from noise;97 efforts to reduce biological noise;98 efforts to work with biological noise;99 efforts to produce noise-tolerant and delay-robust gene circuits;100 as well as efforts to incorporate distributed robustness.101 Improvements in identifying and defining modularity will help to address the levels of complexity involved.102 Research has also demonstrated that the basic principles of a bottom-up approach to biological engineering work with sufficient modelling and characterization.103 This suggests that as capabilities in these areas increase, issues of the incompatibility of parts might decrease. Reliability issues are slowly being addressed by improvements in designing evolutionary robust gene circuits and in stabilizing synthetic data in the DNA of living organisms.104,105 16. (...) The same computer then assesses the outcomes of the experiments and feeds the data back into the model and uses it to improve its theories. This process is then repeated until the system is fully elucidated.
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BIENNAL PROGRAMME BUDGET 2014-2015 (REVISED) - CORRIGENDUM
Management and administration Staff costs 83,459 87,474 92,718 Other staff costs 2,073 3,583 1,968 Consultants 2,122 1,982 6,508 Travel 3,448 3,580 3,141 Contractual services 11,053 17,642 15,246 Operating expenses 11,195 7,867 9,160 Supplies and materials 631 780 841 Furniture and equipment 400 756 596 Other expenses 8,923 8,734 11,419 Sub-total 123,304 132,399 141,596 Programme support and management and administration combined Staff costs 274,988 314,758 343,967 Other staff costs 28,210 58,757 30,342 Consultants 6,976 3,029 8,037 Travel 19,392 20,916 20,846 Contractual services 21,951 34,975 37,640 Operating expenses 38,065 44,932 57,293 Supplies and materials 6,985 7,097 7,271 Furniture and equipment 17,480 16,148 10,627 Other expenses 21,003 30,079 36,537 Sub-total of programme support and management and administration 435,052 530,690 552,560 Programmes 2,528,763 5,405,742 5,189,514 Total programmed activities 2,963,815 5,936,432 5,742,074 * 2014 current budget - as of July 2014 1) Staff costs include salaries and allowances 2) Other staff costs include temporary assistance and overtime 3) Other expenses includes Joint UN contributions, improvements to premises and other miscellaneous expenses
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION : REPORT / BY DOUDOU DIENE, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE, SUBMITTED PURSUANT TO COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS RESOLUTION 202/68 [I.E. 2002/68]
Distr. GENERAL E/CN.4/2003/24 30 de enero de 2003 ESPAÑOL Original: ESPAÑOL/FRANCÉS/ INGLÉS COMISIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS 59º período de sesiones Tema 6 del programa
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PROVISIONAL AGENDA AND ANNOTATIONS : AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON FURTHER COMMITMENTS FOR ANNEX I PARTIES UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL, 8TH SESSION, BONN, 1-12 JUNE 2009 : NOTE / BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Submissions from Parties FCCC/KP/AWG/2009/MISC.9 Views on possible improvements to emissions trading and the project-based mechanisms. (...) Submissions from Parties FCCC/KP/AWG/2009/MISC.9 Views on possible improvements to emissions trading and the project-based mechanisms.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON MINORITY ISSUES, GAY MCDOUGALL : ADDENDUM
The State has a policy of comprehensive development and assistance, and gradually improves the material and spiritual living conditions of the national ethnic minorities. 8. (...) Community members welcomed these developments, while some declared that further improvements and capacity were required to meet community needs fully.10 27. (...) Consultations by the independent expert revealed that, while improvements are evident, the provision of even primary health-care clinics and community-based medical practitioners is insufficient to meet the needs of many communities.
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International aviation CAF consumption (Mt/year) International aviation SAF availability (Mt/year) Substitution of CAF CO2 reduction from SAF use Total number of biorefineries Cumulative CapEx investment in biorefineries (in billion 2015 USD) Technology requirements Policy requirements 2025 270 5 2.0% 0.9% 45 $5 to $15 2040 400 11 2.8% 1.3% 100 $10 to $35 2050 570 20 4.0% 2.0% 200 $20 to $70 Analysis year Key indicators on 4% SAF replacement (Scenario: Low) Potential facilitation conditions International aviation CAF consumption (Mt/year) International aviation SAF availability (Mt/year) Substitution of CAF CO2 reduction from SAF use Total number of biorefineries Cumulative CapEx investment in biorefineries (in billion 2015 USD) Technology requirements Policy requirements 2025 270 5 2.0% 0.9% 45 $5 to $15 - Bioenergy production incentivized by policies 2040 400 89 22% 15% 800 $70 to $280 2050 570 160 28% 19% 1400 $100 to $500 Analysis year Key indicators on 28% SAF replacement (Scenario: Illustrative) Potential facilitation conditions - Improvements in fuel production efficiencies - Bioenergy resource allocation to all end-usages in proportion to share in final energy demands CAAF/2-WP/6 Appendix A-2 — FIN — International aviation CAF consumption (Mt/year) International aviation SAF availability (Mt/year) Substitution of CAF CO2 reduction from SAF use Total number of biorefineries Cumulative CapEx investment in biorefineries (in billion 2015 USD) Technology requirements Policy requirements 2025 270 5 2.0% 0.9% 45 $5 to $15 - Improvements in fuel production efficiencies - Bioenergy production strongly incentivized by policies 2040 400 128 32% 12% 1100 $100 to $400 - Increased agricultural yields and arable land availability - Bioenergy resource allocation to all end-uses in proportion to share of final energy demands 2050 570 285 50% 33% 2400 $200 to $850 - Significant agricultural and forestry residue removal Potential facilitation conditions Analysis year Key indicators on 50% SAF replacement (Scenario: Intermediate) International aviation CAF consumption (Mt/year) International aviation SAF availability (Mt/year) Substitution of CAF CO2 reduction from SAF use Total number of biorefineries Cumulative CapEx investment in biorefineries (in billion 2015 USD) Technology requirements Policy requirements 2025 270 5 2.0% 0.9% 45 $5 to $15 - Highest agricultural yield growth rates and highest land availability - Bioenergy production strongly incentivized by policies 2040 400 342 86% 49% 2900 $250 to $1000 - Highest agricultural and forestry residue removal rates - Alternative jet fuel production prioritized over all other uses of bioenergy 2050 570 >570 100% 63% 5200 $450 to $1800 - Improvements in fuel production efficiencies Potential facilitation conditions Analysis year Key indicators on 100% SAF replacement (Scenario: Maximum)
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