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FCCC/SBSTA/2008/MIS
.- Aspectos metodológicos a considerar: Se necesita una mayor rigurosidad en la definición del término y tipo de formación geológica que permita o garantice un menor riesgo, para la aplicación de esta actividad, dada la incertidumbre intrínseca en los modelos geológicos aún contando con las tecnologías más avanzadas disponibles en la actualidad. (...) The development of new technologies for this activity requires an array of technical and economic evaluation that includes environmental and operational risks associated with each of them, aiming to ensure optimal implementation. 6. - Methodological aspects to be considered: There is a need for greater rigor in the definition of the term and the kind of geological formation that allows or guarantees a lower risk for the implementation of this activity, due to the uncertainty inherent in the geological models, even with the most advanced technologies available today. (...) - 8 - 12. - Aspects relating to periods of storage: It is necessary to develop models and carry out simulations to estimate the period of safe carbon dioxide storage in geologic target selected.
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LETTER DATED 31 JANUARY 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
These models help empower local actors to mend their difficult relations and address their underlying needs and grievances. In this respect, such models could offer community-level solutions to the problems of our time such as, racism, xenophobia, religious animosities, lack of empathy in complex societies and practices of exclusion. (...) The participants also pointed to the work of the CoE on developing a model on competences for democratic culture, arguing that many elements of this model are relevant to mediation.
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FCCC/SBI/2006/MISC.
Its objectives are to reinforce regional environmental monitoring systems and conduct intensive field campaigns in order to understand better the mechanisms involved and enhance models and predictive skills. The observational system will cover the regional water cycle, atmospheric dynamics and chemistry, and land surface and oceanic conditions. (...) Modules 1 and 2 will be focused on the use of the models to aid decision-making Med-Pro et POLES from ENERDATA, used in particular by France and the European Commission. They will provide a transfer of knowledge and skills (data collection, work of models including complete transfer of Med-Pro, concrete applications, dialogue with decision-makers, etc.).
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PRO-POOR TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICIES : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Sin embargo, hay que señalar que ninguno de esos modelos es necesariamente más favorable a los pobres que otro. (...) Los grupos desfavorecidos más afectados por esos prejuicios sociales no encuentran a menudo modelos locales de empresarios a quienes emular, para romper con las percepciones negativas. (...) Muchas tecnologías renovables en favor de los pobres no son eléctricas o generan electricidad sin conexión a la red eléctrica.
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Investment Income .......................................................................................................................................... 125 FCCC/CP/2016/6 GE.16-14987 7 List of Tables Table 1: COP 21 decisions and SBI 43 and 44 conclusions and GEF’s response ............................................................ 16 Table 2: Sustainable Cities IAP participating countries and cities ................................................................................... 32 Table 3: Food Security IAP participating countries ......................................................................................................... 33 Table 4: Design of the Commodities IAP ......................................................................................................................... 33 Table 5: GEF projects on climate change mitigation by region........................................................................................ 37 Table 6: GEF projects on climate change mitigation by phase ......................................................................................... 38 Table 7: Climate change mitigation GEF-6 strategic objectives and results framework .................................................. 39 Table 8: Breakdown of GEF funding for projects with climate change mitigation components ...................................... 40 Table 9: Expected CO2 eq emission reductions from projects and programs approved in FY 2016 ................................ 40 Table 10: Climate change adaptation: Strategic objectives and expected outcomes ........................................................ 43 Table 11: Regional distribution of adaptation projects and programs under the LDCF to date ....................................... 45 Table 12: Regional distribution of adaptation projects under the LDCF approved in FY 2016 ....................................... 46 Table 13: Regional distribution of adaptation projects and programs under the SCCF-A to date .................................... 47 Table 14: Regional distribution of adaptation projects and programs under the SCCF-B to date .................................... 47 Table 15: GEF projects for climate technology transfer and financing centers and for CTCN ........................................ 52 Table 16: GEF Trust Fund EA projects by region (1991–2015) ...................................................................................... 56 Table 17: GEF Trust Fund EA projects by phase ............................................................................................................. 56 List of Figures Figure 1: Annual and cumulative funding approvals and technically cleared pipeline under the LDCF ......................... 14 Figure 2: Annual and cumulative funding approvals and technically cleared pipeline under the LDCF ......................... 45 FCCC/CP/2016/6 8 GE.16-14987 Abbreviations and Acronyms AC Adaptation Committee ADB Asian Development Bank ADP Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action AfDB African Development Bank AFOLU Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use AGT Automated Guideway Transit AMR Annual Monitoring Review AR5 Fifth Assessment Report ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASTUD Asian Sustainable Transport and Urban Development BRT Bus Rapid Transit BUR Biennial Update Report CBD Convention on Biological Diversity CBNRM Community-Based Natural Resource Management CBO Community-Based Organization CCA Climate Change Adaptation CCCD Cross-Cutting Capacity Development CCM Climate Change Mitigation CEIT Countries with Economy in Transition CEO Chief Executive Officer CGE Consultative Group of Experts CI Conservation International CNFO Caribbean Network of Fisher-folk Organizations CNG Compressed Natural Gas CO2 eq Carbon Dioxide Equivalent COP Conference of the Parties CSO Civil Society Organization CTCN Climate Technology Centre and Network DHRS Dutyion Root Hydration System EA Enabling Activity EBA Ecosystem-Based Adaptation EBRD European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ECW Expanded Constituency Workshop EIB European Investment Bank EnMS Energy Management System ESA European Space Agency ESCO Energy Service Company ESO Energy Systems Optimization EST Environmentally Sound Technology ETC Early Transition Country EV Electric Vehicle FAO Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FBUR First Biennial Update Report FCV Fuel Cell Vehicle FNC Fourth National Communication FSP Full-sized Project FY Fiscal Year GCF Green Climate Fund GCM Global Climate Model GEB Global Environmental Benefit GEF Global Environment Facility GEFTF Global Environment Facility Trust Fund GHG Greenhouse Gas GSP Global Support Program GWP Global-warming Potential HCFC Hydro-chlorofluorocarbon IAP Integrated Approach Pilot FCCC/CP/2016/6 GE.16-14987 9 IBRD International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization IDB Inter-American Development Bank IEA International Energy Agency IFAD International Fund for Agricultural Development INC Initial National Communication INDC Intended Nationally Determined Contribution IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change kt kilotonne (103 tonnes) LAC Latin America and the Caribbean LCT Low-carbon Technology LDC Least Developed Country LDCF Least Developed Countries Fund LED Light Emitting Diode LEG Least Developed Countries Expert Group LULUCF Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Forestry MDB Multilateral Development Bank MEA Multilateral Environmental Agreement MFA Multi-focal Area MFP Multi-functional Platform MRV Measurement, Reporting and Verification MSP Medium-sized Project MSW Municipal Solid Waste Mt Megatonne (106 tonnes) MTF Multi Trust Fund MTR Mid-term Review NAMA Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action NAP National Adaptation Plan NAPA National Adaptation Program of Action NBSAP National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan NC National Communication NCSA National Capacity Self-Assessment NCSP National Communications Support Program NDE Nationally Designated Entity NFP National Focal Point NGO Non-governmental Organization NIMS National Inventory Management System NIP National Implementation Plan NIS National Inventory System NMT Non-motorized Transport NPFE National Portfolio Formulation Exercise NRM Natural Resource Management ODP Ozone Depleting Potential ODS Ozone Depleting Substance OECD Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development OFP Operational Focal Point OPS Overall Performance Study PES Payment for Ecosystem Services PIF Project Identification Form PIR Project Implementation Report PMIS Project Management Information System POP Persistent Organic Pollutant PPG Project Preparation Grant PPP Public-Private Partnership PRSP Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper PV Photo-voltaic RBM Results-Based Management FCCC/CP/2016/6 10 GE.16-14987 REDD+ Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation plus1 RET Renewable Energy Technology SBES Sustainable Biomass Energy System SBI Subsidiary Body for Implementation SBUR Second Biennial Update Report SCF Standing Committee on Finance SCCF Special Climate Change Fund SCCF-A Special Climate Change Fund Adaptation Program SCCF-B Special Climate Change Fund Program for Technology Transfer SDGs Sustainable Development Goals SFM Sustainable Forest Management SGP Small Grants Program SIDS Small Island Developing State SLM Sustainable Land Management SME Small and Medium Enterprise SMME Small, Medium and Micro-scale Enterprise SNC Second National Communication SPA Strategic Priority on Adaptation SSL Solid State Lighting STAP Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel STAR System for Transparent Allocation of Resources TAP Technology Action Plan TEC Technology Executive Committee TER Terminal Evaluation Report TNA Technology Needs Assessment TNC Third National Communication UNCCD United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification UNDP United Nations Development Programme UNEP United Nations Environment Programme UNFCCC United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNIDO United Nations Industrial Development Organization WWF-US World Wildlife Fund 1 The term REDD+ includes carbon benefits not only from reducing deforestation and degradation, but also from the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks. (...) By demonstrating and validating successful models for the use of non-grant instruments, the GEF can help catalyze large-scale changes through broader adoption and generate experiences, which may also be 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 FY8 FY9 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 C u m u la ti ve a p p ro va ls a t en d o f FY (J u n e 3 0 ) ($ m ) A n n u al a p p ro va ls a n d t ec h n ic al ly cl ea re d p ip el in e b y FY ( $ m ) Technically cleared pipeline waiting for resources Annual approvals Cumulative approvals FCCC/CP/2016/6 GE.16-14987 15 useful for other international environmental finance mechanisms such as the GCF.
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METHODOLOGICAL GUIDANCE FOR ACTIVITIES RELATING TO REDUCING EMISSIONS FROM DEFORESTATION AND FOREST DEGRADATION AND THE ROLE OF CONSERVATION, SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS AND ENHANCEMENT OF FOREST CARBON STOCKS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES :DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
PROPOSED LANGUAGE - If applicable, any change that leads to an inconsistency with the assessed reference levels, taking into account that these changes may only refer to a decrease in relation to the result that would be otherwise obtained.] 1 Parties should refer to the IPCC Expert Meeting report on Use of Models ...... FCCC/SBSTA/2013/L.12 8 GE.13-70274 Annex II [English only] Elements for a possible draft decision on guidelines and procedures for the technical assessment of submissions from Parties on proposed forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels [The Conference of the Parties, Reaffirming that, in the context of the provision of adequate and predictable support to developing country Parties, Parties should collectively aim to slow, halt and reverse forest cover and carbon loss, in accordance with national circumstances, consistent with the ultimate objective of the Convention, as stated in its Article 2, Recognizing that [in the context of the provision of adequate and predictable support to developing country Parties,] developing country Parties aiming to implement the actions listed in decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70, are responsible for the establishment of their forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels, PLACEHOLDER [on training] Recalling the provisions of decision 12/CP.17, 1. (...) [A technical assessment of the data, methodologies, assumptions and procedures used in the construction of the forest reference emission level and/or forest reference level of a developing country Party to determine whether it is consistent with the guidelines in the annex to decision 12/CP.17, ] Paragraph 3 [Option 1 Taking into consideration the voluntary basis of submissions of forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels, the assessment team will assess the following:] [Option 2 Taking into consideration the voluntary nature of the activities referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70, the assessment of the submissions by Parties on proposed forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels by the assessment team will assess the following:] (b) The extent to which the Party has identified pools, gases and activities included in the forest reference emission level and/or forest reference level and explained the reasons for omitting a pool, a gas or an activity from the forest reference emission level and/or forest reference level and whether the coverage of pools in the forest reference emission level and/or forest reference level is consistent, and justification of why omitted pools were deemed not significant, (c) The description of approaches, methods and models used in the construction of forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels, (d) The extent to which the forest reference emission level and/or forest reference level value is consistent with the information and descriptions provided by the Party, (e) The extent to which the information was provided by the Party in a transparent manner, (f) Whether a description is provided of domestic policies relevant to the construction of the forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels and how these policies were used in the construction of the forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels, (g) [Whether confirmation has been provided that the construction of forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels do not include assumptions about changes to domestic policies.] 4. (...) A technical assessment of the data, methodologies and procedures used by the developing country Party in the construction of the reference level(s) in accordance with the guidelines in the Annex to Decision 12/CP.17, covering the following: (a) The extent to which the information used maintained consistency with anthropogenic forest-related greenhouse gas emissions by sources and removals by sinks as contained in the national greenhouse gas inventories [para 8 decision] and/or with historical data [Annex, (a)]; (b) The extent to which the information provided was transparent, complete (FOOTNOTE), consistent and accurate , including methodological information, description of data sets, approaches, methods, models, if applicable, and assumptions used. [Annex, (b)], and whether the reference levels are national or cover less than its entire national territory of forest area [para 11 Decision].
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LETTER DATED 28 JULY 2017 FROM THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Technical recommendations from the session (a) Promote the sustainable management of land and water use, including in arid and semi-arid areas to mitigate the drivers of sand and dust storms; (b) Identify a new set of standards to prevent and reduce the impact of sand and dust storms on human health in the affected areas; (c) Establish a dust-health early warning system, which would protect human health and save lives; (d) Develop standard methods and models for the quantification of the socioeconomic and environmental impact and risk assessments; (e) Improve research to fill the gaps between scientific findings and operational works. (...) Potential dust sources maps and atmospheric dust numerical models are a priority for forecasting local dust storm events in the early warning system. (...) Investing in capacity development mechanisms is important to build resilience. The Kubuqi model in Mongolia is an excellent example of successful steps taken to combat sand storms and desertification in Mongolia.
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PLENARY, THURSDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2021 (P.M.)
.: General 21 April 2021 Original: English ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/2 2 reuse of data through semantic data models, essential in the context of the pandemic. (...) (a) Digitalization and dematerialization which underlines: • The importance of rethinking the business process when moving from paper to digital; • The wide range of deliverables already provided by UN/CEFACT (such as the Buy-Ship-Pay model, the semantic Core Component Library, the Reference ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/2 3 Data Models, hundreds of e-business standards and guidance documents directly related to building back better); and • The reuse of these deliverables within other international organizations (such as the International Maritime Organization [IMO], the International Organization of Standards [ISO], Global Standards-1 [GS1], the International Civil Aviation Organization [ICAO] and others). (...) His work to support the implementation of trade facilitation and UN/CEFACT standards focused on two areas: • Assist countries – especially in the region of the United Nations Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA) – to implement the WTO TFA, specifically in relation to the use of standards, streamlining procedures, Single Window and National Trade Facilitation Bodies • Boost, under a United Nations Development Account (UNDA) inter-agency project, the implementation of UN/CEFACT semantic standards and Reference Data Models with the aim of limiting the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on connectivity, trade and transport.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ON HIS MISSION TO PORTUGAL :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Direct management is the most widespread, covering approximately 70 per cent of all municipalities and about 52 per cent of the total population of continental Portugal. The other three models are predominantly found along the Portuguese coast or in the large urban centres.12 Similar to water supply, sanitation services are provided using models including direct management, delegated management and management through concession. (...) There is an additional model in which both bulk and retail level water service provisions are operated under the delegated management model. (...) The resistance of a number of municipalities to integrate into the bulk provision system has resulted in the coexistence of different models for the provision of water supply services.
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REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN ON THE OUTCOME OF THE SECOND MEETING OF AN OPEN-ENDED INFORMAL WORKING GROUP OF THE COUNCIL IN RESPECT OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND NEGOTIATION OF THE FINANCIAL TERMS OF A CONTRACT UNDER ARTICLE 13, PARAGRAPH 1 OF ANNEX III TO THE UNITED
El mandato del grupo de trabajo también incluía un examen de los aspectos ambientales y de los modelos económicos y el calendario para otros recursos aparte de los nódulos polimetálicos. (...) Numerosas delegaciones plantearon la cuestión de seguir examinando los supuestos importantes del modelo, en particular los relativos a las tasas del impuesto sobre la renta de las sociedades, los precios de los metales, y la exención de las regalías y otros gastos de los pagos de impuestos en los Estados patrocinadores. __________________ 1 Los documentos de antecedentes para la reunión, incluidos los informes del Massachusetts Institute of Technology titulados Financial regimes for polymetallic nodule mining: a comparison of four economic models y Report to the International Seabed Authority on the development of an economic model and system of payments for the exploitation of polymetallic nodules in the Area, pueden consultarse en https://www.isa.org.jm/document/open-ended-ad- hoc-working-group-council-2019. (...) Otros recursos minerales: modelos económicos y calendario 13. El grupo de trabajo opinó que, en la etapa actual, la a tención debería centrarse en la finalización del modelo financiero para los nódulos polimetálicos y que sería más apropiado volver a examinar los demás tipos de recursos minerales en una etapa posterior.
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