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Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Cleaner Electricity Production Cleaner Electricity Systems About Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Systems Activities Carbon Neutraility Project Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Nuclear Power Hydrogen Carbon Neutral Energy Intensive Industries Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept CES Meetings Publications Contact us Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept This activity builds on the Carbon Neutrality Framework and developed Technology Briefs under the scope of Carbon Neutrality project. A series of dialogues are planned with wider stakeholder community and modelling institutions to refine data and technology assumptions, assess contribution of different technologies to attain carbon neutrality and develop policy guidelines for low-carbon technologies. (...) Launch Presentations  & Recordings Task Force Call 1 Preliminary data from MESSAGE Model - IIASA Life Cycle Assessment of Selected Technologies - LIST Consultations 1 Introduction to MESSAGE Model - IIASA Preliminary data for Central Asia Preliminary data for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine Preliminary data for South East Europe Technology deep dives Preliminary results on Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Task Force Call 2 Refined data - Scenarios - MESSAGE - IIASA Refined data - Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Communicating data - Technology Interplay - UNECE Consultations 2 Preliminary final results - MESSAGE - IIASA Preliminary final results - Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Drafts Final Draft - Life cycle assessment of electricity generation options    Advanced Draft - Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept   ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation A propos Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Work with us Nos activités Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Thèmes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Où nous travaillons Gouvernance Événements Meetings & Events Coronavirus Advisory Publications Médias Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Cleaner Electricity Production Cleaner Electricity Systems About Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Systems Activities Carbon Neutraility Project Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Nuclear Power Hydrogen Carbon Neutral Energy Intensive Industries Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept CES Meetings Publications Contact us Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept This activity builds on the Carbon Neutrality Framework and developed Technology Briefs under the scope of Carbon Neutrality project. A series of dialogues are planned with wider stakeholder community and modelling institutions to refine data and technology assumptions, assess contribution of different technologies to attain carbon neutrality and develop policy guidelines for low-carbon technologies. (...) Launch Presentations  & Recordings Task Force Call 1 Preliminary data from MESSAGE Model - IIASA Life Cycle Assessment of Selected Technologies - LIST Consultations 1 Introduction to MESSAGE Model - IIASA Preliminary data for Central Asia Preliminary data for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine Preliminary data for South East Europe Technology deep dives Preliminary results on Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Task Force Call 2 Refined data - Scenarios - MESSAGE - IIASA Refined data - Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Communicating data - Technology Interplay - UNECE Consultations 2 Preliminary final results - MESSAGE - IIASA Preliminary final results - Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Drafts Final Draft - Life cycle assessment of electricity generation options    Advanced Draft - Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept   A PROPOS Mandat Secrétaire exécutif Structure de l’organisation OPPORTUNITÉS D’EMPLOI Postes vacants RECHERCHES Base de données statistique Évaluations SUIVEZ NOUS Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram @ Commission économique des Nations Unies pour l’Europe | Termes et conditions d'utilisation | Confidentialité de l'information Nous contacter
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Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation О ЕЭК ООН Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Наша работа Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Темы High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Где мы работаем Открытое ЕЭК ООН События Meetings & Events Coronavirus Advisory Публикации СМИ Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Cleaner Electricity Production Cleaner Electricity Systems About Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Systems Activities Carbon Neutraility Project Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Nuclear Power Hydrogen Carbon Neutral Energy Intensive Industries Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept CES Meetings Publications Contact us Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept This activity builds on the Carbon Neutrality Framework and developed Technology Briefs under the scope of Carbon Neutrality project. A series of dialogues are planned with wider stakeholder community and modelling institutions to refine data and technology assumptions, assess contribution of different technologies to attain carbon neutrality and develop policy guidelines for low-carbon technologies. (...) Launch Presentations  & Recordings Task Force Call 1 Preliminary data from MESSAGE Model - IIASA Life Cycle Assessment of Selected Technologies - LIST Consultations 1 Introduction to MESSAGE Model - IIASA Preliminary data for Central Asia Preliminary data for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine Preliminary data for South East Europe Technology deep dives Preliminary results on Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Task Force Call 2 Refined data - Scenarios - MESSAGE - IIASA Refined data - Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Communicating data - Technology Interplay - UNECE Consultations 2 Preliminary final results - MESSAGE - IIASA Preliminary final results - Life Cycle Assessment - LIST Drafts Final Draft - Life cycle assessment of electricity generation options    Advanced Draft - Technology Interplay under Carbon Neutrality Concept   О ЕЭК ООН Миссия Исполнительный секретарь Организационная структура ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ТРУДОУСТРОЙСТВА Вакансии РЕСУРСЫ База статистических данных Оценки ЕЭК ООН В СОЦИАЛЬНЫХ СЕТЯХ Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram @ Европейская экономическая | комиссия Организации | Объединенных Наций Свяжитесь с нами
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Page 7 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 7 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 7 Executive summary This study was carried out to determine the current status of the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE or e-waste) and used electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) in Latin America and to define the guidelines for a roadmap that would ensure the environmental sustainability of e-waste management in the region. (...) This includes the need to promote models that prioritize reuse and recycling together with building effective partnerships that bring together all stakeholders to the fullest extent possible. (...) Sustainable management of waste electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America i     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9     10     11     12          
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The major potential source of buyer confusion was the possibility of seeing models with old labels next to models with new labels in the same showroom. At first glance the new label models could appear to be less efficient than the old label models because they display fewer stars for the same level of energy efficiency. (...) In one category (dryers) the same model - a heat pump dryer - reached 6 stars on both the old and new scales; • !
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Score: 886333.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...energy/op/clasp_wilkenfeld.pdf
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The Model has been adopted by the WP. 6 at its 20th session, in November 2010. The text is contained in this publication. The model provides for adequate risk mitigation, without creating excessive costs or red tape for business. Any Member State that has no regulatory framework in the explosive equipment sector can use the model as a blueprint for legislation. If countries already have such a framework, they could consider gradually converging towards this international model.
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Score: 885196 - https://unece.org/DAM/trade/wp...eEnvironment/SIEEE_CRO_ENG.pdf
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On this front, Thailand has adopted a new approach called the “Bio- Circular-Green” (or BCG) Economy Model. This Model applies new technologies and innovation to further build on Thailand's strengths, namely agriculture, industry, biodiversity and cultural diversity, to create a balance between economic development, society and environmental sustainability. This BCG model can be one of the approaches to achieve Thailand's Carbon Neutrality goal by promoting the production and the use of low-carbon energy. For example, the so-called 30@30 policy will enhance the electric vehicle industry, where electric vehicles will account for 30 percent of the total domestic automobile production by 2030. 7.
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Score: 884988 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/thailand_e.pdf
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 Preface Final report Table of Contents List of Tables, Figures and Boxes Table 1: Possible hazardous substances present in WEEE Table 2: Hydrometallurgical processes used to recover metals present in WEEE Table 3: Pyrometallurgical processes used to recover metals present in WEEE Table 4: Recycling of printed circuit boards Table 5: Recycling of batteries Table 6: Treatment methods for fluorescent lighting components Figure 1: Stages in the reuse of electrical and electronic equipment/ICT Figure 2: Stages in the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment from ICTs Figure 3: WEEE/ICT management system Figure 4: Management of WEEE to separate metallic and non-metallic fractions Figure 5: Lead (Pb) concentrations in counterfeit mobile phones Figure 6: Cadmium (Cd) concentrations in counterfeit mobile phones Figure 7: Parts of the mobile phone in which hazardous components are found Figure 8: WEEE recycling activities in China and India, types of emissions produced and pathways of propagation into the environment Figure 1A: Chemical classification of the WEEE components with routes of exposure Executive Summary i. (...) Introduction 1 CHAPTER 1 – Operational framework of technological aspects of a WEEE management system 1.1 Need for national policy on WEEE management for least developed and developing countries 1.2 Preliminary considerations regarding the WEEE management system 1.3 WEEE management process 1.3.1 Pre-processing 1.3.2 Processing 1.3.3 Verification 1.3.4 Revision of WEEE management system 2 CHAPTER 2 – Alternatives for the recovery and exploitation of hazardous materials present in WEEE 2.1 Composition of WEEE 2.2 Recovery and use of hazardous waste present in WEEE 2.2.1 Recovery of metals present in WEEE 2.2.2 Methods of recovering metals from WEEE 2.2.3 Methods of recovering other usable materials present in WEEE 3 CHAPTER 3 – Social aspects of WEEE management 3.1 Counterfeit or non-conforming (substandard) ICT devices 3.2 Impacts of poor WEEE management on human health 3.2.1 Vulnerable population groups 3.2.2 Current situation regarding impact on human health 3.2.3 Routes for pollutants entering the environment 3.2.4 Routes of exposure 3.2.5 Consequences of exposure 4 CHAPTER 4 – Economic aspects of WEEE management 4.1 Takeback schemes 4.2 Takeback recommendations 4.3 Economic impact and business opportunities associated with WEEE 4.3.1 Business opportunities 4.3.2 A source of employment 4.4 Economic models for financing the WEEE management system 4.4.1 Treatment costs 4.4.2 Structural costs 4.4.3 Principle of extended producer responsibility 4.5 Recommendation for a WEEE financing model 5 CHAPTER 5 – Contributions and case studies 5.1 Brazil: Technically feasible options for exploiting hazardous waste contained in waste from telecommunications/ICTs 5.1.1 Digital vs analogue TV 5.1.2 Suggestions for dealing with hazardous substances in WEEE 5.1.3 Map of recyclers in Brazil 5.2 Burundi: Current situation with regard to the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) 5.3 Chile: WEEE management model 5.4 People’s Republic of China: WEEE collection 5.5 Colombia: WEEE initiatives 5.5.1 Take bake scheme: “Computers for Education” 5.5.2 Cost associated with takeback scheme 5.5.3 Other WEEE initiatives in Colombia 5.6 Germany: Standard to ensure proper WEEE management 5.6.1 Financial incentives 5.6.2 Takeback costs for ICT devices 5.7 India: Measures to integrate the informal sector through the environmentally sound management of WEEE from ICTs in developing countries 5.8 Iran University of Science and Technology: Disposal or reuse of ICT waste in Iran 5.8.1 E-Waste policies in waste material management (recycled) 5.9 ITU Association of Japan: Proposal for a method of recycling lead-acid batteries 5.9.1 General considerations 5.9.2 Extending the life of lead-acid batteries 5.9.3 Specific examples of use 5.10 Russian Federation: Guidance for WEEE management 5.11 Senegal: Initiatives for environmentally sound management of electronic waste 5.11.1 WEEE management initiative 5.11.2 Inadequate WEEE management consequences 5.11.3 Challenges of miniaturization of EEE 5.12 Sri Lanka 5.12.1 ICT e‑Waste management 5.12.2 Telecommunication/ICT waste material management projects in Sri Lanka 5.13 United States of America: WEEE management models 5.14 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): Standards for environmental assessment of electronic products 5.15 BDT activities related to the management of WEEE 5.16 Work of ITU-T on WEEE 5.17 Results of the 2016 survey 6 CHAPTER 6 – Conclusions and recommendations References Abbreviations and acronyms Annexes Annex 1: List of documents received for consideration by Question 8/2 Annex 2: Cross-cutting requirements that apply to all stages Annex 3: Chemical classification of the WEEE components with routes of exposure Annex 4: Results of the 2016 survey
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Score: 884576 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...G-SG02.08.1-2017-TOC-HTM-E.htm
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“First, electricity is expensive, particularly between 6pm and 9pm. (...) Beneficiaries will have access to up-to-date data on the supply of and demand for biogas, innovative business models, updated regulations, favourable public policies, tailor-made financial services, technical assistance and training services. (...) “The added value of our GEF project lies in its ability to foster a conducive business environment with suitable public policies, financial tools and innovative business models, supporting value chains.” Amadio says that the starting point for the development of a biogas strategy should be the end user of the core products, such as bio-methane gas, CO2, electric power or thermal energy.
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Score: 884572.9 - https://www.unido.org/stories/...produces-energy-and-fertilizer
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Page 50 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 50 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 50 Guide for NRAs on International Mobile Roaming Cost analysis – Technical Paper 5.3 Sample questionnaire for NRAs, for use with the cost model A structure for a questionnaire on roaming tariffs is shown in Annex 3 as a model that can be used with MNOs.
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