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GUIDANCE FOR OPERATIONALIZING THE MODALITIES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE ENHANCED TRANSPARENCY FRAMEWORK REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 13 OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT
Structured summary: Methodologies and accounting approaches – consistency with Article 4, paragraphs 13 and 14, of the Paris Agreement and with decision 4/CMA.1 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR For the first NDC under Article 4:a Accounting approach, including how it is consistent with Article 4, paragraphs 13–14, of the Paris Agreement (para. 71 of the MPGs) For the second and subsequent NDC under Article 4, and optionally for the first NDC under Article 4:b Information on the accounting approach used is consistent with paragraphs 13–17 and annex II of decision 4/CMA.1 (para. 72 of the MPGs) Explain how the accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals is in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and in accordance with decision 18/CMA.1 (para. 1(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how overestimation or underestimation has been avoided for any projected emissions and removals used for accounting (para. 2(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) For each NDC under Article 4:c Accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and adopted by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement: Each methodology and/or accounting approach used to assess the implementation and achievement of the target(s), as applicable (para. 74(a) of the MPGs) Each methodology and/or accounting approach used for the construction of any baseline, to the extent possible (para. 74(b) of the MPGs) If the methodology or accounting approach used for the indicator(s) in table 1 differ from those used to assess the implementation and achievement the target, describe each methodology or accounting approach used to generate the information generated for each indicator in the tables 4 and 5 (para. 74(c) of the MPGs) Any conditions and assumptions relevant to the achievement of the NDC under Article 4, as applicable and available (para. 75(i) of the MPGs) Key parameters, assumptions, definitions, data sources and models used, as applicable and available (para. 75(a) of the MPGs) IPCC Guidelines used, as applicable and available (para. 75(b) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21 12 GE.21-16702 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR Report the metrics used, as applicable and available (para. 75(c) of the MPGs) For Parties whose NDC cannot be accounted for using methodologies covered by IPCC guidelines, provide information on their own methodology used, including for NDCs, pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 6, of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 1(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide information on methodologies used to track progress arising from the implementation of policies and measures, as appropriate (para. 1(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Where applicable to its NDC, any sector-, category- or activity-specific assumptions, methodologies and approaches consistent with IPCC guidance, taking into account any relevant decision under the Convention, as applicable (para. 75(d) of the MPGs) For Parties that address emissions and subsequent removals from natural disturbances on managed lands, provide detailed information on the approach used and how it is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate, or indicate the relevant section of the national GHG inventory report containing that information (para. 1(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(i) of the MPGs) For Parties that account for emissions and removals from harvested wood products, provide detailed information on which IPCC approach has been used to estimate emissions and removals (para. 1(f) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(ii) of the MPGs) For Parties that address the effects of age-class structure in forests, provide detailed information on the approach used and how this is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate (para. 1(g) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(iii) of the MPGs) How the Party has drawn on existing methods and guidance established under the Convention and its related legal instruments, as appropriate, if applicable (para. 1(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Any methodologies used to account for mitigation co- benefits of adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans (para. 75(e) of the MPGs) Describe how double counting of net GHG emission reductions has been avoided, including in accordance with guidance developed related to Article 6 if relevant (para. 76(d) of the MPGs) Any other methodologies related to the NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(h) of the MPGs) Ensuring methodological consistency, including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of NDCs (para. 12(b) of the decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how consistency has been maintained in scope and coverage, definitions, data sources, metrics, FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21 GE.21-16702 13 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR assumptions and methodological approaches including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of NDCs (para. 2(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) and explain methodological inconsistencies with the Party’s most recent national inventory report, if applicable (para. 76(c) of the MPGs) For Parties that apply technical changes to update reference points, reference levels or projections, the changes should reflect either of the following (para. 2(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Technical changes related to technical corrections to the Party’s inventory (para. 2(d)(i) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Technical changes related to improvements in accuracy that maintain methodological consistency (para. 2(d)(ii) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how any methodological changes and technical updates made during the implementation of their NDC were transparently reported (para. 2(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals in the NDC and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continuing to include it (para. 3 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals corresponding to their NDC were accounted for (para. 3(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how Party is striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals in its NDC, and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continue to include it (para. 3(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide an explanation of why any categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals are excluded (para. 4 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Each Party that participates in cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4, or authorizes the use of mitigation outcomes for international mitigation purposes other than achievement of its NDC Provide information on any methodologies associated with any cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(f) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach promotes sustainable development, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21 14 GE.21-16702 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures environmental integrity consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures transparency, including in governance, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach applies robust accounting to ensure, inter alia, the avoidance of double counting, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Any other information consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on reporting under Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iii) of the MPGs) Notes: (1) Pursuant to para. 79 of the MPGs, each Party shall report the information referred to in paras. 65–78 of the MPGs in a narrative and common tabular format, as applicable. (2) A Party may amend the reporting format (e.g.
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES SERVING AS THE MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE PARIS AGREEMENT ON ITS THIRD SESSION, HELD IN GLASGOW FROM 31 OCTOBER TO 13 NOVEMBER 2021. ADDENDUM. PART TWO
Structured summary: Methodologies and accounting approaches – consistency with Article 4, paragraphs 13 and 14, of the Paris Agreement and with decision 4/CMA.1 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR For the first NDC under Article 4:a Accounting approach, including how it is consistent with Article 4, paragraphs 13–14, of the Paris Agreement (para. 71 of the MPGs) For the second and subsequent NDC under Article 4, and optionally for the first NDC under Article 4:b Information on the accounting approach used is consistent with paragraphs 13–17 and annex II of decision 4/CMA.1 (para. 72 of the MPGs) Explain how the accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals is in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and in accordance with decision 18/CMA.1 (para. 1(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how overestimation or underestimation has been avoided for any projected emissions and removals used for accounting (para. 2(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) For each NDC under Article 4:b Accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and adopted by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement: Each methodology and/or accounting approach used to assess the implementation and achievement of the target(s), as applicable (para. 74(a) of the MPGs) Each methodology and/or accounting approach used for the construction of any baseline, to the extent possible (para. 74(b) of the MPGs) If the methodology or accounting approach used for the indicator(s) in table 1 differ from those used to assess the implementation and achievement the target, describe each methodology or accounting approach used to generate the information generated for each indicator in table 4 (para. 74(c) of the MPGs) Any conditions and assumptions relevant to the achievement of the NDC under Article 4, as applicable and available (para. 75(i) of the MPGs) Key parameters, assumptions, definitions, data sources and models used, as applicable and available (para. 75(a) of the MPGs) IPCC Guidelines used, as applicable and available (para. 75(b) of the MPGs) Report the metrics used, as applicable and available (para. 75(c) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/10/Add.2 12 GE.22-03278 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR For Parties whose NDC cannot be accounted for using methodologies covered by IPCC guidelines, provide information on their own methodology used, including for NDCs, pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 6, of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 1(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide information on methodologies used to track progress arising from the implementation of policies and measures, as appropriate (para. 1(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Where applicable to its NDC, any sector-, category- or activity-specific assumptions, methodologies and approaches consistent with IPCC guidance, taking into account any relevant decision under the Convention, as applicable (para. 75(d) of the MPGs) For Parties that address emissions and subsequent removals from natural disturbances on managed lands, provide detailed information on the approach used and how it is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate, or indicate the relevant section of the national GHG inventory report containing that information (para. 1(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(i) of the MPGs) For Parties that account for emissions and removals from harvested wood products, provide detailed information on which IPCC approach has been used to estimate emissions and removals (para. 1(f) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(ii) of the MPGs) For Parties that address the effects of age-class structure in forests, provide detailed information on the approach used and how this is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate (para. 1(g) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(iii) of the MPGs) How the Party has drawn on existing methods and guidance established under the Convention and its related legal instruments, as appropriate, if applicable (para. 1(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Any methodologies used to account for mitigation co- benefits of adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans (para. 75(e) of the MPGs) Describe how double counting of net GHG emission reductions has been avoided, including in accordance with guidance developed related to Article 6 if relevant (para. 76(d) of the MPGs) Any other methodologies related to the NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(h) of the MPGs) Ensuring methodological consistency, including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of NDCs (para. 12(b) of the decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how consistency has been maintained in scope and coverage, definitions, data sources, metrics, assumptions and methodological approaches including on baselines, between the communication FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/10/Add.2 GE.22-03278 13 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR and implementation of NDCs (para. 2(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) and explain methodological inconsistencies with the Party’s most recent national inventory report, if applicable (para. 76(c) of the MPGs) For Parties that apply technical changes to update reference points, reference levels or projections, the changes should reflect either of the following (para. 2(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Technical changes related to technical corrections to the Party’s inventory (para. 2(d)(i) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Technical changes related to improvements in accuracy that maintain methodological consistency (para. 2(d)(ii) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how any methodological changes and technical updates made during the implementation of their NDC were transparently reported (para. 2(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals in the NDC and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continuing to include it (para. 3 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals corresponding to their NDC were accounted for (para. 3(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how Party is striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals in its NDC, and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continue to include it (para. 3(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide an explanation of why any categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals are excluded (para. 4 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Each Party that participates in cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4, or authorizes the use of mitigation outcomes for international mitigation purposes other than achievement of its NDC Provide information on any methodologies associated with any cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(f) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach promotes sustainable development, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/10/Add.2 14 GE.22-03278 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures environmental integrity consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures transparency, including in governance, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach applies robust accounting to ensure, inter alia, the avoidance of double counting, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Any other information consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on reporting under Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iii) of the MPGs) Notes: (1) Pursuant to para. 79 of the MPGs, each Party shall report the information referred to in paras. 65–78 of the MPGs in a narrative and common tabular format, as applicable. (2) A Party may amend the reporting format (e.g.
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DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT
Estas zonas se suelen caracterizar por las dificultades del terreno y están desconectadas de la red eléctrica local. La banda blanca está configurada para funcionar con paneles solares. (...) Otras aplicaciones son la protección de las fronteras y la vigilancia de infraestructuras críticas como las centrales eléctricas. Pueden facilitar toda una serie de aplicaciones de "ciudades inteligentes" y generar empleo directo e indirecto. (...) Del mismo modo, se están observando nuevos modelos digitales que empoderan mucho más a los ciudadanos.
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PUBLIC-PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS TO PROMOTE SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISE PARTICIPATION IN GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
El hecho de que, independientemente de la coalición de actores que inicie las APP, ciertos modelos replicables se estén convirtiendo en mejores prácticas para sectores específicos constituye una señal alentadora acerca del grado de evolución de este tipo de herramienta de desarrollo. (...) En gran parte, el atractivo del modelo se debe a una dinámica en que todas las partes salen beneficiadas, pues da respuesta a la mayor parte de los desafíos con los que se enfrentan los pequeños agricultores y, al mismo tiempo, reduce las dificultades que experimenta la empresa agroalimentaria. (...) Las oportunidades para ampliar el papel de los modelos de APP en el desarrollo de infraestructuras para los sectores agrícolas y de materias primas son numerosas (UNCTAD, 2008).
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JOINT ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND THE CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY CENTRE AND NETWORK FOR 2019
GE.19-17515 (S) 011119 071119  Órgano Subsidiario de Asesoramiento Científico y Tecnológico 51er período de sesiones Santiago de Chile, 2 a 9 de
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GE.11-64497 (S)
This step shall involve the compilation of (a) numerical three-dimensional static earth model(s) of the geological storage site. The uncertainty associated with key parameters used to build the model shall be assessed. The model shall be used to determine, inter alia: (i) The structure of the geological trap(s); (ii) All relevant geological properties of the injection formation(s); (iii) The cap rock formation(s) and overburden; (iv) The fracture system; (v) The areal and vertical extent of the geological storage site (e.g. the injection formation, the cap rock formation, overburden, secondary containment zones and surrounding domains); (vi) The storage capacity in the injection formation(s); (vii) The fluid distribution; FCCC/SBSTA/2011/4 GE.11-64497 17 (viii) Other relevant characteristics; (c) Step 3: characterization of dynamic behaviour, sensitivity characterization and risk assessment. (...) This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ minerals in the numerical model) and short- and long-term simulations.
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REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON INTEGRATED SYSTEMS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF RIVER BASINS IN THE ANDEAN REGION OF LATIN AMERICA
All of these modalities, with the excepticn of a few corporations in Colombia, nave not been continuously followed and have been operational for different periods; the roethods of their operation should therefore be carefully reviewed. 17. other methods used to promote integral developraent have been: a) the formulation of "integral developraent plans" for highland áreas, elaborated by various national or regional planning offices, in theory with the aim of proraoting co-ordination among the different sectors working in the same área in a highland región; and b) the iirpleraentation of certain integral pilot prograinraes or projects for the developraent of highlands, which, also in theory, serve as models or prototypes for larger-scale activity. The latter two methods have only fulfilled their objectives in so far as they have been linked to an already established management mechanism. (...) Ihe "co-ordinating group" should, at least in the initial stages, be supported by a technical team provided by the regional authority and should help to reinforce the local systems of community or municipal participatian. since this proposal is theoretical, it could only be concluded that it would be important to compare it with acticns that have already been taken by those governments which nave applied similar models. 22. In terms of the specific áreas in which such actions should be tmdertaken and in view of the tremendous diversity in the terminology used, it was decided to standardiza the following terms in the drafting of these conclusions: a) "operative management unit" is the área defined by the administrative jurisdiction: commune, property, municipality, etc.; b) "physical management unit" is the área defined by natural elements: a basin, an ecosystem, etc. (...) b) The analysis of conditions in the highlands must be undertaken at the level of basic oca^ordination units, using evaluation techniques that are suited to the circumstances of each área, Excessive reliance an estimates and the use of iuported models are of little valué in seeking specific solutions whichj in the final analysis, are the ones that yield resulte.
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Cambia el tipo de energía de tu casa Pregunta a tu compañía eléctrica si la energía de tu hogar procede del petróleo, carbón o gas. (...) Cambia a un vehículo eléctrico Si piensas comprar un coche, considera la posibilidad de adquirir un modelo eléctrico, ya que cada vez se comercializan más modelos a un menor precio. Aunque funcionen con electricidad producida a partir de combustibles fósiles, los coches eléctricos contribuyen a reducir la contaminación atmosférica y causan menos emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero que los vehículos de gas o diésel.  
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ELECTION TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE LEGAL AND TECHNICAL COMMISSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBSECTION C, ARTICLE 163, PARAGRAPH 7, OF PART 11 OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Tasks: Marine-geological research on seabed mineral resources (heavy minerals, manganese nodule deposits), and sedimentology. 8 Jan. 1974, Appointment as "Regierungsgeologe" (Governmental Geologist), tasks remained the same. 1 July 1975, Appointment as "Geologie-Oberrat" (Senior Assistant Geologist), in addition to tasks mentioned above, appointment as Coordinator of Priority Programme "Deep Sea Drilling Project" of Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, a task which remained until today. 1 August 1984, Appointment as Head of Subdivision "Allgemeine Geologie" (General Geology) supervising organizational units "General Geology", "Paleontology, Biostratigraphy, Collections", "Marine Geology", "Remote Sensing". 1 March 1985, Appointment as "Geologiedirektor". 22 Dec. 1986, Appointment as "Direktor and Professor". 1 April 1989, Appointment as Head of Section "Geologische Grundlagen, Meeresgeologie" (Basic Geology, Marine Geology) supervising organizational units "Marine Geology, Marine Geochemistry", "Structural Geology", "Stratigraphy, Paläontology", "Geodynamic Models, Geothermics". 22 Oct. 1996–31 Oct. 1997, Temporary Head of organizational unit "Stratigraphy, Paleontology", in addition to previous task. 1 Nov. 1997, Appointment as Head of Section "Meeres- und Polarforschung, Tiefsee-Exploration" (Marine and Polar Research, Deep Sea Exploration) supervising organizational units "Marine Geology, Deep Sea Mining", "Polar Geology", Paleontology, Collections", "Structural Geology", "Hydrocarbons, Energy Resources".
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MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS, VIENNA, 1 AND 2 NOVEMBER 2006 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
La labor del Equipo de Acción sobre sistemas mundiales de navegación por satélite constituye un modelo de la forma en que las Naciones Unidas pueden aplicar medidas de seguimiento de las conferencias mundiales y obtener resultados tangibles en un marco temporal fijo. 6. (...) Specifically, the following actions will be taken by a working group co-led by India and the European Space Agency: Action B1: Develop a reference document on models and algorithms for ionospheric and tropospheric corrections. (...) The Committee could also support the establishment of national and/or regional planning groups for GNSS that would address regulations associated with the use of GNSS services and suggest organizational models to use at the national level for co- coordinating and governing GNSS use. 14 A/AC.105/879 Anexo III ICG/REP/1/NOV2006 List of States Members of the United Nations and intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations participating in the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems 1.
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