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Preliminary results: Indicator Use in South Africa. INDICATOR GROUP # OF INDICATORS PROPOSED BY CSD # OF INDICATORS USED IN SOUTH AFRICA # OF ALTERNATIVES SUGGESTED SOCIAL 41 34 19 ECONOMIC 23 15 11 ENVIRONMENTAL 55 19 9 INSTITUTIONAL 15 6 9 TOTAL 134 74 48 4. (...) The interlinkages between indicators are sometimes weakly defined. The CSD list of indicators does however present a list of indicators from which countries may select appropriate indicators and the list can therefore be used by countries as a good starting point to develop own indicator initiatives. (...) Some institutions commented on indicators even if they do not use the specific indicators.
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Score: 476869.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...ind_natiacti_southafrica.shtml
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E-learning | Sustainable Development Goals | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Sustainable Development Goals Overview News Events Goals Partnerships in action Tracking progress Indicators E-bulletin E-learning Videos Photo galleries Articles SDG reports E-learning courses on SDG indicators under FAO custodianship As the custodian organization for 21 SDG indicators and a contributing agency to another five indicators, FAO plays a critical role in the  2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development . (...) It highlights the role of UN agencies in supporting data collection and analysis, and it presents the SDG indicators under FAO custodianship . Enroll Learn more SDG Indicator 2.1.1 - Prevalence of Undernourishment (PoU) This course focuses on SDG Indicator 2.1.1 , which is one of two indicators that focus on food insecurity. (...) Enroll  (also available in French and Spanish ) Learn more SDG Indicator 2.c.1 - Food price anomalies This course is a clear and easy-to-use guide to understand Indicator 2.c.1 (Indicator of food price anomalies) and the methodology to estimate it.
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Score: 476866 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...als/news/e-learningcourses/en/
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PowerPoint Presentation Review of the Guidelines for the Application of Environmental Indicators Michael Nagy UNECE Statistical Division  Joint Task Force agreed with using the United Nations Framework for Development of Environment Statistics (FDES) as the overall framework and structure  Importance of harmonizing the indicators with the EEA/EIONET indicator system  Follow up in two parallel ways:  Update of metadata of indicators for which comments have been received  Review of the list of indicators Work is based on decisions taken at the 17th session of the Joint Task Force 2 Some benefits of using the structure of the FDES for the list of recommended UNECE Environmental Indicators: 1. (...) This is a tier I indicator in the CES Set of Core Climate Change-related Indicators • D-8.1: Landscape fragmentation pressure and trends. This is an indicator of the EEA indicator framework 2. Some proposals for modifying existing indicators • Example: • B-1.1 Average annual deviations from average temperature.
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Score: 476806.15 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...icator_guidelines_Nagy_rec.pdf
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Human Development Indices and Indicators: 2018 statistical update Human Development Dashboards 1-5 Frequently Asked Questions What is a dashboard? Why the Human Indices and Indicators: A Statistical Update 2018 adds the dashboards? (...) Why the Human Indices and Indicators: A Statistical Update 2018 adds the dashboards?
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Score: 476751.4 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...on/tr/FAQs--Dashboards-1-5.pdf
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THE MILAN URBAN FOOD POLICY PACT MONITORING FRAMEWORK A practical handbook for implementation RESOURCE 3 Final selected indicators for the pilot cities 1 RESOURCE 3 Final selected indicators for the pilot cities Quito MUFPP indicators MUFPP workstream categories Indicators selected Customization of indicator? Food governance Indicator 2: Presence of an active food policy and multi-stakeholder planning structure (e.g. food policy councils, food associations, food coalitions) None Sustainable diets and nutrition Indicator 14: Number of city-led or supported activities to promote sustainable diets Number of initiatives led by the actors of the city’s food system to promote sustainable diets Food waste Indicator 42: Annual number of events and campaigns aimed at reducing food loss and waste Annual number of actions aimed at reducing food loss and waste Indicator 44: Total annual volume of surplus food recovered and redistributed for direct human consumption None 2RESOURCE 3: FINAL SELECTED INDICATORS FOR THE PILOT CITIES Nairobi MUFPP indicators MUFPP workstream categories Indicators selected Customization of indicator? Food governance Indicator 3: Presence of a municipal urban food policy or strategy and/or action plans None Sustainable diets and nutrition Indicator 11: Number of adults with Type 2 diabetes The indicator monitored total number of cases and prevalence of all types of diabetes below and above 5 years of age Indicator 12: Prevalence of stunting for children under 5 years None Social and economic equity Indicator 20: Percentage of children and youth (under 18 years) benefitting from school feeding programmes Disaggregated into schools under city county and national government responsibility Indicator 23: Presence of food-related policies and targets with a specific focus on socially vulnerable groups None Food production Indicator 26: Presence of municipal policies and regulations that allow and promote agriculture production and processing in the municipal area None Indicator 30: Number of urban and peri-urban food producers that benefitted from technical training and assistance in the past 12 months None Food supply and distribution Indicator 36: Number of fresh fruit and vegetable outlets per 1000 inhabitants (markets and shops) supported by the municipality Indicator was amended to refer only to 2 specific administrative units, called Wards, owing to inadequate resources to carry out census in the whole city Indicator 37: Annual municipal investment in food markets or retail outlets providing fresh food to city residents, as a proportion of total (investment) budget Report was extended to cover several years for comparison purposes; the focus was on markets and retail outlets providing food; did not specify fresh food Indicator 39: Presence of food safety legislation and implementation and enforcement procedures None Food waste [A suggestion to rename this workstream as “Waste, environment and the circular economy” ] Indicator 33: Annual proportion of urban organic waste collected that is re-used in agricultural production within or outside municipal boundaries Indicator moved from Food production to Food waste workstream and slightly customized to include “or outside” municipal boundaries Indicator 43: Presence of policies or regulations that address food waste prevention, recovery and redistribution None 3RESOURCE 3: FINAL SELECTED INDICATORS FOR THE PILOT CITIES Antananarivo MUFPP indicators Antananarivo used the original wording of the indicators for their final report but also made use of some customization to further clarify focus and support data gathering.
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Score: 476723.05 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4181en/resource3.pdf
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INTRODUCTION Indicators can provide crucial guidance for decision-making in a variety of ways. (...) This organizational framework was an important starting point for the identification and selection of indicators, and was used to present a preliminary list of sustainable development indicators in the United Nations publication “Indicators of Sustainable Development: Framework and Methodologies” published in August 1996. (...) The main outputs were a proposed set of indicators of sustainable development and a report entitled “Proposed Indicators of Sustainable Development for Bolivia” published in December 2002.
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Score: 476636.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...indicators/scopepaper_2004.pdf
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It was emphasized that the present list of indicators be complemented with sectoral indicators such as the FAO agricultural indicators and Habitat indicators on housing and urban development. (...) A first set of 60 indicators for 10 policy fields will be published at the end of 1998 and these indicators will later be aggregated to indices by means of the expert panels. (...) The models make use of existing indicators and may suggest the need for new indicators.
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Score: 476590.23 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_ind/ind_egm1097.shtml
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Scientific Community Not directly involved in the testing Several researches aiming at developing new indicators: general indicators of sustainable development, sectoral indicators, urban indicators, institutional indicators. 2.2.2.What were the criteria and/or mechanism, if any, for the selection of major group and stakeholders involved? (...) The debate on the indicators was here very helpful to develop the reflection on the possibilities to use such indicators. (...) It is proposed that this indicator becomes, for a country like Belgium, a "waste indicator".
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Score: 476566.94 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...ind/ind_natiacti_belgium.shtml
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Protection under this Act shall be available: Protection (a) regardless of whether a geographical indication has been registered provided, however, that registration of a geographical indication under Part III of this Act shall, in any proceedings under this Act, raise a presumption that such indication is a geographical indication; and (b) against a geographical indication which, although literally true as to the territory, region or locality in which the goods originate, falsely represents to the public that the goods originate in another territory. (...) In the case of homonymous geographical indications Geographical Indications for wines, protection shall be accorded to each and for Wines in cases of permitted concurrent use of such indications, the Registrar shall determine the practical conditions under which the homonymous indications in question will be differentiated from each other, taking into account the need to ensure equitable treatment of the producers concerned and that consumers are not misled. (...) The following shall not be protected as geographical Protection indications: (a) indications which do not correspond to the definition of "geographical indication"; (b) indications which are contrary to public order or morality; (c) geographical indications which are not or cease to be protected in their country of origin, or which have fallen into disuse in that country.
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Score: 476559.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON4A3_LEG_2.pdf
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Protection under this Act shall be available: Protection (a) regardless of whether a geographical indication has been registered provided, however, that registration of a geographical indication under Part III of this Act shall, in any proceedings under this Act, raise a presumption that such indication is a geographical indication; and (b) against a geographical indication which, although literally true as to the territory, region or locality in which the goods originate, falsely represents to the public that the goods originate in another territory. (...) In the case of homonymous geographical indications Geographical Indications for wines, protection shall be accorded to each and for Wines in cases of permitted concurrent use of such indications, the Registrar shall determine the practical conditions under which the homonymous indications in question will be differentiated from each other, taking into account the need to ensure equitable treatment of the producers concerned and that consumers are not misled. (...) The following shall not be protected as geographical Protection indications: (a) indications which do not correspond to the definition of "geographical indication"; (b) indications which are contrary to public order or morality; (c) geographical indications which are not or cease to be protected in their country of origin, or which have fallen into disuse in that country.
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Score: 476559.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON5A1_LEG_3.pdf
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