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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/pt/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/sw/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/zh/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/ar/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/hi/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/ru/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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In the image below, young divers in Manly Cove, Sydney, Australia take part in a local ocean cleanup to promote Project AWARE’s 'Dive Against Debris’ program.​ The program empowers scuba divers to remove marine debris from their local beaches and oceans and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. (...) He has published in various specialized underwater photography publications and pursues professional photography alongside a passion for scuba diving.​ Marc Casanovas is a Spanish diver and award-winning underwater photographer.
Language:English
Score: 1229414.2 - https://www.un.org/en/exhibits...e/our-beautiful-ocean%E2%80%8B
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MAIN PROVISIONS The only allowed gear to harvest red coral is hammer used by a scuba diver Red coral harvesting from 0 to 50 m depth is forbidden to allow the recovery of shallow populations It is prohibited to harvest red  coral colonies  whose  diameter  is  less  than  7 millimetres, measured within one centimetre from the base of the colony Data on annual catch, fishing effort, average diameter of colonies, percentage of undersized colonies, depth of harvesting, must be recorded by bank and submitted to the Secretariat System of daily and/or annual catch limitation should be established Effort is to be maintained at the levels authorized and applied in recent years for the exploitation of red coral When undersized specimens of red coral (i.e. colonies whose basal diameter is lower than 7 mm) exceeds 25 percent of the total catch harvested from a given red coral bank for a given year, the area concerned is to be closed temporarily to coral fishing activity Eliminate IUU fishing of red coral through potential traceability mechanisms to trace red coral from the time it is landed and sold as a raw material to the manufactures until when it reaches the retailer as a finished product.
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Score: 1210809.9 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/managementplan-redcoral/en/
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MAIN PROVISIONS The only allowed gear to harvest red coral is hammer used by a scuba diver Red coral harvesting from 0 to 50 m depth is forbidden to allow the recovery of shallow populations It is prohibited to harvest red  coral colonies  whose  diameter  is  less  than  7 millimetres, measured within one centimetre from the base of the colony Data on annual catch, fishing effort, average diameter of colonies, percentage of undersized colonies, depth of harvesting, must be recorded by bank and submitted to the Secretariat System of daily and/or annual catch limitation should be established Effort is to be maintained at the levels authorized and applied in recent years for the exploitation of red coral When undersized specimens of red coral (i.e. colonies whose basal diameter is lower than 7 mm) exceeds 25 percent of the total catch harvested from a given red coral bank for a given year, the area concerned is to be closed temporarily to coral fishing activity Eliminate IUU fishing of red coral through potential traceability mechanisms to trace red coral from the time it is landed and sold as a raw material to the manufactures until when it reaches the retailer as a finished product.
Language:English
Score: 1210809.9 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/managementplan-redcoral
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DHMOSH - PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT PLACEMENT DE LITS DANS LES LOGEMENTS COLLECTIFS 24 APRIL 2020 1 PANDÉMIE DE COVID-19 : PLACEMENT DES LITS DANS LES LOGEMENTS COLLECTIFS DANS LES LIEUX D’AFFECTATION DE L’ONU 24 avril 2020 Contexte La distanciation physique implique que les personnes qui se trouve souvent dans des lieux où ils/elles sont habituellement en contact avec les autres doivent garder une plus grande distance entre eux. (...) Recommandations concernant le placement des lits dans les logements collectifs PREMIERE option : option préférée Pour les lits uniques placé côte à côte : - Les lits doive être au moins 2 mètres les uns des autres ET les individuels sont couchés dans une orientation de tête-bêche Pour les lits uinques mis bout à bout (en enfilade) : - Les pieds des lits sont séparés d’une distance d’au moins 2 mètres ET les individuels sont couchés pieds contre pieds DEUXIEME option : si l’on utilise des lits superposés en l’absence de lits uniques Pour les lits superposés mis côte à côte ou bout à bout : - Les lits sont séparés d’au moins 2 mètres - Les patients sont couchés tête-bêche sur chaque lit et par rapport aux personnes occupant les lits superposés adjacents de manière à réduire le plus possible le risque de transmission TROISIEME option : d’importantes contraintes opérationnelles empêchent la séparation d’au moins 2 mètres entre les lits : Pour les lits uniques : - Séparer les lits d’au moins 1 mètre DHMOSH - PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT PLACEMENT DE LITS DANS LES LOGEMENTS COLLECTIFS APRIL 2020 2 - Considérer un obstacle entre les lits (par exemple, tirer un fil entre les deux murs et suspendre des draps ou une couverture, utiliser des commodes ou des boîtes en carton en guise de séparation) - Veiller à ce que les patients soient couchés tête-bêche Pour les lits superposés : - Séparer les lits d’au moins 1 mètre - Considérer un obstacle entre les lits (par exemple, tirer un fil entre les deux murs et suspendre des draps ou une couverture, utiliser des commodes ou des boîtes en carton en guise de séparation) - Veiller à ce que les patients soient couchés tête-bêche sur chaque lit superposé et par rapport aux personnes occupant les lits superposés adjacents. Pour les chambres à plus de 10 lits : - Placer des obstacles entre les lits pour les séparer le plus possible Personnes présentant des symptômes & orientations supplémentaires Veuillez noter que toute personne affichant des symptômes de la COVID-19 (fièvre, toux, essoufflement, etc.) doit immédiatement porter un masque médical, être placée en isolement et empêchée d’être en contact avec d’autres personnes sans symptômes.
Language:English
Score: 1194771.8 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...tations_french_19_may_2020.pdf
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