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) … Constraint of the site Tropical zone: 8o46’N & 106o36’E Located in an island Main façade must face the sea Difficulty of transporting materials Difficulties of local construction material Located in strict ecological protection area Main concepts Low-rise, no concrete color Encourrage people to enjoy natural ambience of the sea as much as possible Minimize cooling space Well thermal insulation Heat recovery CASE STUDY: Advantages Policy of investor: Environment friendly The beach faces to South-East Main façade, small areas face to the sea (South-East) Auxiliary utilities, non-air conditioned, faces to South West (of villas) Shaded by mountains (in the South-West to North West) 8 Shaded by mountains (in the South-West to North West) Solutions: Envelop Insulation South-Est Façade: Good shading by extended roof Visitors can enjoy the sunshine Protect from high solar radiation Light construction material, low thermal inertia Wall Ground floor: shaded by trees 9 Ground floor: shaded by trees First floor: Better insulated walls Roof Receive solar radiation during day time Good insulation 6% reduction in energy consumption as compared with the normal design (metal roof having well insulated; light precast concrete) CASE STUDY: Solutions - Minimize cooling space Air conditioned areas: only bed room and dining room All auxiliary areas are not air conditioned Living room benefit from natural ventilation from the sea: a “speciality” of 10 ventilation from the sea: a “speciality” of the beach Energy consumption reduction due to the lowering of space cooling (whole resort): 35 thousand kWh/year (Equivalent to more than 11,5 thousand liter of D.O/year) Only 57% of indoor areas are air conditioned Solutions – Heat recovery Heat recovery fron Diesel power generation unit for hot water supply. Supply capacity: 35 m3/day Demand: 14m3/day 11 27 to 84 thousand liter of D.O per year (Depending on room occupany) (Fuel for D.O. transtporting from the grand continent to the island is not included) THE RESORT IS BEING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 12
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Score: 1288905 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...c07/presentations/S23_viet.pdf
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Main objectives are:  To reflect on what it means to be literate in increasingly digitally-mediated societies;  To explore effective policies and programmes for literacy skills development in a digital world; and  To explore how digital technologies can support progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal 4, especially Target 4.6 on youth and adult literacy. (...) For instance, mobile subscriptions, which had been a few tens of thousands in 1980, were about 7 billion in 20151. In Africa, mobile subscriptions increased from almost zero in 2000 to around 900 million today2. (...)  What are the implications of digital technologies for enriching literate environments?  How can data analytics advance the monitoring of literacy skills acquisition?
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Score: 1217776.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...s/ild-2017-concept-note-en.pdf
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As many as 150 community filters with a capacity of 25 liters, and 2 000 family filters with 6 liter capacity, are being provided to health facilities and households in Teknaf and Ukhia sub districts, and the Sadar Hospital in Cox’s Bazar. (...) WHO Bangladesh/ C. Bercaru Thousands of people are now getting safe drinking water which is critical for reducing water borne diseases, one of the leading causes of illness among Rohingya refugees.
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Score: 1209265.5 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...ater-quality-in-rohingya-camps
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Her dreams of becoming literate came true when she got her father’s permission to attend WFP-supported vocational skills training and literacy classes in her village. (...) In addition to this project, WFP supports two similar projects in two other districts of Kabul, in Chahar Asyab and in Dehsabz, where more than one thousand women and young girls are learning beading skills and how to be literate. (...) Via World Food Programme Melanie Prudhomme 2018-04-22T12:11:44-04:00 09 Mar 2015 | Goal 2: Zero Hunger , Goal 4: Quality Education , Goal 5: Gender equality | The 17 Goals Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More Read More SDG RESOURCES ACROSS THE UN Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform United Nations Sustainable Development Group United to Reform United Nations homepage SDG Media Zone UN News Women building a sustainable future: green business begins to sprout in Ukraine World must ‘change track’ to protect oceans from climate crisis: Guterres Teaching key to better ocean protection, says UNESCO chief Madagascar: Cyclone Batsirai leaves at least 10 dead, thousands displaced Follow Us
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Score: 1193629.6 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...t-an-education-in-afghanistan/
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Senegal | Reducing Enteric Methane for improving food security and livelihoods | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org english Русский Reducing Enteric Methane for improving food security and livelihoods Background The Project Win-win opportunities Participating Countries Partners Resources East Africa West Africa Benin Burkina Faso Mali Niger Senegal South America South Asia Senegal In Senegal, 711 thousand of milking cows produced 109 thousand liters of milk in 2013.
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Score: 1184912.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ntries/west-africa/senegal/ru/
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Senegal | Reducing Enteric Methane for improving food security and livelihoods | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Reducing Enteric Methane for improving food security and livelihoods Background The Project Win-win opportunities Participating Countries Partners Resources East Africa West Africa Benin Burkina Faso Mali Niger Senegal South America South Asia Senegal In Senegal, 711 thousand of milking cows produced 109 thousand liters of milk in 2013.
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Score: 1184912.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ntries/west-africa/senegal/en/
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Unwanted, exploited and abused: tens of thousands of children in Al-Hol camp and several parts of Syria in limbo amid dire humanitarian needs Skip to main content Middle East and North Africa Toggle navigation English العربية Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Middle East and North Africa EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Our regional director Where we work Work for UNICEF Children of Syria Voices of Youth Arabic No Lost Generation EUTF - Syria Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Regional stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Children in Al-Hol camp now require care and protection, and also rely on urgent life-saving assistance, especially as summer temperatures soar. “Thousands of boys and girls in Al-Hol have never had a chance to simply be children. (...) On a daily basis, UNICEF and partners are providing nearly 1.7 million liters of safe drinking water and 750,000 liters of water for domestic use.
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Score: 1184658 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/pr...-al-hol-camp-and-several-parts
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People can become more skilled at ‘using-the-future’, more ‘futures literate’, because of two facts. One is that the future does not yet exist, it can only be imagined. (...) Thereby becoming more ‘futures literate’. Why is Futures Literacy important? The future is uncertain. (...) These action-learning/action-research initiatives have enabled thousands of people to become familiar with Futures (see Transforming the Future for more details).
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Score: 1179344.1 - https://en.unesco.org/futuresliteracy/about
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“The manufacturing and packaging of our many products requires literally thousands of raw materials. Our goal is a significant annual increase in the use of those that are environmentally preferred.
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Score: 1147675.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...tee/substitution/greenlist/en/
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Today we have before us literally thousands of pages, and this creates unnecessary much work for both the secretariat and the Member states.
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Score: 1137325.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...em134_PPB%202014-15_Norway.pdf
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