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IMPACT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RESPONSE MEASURES : FORUM AND WORK PROGRAMME : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIRS
Modelling could be applied to assess consequences of response measures of developed country Parties, inter alia, on trade, investment, income, employment, economic growth rates of developing country Parties; - Development of specific reporting guidelines for Annex I Parties on how those Parties are implementing policies and measures in such a way as to minimize adverse effects on developing country Parties; - Provision of specific support by developed country Parties to developing country Parties in terms of transfer of technology, financial resources and capacity building, in order for the latter to be able to deal with the adverse economic and social effects of response measures; Proposal by the United States of America The Conference of the Parties, Recalling decisions 1/CP.13, 1/CP.16, 2/CP.17, and 8/CP.17, Acknowledging Parties’ repeated calls for a continued and structured exchange of information on both the positive and negative consequences of response measures and on ways to maximize the positive and minimize the negative consequences for Parties, Welcoming the informative presentations provided in the forum by outside experts, intergovernmental organizations, and civil society, Recognizing the need to devote a greater proportion of future discussions on this issue on expert input, including expert provision of concrete examples, case studies, and innovative practices, which would be of greatest significance to Parties’ efforts to maximize the positive and minimize the negative impacts of the implementation of response measures, Noting the lack of private sector participation in the forum to date, Encouraging future discussions on the positive and negative impacts of the implementation of response measures to include presentations and information from experts from the private sector, particularly fields related to low carbon development, Noting the valuable contribution of the forum in sharing information and expertise, including in the areas of economic diversification, assessment, health, labor markets, technological transition, low emissions development, poverty eradication, and energy security, Noting that there have been areas of convergence and divergence in forum discussions about the positive and negative impacts of the implementation of response measures, Further noting that future work will need to focus on areas of convergence in order to maximize the benefit of the forum to all Parties, 1. (...) Acknowledges that consolidating discussions related to the positive and negative impacts of response measures in a single session, once a year, will provide an opportunity to focus the attention of Parties, stakeholders, and experts on the areas of the work programme, thereby strengthening the capacity of countries to maximize the positive and minimize the negative impacts of the implementation of response measures to climate change; 9.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1222331.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SB/2013/L.4&Lang=F
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SOMALIA | COMMISSION DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español COMMISSION DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX Search form Search Toggle navigation Accueil Commission Mandat Membres Règlement intérieur et méthodes de travail Participation de la société civile Stratégie sur la parité des sexes [EN - PDF] Programme de travail Sessions annuelles Documents [EN] Fonds À propos du Fonds Plan stratégique pour la période 2017-2019 Initiative pour la promotion des jeunes et de l’égalité des sexes Groupe Consultatif Documents Rapports relatifs au Fonds des Nations Unies pour la consolidation de la paix Questions d'orientation générale et partenariats Bureau d'appui À propos du Bureau d'appui à la consolidation de la paix Sous-Secrétaire général Accueil ONU SOMALIA SOMALIA 2018 Mid-term Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Strengthening women's role and participation in peacebuilding - English Service Delivery, Risk Management and Priority Plan (Three Projects) English 2017 Evaluation of rehabilitation project in Baidoa prison               Portfolio Evaluations  .   
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1191738.9 - https://www.un.org/peacebuilding/fr/content/somalia-0
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v=-BXQntQBgA0 This video presents and explains 6 of the best technologies in the world used to: stabilize slopes, prevent/minimize soil erosion, maximize water capture, protect crops, etc. These technologies have a common goal: keeping soil in place and capturing rain water.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1181919.3 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ols/tools-details/fr/c/418909/
Source de données: un
The four sections of the paper focus on the development outcomes sought; why financing is important, including financing needs, the financing landscape, and constraints; actions to maximize finance for development; and implementation.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1181919.3 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl.../library/details/fr/c/1264999/
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CONSIDERATION OF INFORMATION ON POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES, INCLUDING SPILLOVER EFFECTS, OF TOOLS, POLICIES, MEASURES AND METHODOLOGIES AVAILABLE TO ANNEX 1 PARTIES : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
First sentence Option 1: The AWG-KP underlined the need for Annex I Parties to design policies and measures carefully, in order to minimize the negative potential consequences of mitigation actions as well as to [maximize][consider] positive potential consequences, taking into account possible interactions between different policies and measures. (...) Option 3: The AWG-KP underlined that Annex I Parties should [strive to] design policies and measures carefully, in order to [strive to] minimize negative potential consequences of mitigation actions as well as to maximize positive potential consequences, taking into account possible interactions between different policies and measures. (...) The AWG-KP also emphasized that these policies and measures should also maximize positive potential consequences. Option 5: The AWG-KP underlined that there are both positive and negative consequences, and that Annex I Parties should strive to minimize negative consequences of design of policies and measures.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1175811.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/KP/AWG/2009/L.4&Lang=F
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CONSI?DERATION OF INFORMATION ON POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES, INCLUDING SPILLOVER EFFECTS, OF TOOLS, POLICIES, MEASURES AND METHODOLOGIES AVAILABLE TO ANNEX I PARTIES : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
The AWG-KP also emphasized that these policies and measures may also serve to maximize positive potential consequences. [The AWG-KP underlined the need to take into account possible interactions between different policies and measures.] 11. Option 1: [The AWG-KP emphasized that non-Annex I Parties should strive to strengthen their institutional capacity and regulatory framework in order to minimize the negative potential consequences and maximize potential consequences of mitigation actions by Parties.] Option 2: [The AWG-KP emphasized that Annex I Parties should support non-Annex I Parties in striving to strengthen their institutional capacity and regulatory framework in order to minimize the negative potential consequences and maximize potential consequences of mitigation actions by Parties.] 12.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1175811.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=FCCC/KP/AWG/2009/L.12&Lang=F
Source de données: ods
Agriculture saline | WASAG – Le Cadre mondial contre la pénurie d’eau dans l’agriculture | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español WASAG – Le Cadre mondial contre la pénurie d’eau dans l’agriculture Vue d'ensemble Groupes de travail Partenaires Initiatives en cours Ressources Actualités Évènements Eau et migration Préparation à la sécheresse Mécanismes financiers Eau et nutrition Utilisation durable de l'eau en agriculture Agriculture saline About the Team Publications Events Saline agriculture This working group focuses on identifying practicable solutions that maximize opportunities offered by biosaline agriculture in the context of climate change towards developing more climate-resilient, sustainable and innovative farming systems tailormade for the salt-affected areas.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1144208.2 - https://www.fao.org/wasag/grou...travail/saline-agriculture/fr/
Source de données: un
Managing SPS Information to Maximize Stakeholder Involvement Matching Supply of SPS Technical Assistance to Needs Strategies for Handling Notifications at National Level Technical Assistance Related to Fisheries Sector Estrategia para Promover Applicacion de MSF Buenas Prácticas Regulatorias y Transparencia Using Existing Tools    Rapports des rapporteurs Group 2: Identifying needs and interacting with domestic stakeholders Groupe 1: Mécanismes de coordination SPS au niveau national Grupo 3: Estrategias de Coordinación en Ginebra y las Organizaciones Internacionales Vous pouvez aussi choisir de télécharger les présentations Powerpoint originales en format Zip.         
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1051910 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra...march06_f/wkshop_march06_f.htm
Source de données: un
REPORT OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON FURTHER COMMITMENTS FOR ANNEX I PARTIES UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL ON ITS 8TH SESSION, HELD IN BONN FROM 1 TO 12 JUNE 2009
The AWG-KP also emphasized that these policies and measures may also serve to maximize positive potential consequences. [The AWG-KP underlined the need to take into account possible interactions between different policies and measures.] 11. Option 1: [The AWG-KP emphasized that non-Annex I Parties should strive to strengthen their institutional capacity and regulatory framework in order to minimize the negative potential consequences and maximize potential consequences of mitigation actions by Parties.] Option 2: [The AWG-KP emphasized that Annex I Parties should support non-Annex I Parties in striving to strengthen their institutional capacity and regulatory framework in order to minimize the negative potential consequences and maximize potential consequences of mitigation actions by Parties.] 12.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1013606.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/KP/AWG/2009/9&Lang=F
Source de données: ods