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National efforts can achieve certain improvements but sustainable solutions would require a comprehensive, long-term regional strategy. (...) UNECE’s efforts are focused on laying the foundation for the elaboration of long-term solutions to the complex challenges faced by the countries of the Aral Sea Basin. (...) Last but not least, let me mention that UNECE is a leading partner in implementing the National Policy Dialogues under the EU Water Initiative in the countries of Central Asia.
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Score: 783514.75 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ocs/Statement_EuropeanParl.pdf
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Comment 3: Experts agreed that a clarification is needed, and that it would be safe to use solution 1 as proposed. Some thought that there would be some risk of breaking interoperability with proposed solution 2, but stated that further investigation into solution 2 could be done before the November meeting of SG16. (...) After submitting the contribution, while talking with experts off-line, a third possible solution emerged. Q1-F12r1 is a revision of the original contribution which now shows all 3 possible solutions. These solutions were explained to the group and the experts thought that solution 3 could be a possible candidate, but that this would require additional discussion especially involving experts not present at this meeting.
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Score: 783216.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...5-2008/0608_Ottawa/q1f13r1.doc
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Vendor Benefits  Opportunity to present your company’s TRIP related solutions to the delegates in a dedicated slot comprising a 15 minutes presentation, including a question/answer period, if required.  A draped display table to promote your company’s products and services where you can meet directly with the delegates.  Added visibility of your company and brand linking to the ICAO events Social Media pages.  Logo and Web link on the event Website.  Mention of your company/logo on the event social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn).  Your company mentioned in the event newsletter.  Four (4) complimentary delegate or exhibitor passes. Solution Workshops - Solutions-oriented 15-minute presentations, with five-minute question and answer periods if required, to be held prior to the opening of the Symposium. 1. (...) Email Address 2. Sponsorship and Solutions workshop Fees – Hospitality Events For Sponsorship Privileges, please see Appendix A and for Exhibition floor plan and booth spaces, please see Appendix Event No.
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Score: 782411.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...0Seminar%20Antigua_DEC2016.pdf
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Instead we need to approach urbanization as a solution. It also requires a shift in paradigm away from the most commonly applied model of urbanization. 2. (...) As Karen Seto from Yale University mentioned in one of this week’s side events, it is configuration that matters. (...) In that regard many of you also mentioned the transformational role that cities have to play in combating climate change.
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Score: 781714.26 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...os_way_forward-habitat_iii.pdf
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While acknowledging the expressed desire to find a solution for all service providers, one delegation expressed the concern that any scheme may become less workable where a solution dealt with the industry at large. (...) The observer proposed that the short-term solution should consist of urging governments to extend their guarantee until the end of 2002, while a medium-term solution should be put in place through an international understanding or agreement to establish a two-tier insurance mechanism. (...) Finally, it was emphasized that the solution should consist of a scheme simple to implement.
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Score: 780593.75 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...egal/Meetings/sgwi1_report.pdf
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In order to share experience on the process of setting targets, including difficulties encountered and adopted solutions, a Workshop on setting targets and reporting under the Protocol will be organized in Geneva on 10-11 February 2009 (back-to-back with the second meeting of the Task Force on Indicators and Reporting on 12 February 2009). (...) At the First Meeting of the AHPFM in Geneva on 25 June 2008 Moldova presented a project proposal on setting national targets and target dates. At the above mentioned workshop Switzerland declared its interest to support this project. (...) Which are the main barriers, if any, in the process of target-setting in your country? What are the solutions found to date? Which additional assistance would help you to overcome them?
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Score: 780152.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ting/templates/Moldova_eng.doc
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Logo and Web link on the event Website. Mention of your company, logo and link on the event social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn). Your company mentioned in the event newsletter. Five (5) complimentary delegate or exhibitor passes.   (...) Logo and Web link on the event Website. Mention of your company, logo and link on the event social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn).
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Score: 780073.93 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...4/Pages/SponsorExhibition.aspx
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Capacity-building seminar on Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales Desarrollo Sostenible Main navigation Inicio Conocimientos sobre los ODS Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible Temas clave Agenda 2030 Desarrollo de la capacidad Publicaciones Informe mundial sobre el desarrollo sostenible Procesos Intergubernamentales Foro político de alto nivel sobre el desarrollo sostenible Conferencias y eventos de alto nivel de la ONU relacionados con el desarrollo sostenible Foro de múltiples partes interesadas sobre ciencia, tecnología e innovación para los ODS Segunda Comisión de la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas Trayectoria de Samoa Foro de asociación del ECOSOC FPAN PEID Pequeños Estados insulares en desarrollo Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS Alianzas Alianzas (tema) Plataforma de Asociación ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 Colaboración Eventos Seminario web Estados miembros Sistema de la ONU Participación de los interesados Noticias Acerca de Capacity-building seminar on Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development Singapore Share Background Background The Capacity-building seminar on "Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development" was organized by DESA/Division for Sustainable Development (DSD), in cooperation with OHLLRS and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, in Singapore from 10 to 12 November 2014 to address SIDS’ Disasters Risk Reduction (DRR) management as these countries are located amongst the world’s most vulnerable regions, facing intense and frequent natural and environmental disasters including severe regular seasonal flash flooding inflicting significant damage on islands' infrastructure. (...) Twenty years after the Earth Summit, the outcome document of the Rio+20 Conference highlighted the fact that not only the sustainable development of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) but even their survival and viability are intimately linked to their capacity to reduce the risks and the vulnerability and to enhance the resilience of their communities, buildings and infrastructure to, natural and anthropogenic disasters, sea-level rise and other impacts of climate change, not to mention their capacity to limit environmental degradation. (...) Member states also recognized that small island developing states continue to grapple with the effects of disasters. It mentioned that the complexity and daunting nature of building resilience of municipalities and local communities in SIDS require a deeper collaboration among different stakeholders.
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Score: 779635.94 - https://sdgs.un.org/es/node/7184
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Capacity-building seminar on Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development Singapore Share Background Background The Capacity-building seminar on "Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development" was organized by DESA/Division for Sustainable Development (DSD), in cooperation with OHLLRS and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, in Singapore from 10 to 12 November 2014 to address SIDS’ Disasters Risk Reduction (DRR) management as these countries are located amongst the world’s most vulnerable regions, facing intense and frequent natural and environmental disasters including severe regular seasonal flash flooding inflicting significant damage on islands' infrastructure. (...) Twenty years after the Earth Summit, the outcome document of the Rio+20 Conference highlighted the fact that not only the sustainable development of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) but even their survival and viability are intimately linked to their capacity to reduce the risks and the vulnerability and to enhance the resilience of their communities, buildings and infrastructure to, natural and anthropogenic disasters, sea-level rise and other impacts of climate change, not to mention their capacity to limit environmental degradation. (...) Member states also recognized that small island developing states continue to grapple with the effects of disasters. It mentioned that the complexity and daunting nature of building resilience of municipalities and local communities in SIDS require a deeper collaboration among different stakeholders.
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Score: 779635.94 - https://sdgs.un.org/fr/node/7184
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Capacity-building seminar on Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content مرحباً بكم في الأمم المتحدة عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español إدارة الشؤون الاقتصادية والاجتماعية التنمية المستدامة Main navigation صفحة الاستقبال المعارف المتصلة بأهداف التنمية المستدامة أهداف التنمية المستدامة المواضيع الرئيسية خطة عام 2030 تنمية القدرات المنشورات تقرير التنمية المستدامة على الصعيد العالمي العمليات الحكومية الدولية المنتدى السياسي الرفيع المستوى المعني بالتنمية المستدامة مؤتمرات الأمم المتحدة والفعاليات رفيعة المستوى المتعلقة بالتنمية المستدامة منتدى أصحاب المصلحة المتعددين حول العلم والتكنولوجيا والابتكار من أجل أهداف التنمية المستدامة اللجنة الثانية للجمعية العامة للأمم المتحدة ومسار ساموا منتدى شراكة المجلس الاقتصادي والاجتماعي المنتدى السياسي الرفيع المستوى المعني بالتنمية المستدامة الدول الجزرية الصغيرة النامية الدول الجزرية الصغيرة النامية Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS الشراكات الشراكات (موضوع) منصة الشراكات ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 المشاركة الأحداث ندوة عبر الإنترنت الدول الأعضاء منظومة الأمم المتحدة إشراك أصحاب المصلحة الأخبار من نحن Capacity-building seminar on Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development Singapore Share Background Background The Capacity-building seminar on "Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development" was organized by DESA/Division for Sustainable Development (DSD), in cooperation with OHLLRS and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, in Singapore from 10 to 12 November 2014 to address SIDS’ Disasters Risk Reduction (DRR) management as these countries are located amongst the world’s most vulnerable regions, facing intense and frequent natural and environmental disasters including severe regular seasonal flash flooding inflicting significant damage on islands' infrastructure. (...) Twenty years after the Earth Summit, the outcome document of the Rio+20 Conference highlighted the fact that not only the sustainable development of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) but even their survival and viability are intimately linked to their capacity to reduce the risks and the vulnerability and to enhance the resilience of their communities, buildings and infrastructure to, natural and anthropogenic disasters, sea-level rise and other impacts of climate change, not to mention their capacity to limit environmental degradation. (...) Member states also recognized that small island developing states continue to grapple with the effects of disasters. It mentioned that the complexity and daunting nature of building resilience of municipalities and local communities in SIDS require a deeper collaboration among different stakeholders.
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Score: 779635.94 - https://sdgs.un.org/ar/node/7184
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