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world Trade reporT 2010 38 II Trade in natural resources The World Trade Report 2010 focuses on trade in natural resources, such as fuels, forestry, mining and fisheries. (...) I - tHe tRADe sItuAtIon In 2009-10 39 Contents A. Introduction 40 B. natural resources: Definitions, trade patterns and globalization 44 c. trade theory and natural resources 72 D. trade policy and natural resources 112 e. natural resources, international cooperation and trade regulation 160 F. conclusions 200 world Trade reporT 2010 40 Natural resources are fundamental for human life. (...) Why a report on trade in natural resources A number of characteristics peculiar to natural resources influence the manner in which they are traded and the nature of rules applied to this trade.
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Score: 387723.63 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ooksp_e/anrep_e/wtr10-2a_e.pdf
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Body, which regulates the activities of the subjects of the natural monopolies The state body of the Republic, duly authorized by the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan (hereinafter referred to as “body in charge of the regulation of the natural monopolies”) shall carry out the regulation and control of the activities of the subjects of natural monopolies. (...) Right of access to information about the activities of the subjects of the natural monopolies In pursuance of the functions, placed upon the body in charge of the regulation of the natural monopolies, its officials shall have the right of unimpeded access to the information about the activities of the subjects of the natural monopolies, which is at the disposal of the local bodies of the executive authority, as well as of the subjects of the natural monopolies. (...) The subjects of the natural monopolies should submit to the body in charge of the regulation of the natural monopolies their current progress reports and the draft capital investment plans in accordance with the procedure and within periods, established by the body in charge of the regulation of the natural monopolies.
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Score: 387702.12 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK14A1_LEG_1.pdf
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UNECE Renewable Energy Uptake: Development of Renewable Energy in Albania 1 of 5 FINAL PARTICIPANT LIST # Name Organisation 1 Ersi Ago Skaitech 2 Aurora Aleksi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 3 Bledar Aliaj AEE 4 Renata Aliko National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 5 Thomas Andre REN21 6 Margalita Arabidze Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development 7 Amila Bajraktari National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 8 Ramiz Balla National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 9 Piechorowski Barnim Uniper Technologies GmbH 10 Erideta Bashi Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 11 Rubin Beci Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 12 Ulrike Bega SymbioticA GmbH 13 Floresha Begaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 14 Nargim Begaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 15 Ilir Bejtja Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy 16 Mirlen Boci National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 17 Adrian Bylyku National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 18 Laura Camarut International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) 19 Enerjeta Cela National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 20 Rezart Cela Devoll Hydropower Sh.A. 21 Ajnet Cerekja National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 22 Mariglena Cmeta Technical and Industrial State Inspectorate 23 Denada Corbaxhi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 24 Klodiana Dalipi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 25 Gentiani Decolli National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 26 Nertil Dhimitri National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 27 Valdrina Disha National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 28 Zajcev Dobra National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 29 Ilda Drizari National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 30 Bianca Duro Austrian Institute of Excellence 31 Oleg Dzioubinski UNECE UNECE Renewable Energy Uptake: Development of Renewable Energy in Albania 2 of 5 32 Sambucini Gianluca UNECE 33 Jonida Gjakova National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 34 Erion Gjoka National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 35 Agetina Gjoklaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 36 Erjon Gjoni National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 37 Rudin Gjoni Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 38 Ols Goxhi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 39 Hubert Grandjean EU Delegation in Albania 40 Laurence Green German Energy Agency (dena) 41 Michael Hackethal German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) 42 Adil Hakorja National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 43 Vibhushree Hamirwasia REN21 44 Adil Hanif European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 45 Amando Hasa National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 46 Mina Hasaj USAID 47 Kreshnik Hashani National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 48 Valentina Hita National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 49 Ermela Hoxha Statkraft 50 Qani Hoxhaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 51 Mirela Hyka National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 52 Henri Hyso UNIDO 53 Petya Icheva International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) 54 Ardian Islami Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy 55 Besim Islami Energy Environmental Consulting Group shpk 56 Fjoralba Jahupi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 57 Julien Jomaux Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy 58 Elvis Jorgji National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 59 Tedi Kacerja Electricity Distribution System Operator (OSHEE) 60 Gjergji Kapllani National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 61 Admir Kasa National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 62 Blerina Kazaferi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 63 Jonid Kazani Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 64 Tsimafei Kazlou AvantGarde Group 65 Nikoloz Kholodov Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development 66 Eldorado Kice National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 67 Erkrist Koci National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 68 Nevton Kodhelaj Uniper Technologies Balkans 69 Marjeta Kodra DIHA 70 Ana Kojakovic UN FAO 71 Mehmet Krasniqi Novamat sh.p.k 72 Meriljan Kurtaj SGS Sa. UNECE Renewable Energy Uptake: Development of Renewable Energy in Albania 3 of 5 73 Artan Leskoviku National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 74 Jetmir Leskoviku Transmission System Operator (OST) 75 Jona Leskoviku Inspektorati Shteteror Teknik dhe Industrial 76 Petraq Lika Electricity Distribution System Operator (OSHEE) 77 Ergys Llakaj The National Agency of Natural Resources 78 Artan Lleshi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 79 Spartak Maci National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 80 Tina Mamoçi Profarma sh.a 81 Bledar Mankollari DIHA 82 Alba Marashi mc monitoring 83 Estela Martinaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 84 Edvin Mbroci National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 85 Mariza Medulaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 86 Gleni Meksi Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 87 Mandeta Minxhozi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 88 Anesti Moçi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 89 Joscha Müller German Energy Agency (dena) 90 Xavier Mulliez Voltalia 91 Antonia Munz German Energy Agency (dena) 92 Sabiela Musabelliu National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 93 Nik Ndoja Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 94 Aleksandra Novikova AvantGarde Group 95 Olta Nuellari National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 96 Gersi Osmani National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 97 Nertila Pashaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 98 Jeshar Peposhi Albanian Power Corporation (KESH - Korporata Elektroenergjitike Shqiptare) 99 Dorina Peristeri European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 100 Ihor Pidhurskyi SAEE 101 Engjellushe Pino Electricity Distribution System Operator (OSHEE) 102 Shqiponja Piro National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 103 Erald Proko 104 Elton B. Radheshi Energy Regulatory Authority (ERE) 105 Mucaj Renilda National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 106 Denis Rexha National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 107 Kostanca Rexhepi National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 108 Jonida Rika Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy 109 Yamina Saheb OpenExp 110 Alma Saraci National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 111 Gjergji Simaku Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy 112 Mynyr Sinanaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 113 lori Slj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 114 Andi Spahiu Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy UNECE Renewable Energy Uptake: Development of Renewable Energy in Albania 4 of 5 115 Teuta Thimjo National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 116 Ekita Toska National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 117 Elona Trenova National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 118 Altin Uka Transmission System Operator (OST) 119 Olsi Veçani National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 120 Mimoza Vodica National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 121 Valentina Vokrri Uniper Technologies Balkans 122 Elio Voshtina Transmission System Operator (OST) 123 Marianna Wiedenbeck European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 124 Armand Xhaja National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 125 Rudina Xhelilaj Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy 126 Migel Zallemi Messer Albagaz 127 Astrit Zekaj National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 128 Grzegorz Zielinski European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 129 Kamberi Zija Freelance 130 Shpresa Zoto National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) UNECE Renewable Energy Uptake: Development of Renewable Energy in Albania 5 of 5 In cooperation with This event and associated works of the UNECE RE-Uptake Project was commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
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Score: 387606.52 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...-7July2021_ParticipantList.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Document5 Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On Natural Monopolies” 5) This Law shall regulate the activities of the natural monopolies in the Republic of Kazakhstan; it is aimed at ensuring the protection of the interests of customers and natural monopoly entities. (...) Article 8. Disposition of Natural Monopoly Assets and Acquisition of Stock (Shares) of a Natural Monopoly Entity 1. (...) Obligations of Customer of Natural Monopoly Services (Goods, Works) 1. A customer of natural monopoly services (goods, works) shall be obligated to: 1) pay in full and on time for services provided by natural monopoly entities; and 2) adhere to any technical requirements established by natural monopoly entities in conformity to the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan. 2.
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Score: 387343.75 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ18_LEG_3.pdf
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But too often investment in nature-based solutions suffers from the invisibility of nature’s value in the financial and economic calculus. (...) This includes $40 billion to go towards projects related to natural infrastructure and conservation, recognizing the role of nature in building the resilience of physical and natural systems, to control floods, to provide clean drinking water, and more.    The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) is working towards delivering a risk management and disclosure framework for investors and corporations to report and act on evolving nature-related risks, aiming to shift global finance flows away from nature-negative towards nature-positive outcomes.
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Score: 384047.58 - https://www.undp.org/blog/inve...ructure-shared-future-all-life
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The key elements of the Report: Natural resources have a number of distinctive features — the skewed geographical distribution of natural resources, their exhaustibility, the widespread occurrence of economic effects of natural resource exploitation disregarded by the market (externalities), high natural resource dependency in some economies, and tendencies towards high price volatility in natural resource markets. (...) Policy interventions in natural resource sectors are justified on welfare grounds by the specific features of natural resources. (...) Several natural resource sectors appear prominently in the subsidy notifications.
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Score: 384011.67 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres10_e/pr611_e.htm
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Nature-based Solutions are about working with nature to protect, restore and sustainably manage ecosystems. (...) Women and nature-based solutions   The critical role women play in nature-based disaster mitigation, response and recovery is often overlooked. (...) IUCN GLOBAL STANDARD FOR NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS Ali Raza Rizvi, Programme Manager, Ecosystem-based Adaptation tells us why working with nature is important and how IUCN’s Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions (Nbs) can help safeguard people and nature by adopting a common language and framework.  
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Score: 383887.4 - https://www.undrr.org/words-ac...utions-disaster-risk-reduction
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Nature-Based Solutions | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Nature-Based Solutions In this section Climate Action Summit 2019 Business Ambition for 1.5°C Nature-Based Solutions Taking Ambition to the Next Level Webinars on Climate Action Overview Nature-Based Solutions to Address Climate Change Nature-Based Solutions to Address Climate Change The Nature Based Solutions Action Area is calling on all companies to support greater action in support of Nature-Based Solutions for Climate highlighting the importance of nature for addressing the climate crisis as one of the major deliverables for the UN Climate Action Summit. Nature-Based Solutions are a fundamental part of action for climate and biodiversity. (...) Success depends on maximizing nature’s contribution to climate action, with intensified Nature-Based Solutions from now onwards.
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Score: 383748.44 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...it-2019/nature-based-solutions
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Who would have imagined that this investment is prone to nature-related risks at this magnitude because of the pandemic caused by nature loss? (...) Changing flows of money from nature negative to nature positive is a fundamental piece of the puzzle for shifting the global systems towards nurturing nature.  (...) We need nature for life.   And nature needs us for it to flourish and provide milliards of benefits and cost-effective solutions for tackling our development challenges. 
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Score: 383719.26 - https://www.undp.org/blog/nature-loss-risky-business
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untitled World Trade Report 2010 Trade in natural resources » Why are natural resources special? (...) Export restrictions on natural resource products represent 35 per cent of notifi ed export restrictions. • Several natural resource sectors appear prominently in the subsidy notifi cations. (...) A fi nal issue is the international regulation of trade in natural resources. Th e World Trade Report 2010 provides an overview of how natural resources fi t within the legal framework of the WTO and discusses other international agreements that regulate trade in natural resources.
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Score: 383376.76 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...e/reser_e/wtr10_brochure_e.pdf
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