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Social Media Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube LinkedIn iTunes Rss Respectzone Trending “Look at me, I am beautiful!” bd_lookatme.jpg © Patricia Willocq This photograph was adjudged the world’s best picture on the theme of peace , and is part of  the " Look at Me, I am Beautiful! (...) But this brash approach is calculated to provoke — the idyllic staging returns dignity and self-worth to these women, with their festive clothes and beautiful smiles.   “The series is like an African fairy tale,” the Jury stated, “in which tormentors become protectors, good wins over bad. (...) April - June 2017 About Latest Issue News & Views Online Archives Subscribe Our Team cou_1_17_cover.jpg Download × “Look at me, I am beautiful!” Download:  English French Chinese Spanish Portuguese Russian Arabic Esperanto Close Subscribe × “Look at me, I am beautiful!”
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Score: 1138394 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...il-june/look-me-i-am-beautiful
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Yes in short run, but contributes to consolidation in long run Competition No, harder for gov’t to justify; difficult to factor into bid due to changing nature of regulation Social and regulatory obligations No, extract monopoly rents; long term negative impact on economy Fair and reasonable compensation No, drain capitalEconomic growth Usually, but handicaps winners“Best use” assignment Are auctions consistent w/ goal?Licensing Goal 4 Proposed Licensing Framework Proposed Licensing Framework –– Competitive MarketsCompetitive Markets • Award additional spectrum (e.g., 3G expansion bands) to incumbents without using auctions or beauty contests • Recover value through spectrum fees – Level of fees must take into account value of productivity growth, economic development, efficiency gains, and job creation made possible by wireless use • Make additional entry possible through secondary markets 5 Proposed Licensing Framework Proposed Licensing Framework –– NonNon--Competitive MarketsCompetitive Markets • Promote additional entry through beauty contests, auctions or hybrid approach – Regardless of licensing method, excessive license fees will impact speed and scope of network buildout • Pre-licensing spectrum management decisions strongly influence supply and demand as well as whether operators placed in “win-or-die” situation – Number, size and geographic scope of licenses – Spectrum caps – Flexibility of technical and service rules 6 Proposed Licensing Framework Proposed Licensing Framework –– NonNon--Competitive MarketsCompetitive Markets • Beauty contests enable gov’t to ensure entry by new competitors and to set conditions of entry – Auctions favor incumbents – Debatable whether auctions increase subscriber prices, but beauty contests can guarantee lowest subscriber prices • Low prices stimulate demand, increasing benefits to economy • Awards based on low price should be coupled with quality of service controls – Can be transparent if properly administered • Hybrid approach may be preferable in more mature markets where differences may depend on more subjective factors – Pre-qualification phase can be used to eliminate speculative bidders 7 Proposed Licensing Framework Proposed Licensing Framework –– NonNon--Competitive MarketsCompetitive Markets • Auctions can allow for new entrants but steep entry fee likely to lead to less competition in long run as a result of industry consolidation • If auctions used, sustained economic growth dependent on finding ways to mitigate high license fees – Spread payment over time – Tie payment to when spectrum cleared – Earmark auction revenue for beneficial use of wireless industry – Favorable tax treatment (tax credits; accelerated depreciation)
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Score: 1132821.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...esentations/licensing_heng.pdf
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They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
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Score: 1123502.4 - https://www.unv.org/node/3574
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They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
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Score: 1123502.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/3574
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They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
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Score: 1123502.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...-nature-bosnia-and-herzegovina
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They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
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Score: 1123502.4 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...-nature-bosnia-and-herzegovina
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Healthy Plants – Custodians of our air, food and environment Send us photographs that capture the natural beauty of plants and reflect their importance as the source of the air we breathe, our food and as protectors of our environment.   (...) Evgeny Ivanov Happy in the sun A beautiful, green tree pleasing to the eye, Giving all living things the oxygen we need, Nature took care of all living things on earth. (...) Pest: Brevicoryne brassicae, is important aphid of cabbage. Natural enemige Coccinella septempuntata. 31/03/2020 La Laguna Tenerife.
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Score: 1123096.9 - https://www.fao.org/plant-heal...-contest/enter-the-contest/en/
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As daring creators of mythic creations, sharing timeless know-how handed down through the generations, it has made Nature and Art its inspiration and the Culture of Beauty its signature. For over 14 years, in the Name of Beauty, Guerlain commits and acts for a more beautiful and sustainable world, with the Bee as a sentinel. This commitment is driven by a duty to act and pass on Nature’s wonders to future generations. " I’m personally very proud of the “Women for Bees” Guerlain x UNESCO programme which manages to combine two core pillars of our Maison’s strong commitment, In the Name of Beauty: Bees conservation on one side and women empowerment on the other side, a pledge for one of the nature’s most precious wonder & a concrete positive social impact for women of the world.
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Score: 1120654.7 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/biodiversity/women-for-bees
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He loved capturing moments and appreciating the beauty in nature. As Vincent Van Gogh put it, “If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.” And only those who find beauty everywhere, like Dr Urbani, have the genuine heart to serve.   (...) He would have seen how his three children had grown up to become beautiful human beings like him. He was an affectionate husband and a hands-on dad.  
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Score: 1119865 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...-carlo-urbani-were-alive-today
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A happy childhood, where children can enjoy exploring their environment, can play, and enjoy freedom and safety at the same time, is the most beautiful gift parents can offer their children. And vaccines help parents provide this gift.  “Childhood, the most beautiful gift” is an integrated campaign, which will feature TV advertising, print, online and outdoor media coverage. (...) UNICEF is fully supported from voluntary contributions of natural persons, corporations, foundations and governments.
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Score: 1113347.4 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...Echildhood-most-beautiful-gift
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