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We started out with the hypothesis that natural solutions get us to a sustainable future faster. (...) And if we try harder, we might even start an innovation by nature revolution in Ukraine.                                                                          (...) In this way, we’ve started a small Nature-based Community in Ukraine .
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Score: 853101.2 - https://www.undp.org/ukraine/b...ature-based-revolution-ukraine
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Component 2: Improved natural resources management and livelihoods in the FDH through support to integrated management activities of the natural resources in the pilot sites and river basins; and identify and promote new income generating activities to improve the living conditions of the populations in the FDH. (...) Achievements Jul 2009 Start of project implementation Nov 2009 Project Steering Committee Meeting in Bamako Jan-Mar 2010 Selection of pilot sites Jul 2010 International consultant visit to set up the M&E system Dec 2010 Regional project workshop in Kindia Dec 2010-Mar 2011 Field visits to all pilot sites to establish an inventory of natural resources and prepare the watershed management plans Apr 2011 Regional workshop in Dakar to finalize the regional framework document Nov 2011 Ministerial Conference in Freetown Mar 2012 Start of field activities in Guinea Jul 2012 Start of field activities in Senegal May 2012 Mid Term Evaluation Dec 2012 Conference and technical workshop in Dakar to launch the GEOPortal and the land cover and land cover change database Jan 2013 Start of preparations for the project's second phase. Start of field activities in Mali Apr 2013 Start of field activities in Guinea-Bissau Project publications The “Fouta Djallon Highlands Integrated Natural Resources Management Project” has started a project document series with the first two publications now available.
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Score: 845685.9 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/w...nagementandmountains/74917/en/
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A survey to measure investment in infrastructure to protect the economy and society against the negative effects of climate (which are expected mainly to be felt in two large coastal cities as a result of sea-level rise) would be ideal but is currently well beyond the means of the NSO. o Responsible agency / partner agencies: NSO and ministries of Natural Resources and Planning o Start: Three years or beyond o Duration: Three years o Expected result: New statistics measuring the level of investment in infrastructure to protect against the negative effects of climate change. • Consider how to contribute to the on-going efforts to monitor biodiversity and ecosystems (6.4) – The NSO has no capacity to measure natural systems and currently has no plans to begin doing so. (...) They should be undertaken in the next two to three years as resources permit: • Consider new approaches to preserving confidentiality (7.3) – As noted in point 4.4 above, a new approach to preserving the confidentiality of business survey data could permit the NSO to share micro-data from the energy surveys with the Ministry of Energy and others for the purposes of compiling the national energy balance. o Responsible agency / partner agencies: NSO o Start: Within two years o Duration: Two years o Expected result: A new method of preserving confidentiality of business survey micro data while providing access for researchers is developed. • Build knowledge and understanding of the natural sciences among NSO staff (8.1) – At a minimum, a small group of employees within the NSO should have the necessary understanding of the natural sciences in order for the agency to respond effectively to the demand for climate change-related statistics. o Responsible agency / partner agencies: NSO o Start: Three years or beyond o Duration: Two years o Expected result: New staff are hired by the NSO with backgrounds in the natural sciences • Develop knowledge, methodologies and tools for producing and using geo-referenced data across the statistical system (8.3) – Geo-referencing data is not likely to result in significant improvement in the quality of the data available for climate change analysis. (...) Emissions could rise in the future once the country’s nuclear plants reach the end of their lives if they are replaced with natural gas power plants. 3.2 Assessment of priorities for climate change-related statistics – Country 2 An assessment of the current situation of climate change-related statistics in the country, is a good starting point for drafting a road map on climate change-related statistics.
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Score: 812735.25 - https://unece.org/DAM/stats/do..._climate_change_statistics.pdf
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A survey to measure investment in infrastructure to protect the economy and society against the negative effects of climate (which are expected mainly to be felt in two large coastal cities as a result of sea-level rise) would be ideal but is currently well beyond the means of the NSO. o Responsible agency / partner agencies: NSO and ministries of Natural Resources and Planning o Start: Three years or beyond o Duration: Three years o Expected result: New statistics measuring the level of investment in infrastructure to protect against the negative effects of climate change. • Consider how to contribute to the on-going efforts to monitor biodiversity and ecosystems (6.4) – The NSO has no capacity to measure natural systems and currently has no plans to begin doing so. (...) They should be undertaken in the next two to three years as resources permit: • Consider new approaches to preserving confidentiality (7.3) – As noted in point 4.4 above, a new approach to preserving the confidentiality of business survey data could permit the NSO to share micro-data from the energy surveys with the Ministry of Energy and others for the purposes of compiling the national energy balance. o Responsible agency / partner agencies: NSO o Start: Within two years o Duration: Two years o Expected result: A new method of preserving confidentiality of business survey micro data while providing access for researchers is developed. • Build knowledge and understanding of the natural sciences among NSO staff (8.1) – At a minimum, a small group of employees within the NSO should have the necessary understanding of the natural sciences in order for the agency to respond effectively to the demand for climate change-related statistics. o Responsible agency / partner agencies: NSO o Start: Three years or beyond o Duration: Two years o Expected result: New staff are hired by the NSO with backgrounds in the natural sciences • Develop knowledge, methodologies and tools for producing and using geo-referenced data across the statistical system (8.3) – Geo-referencing data is not likely to result in significant improvement in the quality of the data available for climate change analysis. (...) Emissions could rise in the future once the country’s nuclear plants reach the end of their lives if they are replaced with natural gas power plants. 3.2 Assessment of priorities for climate change-related statistics – Country 2 An assessment of the current situation of climate change-related statistics in the country, is a good starting point for drafting a road map on climate change-related statistics.
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Score: 812735.25 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._climate_change_statistics.pdf
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Making peace with nature is possible, if we start now | Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Digital Digital Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Podcast Search form Search Event Making peace with nature is possible, if we start now Get monthly e-newsletter Climate Change Making peace with nature is possible, if we start now Despite a dip in greenhouse gas emissions caused by the pandemic, the world is still headed for global warming of more than 3°C this century. (...) But governments must take the lead, starting with a smart and sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic that invests in the right places.
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Score: 812716.6 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ature-possible-if-we-start-now
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Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, EU and UNDP announce the start of Ozun Yarat 2021 contest to promote upcycling in Azerbaijan | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Azerbaijan Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Azərbaycan dili Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Azərbaycan dili Home Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, EU and UNDP announce the start of Ozun Yarat 2021 contest to promote upcycling in Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, EU and UNDP announce the start of Ozun Yarat 2021 contest to promote upcycling in Azerbaijan August 20, 2021 Image: UNDP Azerbaijan Baku, 20 August 2021 – Today, the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, the European Union (EU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) announced the start of the 2021 ‘Ozun Yarat’ contest under the theme ‘The Future is Yours’. (...) The ‘Ozun Yarat’ platform, developed and funded by UNDP and the EU in partnership with the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, was first launched in 2020 to help spread the popularity of DIY as an effective way of reducing waste and other damaging environmental impacts. (...) Related Content Press Releases The Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, the European Union and UNDP Observe European Mobility Week to support Azerbaijan’s efforts in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions The purpose of the event was to raise awareness about the country’s efforts in the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions by promoting eco-friendly transportation...
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Score: 803780.47 - https://www.undp.org/azerbaija...t-promote-upcycling-azerbaijan
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I started this paper at the 5 years into my Permaculture sciences study mark. (...) Getting started with the agricultural part we want to make a pile of chop, start digging a hole, that is our soil mine for a time and could be a spring or other use hole later on. (...) Get one done and learn, but move towards all-natural construction if that is not the starting place.
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Score: 800701.95 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/10225
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I started this paper at the 5 years into my Permaculture sciences study mark. (...) Getting started with the agricultural part we want to make a pile of chop, start digging a hole, that is our soil mine for a time and could be a spring or other use hole later on. (...) Get one done and learn, but move towards all-natural construction if that is not the starting place.
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Score: 800701.95 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/10225
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I started this paper at the 5 years into my Permaculture sciences study mark. (...) Getting started with the agricultural part we want to make a pile of chop, start digging a hole, that is our soil mine for a time and could be a spring or other use hole later on. (...) Get one done and learn, but move towards all-natural construction if that is not the starting place.
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Score: 800701.95 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/10225
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I started this paper at the 5 years into my Permaculture sciences study mark. (...) Getting started with the agricultural part we want to make a pile of chop, start digging a hole, that is our soil mine for a time and could be a spring or other use hole later on. (...) Get one done and learn, but move towards all-natural construction if that is not the starting place.
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Score: 800701.95 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/10225
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