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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES ON ITS 16TH SESSION, HELD IN CANCUN FROM 29 NOVEMBER TO 10 DECEMBER 2010 : ADDENDUM
FCCC/CP/2010/7/Add.2 GE.11-60556 19 (a) Ensuring consultations with stakeholders throughout the entire process of activities, from the design of activities to their implementation and monitoring and evaluation; (b) Enhancing integration of climate change issues and capacity-building needs into national development strategies, plans and budgets; (c) Increased country-driven coordination of capacity-building activities; (d) Strengthened networking and information sharing among developing countries, especially through South-South and triangular cooperation; (e) [Building on existing skills and capacities [, where available,] [, as appropriate,] related to development [and implementation of capacity-building activities] [and delivery of reporting, including national communications [and inventories]]; (e bis) Developing and/or strengthening skills and capacities related to the implementation of climate change related activities;] (f) [Strengthening local, national and regional research institutions;] [4.
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得分: 558784.96 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/CP/2010/7/ADD.2&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Norton, “Intermediaries and hate speech: fostering digital citizenship for our information age”, Boston University Law Review, vol. 91 (2011), p. 1437; Travis Morris, “Networking vehement frames: neo-Nazi and violent jihadi demagoguery”, Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, vol. 6, No. 3 (2014), pp. 163–182, at pp. 163–171; and Linda M.
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得分: 558784.96 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/38/53&Lang=C
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GE.12-62710 (C) 260
Investment Income .......................................................................................................................................... 107 FCCC/CP/2012/6 iv GE.12-62710 List of Tables Table 1: GEF Projects on Climate Change Mitigation by Region (1991–2012) Table 2: GEF Projects on Climate Change Mitigation by Phase Table 3: Breakdown of GEF funding for Climate Change Mitigation Projects Table 4: Climate Change Mitigation: Strategic Objectives and Results Framework Table 5: GEF-5 Funding for LULUCF-related Projects in FY 2012 Table 6: Climate Change Adaptation: Strategic Objectives and Expected Outcomes Table 7: Regional Distribution of Adaptation Projects under the LDCF Table 8: Regional Distribution of Adaptation Projects under the SCCF-A Table 9: GEF Regional Projects for Climate Technology Centres and Climate Technology Networks Table 10: GEF Projects on Enabling Activities by Region (1991–2012) Table 11: GEF Projects on Enabling Activities by Phase Table 12: Performance Ratings for Climate Change Mitigation Projects Table 13: Cumulative GHG Emission Reductions by GEF Phase as of FY 2011 Table A1.1: FY 2012 Climate Change Mitigation Projects Table A1.2: FY 2012 Climate Change Mitigation Programs Table A1.3: FY 2012 Enabling Activity Projects Table A2.1: FY 2012 LDCF Projects Table A2.2: FY 2012 SCCF-A Projects Table A2.3: FY 2012 SCCF-A Programs Table A2.4: FY 2012 SCCF-B Projects Table A5: Implementation Progress of Technology Transfer Pilot Projects Under the Poznan Strategic Program (as of June 30, 2012) Table A7.1: LDCF Status of Pledges and Contributions as of June 30, 2012 Table A7.2: LDCF Summary of Allocation, Commitments and Disbursements as of June 30, 2012 (in $) Table A7.3: LDCF for Climate Change Schedule of Funds Available updated as of June 30, 2012 Table A7.4: SCCF Status of Pledges and Contributions as of June 30, 2012 Table A7.5: SCCF Status of Contributions by Program as of June 30, 2012 Table A7.6: SCCF Summary of Allocations, Commitments and Disbursements as of June 30, 2012 (in $) Table A7.7: SCCF Schedule of Funds Available updated as of June 30, 2012 List of Figures Figure 1: Cumulative Funding Approvals under the LDCF (as of June 30, 2012) FCCC/CP/2012/6 GE.12-62710 v Abbreviations and Acronyms ADB Asian Development Bank AfDB African Development Bank AFR Africa AIACC Assessments of Impacts and Adaptations to Climate Change AMR Annual Monitoring Report BRT Bus Rapid Transit BUR Biennial Update Report CBA Community-Based Adaptation CBD Convention on Biological Diversity CBO Community-Based Organization CCA Climate Change Adaptation CCCD Cross-Cutting Capacity Development CCD Convention to Combat Desertification CCM Climate Change Mitigation CEITs Countries with Economies in Transition CEO Chief Executive Officer CGE Consultative Group of Experts CO2 eq Carbon Dioxide Equivalent COP Conference of the Parties CPACC Caribbean Planning for Adaptation to Climate Change CSO Civil Society Organization CSP Country Support Program CTCN Climate Technology Centre and Network EA Executing Agency EAP East Asia and Pacific EBRD European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ECA Europe and Central Asia ECW Expanded Constituency Workshop EGTT Expert Group on Technology Transfer ESCO Energy Service Company EST Environmentally Sound Technology FAO Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FCPF Forest Carbon Partnership Facility FNC Fourth National Communication FSP Full-Sized Project FY Fiscal Year GCF Green Climate Fund GEBs Global Environmental Benefits GEF Global Environment Facility GEF EO Global Environment Facility Evaluation Office GEF SGP Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme GEFTF Global Environment Facility Trust Fund GHG Greenhouse Gas IA Implementing Agency IBRD International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) IDB Inter-American Development Bank IFAD International Fund for Agricultural Development IFC International Finance Corporation INC Initial National Communication IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change kt kiloton (103 tons) LAC Latin America and the Caribbean LEG Least Developed Countries Expert Group LDC Least Developed Country FCCC/CP/2012/6 vi GE.12-62710 LDCF Least Developed Countries Fund LULUCF Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Forestry ME Monitoring and Evaluation MDB Multilateral Development Bank MEA Multilateral Environmental Agreement MFA Multi-focal Area MLF Multilateral Fund MNA Middle East and North Africa MRV Measurement, Reporting and Verification MSP Medium-Sized Project Mt Megaton (106 tons) MTF Multi Trust Fund NAMAs Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions NAP National Adaptation Plan NAPA National Adaptation Programme of Action NC National Communication NCSA National Capacity Self Assessment NCSP National Communications Support Program NGO Non-governmental Organization NPFE National Portfolio Formulation Exercise ODP Ozone Depletion Potential OFP Operational Focal Point OPS Overall Performance Study PIF Project Identification Form PIR Project Implementation Report PMIS Project Management Information System PPG Project Preparation Grant PPP Public-Private Partnership PSC Project Steering Committee RAF Resource Allocation Framework RBM Results-Based Management REDD+ Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation plus1 SA South Asia SBI Subsidiary Body for Implementation SCCF Special Climate Change Fund SCCF-A Special Climate Change Fund Adaptation Program SCCF-B Special Climate Change Fund Program for Technology Transfer SFM Sustainable Forest Management SIDS Small Island Developing States SNC Second National Communication SPA Strategic Priority on Adaptation STAP Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel STAR System for Transparent Allocation of Resources TAP Technology Action Plan TC Transitional Committee TEC Technology Executive Committee TNA Technology Needs Assessment TNC Third National Communication UNCCD United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification UNCSD United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development UNDP United Nations Development Programme 1 The term REDD+ includes carbon benefits not only from reducing deforestation and degradation, but also from the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks. (...) As for the operationalization and activities of the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), three regional technology centre and network projects were approved by the GEF Council in the reporting period.
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得分: 545566.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2012/6&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE ARAB HIGH-LEVEL FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVEL
Sima Bahous, Assistant Secretary-General, Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Arab States, United Nations Development Programme 11:00 – 12:20 Coffee break and networking 12.20 – 12.30 Presentation of the Forum Agenda 12:30 – 14:30 Session 1: From MDGs to SDGs: Voices from the Arab region Moderator: H.E. (...) Emadeldin Adly, General Coordinator, Arab network for Environment and Development (RAED) - Ms. (...) Regionally, an information network is important to act as an early warning system.
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得分: 532647.07 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/HLPF/2015/3/ADD.3&Lang=C
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ANNUAL TECHNICAL PROGRESS REPORT OF THE PARIS COMMITTEE ON CAPACITY-BUILDING
巴黎能力建设委员会在上一个报告期向秘书处提交了关于进一步加强该门户网站 45 可查阅 https://unfccc.int/process-and-meetings/bodies/constituted-bodies/paris-committee-on- capacity-building-pccb/pccb-network/activities-pccb-network/pccb-network-newsletters. (...) 53 巴黎能力建设委员会第七次会议 48 见 https://unfccc.int/pccb/regional-activities#eq-2. 49 见 https://unfccc.int/pccb/regional-activities#eq-1. 50 见 https://unfccc.int/process-and-meetings/bodies/constituted-bodies/paris-committee-on-capacity- building-pccb/pccb-network/activities-pccb-network/third-meeting-of-the-pccb-network. 51 见 https://unfccc.int/pccb-network/activities. 52 见巴黎能力建设委员会 PCCB/2020/11号文件,第 45段。 (...) ≥baseline Stakeholder satisfaction with PCCB activities and outputs Stakeholders expressed satisfaction with the outcomes of PCCB efforts towards enhancing coherence and coordination of capacity-building under the Convention and the Paris Agreement: - At COP 26, Parties welcomed in particular PCCB collaboration with constituted bodies and other actors under the Convention and the Paris Agreement; - At PCCB 6 and ICG 3, PCCB progress in this regard was widely acknowledged, including by representatives of constituted bodies, the operating entities of the Financial Mechanism and processes under the Convention and the Paris Agreement; - At the first technical dialogue of the global stocktake, participants appreciated the synthesis report provided by the PCCB and mentioned the role of the PCCB in the process, for example providing policy recommendations as part of its input; - More than 70 per cent of the respondents to the annual survey of the PCCB Network stated the greatest benefit of the Network as providing opportunities for networking or connections to other organizations, which is linked to the convening role of the PCCB Evidence of satisfaction, or at least 70 per cent favourable feedback (when quantified measures are available) FCCC/SBI/2022/14 GE.22-13508 25 Indicator September 2021 to July 2022 (baseline) Target for 2024 and its efforts to enhance coherence and coordination of capacity-building activities and promote cooperation among actors; - About 85 per cent of the respondents to a post-event survey, (strongly) agreed that the 3rd Capacity-building Hub provided an effective networking platform.
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得分: 532647.07 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2022/14&Lang=C
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SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : SRI LANKA / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 5 OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 16/21
(USA); SLA Sri Lanka Advocacy Network, Frankfurt (Germany); STP Society for Threatened Peoples (Switzerland); TAG Tamils Against Genocide (USA); TCHR Tamil Centre for Human Rights, Garge les Gonesse (France); TIC Tamil Information Centre, London (UK); TYO Tamil Youth Organisation (UK); A/HRC/WG.6/14/LKA/3 GE.12-15656 13 JS1 Joint Submission 1 submitted by Centre for Human Rights Development, Centre for Policy Alternatives, Centre for Promotion Protection of Human Rights, Centre for Women and Development, Jaffna (Sri Lanka), Dabindhu Collective, Equal Ground, Families of the Disappeared, Home for Human Rights, Human Rights Organization, Kandy (Sri Lanka), INFORM Human Rights Documentation Center, International Movement Against Discrimination and Racism (Asia Group) (Japan), Janaawaboda Kendrya, Law and Society Trust, Lawyers for Democracy, Mothers and Daughters of Lanka, Movement for Defense of Democratic Rights, national Fisheries Solidarity Movement, National Peace Council, Praja Abhilasha Network, Puravasi Kamituwa, Red Flag Women’s Movement, Right to Life Human Rights Centre, Rights Now Collective for Democracy, Savisthri Women’s Movement, South Asia Network for Refugees, IDPs and Migrants Sri Lanka (SANRIM Sri Lanka), Stand-Up Movement (SUM), Women Action Network, Women and Media Collective, Women Support Group, and Women’s Centre; JS2 Joint Submission 2 submitted by Equal Ground (Colombo, Sri Lanka), Estate Community Care Organization (Mathugama, Sri Lanka), Rural Women’s Front (Galle, Sri Lanka), Rajarata Gami Pahana (Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka), Sinhala, Tamil Rural Women’s Network (Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka); JS3 Joint Submission 3 submitted by Committee to Protect Journalist (New York, USA), International Federation of Journalist (Sydney, Australia), International Media Support (Copenhagen, Denmark), Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka (Bremen, Germany), PEN International (London, UK), and Reporters Without Borders (Paris, France); JS4 Joint Submission 4 submitted by Janasanasaya (Panadura, Sri Lanka) and The Citizens Committee of Gampaha District (Ekala, Sri Lanka); JS5 Joint Submission 5 submitted by PEaCE/ECPAT Sri Lanka and ECPAT International; JS6 Joint Submission 6 submitted by United States Tamil Political Action Council (USTPAC, Washington D.C., USA) and Pasumai Thaayagam Foundation (Chennai, India); JS7 Joint Submission 7 submitted by Asian Legal Resource Centre (Hong Kong, China), Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims (Copenhagen, Denmark), and Action by Christians Against Torture France (ACAT, Paris France); JS8 Joint Submission 8 submitted by The North East Women’s Action Network (Sri Lanka) and the Centre for Human Rights and Development (Sri Lanka); JS9 Joint Submission 9 submitted by Asian Human Rights Commission (Hong Kong, China) and Rule of Law Forum (Colombo, Sri Lanka); JS10 Joint Submission 10 submitted by CREA, EQUAL GROUND, Sexual Rights Initiative and the Women’s Support Group Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka); JS11 Joint Submission 11 submitted by International Education Development, A Non-Governmental Organization on the Roster and the Association of Humanitarian Lawyers, CA (USA); JS12 Joint Submission 12 submitted by Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders (a joint programme of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT)), Geneva (Switzerland); JS13 Joint Submission 13 submitted by Free Media Movement (Colombo, Sri Lanka), INFORM Human Rights Documentation Centre (Colombo, Sri Lanka) and Networking for Rights in Sri Lanka (Reseda, CA, USA); JS14 Joint Submission 14 submitted by Action Contre la Faim (France) and SPEAK Human Rights Environmental Initiative (USA); JS15 Joint Submission 15 submitted by Franciscans International and Marist International Solidarity Foundation, Geneva (Switzerland); JS16 Joint Submission 16 submitted by Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies (Colombo, Sri Lanka) and the Institute of Human Rights (Colombo, Sri Lanka); JS17 Joint Submission 17 submitted World Evangelical Alliance (London, UK) and Asia Evangelical Alliance.
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得分: 530012.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/14/LKA/3&Lang=C
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REVISED POSSIBLE APPROACHES TO EDUCATION AND AWARENESS-RAISING AMONG LIFE SCIENTISTS /SUBMITTED BY AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, REPUBLIC OF KOREA AND SWITZERLAND (ON BEHALF OF THE JACKSNNZ), AND KENYA, SWEDEN, UKRAINE, THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Although biosafety aspects are considered in national life science fora, it has become apparent from networking, discussions and informal information gathering that dual-use and biosecurity issues are less well cared for. (...) The network of trainers currently consists of over 100 biosafety professionals active in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa. 2. (...) (BEP funded) Landau Network Centro Volta’s survey-based work on biosafety, biosecurity and bioethics education in Morocco and Pakistan.
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得分: 530012.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WC/CONF.VII/WP.20/REV.1&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS ON HER MISSION TO MONTENEGRO :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Support was being provided in 12 municipalities to some 700 older persons, including through a network of trained volunteers, to enable them to live autonomously and remain in their homes for as long as possible. Besides the direct provision of services during house visits and at clubs for the elderly, the Red Cross was also working intensively on networking with all relevant stakeholders, performing public advocacy, raising awareness on the needs and problems of older persons and promoting healthy ageing. 70.
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得分: 530012.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/39/50/ADD.2&Lang=C
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS :HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS : REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS, HINA JILANI
The absence of such networking and coordination leads to excessive duplication and gaps in the human rights work conducted, and organizations working individually will not be as effective in bringing about long-term improvements in the human rights situation. 4.
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得分: 530012.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=E/CN.4/2004/94/ADD.2&Lang=C
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ADVERSE EFFECTS OF THE ILLICIT MOVEMENT AND DUMPING OF TOXIC AND DANGEROUS PRODUCTS AND WASTES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS : REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY FATMA-ZOHRA OUHACHI-VESELY, SUBMITTED PURSUANT TO COMMISSION RESOLUTION 2002/27
However, a report compiled by the Basel Action Network and the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalitionm alleges that hazardous electronic wastes originating from Canada are exported to Asia, and that these exports are resulting in grave environmental damage and seriously affect the health and lives of the people involved in the recycling of the hazardous material. (...) The Special Rapporteur had the opportunity to consult with the Canadian Environmental Network (CEN) which, as a network of non-governmental organizations concerned with the environment, facilitates consultations between environment groups and government agencies in multi-stakeholder consultations. The core funding of the CEN activities comes from Environment Canada, but the CEN’s consultation, facilitation, and networking services are now being used by other government department and agencies.
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得分: 504058.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=E/CN.4/2003/56/ADD.2&Lang=C
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