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Uprave vrtića i vaspitači u pet gradova u kojima je sprovedena kampanja - Bijelo Polje, Berane, Rožaje, Plav i Andrijevica, tvrde da su prvi rezultati kampanje bili vidljivi još tokom trajanja aktivnosti na sjeveru države. (...) Učenje djece uzrasta od tri do šest godina u maloj grupi, tri sata dnevno, pet dana u nedjelji, u velikoj mjeri pozitivno utiče na njihov uspjeh tokom stručnog i višeg obrazovanja, a čak i kasnije u životu. (...) "Ako u Crnoj Gori svi budemo radili zajedno na tome, zasta možemo da dostignemo univerzalni pristup kvalitetnom ranom obrazovanju u narednih pet godina", Perks je kazao i dodao “Naša je poruka: Svi u vrtić“.
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Score: 957128.8 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...-upisa-u-vrti%C4%87e-podgorica
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PRETRAGA ZATVORI Pretraži UNICEF Fulltext search Max Članak Dani otvorenih vrata vrtića u pet gradova na sjeveru Crne Gore Svi u vrtić UNICEF Crna Gora UNICEF Crna Gora / Duško Miljanić / 2015 Dostupno na: Crnogorski English 22 Jun 2015 Berane/Bijelo Polje/Rožaje/Andrijevica/Plav, 22. jun 2015 – U okviru kampanje "Svi u vrtić", koju sprovode UNICEF i Ministarstvo prosvjete sa ciljem povećanja svijesti roditelja o prednostima predškolskog obrazovanja i povećanja stope upisa u vrtiće, održan je dan otvorenih vrata vrtića u pet gradova na sjeveru Crne Gore. Djeca iz pet vrtića u Beranama, Bijelom Polju, Rožaju, Andrijevici i Plavu, pokazala su svojim vršnjacima i njihovim roditeljima kako se igraju, plešu i šta su naučili u vrtiću. (...) UNICEF Crna Gora / Duško Miljanić / 2015 Promovišući princip učenja kroz igru, NVO „Pedagoški centar“ i Odsjek za predškolsko obrazovanje Filozofskog fakulteta, organizovali su tokom kampanje vrtiće na otvorenom u pet gradova na sjeveru države kako bi djeci i roditeljima pokazali prednosti predškolskog obrazovanja, ali i unaprijedili vještine vaspitača.
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Score: 957128.8 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...t-gradova-na-sjeveru-crne-gore
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Those conversion processes approved by the ASTM for the production of AAFs are: Fischer-Tropsch hydroprocessed synthesized paraffinic kerosene (FT-SPK); Synthesized paraffinic kerosene produced from hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids (HEFA- SPK); Synthesized iso-paraffins produced from hydroprocessed fermented sugars (SIP-HFS); Synthesized kerosene with aromatics derived by alkylation of light aromatics from non-petroleum sources (SPK/A); and Alcohol-to-jet synthetic paraffinic kerosene (ATJ-SPK). 1.2 Additional details regarding these approved conversion processes are described in CAAF/02-WP/07,as well as details of additional conversion processes that are going through the approval process. 1.3 Currently, AltAir Fuels, in Los Angeles, U.S., is the only commercial scale facility that is regularly producing AAF. (...) U.S. gulf coast kerosene-type jet fuel spot price FOB, available at https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=pet&s=eer_epjk_pf4_rgc_dpg&f=a 2. (...) Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=pet&s=eer_epjk_pf4_rgc_dpg&f=a http://pubs.rsc.org/-/results?
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Score: 956959.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%20prices%20of%20AAF.FINAL.pdf
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US$ investment subsidy (60 projects in 24 Eco-Towns) Chiba (9) 31% Kawasaki (5) 21%Omuta (2) 6% Bingo (2) 7% Kitakyushu (7) 6% Tokyo (1) 2% Sapporo (3) 6% Naoshima (2) 2% Akita (4) 4% Toyama (4) 2% Hyogo (1) 3% others (20) 10% investment (60 projects in 24 Eco-Towns) Chiba (9) 27% Kawasaki (5) 16% Omuta (2) 13% Bingo (2) 12% Kitakyushu (7) 5% Tokyo (1) 4% Sapporo (3) 4% Naoshima (2) 3% Akita (4) 3% Toyama (4) 2% Hyogo (1) 2% others (20) 9% Evaluation of 90 Circular Facilities in 26 Eco-towns 5 Reduction of Virgin Materials; 900,000.ton /yr CO2 Emission Reduction 480,000 t-CO2/yr Circular use ration of by-product 92% Intra-eco-town circulation ratio 61% CRs procured from within the same Eco Town Plan regions (830) 64% CRs procured from outside the Eco Town Plan region but within the prefecture CRs procured from outside the prefecture Procurement areas unknown CRs procured (1,300) 100% CRs utilized (1,200) 92% Recycling residue disposed of (470) 36% Supply areas unknown (Unit: 1,000 tons) CRs used as energy, or reduced in volume Resources circulated within the Eco Town Plan regions (580) 45% Resources circulated outside the Eco Town Plan regions but within the prefecture FPs/RMs produced (780) 60% Outside the Eco Town Plan regions but within the prefecture Outside the prefecture Eco Town Plan regions Recycling residue disposed of (60) 5% Resources circulated outside the prefecture (70) 5% (130) 10% (310) 24% (40) 3% (70) 5% (110)9% (6) 0% 6 Ecological consulting company* Recycle goods retail & sale* Ecological equipment manufacturing Sustainable technology research company* EIP Center; Demonstration building* Environmental data bank Collaborative marketing purchase Waste collection and recycling -Eco-material, Recycled Material -Design for environment Green Institute (Minneapolis) Cape Charles Sustainable Technology Park (Virginia) Variation of Eco-Industrial Parks(EIP) Strategies in Eco-towns URBAN REDEVELOPMENT TYPE EIP Environment conscious commuting system LRT, Pedestrian Path Environmental communication* Environmental education* PRODUCT REMANUFACTURING TYPE EIP Farm Cement factory Petro chemical factory Chemical factory Industrial symbiosis type Kalundborg (Denmark) Kawasaki Fly ash Heat Oil Heat Heat Fertilizer Power plant* Plastic recycle center* Organic waste Methane fermentation Composting Building material recycle center* Collaboration reverse logistics District heat supply Brownfield Neighborhood Urban Area Rural Area Industrial complex Water Front Heat INDUSTRIAL SYMBIOSIS TYPE EIP Clean Energy Supply System Energy Storage System* Environmental Information Business Support CCR Residential Districts CITY-FARM COLLABORATION TYPE EIP Fuel Cell Methane Fermentation Compost Kitakyushu Hokkaido Karundborg (Denmark) Kawasaki 7 KAWASAKI, JAPAN Kawasaki City Tokyo Metropolitan Yokohama City Chiba Prefecture Haneda Airport Narita Airport Kawasaki Narita Airport Kawasaki Haneda Airport 90min 13min >Intensive Transportation Network system >Industrial Agglomeration and Urban Accumulation locally and regionally 8 Accumulation of High-tech Recycling Plants Plastic waste recycling plant for ammonia production PET-to-PET recycling plant Plastic waste recycling plant for blast furnace production Plastic waste recycling plant for concrete formwork production within a 1.5km radius Cement manufacturing plant Hard-to-recycle paper recycling plant CORELEX HP 332m2 14 400 Major Efforts Use of natural gas vehicle Use of hydroelectric power plant for factories Circulation of industrial chemicals and water Operation of plating plant which never excrete liquid wastes to outside the factory Kawasaki Zero-emissions industrial park 21
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Score: 951670.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...a%20%28long%20version%29_0.pdf
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Pic 1: Testing the eco-boat Pic 2: The winning team Pic 3: Collecting pet bottles Event 1: Iwaya Beach Cleaning in Awaji Island. (...) About 500kg of trash (comprised of food wrappers, pet bottles, cans, see weeds, plastic bags and bottle caps) was collected. (...) Prior to this event, YUNGA Japan team constructed an eco-boat made from disposed pet bottles. This technique popularly originated from a social and environment advocator Mr.
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Score: 950721.6 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/japan/es/
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Pic 1: Testing the eco-boat Pic 2: The winning team Pic 3: Collecting pet bottles Event 1: Iwaya Beach Cleaning in Awaji Island. (...) About 500kg of trash (comprised of food wrappers, pet bottles, cans, see weeds, plastic bags and bottle caps) was collected. (...) Prior to this event, YUNGA Japan team constructed an eco-boat made from disposed pet bottles. This technique popularly originated from a social and environment advocator Mr.
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Score: 950721.6 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/japan/fr/
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Pic 1: Testing the eco-boat Pic 2: The winning team Pic 3: Collecting pet bottles Event 1: Iwaya Beach Cleaning in Awaji Island. (...) About 500kg of trash (comprised of food wrappers, pet bottles, cans, see weeds, plastic bags and bottle caps) was collected. (...) Prior to this event, YUNGA Japan team constructed an eco-boat made from disposed pet bottles. This technique popularly originated from a social and environment advocator Mr.
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Score: 950721.6 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/japan/ru/
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Pic 1: Testing the eco-boat Pic 2: The winning team Pic 3: Collecting pet bottles Event 1: Iwaya Beach Cleaning in Awaji Island. (...) About 500kg of trash (comprised of food wrappers, pet bottles, cans, see weeds, plastic bags and bottle caps) was collected. (...) Prior to this event, YUNGA Japan team constructed an eco-boat made from disposed pet bottles. This technique popularly originated from a social and environment advocator Mr.
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Score: 950721.6 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/japan/en/
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Pic 1: Testing the eco-boat Pic 2: The winning team Pic 3: Collecting pet bottles Event 1: Iwaya Beach Cleaning in Awaji Island. (...) About 500kg of trash (comprised of food wrappers, pet bottles, cans, see weeds, plastic bags and bottle caps) was collected. (...) Prior to this event, YUNGA Japan team constructed an eco-boat made from disposed pet bottles. This technique popularly originated from a social and environment advocator Mr.
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Score: 950721.6 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/japan/ar/
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. • 54% roditelja/staratelja saopštilo je da je odložilo vakcinaciju, a 27% da je odbilo da vakciniše dijete mlađe od pet godina. • Najčešći razlog odlaganja vakcinacije bio je bolest djeteta u vrijeme predviđeno za vakcinaciju, odnosno alergija na vakcinu ili njene sastojke. (...) Procenat djece mlađe od pet godina čiji roditelj/staratelj izjavio o pozitivnoj percepciji preporučenog kalendara vakcinacije. (...) Dodatni statistički pregledi i Izvještaj o rezultatima istraživanja za ovo i druga MICS istraživanja dostupni su na sljedećoj adresi: mics.unicef.org/surveys. 54 27 Procenat djece čiji su roditelji/staratelji prijavili odlaganje vakcinacije Procenat djece čiji su roditelji/staratelji prijavili odbijanje vakcinacije 36 41 23 42 37 21 42 36 22 0 20 40 60 80 100 Da Ne Ne zna/Bez odgovora Da Ne Ne zna/Bez odgovora Da Ne Ne zna/Bez odgovora P ro c e n a t Rotavirus Bakterija pneumokoka Humani papiloma virus Odlaganje i odbijanje vakcinacije Prihvatanje novih vakcina na preporuku pedijatra 46 14 5 10 4 21 5 - 7 2 0 20 40 60 80 100 Dijete je bilo bolesno u vrijeme vakcinisanja ili ima alergiju na vakcinu ili njene sastojke Vakcina (vakcine) nije bila dostupna u vrijeme kada je dijete trebalo da je primi Bili su zauzeti drugim obavezama Imali su sumnje u vezi s vakcinom Drugi razlozi P ro c e n a t Razlozi za odlaganje vakcinacije Razlozi za odbijanje vakcinacije Procenat djece mlađe od pet godina čiji su roditelji/staratelji prijavili odlaganje i odbijanje vakcinacije djeteta zbog nekog razloga – nije relevantno Procenat djece mlađe od pet godina čiji su roditelji/staratelji saopštili da bi pristali da dijete primi vakcine protiv rotavirusa, bakterija pneumokoka ili humanog papiloma virusa (HPV) ako je to preporučio pedijatar
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Score: 946782.3 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...naciji_Crna%20Gora%202018..pdf
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