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In this study the authors suggest a bio-technical potential and a socio-economic potential of wood supply. (...) Data on current use of the woody residues in agriculture was not available to the author. Therefore, the potentials are given as an overall potential (as opposed to additional potentials). (...) Socio-economic potential for additional wood supply If one assumes that 75% of the potential could be utilized, a potential of 19 million cbm would be available.
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Score: 423774.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/timber/d...PotentialWoodSupply_v18Oct.pdf
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Current Status of HydropowerCurrent Status of Hydropower Gross Theoretical Hydropower Potential (GWh/year) Technically feasible Hydropower Potential (GWh/year) Economically feasible Hydropower Potential (GWh/year) Installed hydro capacity (MW) Production from hydro plants (GWh/Year) Hydro capacity under construction (MW) Planned hydro capacity (MW) 4,000,000 1,750,000 1,000,000 20,300 76,000 >2,403 >60,000 Source: 2001 World Atlas and Industry Guide International Journal of Hydropower and Dams Current Status of HydropowerCurrent Status of Hydropower Distribution North Africa - 23% West Africa - 25% South/Central/Eastern Africa – 51% Current Status of HydropowerCurrent Status of Hydropower Hydro-projects built to provide basis for industrialisation and social and economic development Benefits include: – Water Supply – Irrigation – Navigation – Fisheries – Tourism Current Status of HydropowerCurrent Status of Hydropower Contribution of Hydro to Africa's Primary Energy Needs - 2002 Oil 41% Coal 7% Natural Gas 19% Hydro 32% Nuclear 1% Potential Contribution of HydroPotential Contribution of Hydro Classification of Hydropower PlantsClassification of Hydropower Plants Large Medium Small 500 MW 10 MW 10 kW 500 kW Mini Micro Pico Large Medium Small 500 MW 10 MW 10 kW 500 kW Mini Micro Pico Potential Contribution of HydroPotential Contribution of Hydro Feasible potential of 1,750,000 GWh/year Only 4.3% exploited Rapid exploitation hampered by low demand and dispersed population Opportunities of small hydro in matching supply with demand Potential Contribution of HydroPotential Contribution of Hydro Small hydro Advantages include: Competition in supplying Africa’s mainly rural populations. Low capital requirements Modular, sized to meet demand Unexploited potential Potential Contribution of HydroPotential Contribution of Hydro Small Hydro Development hampered by preference for large projects. Investment concentrated mainly on large dams because – Easier to finance – Lower unit cost of generation Potential Contribution of HydroPotential Contribution of Hydro Large Hydropower Large undeveloped capacity (e.g.
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Score: 421205.47 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...energy/op/nepadkalitsi_ppt.pdf
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Name Unit of measure ment Energy saving options Pessimistic (30% utilization of energy saving potential) Average (65% utilization of energy saving potential) Optimistic (100% utilization of energy saving potential) 1 GDP (cumulative – for the whole period) Bln. AMD 50 262 50 262 50 262 2 Consumption of fuel energy resources without utilizing the energy saving potential ktoe 52 451 52 451 52 451 3 Consumption of fuel energy resources in case of utilizing the energy saving potential ktoe 48 217 43 278 38 339 4 Energy saving potential ktoe -4 234 -9 173 -14 112 5 Energy efficiency of GDP thousand AMD/ kg oe 1,042 1,161 1,311 Annual GDP growth: 4,5% (2010-2014), 5,5% (2015), 5% (2010-2024) Maximum potential for energy saving: 1008 ktoe/year. (...) Pessimistic (30% utilization of energy saving potential) Average (65% utilization of energy saving potential) Energy saving options Optimistic (100% utilization of energy saving potential) Fuel-energy resource consumption excluding the use of energy saving potential (ktoe) Total GDP amount for the whole period (billion AMD) Fuel-energy resource consumption in case of using energy saving potential (ktoe) Energy saving potential (ktoe) GDP energy efficiency (thousand kg.oe). 16THANK YOU RA NATIONAL PROGRAM ON ENERGY SAVING AND RENEWABLE ENERGY Слайд номер 2 Fundamentals of the National Program on Energy Saving and Renewable Energy Слайд номер 4 RA GOVERNMENT ACTION PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RA PROGRAM ON ENERGY SAVING AND RENEWABLE ENERGY ENERGY SAVING ACTION PLAN ENERGY SAVING ACTION PLAN ENERGY SAVING ACTION PLAN ENERGY SAVING ACTION PLAN ENERGY SAVING ACTION PLAN ENERGY SAVING ACTION PLAN Components of 1008 ktoe energy saving potential in Armenia GDP per capita and GDP energy intensity in a number of countries Summery data on the options of utilizating the energy saving potential for the period from 2010 till 2024 Summary Data on the Utilization of Energy Saving Potential Слайд номер 16
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Score: 420878.03 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/prgm...6_Minienergy_Hayk_Badalyan.pdf
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Many (potential) victims are migrants and find themselves in very precarious situations. (...) In addition, trade unions support potential victims in their interactions with government authorities. (...) Q: What are obstacles that prevent trade unions from detecting and referring potential victims to the NRM? Q: How do trade unions facilitate access to remedy for (potential) victims?
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Score: 419224.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783958.pdf
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Q: What are avenues to remedy for (potential) victims other than criminal proceedings? (...) For potential victims in an irregular situation this may be very difficult. (...) Q: What are avenues to remedy for (potential) victims other than criminal proceedings?
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Score: 418443.85 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783961.pdf
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Food safety and quality: Assessment of potential origin-linked quality food products and their demand in Ukraine english FAO Home Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Events Projects Capacity development Scientific advice Emergency prevention system for food safety Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships Food safety and quality | share  >  Events & projects  >  Projects   Project title Assessment of potential origin-linked quality food products and their demand in the Ukraine (TCP/UKR/3201) Facility carried out by the regional office of FAO for Europe and Central Asia (FAO REU) Background and objectives Given the importance of The aim is to explore the possibilities for investments in an enabling environment for GI to play a major role in rural development. Specific objectives were: the assessment of the potential GI products in Ukraine and their supply chains the assessment of the potential demand of Ukrainian consumers for domestic GI products and Ukrainian GI products' potential on export markets the elaboration of recommendations and proposals for follow-up action to enable the Ministry for Agrarian Policies to implement policies in support of the realization of the GI potential in Ukraine Strategy and activities The assessment is based on the inventory of products suitable to acquire GI label and the potential of Ukrainian GI products on export and domestic markets, taking into account the current institutional framework. (...) Outputs Establishment of a selection criteria for origin-linked quality food products and GI products Inventory of origin-linked quality food products Profile card of a short list of potential products suitable to acquire GI label Recommendations and work plan for GI development in Ukraine View full list of projects Related links Quality & Origin - Outputs     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 418259.4 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...ts/listing/quality-ukraine/en/
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This leaves 5 in 10 potential mothers at risk of discriminatory dismissal. In 2021, 89 countries (where almost 5 in 10 potential mothers live) guarantee the right to return to the same or 2 “Potential fathers” are men of reproductive age. (...) In 2021, 138 countries provide a right to time and income security for breastfeeding. These provisions potentially benefit 8 in 10 potential mothers across the world.
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Score: 416994.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_838655.pdf
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Labour inspectors in both countries play an important role in facilitating access to protection for (potential) victims. Labour inspectors typically detect (potential) victims during workplace inspections and refer them to the NRM. (...) They have received specific police training and are thus competent to interview potential victims. Following the interview these inspectors can recommend that a potential victim be granted the reflection and recovery period. (...) Q: How do labour inspectors facilitate access to remedy for (potential) victims? Q: How could labour inspectors’ role in providing access to protection for potential victims be strengthened?
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Score: 416626.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783908.pdf
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Decision on Defence Motion Requesting the Determination of Rules for Communicating with Potential Witnesses of the Opposing Party Case No. (...) MILE MRKSIC _______________________________________ DECISION ON DEFENCE MOTION REQUESTING THE DETERMINATION OF RULES FOR COMMUNICATING WITH POTENTIAL WITNESSES OF THE OPPOSING PARTY _______________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) Furthermore, and according to the Prosecution, the witnesses whom it sought to interview, thus giving rise to the Defence Motion, were not first identified in any communication by the Defence, but were in fact independently identified by the Prosecution as potential witnesses. Response, footnotes 19 and 23.
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Score: 415645.65 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mrksic/tdec/en/030507.htm
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Mitigation options were selected according to their a priori mitigation potential, applicability to the respective regions and systems, anticipated economic feasibility and positive implications on productivity and considering potential trade-offs with other environmental concerns. (...) Explore the mitigation potential . Identification of system specific interventions consistent with development objectives for improving productivity, addressing enteric methane emissions and assessment of the mitigation potential. (...) The study undertakes biophysical modeling and scenario analysis using GLEAM, in order to provide a broad perspective of opportunities and the potential achievable goals in terms of productivity gains and emission intensity reduction potential for the beef sector .
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Score: 414787.5 - https://www.fao.org/gleam/in-practice/en/
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