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Poll results The identified barriers and possible focus areas were then aligned with a range of potential policy and market solutions by means of an interactive poll, where participants were able to indicate their preferred mechanism to address these challenges. (...) In terms of the most preferred measures and incentives to support the development of recycling industries, participants preferred legislation that provided incentives and clear definitions, thereafter showing an equal preference for market interventions and manufacturing requirements favouring recycling. (...) However, respondents also showed almost the same preference for targeted technical assistance and capacity building, with trade liberalization being the least preferred option.
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Score: 946088.5 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...dustries%20Meeting%20Final.pdf
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Since access discovery and selection require both terminal and network parts to be involved, there are two distinct methods to exchange the details of access and user preferences. The principle to estimate a solution has two aspects: 1) cost: Is it less expensive? (...) For example, when a person enters a coffee shop, they may prefer free access. However, this kind of selection refers to user location where the access is deployed separately; only users can acquire the complete access list dynamically. (...) This Recommendation describes scenarios, requirements, unified registration solutions, and other aspects such as security and pricing for intelligent access selection in multi-connection.
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Score: 944206.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page282.html
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Applied Global User Preferences Converged Service 7. Modified [ 1. Call (Request) ] = (PSTN-to-WiMAX translation + Global User Preferences) ] FMC: 3. Find Called 9 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop “Mobile Telecommunications and Fixed/Mobile Convergence – the realities going forward” Kyiv, 12 – 14 September 2005 Cross-provider “Follow Me” Service IP Network FMC Solution 1. Call (Request) PSTN Network 2. No answer 3. (...) Applied Global User Preferences Converged Service 7. Modified [ 1. Call (Request) ] = (PSTN-to-WiMAX translation + Global User Preferences) 12. [ 8.
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Score: 942626.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...9/presentations/s2-3-smith.pdf
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On preferences, we would like to have an effective solution that takes on board the interest of the African Group. We also share the position of the ACP Group on preferences. On domestic support, we urge the developed countries to take a leading role in ensuring that we achieve a substantial reduction in trade distorting domestic subsidies. (...) Mr Chairman, In NAMA, the African Group calls for a satisfactory outcome on flexibilities for developing countries, Preferences and Non-Tariff barriers. We also expect modalities that would address our concerns regarding sectoral initiatives.
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Score: 939703.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/meet08_stat_ken_21jul_e.doc
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Current situation: Mainstream companies focus on cost-savings Past: Niche focus Technology has potential to bridge this gap Global Survey of Environmental Attitudes Countries: Americas: United States, Brazil Asia: Australia, China, Japan EMEA: France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands Respondents: Managers Workers General public • 16,823 people interviewed • Representing global population of ~ 2 billion people Overview of Survey Results > 50% likely to purchase products and services from a company with a good environmental reputation. 80% prefer working for an organization with a good reputation for environmental responsibility. (...) Being Green as a Competitive Advantage Corporate Social Responsibility – Importance of being a global citizen Brand value – >50% of consumers more likely to buy from companies with good environmental reputations Access to talent – 80% of people prefer to work for organizations that are environmentally friendly – Raise employee morale – Engage and empower employees Videoconferencing as a Viable Solution Average customer reduces unnecessary meeting travel by 30% Good green reputation attracts and empower employees Cost reduction – average customer reduces travel cost by more than 30% Most customers realize ROI within one year Productivity gains throughout the organization http://onetandberg/C15/Telepresence/Telepresence Experia Images/TANDBERG_Experia_Prod_People.jpg Customer Case Studies Vodafone Saved over 13,500 flights per year through videoconferencing, reducing carbon emissions by over 5,000 tons. (...) Thank you www.tandberg.com The Role of Videoconferencing in Reducing Travel About TANDBERG The Green Wave – Attitudes are Changing The Green Adoption Curve Global Survey of Environmental Attitudes Overview of Survey Results Being Green as a Competitive Advantage Videoconferencing as a Viable Solution Customer Case Studies Thank you
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Score: 935077.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/0F/T060F0060080005PDFE.pdf
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Such finding makes incorporating cities as an integral part of durable solutions a necessity. A new report by Roberts and Okanya (2020) examines the living conditions of IDP migrants in four Nigerian cities. (...) This is important because they know their realities and their preferences would ensure that such interventions are sustainable. ■ Multi-Stakeholder Engagement: In cities, various non-state actions currently support this group in unstructured ways and therefore would have key lessons to inform intervention processes, therefore, these various groups should be included in the planning and implementation of such efforts. ■ Technical Support for Preferred Host Communities: The prevalent factor prompting IDPs to end up as homeless people in cities and eventually set up the new informal shelters is due to the discrimination against this population in existing urban slums and established informal settlements (Roberts and Okanya, 2018). The 2020 case-study by Roberts and Okanya proposes that to curb such discrimination, it is critical for intervention strategies to include engagement of preferred destination for IDP migrants, as well as with the communities that they migrate to.
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Score: 932949.5 - https://www.un.org/internal-di...rebecca_enobong_submission.pdf
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Legal Process Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Background Information Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Thailand Energy Consumption,1989-1998 ! (...) #$#%&'()$%*+#% 2+-&4")%(')-%)"#% ,*+1#)%23%5*2#55('4% *'/6-+%('7#')(.#$ 377./.35/GB<η 7-3 H0 35 /G B<0 Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Harmonisation • Two main types of harmonisation: testing methodology and efficiency levels (eg MEPS) • MEPS harmonisation would be preferable, but given different levels of development and cultural preferences, it is unlikely that the full MEPS harmonisation will occur in the near future • Hence we recommend focusing upon testing methodology harmonisation • It should be noted that many of TISI’s test procedures are already harmonised with international testing standards Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Summary of Proposed MEPS in Thailand Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Products Coverage ! (...) Implement as soon as possible after MEPS approved Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Impacts and Issues of MEPS Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Impact Analyses !
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Score: 931458.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...es/energy/op/clasp_mepsppt.pdf
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Rather than focus on one bad option, we focus on choices and opportunities We move from problems to solutions We assure ourselves that the solutions we are advocating are preferable to the hazards we are replacing We encourage transparency and documentation Leading firms and governments are already experimenting with alternative assessment tools Rather than focus on one bad option, we focus on choices and opportunities We move from problems to solutions We assure ourselves that the solutions we are advocating are preferable to the hazards we are replacing We encourage transparency and documentation Leading firms and governments are already experimenting with alternative assessment tools Alternatives AssessmentAlternatives Assessment Definition Alternatives Assessment is a process for identifying and comparing potential chemical and non-chemical alternatives that can be used as substitutes to replace chemicals or technologies of high concern. (...) Substitution processes need annotated Inventories of preferred substitutes 4. Substitution processes need to take place within Comprehensive Chemicals Frameworks 3. Substitution processes need annotated Inventories of preferred substitutes 4. Substitution processes need to take place within Comprehensive Chemicals Frameworks Six Steps to Developing a Substitution Strategy Six Steps to Developing a Substitution Strategy 5.
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Score: 931354.4 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ms/forum6/ppt_subst_geiser.pdf
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Postal Solutions LibanPost’s digital journey: Serving customers with an effective e-commerce strateg Contact us Events EN FR Login Close News & Media UPU Partner with us Members' Centre Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Postal Technology Centre Products Programmes & Services Addressing Solutions Compendia Direct Marketing E-commerce Express Mail Service Physical Services Letter Post Forms Parcel Post Forms Postal Supply Chain Security Transport Customs Remuneration Quality of service Quality of Service Fund Member Countries International Bureau Rules and Procedures Projects and Finance QSF Activities Board Settlement systems UPU*Clearing PPS*Clearing Standards Trade facilitation Capacity Building Development Cooperation UPU presence in the field South-South & Triangular Cooperation Postal Reform Training & Distance Learning Disaster Risk Management Emergency and Solidarity Fund Easy Export Financial Inclusion Technical Assistance Facility Addressing Assistance to Countries COVID-19 UPU action on network disruptions caused by COVID-19 Postal social financial and trade services during COVID-19 Business support and trade services Resources for member countries Login Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback   News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 EN  /  FR Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal   News & Media UPU Partner with us Members' Centre Postal Solutions Close Postal Solutions LibanPost’s digital journey: Serving customers with an effective e-commerce strategy   Published: 21.06.2021 Share Facebook Twitter Copy link To surf the booming e-commerce wave, LibanPost chose to transform its traditional way of doing business. (...) The intent was to keep in mind, at every stage of the transaction, the importance of offering a flexible solution that accommodates clients’ preferences, in a seamless way, for a better online shopping experience. (...) By Khalil Daoud, Chairman and Managing Director, LibanPost Blog Share Facebook Twitter Copy link   Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal   Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback   News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal  
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Score: 928504.9 - https://www.upu.int/en/Blogs/P...n-effective-e-commerce-strateg
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Around the world, companies are building and testing solutions that will allow consumers to buy what they want when they want it by using their mobile devices. (...) The service will reference the traveler's corporate travel policy and travel preferences and the ticket's restrictions and fare information. A filtered list of flight options will be generated and transmitted back to the device, allowing the traveler to book the preferred flight and receive confirmation. The service will be demonstrated at the Telecom 99 show in Geneva, providing a first glimpse of its capabilities and the coming world of wireless travel solutions.
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Score: 927218 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht10/tra-10.html
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