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And this commitment was directly cascaded to the transport and logistics sector through the National Transport and Logistics Strategy that was launched in July of this year, such as the Saudi Green Initiative that will work to reduce carbon emissions by more than 4% of global contributions, through an ambitious renewable energy program that will generate 50% of the Kingdom’s energy from renewables by 2030, and several other projects in the fields of clean hydrocarbon technologies, estimated to eliminate more than 130 MT of carbon emissions. (...) For social aspect, One of NTLS key objectives is to reduce accidents fatality rate on roads by leveraging and capitalizing on the existing efforts in which fatalities drop from 28 in 2016 to 13.5 per 100,000 citizens in 2020 and targeting to reach below 8 by 2030 by implementing a national safety program that focuses on infrastructure interventions, enhancing the road safety awareness and optimizing the regulation and governance to enable such ambitious target.
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Score: 333858.33 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...0/Saudi%20Arabia%20English.pdf
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TOURISM-RELATED TRAINING PROGRAMS IN ARMENIA Susanna Aghajanyan Education is our passport to the future . (...) Tourism related training programs have major opportunity for achieving sustainability and ensure that tourism contributes effectively. (...) Tourism related education in Armenia is provided in the following fields and specialties specialties of college vocational training, Specialties of higher professional education (bachelor, specialist, master), programs of post-graduate professional education (Ph.D programs), A wide range of programs for supplementary professional training and development.
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Score: 429813.2 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...statements/12104Aghajanyan.pdf
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.  Mini and Micro Hydro considered in a large program for Rural Electrification using Renewable Energy Resources (hydro, solar home systems, off-grid solar power plants.
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Score: 263552.2 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...tatements/4931twagirashema.pdf
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Austria takes this message very seriously, which is why in addition to providing development aid to other countries, the Austrian government has made decent work and education, the rule of law, as well as access to justice priorities of its national work program for the years 2013-2018, and puts a particular focus on youth, women, older persons and persons with disabilities.
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Score: 253701.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...es/statements/20803austria.pdf
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It also pivoted some of its existing capacity building programs and tweaked them in light of the pandemic. (...) It is also very consistent with FabLab Barcelona’s programs on anticipating weak signals and the emergent futures they lead to. (...) The sub-sectoral business reboot toolkits based on a crisis strategy matrix should be fast- tracked and linked to existing recovery programs of the DTI and other agencies. More importantly, entry barriers to these programs should be simplified to also appeal to those in the informal segment of the economy and used as a means to migrate them into the formal sphere with incentives.
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Score: 350206.54 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...city_Building_Event_Report.pdf
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Consultation sessions and mentor discussions covered the design of best practices for space technologies and programs that incorporate women's contributions and diverse sources of knowledge systems and the development of meaningful metrics and indicators for assessing gender equality in space and STEM.
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Score: 295057.13 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...n%20Activities%20in%202021.pdf
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I must express my appreciation and thanks for the enormous effort and success that is been registered under the private sector development programs and today is one such testimony. MADAM CHAIRPERSON This forum is timely considering the current socio-economic crisis being experienced on a global scale by the COVID-19 pandemic. (...) This forum therefore calls for a unified effort to salvage the private sector – the engine of growth into once again sustainable pillar. 6 MADAM CHAIRPERSON I am hopeful by the various presentations outlined in the program guide, that the details of the formalization process would be shared and the exchange of views by the distinguished participants (i.e. experts) would provide the right options and recommendations that will be documented for implementation.
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Score: 297301.22 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...gration%20%26%20Employment.pdf
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5 • Experience building up • Bonn Challenge • REDD+ • Climate benefits increasingly well understood, though issues remain with • implementation • leakage and additionality • delivery on non-GHG benefits • Systematic evidence base needed • Robust program evaluations to evaluate cost- effectiveness • Help improve future programs • Enable adaptive program design • Vast program scale enable unique learning Ecosystem Service Valuation Long history (Faustman 1849, soil conservation 1920s-30s, valuation subfield since 1960s; ecosystem services as conceptual framework since 1990s) Current information on values comes from idiosyncratic studies using different • valuation endpoints • ecological and socioeconomic conditions • valuation methods • non-representative approaches • process models, non-observational methods Measurement, accounting, and management requirements • Empirical (observational) • Representative • Comprehensive and consistent • Link ecological and economic processes (biophysical & economic) Need a concerted effort using a common framework • UN System of Environmental Economic Accounts (SEEA) and Experimental Ecosystem Account (EEA) Thank you INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE
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Score: 399410.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...26865Siikamaki_May_14_2018.pdf
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Venkata Putti Energy Access Program Leader, ESMAP Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 05 December 2013 WB/ESMAP Role in SE4ALL • Governance – WB President co-chair of Advisory Board with UNSG – WB VP member of the Executive Committee – WB staff seconded to Global Facilitation Team in Vienna • SE4ALL Technical Assistance Program (S-TAP) – Development objective is “to support the expansion of access to modern energy services to at least 200 million people by 2030” – Assist about 20 countries towards this objective – First tranche with $15m focuses on 7 countries and 2 regional initiatives • Partial host of the SE4ALL Knowledge Hub • Global Tracking Report (2015) • Validation of multi-tier framework for measurement of access • Readiness for Investment in Sustainable Energy (RISE) • Global State of the Access Report (2015) Country Action Nepal Bangladesh Myanmar Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Senegal Liberia Ghana Guinea Burundi Mozambique S-TAP Coverage Country/Region Focus Burundi Electricity, Clean Cooking Mozambique Electricity, Clean Cooking Guinea Electricity Liberia Electricity Senegal Electricity, Clean Cooking Myanmar Electricity Nepal Clean Cooking Central America Clean Cooking Africa Regional Power Pools Capacity Strengthening Providing Modern Energy Services • Business as usual will not achieve SE4ALL goals by 2030 (or even 2050) • Grid extension will not reach many people in the short and medium terms • Clean and advanced cooking solutions are also not within reach for the majority • Off-grid, mini grid, and household level solutions are clearly a way to go, especially with technological advancements and reduction in costs • Some successes are emerging in solar PV, cookstoves, etc. but at a pilot level The principal challenge is to do a lot more, a lot faster (scale up and acceleration) Initiatives like SE4ALL, GACC, UNDP Bottom-up Strategy, etc. are designed to help the scale up; though success depends on how well they are executed on the ground Enabling Factors • Change in the mindset of policy makers (not just new policies, regulation) and consumers • Effective supply chain management (incl. standards and quality assurance) • Innovative business/financial models for scale up • Access to finance and involvement of local FIs • Risk management tools/instruments (leverage of public finance required) • Decentralized technical and management capacity The ‘scale-up’ challenge informs each of these enabling factors and warrants fresh thinking at macro as well as micro levels
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Score: 351128.69 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...files/statements/4888esmap.pdf
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PowerPoint Templates 1 WOMEN AND WATER SECURITY FOR PEACEBUILDING IN THE ARAB REGION INTEGRATING ACROSS THEMES Expected Outcomes of the Symposium • Develop ways in which women are recognized as agents of change – Strengthen capacities of national and local governments to promote integrated gender programs • Share knowledge and learning on innovative practices in engaging and empowering women, summarized in an edited policy brief • Foster regional/multilateral cooperation and partnerships that support gender-sensitive water security in conflict and post-conflict contexts • Within the UN, increase inter-agency cooperation to pursue women’s empowerment and sustainable water management 2 Symposium Output: Policy Brief • Audience: • Policymakers in governments, international organizations, general public • Dissemination: • Outreach to policymakers and media outlets in the Arab region • Content: • Based on a synthesis of symposium’s discussions and recommendations and expert inputs • Led by PWRC, together with UNDESA and UNESCWA, contributions by a writing team • Format: • Professionally edited and designed • Disseminated electronically • (Arabic version?
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Score: 279851.12 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...PWRCAdeelActionable_Agenda.pdf
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