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Some of UNODA’s publications are available as e-books, which can be purchased from a number of commercial retailers and downloaded to an e-reader portable device.
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Score: 449246.5 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...cations-fact-sheet-Jul2017.pdf
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untitled IV GENEVA CONVENTION RELATIVE TO THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIAN PERSONS IN TIME OF WAR OF 12 AUGUST 1949 PART I General Provisions Article 1 Respect for the Convention
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Score: 262325.44 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ity-crimes/Doc.33_GC-IV-EN.pdf
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untitled III GENEVA CONVENTION RELATIVE TO THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR OF 12 AUGUST 1949 PART I General Provisions Article 1 Respect for the Convention
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Score: 132779.3 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ty-crimes/Doc.32_GC-III-EN.pdf
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Implement the 6Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair, Rethink, and Refuse in order to fulfill a net-negative carbon future to reverse environmental degradation; 7. Use our purchasing power to encourage businesses to prioritize sustainable models and environmental well-being over short-term profits; 8.
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Score: 387233.45 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u..._climate_compact_uncsc2019.pdf
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Microsoft Word - VNR PAPER.FINAL.08.05.2020 (002) 1 Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) Division for Inclusive Social Development (DISD) Note This report has been issued without formal
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Score: 100321.92 - https://www.un.org/development.../05/VNR-PAPER.FINAL_.08.05.pdf
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Chapter I RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE CONFERENCE Resolution 1 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action * The Fourth World Conference on Women , Having met in Beijing from 4 to 15 September 1995, 1.
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Score: 23368.6 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/beijing/pdf/BDPfA%20E.pdf
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Hereby, we the youth pledge to: Raise awareness in our own communities about policy that is detrimental to the health of our planet and promote policy which works to confront the main causes of the climate crisis; Educate ourselves, our families, and our networks through formal and informal channels, including social media, on the impacts that we as individuals and as a collective society have on the climate through daily lifestyle choices; Innovate climate-conscious solutions to local and global challenges and support scaling of sustainable products for widespread use; Advance the widespread education of women and girls, understanding that doing so is a critical step in combating climate change; Be mindful of the effects of our consumption, compounded in the manufacturing, transport, storage, sales, use, and disposal of products; Implement the 6Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair, Rethink, and Refuse in order to fulfill a net-negative carbon future to reverse environmental degradation; Use our purchasing power to encourage businesses to prioritize sustainable models and environmental well-being over short-term profits; Prioritize environmentally friendly mobility options; influence relevant governing bodies to center the “Avoid, Shift, and Improve” framework in their building of sustainable local mobility systems and infrastructure; Properly dispose of waste, and advocate for improved waste management infrastructure;  Avoid single-use plastic products and packaging to reduce the accumulation of waste;  Shift our diets to be plant-forward and climate conscious, reducing meat consumption and demanding reforms in food production industries as appropriate;  Call attention to the environmental harms caused by factory farming and unsustainable agricultural practices; opt for local food and support sustainable producers;  Caution against the toxic composition and limit our use of certain cosmetic, personal care, cleaning, and menstrual hygiene products, thereby reducing their contribution to pollution and ozone depletion;  Reduce consumption of products that exacerbate deforestation and urge our governments to improve forest ecosystem health and reforest desertified land;  Protect forests and rainforests, which produce large amounts of oxygen, from fires and destruction;  Use renewable sources of energy such as hydropower, solar, wind, geothermal, and biomass when accessible; divest from fossil fuels, mining, and other businesses that profit at the expense of our planet;  Commit to conserving current energy reserves and sources through sparing usage only when necessary, effectively reducing carbon output and protecting energy security;  Invest in climate solutions and green jobs, ensuring our industrial transition toward a net-negative economy is just, equitable, and does not leave people and communities behind;  Integrate climate-resilient infrastructures and business models to reduce the effects of natural disasters;  Support organizations that strive to reduce negative impact on the environment while actively engaging in innovative and sustainable practices;  Actively participate in climate-related political processes, maximizing the voice of the people and challenging the influence of profiteers; urge political representatives to understand the pressing nature of the climate crisis and support policies that promote the health of our planet;  Condemn laws and regulations that deny environmental justice to and disproportionately affect marginalized groups; call attention to the disproportionate effects of climate emergencies on developing countries, especially the Least Developed Countries;  Mobilize to remedy the disproportionate effects of resource depletion, environmental degradation, and pollution on vulnerable populations, such as indigenous peoples;  Foster inclusion when addressing the pledges in this Compact, realizing that collaboration within and between communities is crucial in ending the climate crisis;  Acknowledge all forms of life on Earth, understanding that we are all interconnected in the global ecosystem.
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Score: 366971.07 - https://www.un.org/en/node/58646
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UN DESA Policy Brief No. 129: The monetary policy response to COVID-19: the role of asset purchase programmes 9 February 2022 Central banks have relied heavily on unconventional monetary policy tools, especially large-scale asset purchases, to respond to the pandemic. (...) But the central bank asset purchases have also contributed to an underpricing of risk and sharp increases in asset prices.
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Score: 547123.83 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dpad/category/un-desa/
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MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROPOSING COMPANIES Proposing Companies must be one of the following options: a) OPTION 1: be one of the following professional Organizations: • American Public Works Association (APWA); • Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT); • City & Guilds; • European Logistics Association (ELA); • Institute for Supply Management (ISM); • Institute of Supply Chain Management (IoSCM); • Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI); • Institute of Transport Administration (IoTA); • Fleet Management Association (NAFA); • Supply Chain Canada; • The Association for Operations Management (APICS/ASCM); • The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT); • The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP); • The International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute (PSCMI). b) OPTION 2: be one of the Organizations or commercial Companies that are qualified and officially recognized to deliver professional Qualification training courses accredited by one or more of the above listed professional Organizations.
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Score: 303456.45 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/eoi19813.pdf
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