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While in 1990 an area of 32 ha was covered with fast-growing indigenous tree species, by 1997 the total area increased to 4000 ha, comprising pure plantation, mixed plantation, natural regeneration forest, grasslands and lakes. (...) In order to diversity tourism activities, the community also started canoe and nature guiding programmes. The KMTNC / NCRTC started conduction nature guide training for youths, and more than 300 people participated in this type of training. (...) Arun Rijal, Senior Botanist King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation G.P.O. Box 3712, Kathmandu, Nepal Tel. 977-56-29362, 977-1-526571; Fax 977-1-526570 Mr.
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Score: 866774.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...success_stories/csd7/tour9.htm
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Other products that were made are fruit juices, nectars, syrups and marmalades; tomatoes pasta and puree among others. This experience shows how community involvement in food processing can help promote the reduction of food loss and waste, improving nutrition and becoming a model for inclusive agribusiness. (...) This practice demonstrates how food availability can be improved by promoting food processing practices based on artisanal conservation techniques , contributing to lower the stress on natural resources and strengthening food availability in a context where, according to FAO, every year one third of food available to human consumption is lost or wasted.
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Score: 865836.7 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/.../news/newsdetails/ru/c/265473/
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Other products that were made are fruit juices, nectars, syrups and marmalades; tomatoes pasta and puree among others. This experience shows how community involvement in food processing can help promote the reduction of food loss and waste, improving nutrition and becoming a model for inclusive agribusiness. (...) This practice demonstrates how food availability can be improved by promoting food processing practices based on artisanal conservation techniques , contributing to lower the stress on natural resources and strengthening food availability in a context where, according to FAO, every year one third of food available to human consumption is lost or wasted.
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Score: 865836.7 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-ar/ar/c/265473/
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With regard to industrial relations, participants noted the changing nature of the world of work, including the increase in part-time, freelance and temporary 1 GB.287/12. (...) In response, employers’ organizations needed to widen services beyond purely labour issues, providing members with services based on their core business which meet the emerging needs of enterprises. 4.
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Score: 865836.7 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/gb/docs/gb291/pdf/stm-3.pdf
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Transdisciplinarity basically includes cooperation between researchers and a debate with the society at large Transdisciplinarity and research funding: some serious challenges Assessing the projects: Multidisciplinary projects:  Well accepted, use of peer reviewers from different disciplines  Comparatively “easy” to evaluate and identify “excellence” Interdisciplinary projects:  More complex, less established  A “new” evaluation criteria in H2020 Multidisciplinary projects:  No clear evaluation guidelines, resistance from “pure” academics  Requires participation of users/stakeholders in the evaluations  In its embryonic stage, e.g. not even mentioned in H2020 Experiences from RCN  Reluctance form researchers – seen as obstructive to academic careers  Reluctance among potential peer reviewers – not seen as “serious” research, feel on shaky ground  Inability to understand “value” of other disciplines to some extent and especially when it comes to including “lay-people”  No defined expertise in transdisciplinary approaches  Reluctance among funders to adopt non-traditional paths to knowledge creation Implementation of SDGs – a breakthrough for sustainability science? (...) Future Earth  Has adopted a SuS approach since its inception Belmont Forum  Example of how national funders can put together joint calls on a global level – “a global co-fund model” Swiss Academy of Sciences  Have developed a Handbook of Transdisciplinary Research ICSU/ISSC  Spearheading integration of natural, social and human sciences Most urgent task: Define a SuS research agenda based on a transdisciplinary approach Policy makers, research councils, industry and civil society must get together to  Make SuS known among themselves and society at large  Establish basic SuS frameworks  Establish assessment criteria for SuS projects  Establish multi-stakeholder panels  Identify relevant indicators
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Score: 865836.7 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ion_janhaakonsenmonteverde.pdf
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The only exception is Brazil that produce for internal market 1.5 million cars/year like other countries, but they are FLEX-FUEL CAR that run with pure ethanol or gas ethanol (mixture of 20-25% ethanol in gasoline) or any mixture of this 2 two fuel. (...) BRAZIL ENERGY MATRIX RENEWABLE ENERGY-------------43,9% Hydraulic and Electrical--------------14,4 Wood and charcoal-------------------13,2 Biomass from sugarcane------------13,5 Others -------------------------------------1,5 NON RENEWABLE ENERGY----- -56,1% Petroleum-diesel, etc--------------------39,1 Natural Gas---------------------------------8,9 Coal-------------------------------------------6,7 Uranium-------------------------------------1,5 Hydrogen and fuel cells have been attracting more and more attention since the last decade.
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Score: 865836.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ts/farmers_renewable_03may.pdf
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With regard to industrial relations, participants noted the changing nature of the world of work, including the increase in part-time, freelance and temporary 1 GB.287/12. (...) In response, employers’ organizations needed to widen services beyond purely labour issues, providing members with services based on their core business which meet the emerging needs of enterprises. 4.
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Score: 865836.7 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...lm/gb/docs/gb291/pdf/stm-3.pdf
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My last thought before I lost consciousness, was how pure evil can exist in this world.  “I turned around and, in the dim light, I saw men and boys coming towards us. (...) My last thought before I lost consciousness, was how pure evil can exist in this world.” This was the wrenching story from Larise*, an internally displaced person from Eastern Congo (in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, DRC), during Dr. (...) Pressing challenges DRC faces pressing humanitarian challenges, compounded by the impact of COVID-19 , natural disasters, localized conflict and disease outbreaks.
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Score: 864035.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/05/1092292
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Let me be clear:  degradation of nature is not purely an environmental issue.  It spans economics, health, social justice and human rights.  (...) Healthy wetlands mitigate flooding. We have natural solutions at our fingertips to protect us from natural disasters, job loss and economic fallout.  (...) I welcome the Leader’s Pledge for Nature and coalitions such as the Campaign for Nature launched at the Climate Action Summit last year. 
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Score: 862298.1 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2020/sgsm20298.doc.htm
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Score: 861879.2 - https://en.unesco.org/50-years...co-water-programmes/milestones
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