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Oceans also provide huge amount of natural resources, and therefore, we believe that oceans are an important element for sustainable development. (...) Sustainable forest management is the central part of this issue, and we think that the criteria and indicators established by many fora for SFM and Global Forest Resources Management by FAO will contribute to the effective monitoring and implementation of targets for forests. (...) First, on biodiversity, we believe that sustainable use and management of natural resources in the secondary natures, such as farmland and secondary forests, are important, and to this end, Japan has been promoting Satoyama initiative which was approved at COP10 of CBD.
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Score: 171790.95 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...files/statements/6290japan.pdf
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Industrial Development and natural resources management.doc CSD 14 Statement by the Norwegian Delegation 4 May 2006 Industrial development and sustainable natural resource management Thank you Mr. (...) One way of integrating ecosystem aspects into industrial development is to take the value of the nature into account and correct the historic bias against natural resources when it comes to weighing the costs and benefits of particular economic choices. (...) We and other stakeholders in this initiative believe that transparency can have a catalytic effect in improving revenue management in resource-rich countries. The EITI is gaining ground with more than twenty countries that have committed themselves to its principles and criteria.
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Score: 173260.34 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...s/norway_consumption_04may.pdf
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NOTES FOR THE THEMATIC DISCUSSION AT CSD 14 (2006) Industrial development and sustainable natural resource management Thursday, May 4 t", 15:00 - 18 :00 Rm 2 Mr. Chairman : The Canadian delegation is pleased to have the opportunity to share its experiences in promoting industrial development )based on sustainable natural resource management . We believe that natural resources endowment~provides a fundamental opportunity for poverty alleviation if production and use of resources c i-s-carried out in a manner consistent with sustainable development principles . Almost all countries, have access to some mineral resources which makes them an important focus for development.
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Score: 195495.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...s/canada_consumption_04may.pdf
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Including the following projects: • Installing the Natural Gas Pipeline allowing major industries to benefit from the clean energy resource. • Phasing out of Lead in our Gasoline • Introduction of a light rail Public Transportation amid at minimizing negative transport related gas emissions. • Transforming Electric Generation Power Plants from Fossil Fuel to Natural Gas through the application of CDM. • Applying the CDM financing to the Methane to Energy at major landfills. • The Phase out of CFCs called for under the Montreal Protocol.
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Score: 125002.15 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ents/jordan_27feb_industry.pdf
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Chief, Policy and Analysis Branch UNDESA/DSD HLPF Side Event, 1 July 2015, CR-1 The GSDR and GSDR Briefs can be found here: https:// sustainabledevelopment.un.org/globalsdreport/2015 https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/globalsdreport/2015 https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/globalsdreport/2015 Possible Roles for the HLPF for Strengthening the Science Policy Interface SDGs as Integrated Web SDG Coverage of the 72 Selected Global Scenario Models Oceans, Seas, Marine Resources & Human Well-being Nexus
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Score: 152897.97 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...esentation-Side%20Event_v1.pdf
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SDG 17, which reads “Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development”, recognizes partnerships as important vehicles for mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, technologies, and financial resources to support the achievement of the SDGs in all countries, particularly developing countries. (...) Activities • Mapping of expertise and conducting needs analysis on integrating SDGs in the higher education community. • Organize knowledge sharing workshops (virtual or in-person, depending on the availability of resources) on various aspects of identified expertise and needs. • Pair organizations in partnerships to deepen relationships and knowledge sharing to advance SDG integration. • Develop a simple toolkit on Integrating SDGs into higher education, drawing from existing material, results from the other HESI Action Groups, and from the knowledge workshops.
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Score: 152242.87 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...HESI%20Partner%20Programme.pdf
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Name: Rosario del Pilar Diaz Garavito Position of the speaker: Executive Director of The Millennials Movement Ocean Conference Plenary: Enhancing the conservation and sustainable use of oceans and their resources by implementing international law, as reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea June 30th, 2022, Lisbon, Portugal Your excellencies, stakeholders and young generations My name is Rosario Diaz Garavito, I am from Peru. (...) My region, the Latin American and Caribbean region is the most deadly and hostile for environmental defenders, where each day we see more laws put in place in order to monitor, regulate, limit and criminalize civil society and dissidents voices who are demanding the protection of our ecosystems including our oceans and hydric resources. The youths of our region face police repression and violence, losing our environmental defenders’ parents, but also our eyes and our lives. https://beacons.ai/the.millennials.movement contacto@themillennialsmovement.org https://sdgs.un.org/events/enhancing-conservation-and-sustainable-use-oceans-and-their-resources-implementing https://beacons.ai/the.millennials.movement mailto:contacto@themillennialsmovement.org Stablish and recognize a formal stakeholders’ participation mechanisms that widely call all and diverse stakeholders following this conference, specially the younger generations including diverse groups and networks of children, adolescents and youth, mobilizing resources to ensure their participation. To allocate the needed resources and work on regional responses, including a regional preparatory processes towards the next Ocean Conferences organized jointly with the UN regional Commissions and Regional Stakeholders.
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Score: 180263.53 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...e%20Millennials%20Movement.pdf
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It is important that industrial development grows in an efficient manner while using fewer resources, in other words to become greener. Indonesia, as well as other countries, is of the view that Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) is pertinent, nonetheless the important question is on its implementation. (...) Lastly, education could become a pillar of human resource development in order to increase national industrial capacity that could contribute to the MDGs.
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Score: 165524.78 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ts/indonesia_1may_industry.pdf
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This scenario will therefore, lead to increased consumption of household chemicals across many expanding and upcoming urban centres in Africa. 10. Cheap labour and resources and weak environmental management capacities, provide an economic opportunity for relocation of some industries from industrialized countries to Africa (e.g. tanneries, lead acid battery recycling, etc.). (...) Africa has the opportunity to add value to its rich natural resources. This would however increase the use of chemicals and therefore require strong policies. (...) This support should be extended towards helping them achieve their commitments under the JPOI and MDGs, including through the development of their human, institutional and technical resources for achieving environmentally sound management of chemicals.
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Score: 114000.99 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...Report-on-ChemicalsSummary.pdf
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Inadequate spatial planning will lead to increased conflict over space and resources. Climate change impacts add further pressure to the cumulative impacts on oceans. (...) To this aim, we consider that the following targets need to be integrated in the following framework: • Rebuilding and restoring the marine ecosystems, including marine biodiversity and fish stocks, at healthy and resilient levels; • Reducing pollution from land-based sources and ships (including oil platforms and exploitation of mineral resources); • Protecting and restoring the coastal and marine areas critical to food security and livelihoods through effectively and equitably managed systems of marine protected areas (MPAs); • Sustainable fisheries which integrate the regenerative capacity of stocks, the endangered species enhanced protection and the reduction of risks of bycatch of certain species (dolphins); • Managing and controling all types of maritime uses and assessing, understanding and mitigating all types of marine environmental impacts(including the effects of climate change and other types of land-based pollution). (...) Co-Chair, At this stage in the process our approach would be to acknowledge an intense and mutually supportive relation between forests and SDGs and to examine thoroughly all benefits and possible targets for having forests either spread over several goals or being included under a cross-cutting goal e.g. related to natural resources that allows to encompass other issues such as land, energy, biodiversity, water and targets on poverty reduction and economic development of rural population, ecosystem resilience and restoration and sustainable agriculture.
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Score: 158540.26 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...les/statements/6575romania.pdf
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