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Below is one example of doffing. 1. Remove gloves. Ensure glove removal does not cause additional contamination of hands. (...) Remove gown. Untie all ties (or unsnap all buttons). (...) Perform hand hygiene. 5. Remove face shield or goggles. Carefully remove face shield or goggles by grabbing the strap and pulling upwards and away from head.
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Score: 637553.27 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...s/coronavirus_comms_ppehcw.pdf
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Below is one example of doffing. 1. Remove gloves. Ensure glove removal does not cause additional contamination of hands. (...) Remove gown. Untie all ties (or unsnap all buttons). (...) Perform hand hygiene. 5. Remove face shield or goggles. Carefully remove face shield or goggles by grabbing the strap and pulling upwards and away from head.
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Score: 637553.27 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...onavirus_comms_ppehcw11x17.pdf
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Global Climate Goals 4 Most Net Zero Carbon Scenarios even by 2050 Assume Negative Carbon Technologies https://iea.blob.core.windows.net/assets/deebef5d-0c34- 4539-9d0c-10b13d840027/NetZeroby2050- ARoadmapfortheGlobalEnergySector_CORR.pdf Comparison of IEA and IPCC Net Zero by 2050 Scenarios just for the energy sector– all include CDR and CCUS CDR – carbon direct removal CCUS - carbon capture utilization and storage Smith et al., Nature Climate Change DOI 10.1038 (2015) Negative Carbon Technologies put Carbon back into geological, ocean or land reservoirs https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-research-strategy-for-ocean-carbon- dioxide-removal-and-sequestration 2021 New ocean technologies are being proposedSDGs 13, 14,15,17 https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-research-strategy-for-ocean-carbon-dioxide-removal-and-sequestration 6 • Knowledge: The knowledge base is inadequate, based in many cases only on laboratory-scale experiments, conceptual theory and/or numerical models and needs to be expanded to better understand risks and benefits to responsibly scale up any of the ocean-based CDR approaches. • Governance: Social and regulatory acceptability is likely to be a barrier to many ocean CDR approaches, particularly ones requiring industrial infrastructure. (...) Substantial challenges remain, however, particularly for observing impacts on marine organisms and the resulting implications for marine ecosystems as well as documenting regional- to global-scale impacts on ocean carbon storage. • Cost: Accurate estimation of the cost of a CO2 removal approach at low technological readiness is challenging, and costs presented come with considerable uncertainty. (...) Cost discovery will be an important feature of a research strategy that aims to investigate approaches through increasing technology readiness. https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-research-strategy-for-ocean-carbon-dioxide- removal-and-sequestration 2021 We do not know enough about benefits and trade-offs of Negative Carbon Technologies Also IPCC AR6 WGII 2022 provides assessments of latest demonstrations of terrestrial NET https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-research-strategy-for-ocean-carbon-dioxide-removal-and-sequestration 7 Foundations are Funding Research and Development of Negative Carbon Technologies https://www.climateworks.org/programs/carbon-dioxide-removal/ 8 https://www.carbonclean.com/technology CCUS UK, offices India, Spain, US Company Formed in 2009 to Research and Deploy higher tech CCUS Negative Carbon Technologies Technology is now in 44 locations worldwide US, Europe, India, Indonesia 9 Companies are Forming to Research and Deploy ‘New’ Negative Carbon Technologies https://co2revolution.es/ https://www.vesta.earth/ Big Data, Drones, ‘Smart’ Seeds https://flashforest.ca/ US, France, Caribbean, India Spain Canada 10 Proposed Thematic Session 2: Emerging Negative Carbon Technologies to Address Climate Change Potential Speakers ( Need speaker suggestions from Asia, Global South ) • IEA, IIASA or IPCC AR6 speaker – why Negative Emissions Technologies are Important, how they are proposed to be used globally ( in over 100 INDCs ), North-South, potential issues • Keywan Riahi IIASA, AR6 WGIII, also 10-Member Group • Authors of Authoritative Reviews of the technology behind Negative Emission Technologies – knowledge gaps, challenges • Jan Minx, Mercator Research Institute, Berlin, many reviews and assessments 2018, mostly terrestrial • Scott Downey, Chair of 2021 NAS report “A Research Strategy for Ocean-Based CO2 Removal and Sequestration” • CEOs or CTOs of ‘new’ companies, Vesta, Grace Andrews; FlashForest CSO, Angelique Ahlstrom • Senior Director funding CO2 Removal, ClimateWorks Foundation, Jan Mazurek (female )
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Score: 627664.45 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...%20Forum_Cherry%20Murray_0.pdf
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. • We should undertake inclusiveness in our approaches, as oceans can and will act as natural sinks, that will remove and reduce our emissions. • As part of the overarching climate action In the kingdom we believe it’s very important to protect ocean areas especially in the area of removal, • The Kingdom is Planting mangrove trees across its coastal lines, in addition to strengthening and enhancing coral reef restoration programs. (...) Materials circularity will help us in protecting our biodiversity and reduce all types of waste; circularity of emissions will help us achieve our climate goals including ocean related action , by avoidance, abatement and removal of emissions. • We also call for all to joins us in the aim to accelerate the development of innovative approaches and removal technologies, that will enhance ocean- based action. • To conclude, we need inclusivity in our solutions and approaches to reduce and remove emissions.
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Score: 620892.5 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...22-07/SAUDI_ARABIA_%28E%29.pdf
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For example, introducing additional nutrients to enhance photosynthesis of plankton to remove CO2 from the ocean surface and transport it to the deep ocean; cultivating large-scale seaweed to capture carbon through photosynthesis for sequestration; and brightening marine clouds through spraying sea water to deliver cooling locally. (...) v=xlcd0k3fpjE carbon dioxide removal can be deployed and governed such that negative impacts on sustainable development are minimised. With the above in mind, we suggest additional texts as follows: • to paragraph 11 a: “including transdisciplinary knowledge development to better understand and eventually manage risks from temperature overshoot on the one hand, and risks and benefits for the marine environment from potential use of emerging techniques for carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification on the other.” • to paragraph 11 f: “strengthened governance is needed to manage the risks arising for the marine environment from some responses that are intended to reduce the risks of climate change, including risks from maladaptation, adverse side effects of some emission reduction techniques and carbon dioxide removal measures or solar radiation modification approaches.”
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Removal of Marine Debris from Reef Areas in Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu, India, J.K. Patterson Edward | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Sustainable Development Main navigation Home SDG Knowledge Sustainable Development Goals Key Topics 2030 Agenda Capacity Development Publications Intergovernmental Processes High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development UN Conferences and High-Level Events related to sustainable development Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs Second Committee of the UN General Assembly ⭧ SAMOA Pathway ECOSOC Partnership Forum ⭧ HLPF SIDS Small Island Developing States Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS United Nations SIDS Partnerships Awards Partnerships About partnerships The Partnership Platform ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 Engage Events Webinars Member States UN System Stakeholder Engagement News About Removal of Marine Debris from Reef Areas in Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu, India, J.K.
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Score: 565052.93 - https://sdgs.un.org/statements...ndia-jk-patterson-edward-16875
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Microsoft Word - CPD_47th Session_Egypt_statement after adoption_April 2014.docx Main Elements of the Statement by H.E Ambassador Mootaz Ahmadein Khalil Permanent Representative of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the United Nations After the adoption of the draft resolution of the 47th Session of the CPD (12 April 2014)  Egypt requests that the following points be included in the minutes of the meeting: - The Arab Group has proposed a paragraph to be included in the draft resolution, based on previous CPD language, which urges Member States to take concerted actions in conformity with international law to remove the obstacles faced by people living in situations of armed conflict or under foreign occupation. - This paragraph was accepted by all Member States except by one. - In view of the sensitivity of the situation and the current efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East, the Arab Group has accepted not to include this paragraph in the draft resolution. - However, we do not see this as setting a precedent, and we reserve the right to bring this language back next year. - The whole text of the resolution applies to the State of Palestine, which still faces the challenges of oppression and occupation. - We share the concerns raised about the proceedings of this Session. - We now have an adopted text that does not include controversial issues. These issues should have been removed from the text from the start. The Population agenda should not be reduced to these issues.
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Score: 563114.6 - https://www.un.org/development...after_res_2014_egypt_item8.pdf
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In the context of systemic transitions across energy, land, urban and industrial systems, the Special Report assesses adaptation and mitigation options, including carbon dioxide removal (CDR) measures, as well as the enabling conditions that would facilitate implementing the rapid and far-reaching global response. (...) The 2018 Special Report assesses from an extensive literature review the abatement costs, potential for GtCO2 removal per year and side effects by 2050, as well as cross cutting issues and uncertainties for the most studied BECCS and DACCS, as well as a number of proposed emerging CDR technologies. (...) A Research Strategy for Ocean-based Carbon Dioxide Removal and Sequestration. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26278, https://www.nationalacademies.org/our- work/a-research-strategy-for-ocean-carbon-dioxide-removal-and-sequestration 6.
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Score: 562646.7 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...0-%20CO2%20removal%20techs.pdf
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Security Council: Press Release | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice Security Council: Press Release 28 January 2022 SC/14782 Security Council 1970 Sanctions Committee Amends One Entry on Its Sanctions List On 28 January 2022, the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya enacted the amendments, specified with strikethrough and underline, in the entry below on its Sanctions List of individuals and entities. 27 January 2022 SC/14781 Security Council Press Statement on Colombia The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Mona Juul (Norway): 26 January 2022 SG/SM/21121 As Afghanistan ‘Hangs by a Thread’, Secretary-General Says World Must Not Abandon Country’s People, in Briefing to Security Council Following are UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ remarks to the Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan and its implications for international peace and security, in New York today: 25 January 2022 SG/SM/21118 Parties to Conflict Must Minimize Incidental Harm to Civilians, Secretary-General Tells Security Council during Debate on War in Cities Following are UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ remarks to the Security Council open debate on War in Cities:  Protection of Civilians in Urban Settings today: 24 January 2022 SC/14774 Security Council Press Statement on Recent Terrorist Attack in Iraq The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Mona Juul (Norway): 24 January 2022 SC/14773 Security Council ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee Removes One Entry from Its Sanctions List On 24 January 2022, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) concerning ISIL (Da’esh), Al‑Qaida and associated individuals, groups, undertakings and entities removed the entry below from the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al‑Qaida Sanctions List after concluding its consideration of the delisting request for this name submitted through the Office of the Ombudsperson established pursuant to Security Council resolution 1904 (2009), and of the Comprehensive Report of the Ombudsperson on this delisting request. 21 January 2022 SC/14771 Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in United Arab Emirates The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Mona Juul (Norway): 17 January 2022 SC/14767 Security Council ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee Removes 3 Entries from Its Sanctions List On 17 January 2022, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) concerning ISIL (Da’esh), Al‑Qaida and associated individuals, groups, undertakings and entities removed the entries below from the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al‑Qaida Sanctions List. 14 January 2022 SC/14765 Security Council Press Statement on Yemen The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Mona Juul (Norway): 11 January 2022 SC/14763 Rare Moments of Unity on Aid to Afghanistan, Syria Punctuate Security Council Agenda in 2021, as Demands for Vaccine Equity Dominate Year’s Discussions A year into the altered reality that was life during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Security Council found itself in a largely transitional period, focused on shifting geopolitical dynamics and struggling to keep pace with increasingly dire humanitarian needs, as conflicts flared amid the pandemic’s fallout, a vastly unequal recovery began to take shape and extreme poverty rose globally for the first time in decades.   1 of 10 next › Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Highlights Round-up of the Security Council's activities New York, Jan-Dec 2021 Main part of the 76th session of the General Assembly New York, Sep-Dec 2021 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women New York, 15-26 March 2021 Daily Noon Briefing 1 February 2022 The High Commissioner for Human Rights expressed alarm at the continued disappearance of six people abducted in Kabul two weeks ago in connection with recent women’s rights protests. 
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Because all the gases are contained at high pressure, high levels of, particulate, sulfur and mercury removal are possible. Emissions levels from an IGCC unit should be similar to those from a NGCC unit. (...) (see Figure 4) The gas 6 clean-up process is effectively doubled in size to first remove sulfur and then CO2. The CO2 capture and recovery is done at high concentration and pressure and, as such, is cheaper than for CO2-capture from flue gas capture. (...) Quench Gasifier 41.8 atm/1343°C (615 psi/2450°F) Cooling Knockout and Water-Gas Shift Coal Feed (Slurry or Dry) 228,000 kg/hr Bottom Slag 29,900 kg/hr Feed Air 801,000 kg/hr Air Separation Unit Oxygen (95%) 197,000 kg/hr Nitrogen 604,000 kg/hr Combustion Air 2,890,000 kg/hr Electric Power 500 MWe Net Stack Gas 3,140,000 kg/hr 121°C, 1 atm Combustion Turbine/Heat Recovery Steam Generator/Turbine/ Generators Sulfur Removal 99.9+ % Removal CO2 Capture/ Compression 90 % Removal Carbon Dioxide 456,000 kg/hr, 150 atm Figure 4. 500 MWe IGCC With CO2 Capture Next, we will look at the component costs and the cost of electricity (COE) (see Table 1).
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Score: 553223.24 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa.../1485katzer_future_of_coal.pdf
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