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On 11 February 2020, the Respondent informed the Tribunal that the Applicant had been appointed Executive Secretary of the Convention on the Protection of Migratory Species of Wild Animals at the D-1 level. 11. On 5 March 2020, the Applicant submitted that she maintained her appeal against the decision to abolish her post and her request for compensation for the moral damages she suffered as a result of the actions of the Administration. (...) She was placed on several temporary positions until her ultimate selection to the post of Executive Secretary of the Convention on the Protection of Migratory Species of Wild Animals at the D-1 level. The Applicant’s request to be placed on a post at the D-1 level post is therefore moot.
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Score: 941923.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-047.pdf
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On 11 February 2020, the Respondent informed the Tribunal that the Applicant had been appointed to the position of Executive Secretary, Convention on Migratory Species, UNEP, at the same level of the Applicant’s current contract.
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Score: 924369 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-037.pdf
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After an unsuccessful attempt to resolve this case amicable, on 11 February 2020, the Respondent informed the Tribunal that the Applicant had been appointed to the position of Executive Secretary, Convention on Migratory Species, UNEP, at the same level of the Applicant’s current contract and sought a finding that the Administration has fulfilled his obligations to find an alternative position for the Applicant under staff rule 9.6(a). 3.
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Score: 900377 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-045.pdf
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These species include fish, jellyfish, snails, prawns, urchins and more. (...) Impact on local species Reports relate the appearance of some new non-indigenous species with the decline of abundance of some local species. (...) Overall, non-indigenous species compete with indigenous species for space, food and other resources and can lead to a decline or replacement of populations of several local species.
Language:English
Score: 865654.9 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/en/c/1538019/
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These species include fish, jellyfish, snails, prawns, urchins and more. (...) Impact on local species Reports relate the appearance of some new non-indigenous species with the decline of abundance of some local species. (...) Overall, non-indigenous species compete with indigenous species for space, food and other resources and can lead to a decline or replacement of populations of several local species.
Language:English
Score: 865654.9 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/ru/c/1538019/
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Invasive species: impacts on forests and forestry English FAO Home Forestry Forest invasive species Background information Introduction and spread Forest sector impacts Positive Negative Conflict species Pest management options Regional networks Forestry guide to ISPMs Country pest overviews Pest species profiles Invasive tree species database Prosopis spp. programme Workshops and meetings Publications FAO State of the World's Forests Working papers Unasylva Other Non-FAO Instruments and programmes Links Invasive species: impacts on forests and forestry send by email Negative impacts of invasive species on forests and forestry Invasive species negatively impact the forest sector in economic, ecological, environmental, social and health terms. (...) If introduced or spread into habitats with closely related species, alien species could interbreed with native species resulting in changes to the genetic makeup of either species which could result in a reduction in the survival of either species, creation of a more successful invader, or the creation of hybrids that could be more susceptible to certain pests and pathogens. (...) Through their impacts on species and ecosystem processes, invasive species can result in the fragmentation, destruction, alteration or complete replacement of habitats which in turn, has cascading effects on even more species and ecosystem processes.
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Score: 865027.9 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/aliens/52522/en/
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Increasingly, an additional and more severe threat has been affecting the forest sector worldwide - invasive species. Indeed invasive species is considered to be "an alien species whose introduction and/or spread threaten biological diversity” (Source: CBD Glossary ). (...) If introduced or spread into habitats with closely related species, alien species could interbreed with native species resulting in changes to the genetic makeup of either species which could result in a reduction in the survival of either species, creation of a more successful invader, or the creation of hybrids that could be more susceptible to certain pests and pathogens. (...) Some examples of conflict species include the following. -- Pinus and  Eucalyptus  species are the most important introduced species used in commercial forestry enterprises worldwide and most particularly in the tropics and subtropics.
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Score: 864728.4 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/pests/99465/en/
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These species include fish, jellyfish, snails, prawns, urchins and more. (...) Impact on local species Reports relate the appearance of some new non-indigenous species with the decline of abundance of some local species. (...) Overall, non-indigenous species compete with indigenous species for space, food and other resources and can lead to a decline or replacement of populations of several local species.
Language:English
Score: 864667.6 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/news/detail/ar/c/1530228/
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These species include fish, jellyfish, snails, prawns, urchins and more. (...) Impact on local species Reports relate the appearance of some new non-indigenous species with the decline of abundance of some local species. (...) Overall, non-indigenous species compete with indigenous species for space, food and other resources and can lead to a decline or replacement of populations of several local species.
Language:English
Score: 864667.6 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/news/detail/en/c/1530228/
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These species include fish, jellyfish, snails, prawns, urchins and more. (...) Impact on local species Reports relate the appearance of some new non-indigenous species with the decline of abundance of some local species. (...) Overall, non-indigenous species compete with indigenous species for space, food and other resources and can lead to a decline or replacement of populations of several local species.
Language:English
Score: 864667.6 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/news/detail/ru/c/1530228/
Data Source: un