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., today announced at MIPJunior in Cannes, France, details of their collaboration to incorporate a number of the Sustainable Development Goals into the storylines of the animated children’s television series Thomas & Friends™. (...) The collaboration was formed out of a series of writers’ workshops organised by the UN’s Creative Community Outreach Initiative in January 2017, where the Thomas & Friends™ production team worked with experts from the United Nations and several of its funds, programmes and agencies to identify the SDGs most organic to the Thomas & Friends™ storylines and that could most readily be adapted for a preschool audience. (...) Once children understand these concepts, they will grow to be more responsible adults. ” Kate Schlomann added: “ We see great value in the Sustainable Development Goals and chose the ones that felt most natural to the Thomas & Friends™ storyline and provided opportunity for a new type of life lesson using messaging that is easy to understand for a preschool audience.
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Score: 1568106.8 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...development-goals-to-children/
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INFORMATION ON WORK RELATED TO SCENARIOS AND MODELS
Scenarios include a set of consistent storylines and a quantitative analysis of its consequences by using models. (...) Q2/2019  Initial storyline development Development of storylines on “what the world looks like” within each of the nature perspectives, and policy options and interventions required for these visions. (...) Storylines are quantified by assessing plausible socio-economic developments that fit the qualitative storylines.
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Score: 1563903.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=IPBES/7/INF/11&Lang=E
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GE.13-70042 Commi
Narrative indicators can be drawn from local storylines, i.e. documented histories of successes and failures experienced by a particular site threatened by DLDD processes. In addition to feeding indicators into global reporting, storylines can also provide the information and knowledge base for understanding local DLDD processes. 10. (...) The SDUDP development will rely on two pillars: the available systemic knowledge about the dynamics of desertification and the new findings from local storylines. Storylines should ideally provide the information required to understand the dynamics of DLDD processes.
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Score: 1492650.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=ICCD/CST(S-3)/L.4&Lang=E
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GE.13-70056 Commi
Narrative indicators can be drawn from local storylines, i.e. documented histories of successes and failures experienced by a particular site threatened by DLDD processes. In addition to feeding indicators into global reporting, storylines can also provide the information and knowledge base for understanding local DLDD processes. 15. (...) The SDUDP development will rely on two pillars: the available systemic knowledge about the dynamics of desertification and the new findings from local storylines. Storylines should ideally provide the information required to understand the dynamics of DLDD processes.
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Score: 1485609.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ICCD/CRIC(11)/14&Lang=E
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But in Lebanon, they are resuming their work and continuing the tradition of telling the stories so integral to their culture. (...) The wait has been long and tensions are running high. This is the basic storyline for the third part of a series on social issues that has been shown each of the last two years during Ramadan. (...) The basic storyline is told through an alien who is looking for a new world, one that does not have a ruler or people to be ruled.
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Score: 1470716.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/hk/en/44...dan-soaps-film-in-lebanon.html
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The guide addresses key aspects of writing about data, including the importance of finding a storyline, what constitutes a statistical story, how to write a statistical story in journalistic style and how to make the data “stick”. (...) Why tell a story? The mandate of most statistical agencies is to inform the general public about the population, society, economy and culture of the nation. (...) An effective way for a statistical office to communicate through both means is to tell a statistical story that is written as clearly, concisely and simply as possible.
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Score: 1438570.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2006/UNECE_weekly_2006-156.pdf
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Young people are also involved in developing the storylines, ensuring the drama remains relevant. UNICEF More than a radio show The Shuga team has taken the show from the airwaves into communities. (...) Shuga has also been transposed to comic books that were distributed throughout schools, extending the storylines and re-iterating key messages. Working across multiple platforms has helped increase audience engagement and extend coverage. (...) Rapid SMS texts to market the show and announce events have been sent to over one million mobile phone subscribers. Telling young people what to do rarely works, but engaging them in the lives of others can be a powerful way to influence behaviour.
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Score: 1435528.8 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/sto...ies/spoonful-of-shuga-botswana
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PATHWAYS TO SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
Target group and beneficiaries 11. The narrative storylines and pathways to be modelled will be developed with a global view until 2050, but recommendations that emerge from the work will focus on the ECE Region (and sub-regions). (...) While the narrative storylines and modelled scenarios will outline global futures to sustainable energy, the development of scenarios, policy actions and policy pathways will focus on the ECE region. (...) Finalization of narrative storylines for sustainable energy futures and related assumptions, risks and challenges: Aligning four ECE storylines developed since 2015 with existing five SSP scenarios, utilizing available quantified datasets from Shared Socio- Economic Pathways (SSPs); 22.
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Score: 1424007.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=ECE/ENERGY/2016/7&Lang=E
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GE.13-61790 Confe
Building and continuously updating storylines at representative hot and cold spots (see section II.A below) in each country emerges as the main source of local information ICCD/COP(11)/CST/2 6 (documentation and ground survey), which can be shared between Parties and framed in global assessments. (...) Documenting hot/cold spots offers an opportunity to initiate storylines, which would improve scaling and country comparability. (...) The national level should be responsible for identifying sites and systematically gathering the storylines coming from local ME that are required to understand the dynamics of DLDD.
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Score: 1406686.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=ICCD/COP(11)/CST/2&Lang=E
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Storylines also do not assign probabilities to the likelihood of any future. Within the Pathways project storylines are further used as an organizing framework for the scenarios to be developed as part of the modelling. (...) The choice of markers was based on which of the initial quantifications best reflected the storyline, and the features of specific models. Markers are no more likely than other scenarios, but are considered by the SRES writing team as illustrative of a particular storyline.
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Score: 1364525 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...ary_Pathways.To.SE.Project.pdf
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