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Microsoft Word - MOZAMBIQUE.doc Project TCP/MOZ/2904 (A) “Support for the Implementation of the Forest and Wildlife Legislation in Mozambique” Forest Law Enforcement in Mozambique An
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Score: 125327.54 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/1...85b235f259ee318ea021d19764.pdf
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In the ensuing discussion, one participant pointed out that the effects of substituting wood products for energy-intensive materials, must be included in the assessment, noting that this is only one example of the difficulties faced when assessing the carbon budget of various types of forest management.
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Score: 326508 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/18489/en/
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Laws that fail to recognize local forest management institutions undermine them & police action substitutes for dialogue. Recognize & support community efforts to protect forests.
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Score: 202608.84 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/1...fee4a81f23cdb836e261ad00ab.pdf
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.) – Middle East peace process – Transcript (excerpts) Palestine question , Peace process , Quartet Sources: Secretary-General Entity: State , United Nations system Type Transcript Country: Austria 04-Nov-2006 Austrian Foreign Minister: “Violence no substitute for political process” – Austrian FMA press release/Non-UN document Gaza Strip , Incidents , Incursions , Peace proposals and efforts Sources: Entity: State Type Press Release Country: Austria 10-May-2006 Austrian FM Plassnik: “Help for the Palestinians – but no funding for violence and terrorism” – EU Presidency press release/Non-UN document (excerpts) Assistance , Peace process , Quartet , Terrorism ECPres_QuartetMtg-Remarks Sources: European Union (EU) Entity: Intergovernmental organization or multilateral , State Type French text , Press Release Country: Austria 14-Mar-2006 Austrian Fed.
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Score: 177369.14 - https://www.un.org/unispal/country/austria/page/2/
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If this trend continues, nutritious crops such as fruits, nuts and many vegetable crops will be substituted increasingly by staple crops like rice, corn and potatoes, eventually resulting in an imbalanced diet. 5.
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Score: 497710 - https://www.fao.org/zhc/detail-events/en/c/428504/
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Its flowers can be a substitute for rennet in cheese-making and its leaves are considered to possess diuretic effects, improve gall bladder and liver function and stimulate digestion.
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Score: 528500.7 - https://www.fao.org/zhc/detail-events/en/c/356766/
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Post-conditions (optional) Derived – Equivalent cloud service selection (See clause 7.2) requirements – Prevention of service termination during migration (See clause 7.5) Table I.12 – A use case of cloud service substitution Title A use case of cloud service substitution. Description This use case describes a substitution of cloud service used as a member of an integrated cloud service in cloud service brokerage to keep the SLA between a CSN: cloud service broker and a CSC.
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Score: 795542.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page176.html
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No single solution has emerged to substitute the many 100s of legacy IT systems that exist in any city.
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Score: 582560.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ons/S4-3-Davor%20Meersman.pptx
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At its resumed sixty-second session, in June 2008, the General Assembly requested the Secretary-General to ensure a clear chain of command, accountability, coordination and maintenance of an adequate system of checks and balances; to address systemic issues that hampered good management of the Organization, including by improving work processes and procedures, and in that context stressed that structural change was no substitute for managerial improvement; also requested the Secretary-General, when submitting his budget proposals, to include details of the full annual cost of posts for the subsequent budget; reaffirmed the need for effective and efficient administration and financial management of peacekeeping operations, and urged the Secretary-General to continue to identify measures to increase the productivity and efficiency of the support account; reaffirmed that the support account funds should be used for the sole purpose of financing human resources and non-human resource requirements for backstopping and supporting peacekeeping operations at Headquarters, and that any changes in that limitation required the prior approval of the General Assembly; approved the support account requirements in the amount of $273,922,800 for the financial period from 1 July 2008 to 30 June 2009, including 1,122 continuing and 98 new temporary posts and their related post and non-post requirements; and decided on the financing of the requirements for the support account for the same period; reaffirmed paragraph 67 of its resolution 61/279 , and requested the Secretary-General to include information on measures taken to address the management challenges posed by the new organizational structure of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations/Department of Field Support, and the improvement that it had brought in ensuring efficiency in the support of peacekeeping operations and special political missions, and coordination with the Department of Political Affairs, in the context of the comprehensive report to be submitted at the second part of its resumed sixty-third session; and reiterated its request in paragraph 13 of its resolution 60/268 and paragraph 32 of its resolution 61/279 , and urged the Secretary-General to submit the comprehensive report on the evolution of the support account at the second part of its resumed sixty-third session within the context of his next budget proposal for the support account (resolution 62/250 ).
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Score: 368793.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth/63/aai/132.shtml
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