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Experts review sufficiency and effectiveness of current measures to tackle air pollution under the Gothenburg Protocol | UNECE Skip to main content Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Experts review sufficiency and effectiveness of current measures to tackle air pollution under the Gothenburg Protocol Experts review sufficiency and effectiveness of current measures to tackle air pollution under the Gothenburg Protocol Climate Change Environment Sustainable Development Air Pollution Convention 26 April 2022 With the review of the amended Protocol to Abate Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-Level Ozone ( Gothenburg Protocol ) under the  UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution well underway, experts further discussed the sufficiency and effectiveness of current measures at the 60th session of the Working Group on Strategies and Review (11-14 April 2022). (...) However, there are still large exceedances of the WHO Air Quality Guidelines for PM10 and PM2.5 and of the critical loads of eutrophication in most parts of the region. (...) Therefore, greater nitrogen emission reductions are needed to allow ecosystems’ recovery and to prevent, among other issues, effects of nutrient imbalances on surface and groundwater quality, on biodiversity, on trees and on the resilience of forests to stress factors such as drought or insect infestation.
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Score: 949138.3 - https://unece.org/media/enviro...llution-Convention/news/366883
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Do individuals and groups have access to sufficient water to cover their personal and domestic needs? (...) Water used by households and individuals for domestic and personal uses must be of sufficient quality to protect their health. Pollution of water by any means, including by agriculture, industry and wastewater must be prevented. (...) If so, how is this done? Has the quality of the water and the water source been tested and/or monitored?
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Score: 947001.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...r/10anniversary/EnglishQns.pdf
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Related topics and programmes Watershed management and mountains Forest and water programme Mountain Partnership Forests help regulate the water cycle, sustain water supply and maintain water quality. Forested watersheds supply approximately 75 percent of accessible freshwater and provide water to 90 percent of the world’s 100 largest cities. (...) It is not only a matter of maintaining forest cover but also ensuring that the forest is of sufficient quality (for example, it has sufficient biomass, biodiversity and health) that it can fulfil soil and water conservation functions.
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Score: 946098.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/sfm/85293/en/
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Are the world's soils capable of continuing to produce sufficient food with their intrinsic characteristics? There are various topics linked to sufficient, safe and nutritious food. One of the main dimensions of food security is sufficient food production, which can be supported by improving integral soil fertility. (...) Scope, goals, and objectives The Global Symposium on Soils for Nutrition aims to review the state of the art on the role of soil fertility in delivering sufficient, high quality, safe, and more nutritious food for better nourished plants, animals, and people.
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Score: 945852.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/..._Symposium_S4N_ConceptNote.pdf
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PROVISIONS CONCERNING QUALITY The purpose of the standard is to define the quality requirements of sweet almond kernels at the export control stage, after preparation and packaging. (...) Classification Almond kernels are classified in the three classes defined below: (i) "Extra" Class Almond kernels in this class must be of superior quality. They must be characteristic of the variety or of the uniform commercial type. 4 They must be free from defects with the exception of very slight superficial defects provided these do not affect the general appearance of the produce, the quality, keeping quality and presentation in the package. (...) Normally developed: almond kernel with its characteristic varietal shape; double or twin kernels are not normally developed. Sufficiently developed: almond kernel of normal shape, without aborted or dried out portions; shrunken and shrivelled kernels are not sufficiently developed.
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Score: 945832.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2001_07.pdf
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It can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live longer and with a higher quality of life, and supports complex medical and surgical procedures. (...) A blood service that gives patients access to safe blood and blood products in sufficient quantity is a key component of an effective health system. (...) However, in many countries, blood services face the challenge of making sufficient blood available, while also ensuring its quality and safety.
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Score: 943951.3 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...y-2018-an-action-of-solidarity
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Food safety and quality: Technical assistance to review the food inspection services in Fiji english FAO Home Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Events Projects Capacity development Scientific advice Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships Food safety and quality | share  >  Events & projects  >  Projects   Project title Technical assistance to review the food inspection services in Fiji  Background Based on the request of the government of Fiji, a review of Fiji’s food inspection system was undertaken in light of the promulgation of new legislation, i.e. the Food Safety Act 2003, the Biosecurity Act 2008 and the Food Safety Regulations 2009, focusing on the legislation, policy and procedures implemented by the various components of the Government of the Fiji Islands with food inspection responsibilities. (...) In reviewing the inspection system, the main focus was on the existence of a legislative basis for inspection activities; whether there was sufficient clarity in the various regulations, policies or other operating procedures to ensure there were no gaps in the system and that duplication was minimized; and, finally, whether there was sufficient infrastructure support to the food inspection system.
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Score: 943951.3 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...sting/food-inspection-fiji/en/
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Animal feeding and water Animals need to be fed and watered with products of suitable quality and safety. Good agricultural practice (GAP) Examples of suggested measures to achieve GAP Objectives/Control measures 3.1. Ensure animal feed and water are of adequate quality 3.1.1 Ensure the nutritional needs of animals are met 3.1.2 Ensure good quality water supplies are provided, regularly checked and maintained 3.1.3 Use different equipment for handling chemicals and feed stuffs 3.1.4 Ensure chemicals are used appropriately on pastures and forage crops 3.1.5 Only use approved chemicals for treatment of animal feeds or components of animal feeds and observe withholding periods - Keeping animals healthy with good quality feed - Preserve water supplies and animal feed materials from chemical contamination - Avoid chemical contamination due to farming practices 3.2. Control storage conditions of feed 3.2.1 Separate feeds intended for different species 3.2.2 Ensure appropriate storage conditions to avoid feed contamination 3.2.3 Reject mouldy feed - No microbiological or toxin contamination or unintended use of prohibited feed ingredients or veterinary preparations - Keeping animals healthy with good quality feed 3.3. Ensure the traceability of feedstuffs bought off the farm 3.3.1 All suppliers of animal feeds should have an approved quality assurance programme in place 3.3.2 Maintain records of all feed or feed ingredients received on the farm (specified bills or delivery notes on order) - Quality assurance programme of feed supplier 4.
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Score: 943904.6 - https://www.fao.org/3/Y5224E/y5224e04.htm
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PROVISIONS CONCERNING QUALITY The purpose of the standard is to define the quality requirements of sweet almond kernels at the export control stage, after preparation and packaging. (...) They must be free from defects with the exception of very slight superficial defects provided these do not affect the general appearance of the produce, the quality, keeping quality and presentation in the package. (...) Normally developed: almond kernel with its characteristic varietal shape; double or twin kernels are not normally developed. Sufficiently developed: almond kernel of normal shape, without aborted or dried out portions; shrunken and shrivelled kernels are not sufficiently developed.
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Score: 943274 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2002_07.pdf
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Food safety and quality: Prevention and control of Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) and Norovirus (NoV) العربية english français Español الصفحة الأولى Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Capacity development Scientific advice Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships   Food safety and quality  >  A-Z index   Prevention and control of Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) and Norovirus (NoV) Hepatitis A virus (HAV) and Norovirus (NoV) are an important cause of food borne disease. The semi processed food may not undergo treatment sufficient to inactivate this viruses, therefore, manufactures may consider enteric viruses as a hazard in developing their HACCP plans.
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Score: 942418.2 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...uality/a-z-index/norovirus/ar/
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