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The innovative air and water cooling and heating system uses the seawater of the Atlantic Ocean as heat source and heat sink. During hot summer months, pre-cooled water is created by pumping filtered sea water through plate heat exchangers to a primary pre-cooling water circuit. (...) The chillers can also produce hot 2 water for winter heating and pre-heated domestic water for washing. Some chillers are designed to produce both chilled and hot water simultaneously. This results in significant electrical savings when both hot and chilled water are required.
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Score: 893841.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...l_buildings_using_seawater.pdf
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To establish training needs on current standardization areas, hot topics and future networks for operators and regulatory authorities in Africa and coordinate the organization of technical tutorials in the region on such topics with ITU-T SG13. (...) To disseminate relevant information provided by ITU-T on current standardization areas, hot topics and future networks standards and document relevant use cases, architectures and services including emerging mobile services. To provide a better follow up from and to the focal points identified on current standardization areas, hot topics and future networks in African countries.
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Score: 893841.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...3/sg13rgafr/Pages/mandate.aspx
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Volcano hazards that may impact forests include: gases , such as sulphur dioxide, carbon dioxide and hydrogen fluoride lahars – volcanic flows composed of hot or cold water and rock fragments landslides lava flows pyroclastic flows – fast-moving currents of hot rock and gas that travel downhill along slope depressions tephra – fragments of volcanic rock and lava that become airborne through explosions or the rise of hot gases.
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Score: 893526 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/abiotics/71651/en/
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Kabalo , ZICTA, Zambia [ Biography  | Abstract  | Presentation ] Importance of Standardization for the African Countries : Rim Belhassine-Cherif, Products and Services Executive Director, Tunisie Telecom, Tunisia [ Biography | Abstract | Presentation ] Importance of Standardization: James Amissah Hammond, Ghana Standards Authority, Republic of Ghana [ Biography  | Abstract | Presentation ] ​   Q&A             ​ ​12:30 - 14:00 ​ Lunch Break ​ ​14:00 - 15:45 Session 2: Standardization Hot Topics 1, IMT-2020 Moderator :  Leo Lehmann , SG13 Chairman [ Biography ] Speakers: IMT-2020/ 5G, Much More than Pure Radio Aspects : Leo Lehmann , SG13 Chairman [ Biography  | Abstract | Presentation ] Towards more flexible networks: backyard of IMT-2020: Takashi Egawa , NEC   [ Presentation ] (Remote Participation) Paving the Way to IMT-2020: Ali Amer , Senior Expert/advisor, Saudi Telecom Company-STC, Saudi Arabia [ Biography | Abstract | Presentation ] (Remote Participation) IMT Vision Towards 2020 and Beyond: Nicholas Muzhuzha , POTRAZ, Zimbabwe [ Biography | Presentation ] The 5G Wireline Challeng : Peter Ashwood-Smith, Huawei Canada and Chairman, FG IMT-2020 Wireline [ Presentation ]  Initial Requirements from Africa on IMT-2020 : Simon Bugaba , Uganda Communications Commission [ Biography  | Presentation ] ​ Q&A ​ ​15:45 - 16:00 ​Coffee Break ​ ​16:00 - 17:00 Session 3: Standardization Hot Topics 2, Trust This session will highlight the concept of Trust in ICT Infrastructure, and present the main standardization activities in this domain while articulating visions on the future Information Society. (...) : Samuel Acquah-Bartels , Vodafone, Republic of Ghana [ Biography  | Presentation ] ​   Q&A ​17:00 - 17:45 ​ Panel Session (Part 1): Importance of Standardization of SG13 Hot Topics for African Countries This Panel will discuss the importance of standardization of SG13 hot topics, presented during the Day 1 of the Workshop (i.e. (...) Kabalo , ZICTA, Zambia [ Biography ] Speakers:                          Standardization Activities on Cloud Computing : Rim Belhassine-Cherif, Tunisie Telecom, Tunisia [ Biography | Abstract | Presentation  ] African Countries and Cloud Computing: Soumaya Benbartaoui , ARPT, Algeria [ Biography | Presentation ] (Remote Participation) Cloud Manager Approach: Abdallah Ajlani , Ericsson, Tunisia [ Biography  | Presentation ] Overview of International Standards for Cloud Computing: Jamil Chawki , Orange [ Biography  | Presentation ] (Remote Participation) Cognitive Cloud Computing Era is Coming: Mounir Ferjani , IBM, Tunisia [ Biography ] Q&A ​ ​11:15 - 11:30 ​Coffee Break ​ ​11:30 - 13:00 ​ Session 5: Standardization Hot Topics 4, Big Data This session will discuss the main advances in technologies, services and standards related to Big Data, and the major activities of SG13 and ITU on this topic.
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Score: 891124.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...on/201603/Pages/Programme.aspx
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FEED TANKS.................................................................................................................... 4 4. HOT WATER SUPPLY, COLD WATER SUPPLY AND LOOP PIPES ................................... 4 5. (...) Heating cable A self-regulating heating cable must be installed on hot water pipes in situations where a loop circuit is not possible. A heating cable to maintain a hot water temperature of 55 °C must be installed between the pipe and the insulation.
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Score: 891124.2 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...s_Version-du-28-06-2016_EN.pdf
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The geothermal waters contain rich minerals and there is a significant prospect to utilize these hot water resources for purposes such as warming greenhouses for off-season vegetable production to supplement winter diets. Moreover, the hot water can also be used for space heating and poultry farming in high-altitude areas. (...) “Findings reveal that the available geothermal resources of hot water springs in high altitude areas of GBAO have great potential to help in producing food at minimum costs year-round,” noted Aziz Ali.
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Score: 889666.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/154284
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The geothermal waters contain rich minerals and there is a significant prospect to utilize these hot water resources for purposes such as warming greenhouses for off-season vegetable production to supplement winter diets. Moreover, the hot water can also be used for space heating and poultry farming in high-altitude areas. (...) “Findings reveal that the available geothermal resources of hot water springs in high altitude areas of GBAO have great potential to help in producing food at minimum costs year-round,” noted Aziz Ali.
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Score: 889666.9 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...prove-food-security-tajikistan
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In Central Asia, the weather was generally hot and dry, with temperatures and rainfall close to the annual norm. (...) In Afghanistan, the weather was dry and hot in the valleys and with some scattered precipitation in the mountainous areas. (...) In Tajikistan, the weather was hot and dry and average temperature was 2°C higher than the climatic norm.
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Score: 889019.2 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb6827en/cb6827en.pdf
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See Runway Safety Hot Spot Checklist 1.5 for more details. yes no Does the RST develop and run local awareness campaigns that focus on local issues, for example, producing and distributing local hot spot maps, or other guidance material such as FOD control as considered necessary? (...) yes no Does the RST periodically review compliance related safety cases, aerodrome certificate alternative means of compliance and deviations? yes no Runway Safety Hot Spots Does the RST conduct Runway Safety Hot Spot awareness campaigns? yes no n/a Does the RST review or propose additional visual aids (signs, markings and lighting) to mitigate Runway Safety Hot Spots? yes no n/a Does the RST review or propose establishment of alternative routings to mitigate Runway Safety Hot Spots?
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Score: 883676.2 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...l%20Checklist%20for%20RSTs.pdf
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In Kenya’s Low-Income Settlements, A Hot Lunch Uplifts Education | Africa Renewal Skip to main content   Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Digital Digital Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Podcast Search form Search Campaign In Kenya’s Low-Income Settlements, A Hot Lunch Uplifts Education Get monthly e-newsletter News In Kenya’s Low-Income Settlements, A Hot Lunch Uplifts Education By:  WFP Photo: WFP/Martin Karimi A pupil gets a hot lunch in Kibera, Nairobi. Photo: WFP/Martin Karimi In Nairobi’s informal settlements, WFP is providing a hot lunch to around 82,000 pupils in 92 schools.
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Score: 881066.3 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ts-hot-lunch-uplifts-education
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