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NOTE VERBALE DATED 16 MARCH 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GERMANY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE UNITED NATIONS FORUM ON FORESTS
Forests and their sustainable management are core aspects of SDG15 on life on earth and its targets. Forests can contribute to achieving all of the SDGs and their associated targets. (...) (c) Global goals and targets build on country priorities and realities. (...) e) Given the relation between indicators and targets, the proposed set of forest related indicators should be adjusted to include indicators related to the global forest goals and targets of the IAF Strategic Plan.
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Puntuación: 1054274.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.18/2017/7&Lang=S
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SUMMARY REPORT ON PROGRESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STRATEGIC APPROACH TO INTERNATIONAL CHEMICALS MANAGEMENT FOR THE PERIOD 2014–2016
K1900024 210219 SAICM/OEWG.3/5 Distr. general 9 de enero de 2019 Español Original: inglés Grupo de Trabajo de composición abierta de la Conferencia Internacional sobre la
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Puntuación: 1040182.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=SAICM/OEWG.3/5&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR IMPLEMENTAITON ON ITS FORTY-SECOND SESSION, HELD IN BONN FROM 1 TO 11 JUNE 2014.
Naciones Unidas FCCC/SBI/2015/10 Convención Marco sobre el Cambio Climático Distr. general 16 de julio de 2015 Español Original: inglés GE.15-12078 (S) 061015
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Puntuación: 1026828.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2015/10&Lang=S
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NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE PARIS AGREEMENT. SYNTHESIS REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
Almost all Parties also provided information on the reference year, base year, reference period or other starting point for measuring progress towards the target. Many of those Parties are measuring the achievement of their targets against a base-year level, with many selecting 1990 and others 2005, 2006, 2010, 2013 or 2017. (...) Almost all Parties provided a quantified value for their reference indicator for either the base year, the target year or both, as appropriate. 76. Almost all Parties have updated the basis for defining their targets, including reference points and ‘business as usual’ scenarios. Although such updates lead to higher-quality NDCs, for some Parties they lead to significant changes in the estimated emission levels for 2025 and 2030, for reasons other than changes to target levels. 77. All Parties that included strategies, plans and actions as referred to in Article 4, paragraph 6, of the Paris Agreement provided other information for clarification, including on expected levels of emission reduction or prevention, increased forest coverage, reduction of deforestation, energy efficiency targets, renewable energy share or other non-GHG policy targets. 78.
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Puntuación: 1019574.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/2&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR IMPLEMENTATION ON ITS FORTY-FIRST SESSION, HELD IN LIMA FROM 1 TO 8 DECEMBER 2014
GE.15-01874 (S) 020415 070415  Órgano Subsidiario de Ejecución Informe del Órgano Subsidiario de Ejecución sobre su 41º período de sesiones,
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Puntuación: 1014907.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2014/21&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON FURTHER COMMITMENTS FOR ANNEX 1 PARTIES UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL ON ITS RESUMED 5TH SESSION, HELD IN BONN FROM 2 TO 12 JUNE 2008
Round table on the means to reach emission reduction targets ................................... 10 II. (...) Some Parties suggested that discussion is also needed on sectoral crediting based on no-lose targets, emissions trading based on sectoral targets and options to enhance the contribution of the CDM to global mitigation efforts. 18. (...) One Party further proposed that the UNFCCC could develop specific reduction or limitation targets, while ICAO and IMO could provide the technical expertise on how such targets could be achieved. 34.
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Puntuación: 1012299.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=FCCC/KP/AWG/2008/3&Lang=S
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NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE PARIS AGREEMENT. REVISED SYNTHESIS REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
All Parties provided information on mitigation targets or mitigation co-benefits resulting from adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans in their NDCs (see figure 1), which range from economy-wide absolute emission reduction targets to strategies, plans and actions for low-emission development, to be implemented within a specified time frame or implementation period: (a) Some Parties included absolute emission reduction targets expressed as an emission reduction from the level in a specified base year, ranging from 7.2 to 88.0 per cent. (...) In addition, a few of these Parties expressed their target as a carbon budget in addition to the absolute target, establishing an overall limit on GHGs to be emitted over a specified period of time (e.g. between 2021 and 2030); (b) Many Parties included relative targets for reducing emissions below the ‘business as usual’ level by a specified target year, either for the whole economy or for specific sectors, ranging from 5 to 103.5 per cent and thus achieving carbon neutrality; or emission intensity targets for reducing specific GHG emissions per GDP unit relative to a base-year (e.g. 1990) level; (c) Some Parties included strategies, plans and actions for low-emission development reflecting their particular national circumstances; (d) Some Parties provided information on mitigation co-benefits resulting from their adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans, mostly in combination with other targets. 34 Including emissions from countries that are not Parties to the Paris Agreement, a harmonization factor to ensure comparability with SSP scenarios assessed by the IPCC, and emissions from international aviation and maritime transport, which accounted for approximately 1.2 and 1.5 per cent, respectively, of total global emissions in 2019. 35 In line with anthropogenic land-use emissions and removals in the scenarios assessed by the IPCC, although actual directly induced net emissions from LULUCF could be higher.
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Puntuación: 1006296.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CCC/PA/CMA/2021/8/REV.1&Lang=S
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NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE PARIS AGREEMENT. SYNTHESIS REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
All Parties provided information on mitigation targets or mitigation co-benefits resulting from adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans in their NDCs (see figure 1), which range from economy-wide absolute emission reduction targets to strategies, plans and actions for low-emission development, to be implemented within a specified time frame or implementation period: (a) Some Parties included absolute emission reduction targets expressed as an emission reduction from the level in a specified base year, ranging from 7.2 to 88.0 per cent. (...) In addition, a few of these Parties expressed their target as a carbon budget in addition to the absolute target, establishing an overall limit on GHGs to be emitted over a specified period of time (e.g. between 2021 and 2030); (b) Many Parties included relative targets for reducing emissions below the ‘business as usual’ level by a specified target year, either for the whole economy or for specific sectors, ranging from 5 to 91 per cent; or emission intensity targets for reducing specific GHG emissions per GDP unit relative to a base-year (e.g. 1990) level; (c) Some Parties included strategies, plans and actions for low-emission development reflecting their particular national circumstances; (d) Some Parties provided information on mitigation co-benefits resulting from their adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans, mostly in combination with other targets. 34 Including emissions from countries that are not Parties to the Paris Agreement, a harmonization factor to ensure comparability with SSP scenarios assessed by the IPCC, and emissions from international aviation and maritime transport, which accounted for approximately 1.2 and 1.5 per cent, respectively, of total global emissions in 2019. 35 In line with anthropogenic land-use emissions and removals in the scenarios assessed by the IPCC, although actual directly induced net emissions from LULUCF could be higher.
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Puntuación: 1006296.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/8&Lang=S
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symbol=E/RES/2018/13 7 FCTC/COP1(17), FCTC/COP2(13), FCTC/COP3(16), FCTC/COP4(9), FCTC/COP5(8), FCTC/COP6(11), FCTC/COP7(10), FCTC/COP8(19) 8 FCTC/COP7(10) 9 A/RES/73/2, A/RES/66/2, A/RES/68/300 10 https://www.who.int/sdg/targets/en/ 11 https://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/about_the_gc/Integrity_measures/integrity-recommendation-2017.pdf https://treaties.un.org/pages/ViewDetails.aspx? (...) symbol=E/RES/2018/13 https://www.who.int/sdg/targets/en/ https://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/about_the_gc/Integrity_measures/integrity-recommendation-2017.pdf
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Puntuación: 1000085.7 - https://www.who.int/fctc/appen...eeting-uganda-july-2019-es.pdf
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GREENHOUSE GASES, SECTORS AND SOURCE CATEGORIES TO BE COVERED, AND POSSIBLE APPROACHES TARGETING SECTORAL EMISSIONS :DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Approaches targeting sectoral emissions in Annex I Parties could assist Annex I Parties in reaching their national emission reduction targets and could cover both producing and consuming sectors. (...) Approaches targeting sectoral emissions, within the mandate of the AWG-KP and according to its work programme, should not: • Replace national targets of Annex I Parties; • Lead to commitments for non-Annex I Parties; • Constitute a means of arbitrary or unjustifiable discrimination or a disguised restriction on international trade. 3. (...) Limiting or reducing emissions from aviation and marine bunker fuels as a means for Annex I Parties to reach their emission reduction targets in accordance with Article 2, paragraph 2, of the Kyoto Protocol. 2.
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Puntuación: 990026.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=FCCC/KP/AWG/2008/L.6&Lang=S
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