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REPORT : SCOPING MEETING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ARAB CLIMATE OUTLLOOK FORUM, AMMAN, 14 - 16 OCTOBER 2014
He said that ETCCDI recommended simple climate indices based on temperature and precipitation data. The Team had produced standardized and freely available software to calculate consistently derived indices for exchange between researchers. (...) Maps showing differences in monthly average maximum temperature between the present (2006-2010) and the future (2056-2060) were shown for different grid cell resolutions. (...) Almost all submitted questionnaires indicated that participants found their expertise very well suited to the meeting, which had provided them with an excellent opportunity to exchange information with other experts. 39. The majority of participants (82 per cent) indicated that they would like follow-up activities on the establishment of the Arab climate outlook forum and on information exchange between all stakeholders.
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نتيجة: 2109520 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...A/SDPD/2014/WG.7/REPORT&Lang=A
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DRAFT PARIS OUTCOME
Article 3ter (Mechanism to support sustainable development) Art. 3 ter Bracket all paragraphs as implementation of footnote 1 Proposed Mechanism 1: Add additional bullet (d) bis after (d): “Deliver, where desired by participating Parties, a net decrease in or avoidance of emissions; Para 1 Insert ‘INCLUDING REDD+’ after ‘Establishes a multi window mechanism’ Proposed Mechanism 1: para1 (a) Bracket [developing country] and add [to this Agreement] after “Parties” Proposed Mechanism 1: para1 (c) Bracket [by developing country Parties] or remove the first bracket and leave the second Proposed Mechanism 1:para1 (e) Remove the first bracket and leave the second Proposed Mechanism 1: para 2 Remove all in para 2 Proposed Mechanism 1: para3 Remove brackets on the Article 6 Proposed Mechanism 2: Bracket [developing country] and add [countries in economy in transition] Article 4 (Adaptation) Make reference to support clearer; that is, who provides support and to whom Art. 4.1 Include concept of long-term vision Art. 4.3 Include concept of long-term vision Art. 4.3(b) Include concept of “platform” Art. 4.4 Bracket entire paragraph Art. 4.5 Bracket “, with a view to integrating adaptation into relevant socioeconomic and environmental policies and actions, where appropriate” Art. 4.6 Bracket “international cooperation and” Language will be provided in replacement of 4.6 by a group of Parties Art. 4.7 chapeau Bracket “shall” and “cooperation for enhancing” Art. 4.7 (a) Bracket Art. 4.7(b) Bracket “including those” Include “for the implementation of action” Add “support” after “technical support” Bracket “including those under the Convention” Art. 4.7(c) Bracket (in order to allow for consultations with relevant research and systematic observation experts) Art. 4.7(c) Include reference to early warning systems Art. 4.7(d) Bracket “effectiveness” Art. 4.7(e) Bracket “, and challenges and gaps in a manner consistent with encouraging good practices” Art. 4.7(f) Bracket FCCC/ADP/2015/L.6/Rev.1/Add.1 6/11 GE.15-21482 Provision Suggested changes Art. 4.8 Bracket Change “United Nations agencies” for “United Nations specialized organizations and agencies” Art. 4.9 chapeau Exchange for chapeau from compilation text (Art 4.6 chapeau) except words within the bracket [, commitments related to sustainable development,]” Art. 4.9(d) Bracket “enabling environments for” and include word “efforts” at the end of the sentence Art. 4.9(e) Change to “Monitoring and evaluation and learning from national adaptation plans, policies, programmes and actions” Art. 4.10 Exchange for text from compilation text (paras 7(a), 7(b) and 7 bis) Bracket “support” Art. 4.11 chapeau Include language from compilation text to reflect the concept ‘’in a manner that does not create an additional burden on developing countries’’ Art. 4.11(b) Exchange for text from compilation text (Art 4.8 (b)) Art. 4.13 Exchange for text from compilation text (Art. 4.12, option 2) Art. 4.14 Include reference to Art. 10 Article 5 (Loss and damage) Insert option 1 of the compilation Text as an alternative Replace the current bridging proposal with Option 1 of the Compilation document Bracket the entire article Include reference to climate change induced displaced people Art. 5.1 Insert "and shall be bound by the principles and provisions of the Convention, including in particular principle of common but differentiated responsibilities" after "this Agreement". (...) [Placeholder to revisit this para pending outcomes of discussion on accounting] Art. 9.8 Replace ‘common’ with ‘set of’ Both the purpose of transparency of support in Article 6 and the decision elements on MRV of support need to be further refined and discussed in tandem with the MRV of support text currently in Article 6 and the accompanying decision Article 10 (Global stocktake) Art. 10.1 Insert “[take stock of the implementation of this Agreement to]” after “periodically” Art. 10.1 Insert “[the objective of the Convention]” after “towards achieving” Art. 10.1 Replace “long-term goals” with “long-term temperature goal” Art.10.1 Bracket “long term goals” Art. 10.2 Retain reference to 2023 Art. 10.2 Insert “[at regular intervals to be further decided by the CMA]” and bracket “every five years thereafter unless otherwise decided by the CMA” Art. 10.3 Bracket “shall” and insert “[may]” Art.10.3 Bracket “long term goals” Art. 10.3 Bracket “outcome of” and insert “[of the outcome of the global stocktake]” after the word “Parties” in the first sentence Art 10.3 Bracket “[enhancing their successive actions and support]” Art. 10.3 Insert “[taking into account Parties’ differentiated responsibilities and commitments under the Convention]” Art. 10.3 Include reference to aggregate level of ambition communicated by Parties for subsequent periods Article 11 (Facilitating implementation and compliance) Art. 11 A missing bracket at the beginning of the Article. (...) Art. 11.1 Bracket “expert-based” Art 11.3 option 1 The rules of procedure of the [mechanism][committee] should be subject to approval by the CMA at its first session FCCC/ADP/2015/L.6/Rev.1/Add.1 GE.15-21482 9/11 Draft Decision Provision Suggested changes Preamble Pp4 Insert at the end of the paragraph: “adapting to the adverse effects of climate change, and ensuring the provision of finance, technology and capacity building from developed countries to developing countries” Pp5 Bracket ultimate” Intended nationally determined contributions Para. 1 Insert “Implementing” after “Paris” Para. 17 The gap in emissions should be indicated in temperature degrees Para 18 Insert, after Also notes in this context “the adaptation component included..”
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نتيجة: 1728762.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DP/2015/L.6/REV.1/ADD.1&Lang=A
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آلمقم تسة ا
C lim a t ic impact o f a n u c lea r exchange: S e n s i t iv i^ s tu d iee using a genera l c ir c u la t io n model. (...) The e f fe c t s of in te r a c t iv e tran sp o rt and scaveng ing of smoke on t^e c a lc u la te d temperature change re s u lt in g from la rg e amounts of smoke. (...) The E f f e c t s on the Atmosphere o f a Major N uc lear Exchange. N ationa l Academy P re ss , Washington, D .C .
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نتيجة: 1711166.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/40/449/CORR.2&Lang=A
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HUMAN HEALTH AND ADAPTATION: UNDERSTANDING CLIMATE IMPACTS ON HEALTH AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACTION. SYNTHESIS PAPER BY THE SECRETARIAT
Effects of El Niño and ambient temperature on hospital admissions for diarrhoeal diseases in Peruvian children. (...) Notes: (1) Section A of the figure shows daily admissions for severe diarrhoea at the main paediatric clinic in Lima; (2) Section B of the figure shows daily variations in temperature for Lima over the same period. وارحححدو أن رهحححور األمحححراض والتغييحححر احححي التوااحححع ال غرااحححي لهححح ح األمحححراض أاحححد -24 وفةمححا يلححت ب ححا ة المسححائل الرئيسححية المميححرة للقلححق التححي تتطلحح إجححراءات جداححدة ومرتكححر النوا ث الر ةسةة فةما يوصل هبغا األمر: الح يوحواتر ذ ر حا ثحرياً ب الوححارير المنقولحة بالنواقحلالناشحية األمراضتشمل يبأا عحةما املتريحا املحدمة من بلدان رعةا وأفريحةا وأمريكا التتةنةة األمراض ال ينشر ا الب حوض، وا حةكجونحفغجونفةا، وفحريوس روس ريكحر، وفححريوس ولكحن أيسحاً مححى السححن ، ومححى حرب النةحل، ومحححى شو لةشمانةا ال تنحل.ا الكواصحد. (...) و نحاك عت حة تحتأذ مباشحرري بحا أعلحى رجحا ا حرارري يباملشحار ألة.حا بحاخل األمححرا 5 الشحكل والوفةا يباملشار ألة.ا بالحسبان اخلسرايت واألرجوانةةا. 5الشكل عححدد الوايححات المرلحح عنهححا وال ححدان األدنحح واألقصحح لححدرجات ال ححرارة اححي بححاراس أثنححاء 2003 موجة ار بيف عام Source: Based on data retrieved from the European Environment Agency website, originally published in 2009 under the section titled "Number of reported deaths and minimum and maximum temperature in Paris during the heatwave in summer 2003".
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نتيجة: 1510440 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2017/2&Lang=A
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LETTER DATED 28 JULY 2017 FROM THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The main drivers for the increase of sand and dust storms, specifically in arid and semi-arid areas, are the drastic changes in annual rainfall, temperature and droughts as a result of climate change and unsustainable land management and water use. (...) A/71/999 17-13677 11/12 Annex III to the letter dated 28 July 2017 from the Chargé d’affaires a.i. of the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General Tehran Ministerial Declaration We, the Ministers and high-level representatives participating in the International Conference on Combating Sand and Dust Storms: Having met in Tehran to exchange views and share experiences and best practices in combating sand and dust storms and to contribute to global and regional efforts to put forward a concerted and collective response to this serious challenge, Recalling General Assembly resolutions 70/195 and 71/219, United Nations Environment Assembly resolution 2/21, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Congress Decision Cg-XV/3.3.3.6 and Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific resolution 72/7, in which it was acknowledged that sand and dust storms pose a daunting challenge to the sustainable development of affected countries, including and in particular in Asia and Africa, and that coordinated prompt measures are needed to address it at the national, regional and global levels, Acknowledging that sand and dust storms, which are on the rise in terms of severity and frequency in many parts of the world, are detrimental to human health, agricultural land, livelihoods, coastal and marine environment, infrastructure and the socioeconomic systems in all affected countries, Fully aware that sand and dust storms occur because of the natural biogeochemical cycles of the Earth and human-induced factors, including climate change and unsustainable land management and water use, Recognizing the negative impact of sand and dust storms on some countries and regions that are far away from their hotspots, owing to their transboundary nature, Further recognizing that combating the challenge of sand and dust storms requires concerted and collaborative global, regional and subregional as well as national responses to address this phenomenon, and also underlining the role of the United Nations in promoting international cooperation and partnerships among countries and other relevant stakeholders to combat sand and dust storms, Agree to cooperate on combating sand and dust storms at the subregional, regional and international levels on the following: 1. Share information, lessons learned and best practices, exchange views and expertise, develop mitigation and adaptation policies and measures, and exchange technical and monitored data and forecasting information to reduce the risk of sand and dust storms; 2.
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نتيجة: 1380549.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/999&Lang=A
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AGGREGATE EFFECT OF THE INTENDED NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS: AN UPDATE. SYNTHESIS REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
)A(62170-61.EG  مؤتمر الأطراف والعشرون الثانية الدورة 6102الثاني/نوفمبر تشرين 81-7 ،مراكش من جدول
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نتيجة: 1376396.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2016/2&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES ON ITS TWENTIETH SESSION, HELD IN LIMA FROM 1 TO 12 DECEMBER 2014. PART TWO: ACTION TAKEN BY THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES AT ITS TWENTIETH SESSION.
Option 3: All Parties to take action and cooperate to further implement the Convention in order to reach its ultimate objective as stated in its Article 2, on the basis of equity and in accordance with their common but differentiated responsibilities / evolving common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities, by achieving an emission pathway con- sistent with limiting the global average temperature increase to below 2 °C or 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels and with achieving climate resilience. 4. (...) Mitigation Long-term and global aspects of mitigation 13. 13.1 Option 1: All Parties, in accordance with Article 4 and their common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities and on the basis of equity, to enhance mitigation ambition and cooperate with a view to achieving the long-term emission reductions, in the context of Article 2 of the Convention, consistent with limiting the global average temperature increase to below 2 °C or 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels and in the context of equitable access to sustainable development; Option 2: All Parties to make efforts and cooperate on enhancing mitigation ambition to ensure that the aggregate level of mitigation commitments / contributions increases over time, so as to achieve the long-term emission re- ductions, in the context of Article 2 of the Convention, consistent with limiting the global average temperature in- crease to below 2 °C or 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels; Option 3: Parties to make efforts and cooperate to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system, in accordance with the shared vision resulting from the Bali Action Plan, including holding the increase in global average temperature be- low 2 °C or 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels in the context of sustainable development, with developed country Parties taking the lead by undertaking ambitious emission reductions and providing finance, technology and ca- pacity-building support to developing country Parties. 13.2 Parties’ efforts to take the form of: a. (...) Option 1: All Parties in accordance with the principles and provisions of the Convention, its Article 4 and their common but differentiated responsibilities, and previous decisions of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to commit to cooperate to adapt to the adverse effects of climate change, ensure resilience and protect citizens and ecosystems in the context of the long-term temperature limit and to achieve sustainable development, while recognizing the local, national and transboundary dimensions of adaptation: 25.1 All / Developed country Parties to undertake the steps necessary to ensure that the level of support meets the needs for adaptation in developing countries in the context of the long-term temperature limit: Request to the SBSTA to develop methodologies for this purpose; 25.2 All Parties commit to increase efforts to adapt to climate change impacts, reduce vulnerability and increase resilience in the context of the actual increase in global mean temperature, taking into account the relationship between mitigation ambition, associated climate change impacts, and consequent adaptation needs, costs, and co- benefits.
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نتيجة: 1341664.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=FCCC/CP/2014/10/ADD.1&Lang=A
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REVISED GLOSSARY FOR THE PERFORMANCE REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION
The three channels operating entirely within the infrared band are used to detect the heat radiation from and hence, the temperature of land, water, sea surfaces, and the clouds above them. (...) [URL]: http://noaasis.noaa.gov/NOAASIS/ml/ avhrr.html AVHRR/3 Channel Characteristics Channel Number Resolutio n at Nadir Wave length (um) Typical Use 1 1.09 km 0.58 - 0.68 Daytime cloud and surface mapping 2 1.09 km 0.725 - 1.00 Land-water boundaries 3A 1.09 km 1.58 - 1.64 Snow and ice detection 3B 1.09 km 3.55 - 3.93 Night cloud mapping, sea sur- face temperature 4 1.09 km 10.30 - 11.30 Night cloud mapping, sea sur- face temperature 5 1.09 km 11.50 - 12.50 Sea surface temperature ﻦـﻣ ﻒﻴﻄﻟﺍ ﺍﺬﻫ ﺢﻴﺘﻳ ،ﺓﺭﻮﺼﻟﺍ ﺲﻔﻧ ﺱﺎﻴﻗ ﺪﻨﻋﻭ ،ﺔـﳉﺎﻌﳌﺍ ﺪﻌﺑ ،ﺎﳍﻮﻃ ﺚﻴﺣ ﻦﻣ ﺓﺩﺪﻌﺘﳌﺍ ﺕﺎﺟﻮﳌﺍ ﺟﺇ ﺓﺯﺰـﻌﻣ ﺔﻗﺩ ﻱﺫ ﻮﳓ ﻰﻠﻋ ﺩﺪﳛ ﻲﻔﻴﻃ ﻞﻴﻠﲢ ﺀﺍﺮ ﺔﻳﻮﳉﺍﻭ ﺔﻴﻄﻴﶈﺍﻭ ﺔﻴﺋﺎﳌﺍ ﺕﺎﻴﻄﻌﳌﺍ .ﹰﺍﲑﺜﻛﻭ ﺪﻤﺘﻌُﻳ ﺎﻣ ﺾﻌﺑ ﺪﺻﺮﻟ ﲔﺗﺎﻨﻗ ﻦﻣ ﺓﺎﻘﺘﺴﳌﺍ ﺕﺎﻧﺎﻴﺒﻟﺍ ﺔﻧﺭﺎﻘﻣ ﻰﻠﻋ ﺔـﻴﺌﻴﺑ ﺕﺎﻴﻄﻌﻣ ﺱﺎﻴﻘﻟ ﻭﺃ ﺺﺋﺎﺼﳋﺍ . (...) http://www.millenniumassessment.org/document s/document.767.aspx.pdf ﻞﺑﺎﻘﻣ ﺔﻔﻠﻜﺘﻟﺍ ﻞﻴﻠﲢ ﺪﺋﺎﻌﻟﺍ Currency As per the Global Mechanism process, the currency amount is to be given in local currency. If a currency exchange is approximated, the date of the exchange rate needs to be given.
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نتيجة: 1324946.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=ICCD/COP(10)/INF.9&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON FURTHER COMMITMENTS FOR ANNEX I PARTIES UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL ON ITS 7TH SESSION, HELD IN BONN FROM 29 MARCH TO 8 APRIL 2009
A global pathway to limit the increase in global mean surface temperature to less than 2 ºC above pre- industrial levels, as presented in the Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), was often referred to in this context. (...) Based on more recent scientific information that has been made available since the publication of the IPCC AR4, some Parties expressed the view that the increase in global mean surface temperature should be limited to well below 1.5 ºC above pre-industrial levels, and that atmospheric GHG concentrations should be stabilized at levels well below 350 ppm CO2 eq.
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نتيجة: 1300355.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/KP/AWG/2009/5&Lang=A
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اللجنة اال�
التغيرات المتوقعة للهطول المطري والحرارة الصغرى والحرارة العظمى للفترتين 2020-2030 و2050-2040 مقارنة بفترة األساس )2005-1985( في منطقة تل عمارة باستخدام المحاكاة RCA4 للنماذج RCP4.5 وفقا للسيناريو EC-Earth، CNRM-CM5، GFDL-ESM2M 2050-2040 2030-2020 Parameter CNRM-CM5 +18 +2 Precipitation (mm), Seasonal +0.5 +15.7 Precipitation (mm), Annual +1.4 +1 Maximum temperature (oC) 1 0.7 Minimum temperature (oC) CNRM-CM5 -26 +41 Precipitation (mm), Seasonal -45 +102 Precipitation (mm), Annual +1.38 +0.8 Maximum temperature (oC) +0.9 +0.7 Minimum temperature (oC) GFDL-ESM2M -18 -40 Precipitation (mm), Seasonal -20.4 -72 Precipitation (mm), Annual +1.4 +0.8 Maximum temperature (oC) +0.9 +0.4 Minimum temperature (oC) تقييم تأثير التغيرات في المياه المتاحة على انتاجية المحاصيل الزراعية في لبنان نتائج الدراسة 21 الجدول 6. التغيرات المتوقعة للهطول المطري والحرارة الصغرى والحرارة العظمى للفترتين 2020-2030 و2050-2040 مقارنة بفترة األساس )2005-1985( في منطقة تل عمارة باستخدام المحاكاة RCA4 للنماذج RCP8.5 وفقا للسيناريو EC-Earth، CNRM-CM5، GFDL-ESM2M 2050-2040 2030-2020 Parameter CNRM-CM5 -15 +16 Precipitation (mm), Seasonal -62.1 -26.6 Precipitation (mm), Annual +1.5 +1.2 Maximum temperature (oC) +0.9 +0.7 Minimum temperature (oC) CNRM-CM5 +20 +3.9 Precipitation (mm), Seasonal -7 +13 Precipitation (mm), Annual +1.8 +1.2 Maximum temperature (oC) +1.2 +0.9 Minimum temperature (oC) GFDL-ESM2M -75.0 +10.5 Precipitation (mm), Seasonal -77 +22 Precipitation (mm), Annual + 1.8 +1.0 Maximum temperature (oC) + 1.2 +0.8 Minimum temperature (oC) 22 7.
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نتيجة: 1299221.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=E/ESCWA/SDPD/2019/CP.5&Lang=A
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