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CLIMA Durante abril, la temperatura promedio en Guadalajara alcanza un máximo de 33°C (92°F), y un mínimo de 15°C (59°F). (...) Para más información, por favor visite: http://www.banxico.org.mx/portal-mercado-cambiario/foreign-exchange- markets--exc.html 6. ALOJAMIENTO Los organizadores recomiendan hospedarse en alguno de los siguientes hoteles, en los cuales existen tarifas preferenciales. Hotel Hilton Guadalajara Av. de la Rosas No. 2933, C.P. 44530 http://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/MXJO0043 http://www.banxico.org.mx/portal-mercado-cambiario/foreign-exchange-markets--exc.html http://www.banxico.org.mx/portal-mercado-cambiario/foreign-exchange-markets--exc.html http://www.google.com/url?
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Canada looks forward to participating fully in the information exchange and to working towards further elaboration of the work program of the two new agenda items at SBSTA 21 (...) models), Parties need to exchange views on the effective scope and limits of the modelling exercise, and on how adaptation policies could integrate the results of modelling exercise. (...) The EU would further welcome an exchange of views on key vulnerabilities identified by parties through applying these methods and corresponding approaches to adaptation and its limits.
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Puntuación: 1222521.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/SBSTA/2004/MISC.12&Lang=S
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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” FCCC/ADP/2015/L.6/Rev.1/Add.1 GE.15-21482 6/11 Provision Suggested changes Art. 4.7(f) Bracket 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 th e 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 9/11 GE.15-21482 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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Puntuación: 1210961.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DP/2015/L.6/REV.1/ADD.1&Lang=S
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FCCC/SBSTA/200
The reception rate of GSN temperature and precipitation data via CLIMAT messages is raised from about 65% in 2005 to nearly 80% in 2007. The activities of JMA as GSNMC have contributed to the better exchange of climatological observation data. 2. (...) Activities in the NWP in the area of data and observations are undertaken in line with the objective in the annex to decision 2/CP.11 to advance subtheme a (ii), “Improving collection, management, exchange, access to and use of observational data and other relevant information on current and historical climate and its impacts, and promoting improvement of observations, including the monitoring of climate variability”. 2 Contributions and outlook at Community Level The European institutions and agencies have been mobilising important resources, e.g. under the impulse of the Sixth Environmental Action Programme, 2001-2010, which has climate change as one of its four - 20 - priorities, 2.1 Contribution to improved understanding of current and historical climate The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF1) has as its main purpose to develop and provide numerical weather forecasting resource focusing on the time range from a few days to a few weeks.
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Puntuación: 1177965.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/SBSTA/2007/MISC.23&Lang=S
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HUMAN HEALTH AND ADAPTATION: UNDERSTANDING CLIMATE IMPACTS ON HEALTH AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACTION. SYNTHESIS PAPER BY THE SECRETARIAT
El gráfico 4 ilustra la correlación entre la temperatura y la diarrea. En la sección B del gráfico se muestran las observaciones diarias de la temperatura en Lima en el decenio de 1990. (...) Esos datos muestran una estrecha correlación entre el incremento de la temperatura y el aumento de las enfermedades diarreicas. 8 Véase la nota 7 supra. 9 Véase la nota 7 supra. (...) Effects of El Niño and ambient temperature on hospital admissions for diarrhoeal diseases in Peruvian children.
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Puntuación: 1150012.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2017/2&Lang=S
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21 August 20
These criteria include: • Extent of involvement of nations with emerging or developing economies; • Extent to which Agreements are involved in stimulating development or deployment projects as opposed to information exchange; • Technology; • Funding mechanism – shared effort or shared funding
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Puntuación: 1128322.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/SBSTA/2006/MISC.10&Lang=S
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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW CHALLENGES IN COMMODITY MARKETS AND POLICY OPTIONS FOR COMMODITY-BASED INCLUSIVE GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Comenzó a subir en diciembre y alcanzó su nivel máximo en febrero de 2014, ya que las frías temperaturas contribuyeron a aumentar el precio hasta 6 dólares por millón de BTU. (...) Una ola de frío imprevista hizo aumentar los precios en noviembre de 2014, pero desde entonces el nivel de precios ha vuelto a disminuir y se espera que permanezca bajo, debido a las previsiones de temperaturas por 18 IEA, 2014, Oil Market Report, octubre. (...) En los últimos meses del invierno podrían bajar las temperaturas, pero es probable que la abundante oferta, combinada con los altos niveles de existencias, impidan una subida repentina de los precios a causa de las condiciones meteorológicas. 32.
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FCCC/KP/AWG/2006/MI
The European Union emphasises that the maximum global temperature increase of 2 °C over pre- industrial levels should be considered as an overall long-term objective to guide global efforts to reduce climate change risks in accordance with the precautionary approach as expressed in Art. 3.3 of the Convention. (...) Furthermore, the European Union would like to ask the Secretariat to consider possibilities for the ad hoc working group to exchange views with the scientific community and all stakeholders. (...) As has been shown by the IPCC projections on rising global average surface temperatures and sea levels, as well as by other researches and studies, the threat of climate change is clear and present.
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INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS : TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD, 19TH SPECIAL SESSION, UNCC, BANGKOK, 29 APRIL-2 MAY 2002
Durante la reunión la temperatura media será de 35ºC. Se aconseja usar ropa ligera y suelta de algodón. 6. (...) Prices may be subjected to exchange rate fluctuation. ++: Subject to 10% service charge and applicable government tax on room rate and service charge, effectively a total of 17.7%. 3.
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REPORT OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
En el mismo período de sesiones la CP también pidió al Comité de Adaptación y al Grupo de Expertos para los Países Menos Adelantados (GEPMA), en colaboración con el CPF y otras instituciones pertinentes, que elaborase metodologías y formulase recomendaciones que se sometieran al examen y la aprobación de la Conferencia de las Partes en calidad de reunión de las Partes en el Acuerdo de París en su primer período de sesiones respecto de: a) la adopción de las disposiciones necesarias a fin de facilitar la movilización de apoyo para la adaptación de los países en desarrollo en el contexto del límite del aumento de la temperatura media mundial mencionado en el artículo 2 del Acuerdo de París; y b) el examen de la idoneidad y eficacia de la adaptación y el apoyo, conforme a lo dispuesto en el artículo 7, párrafo 14 c), del Acuerdo de París42. 46.
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Puntuación: 1069515.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2017/9&Lang=S
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