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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF PARTIES : REVISED NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The figures presents here exclude funding from other focal areas. 3 A full-size project receives more than $1 million in GEF funds; a medium-sized project is limited to a maximum of $1 million in GEF funds, excluding agency fees. (...) During the reporting period, the GEF provided a total of more than $2 million of project preparation grants (PPGs) for the development of 14 climate change mitigation projects from the GEF Trust Fund. (...) For summaries of these projects, please see Annex 2. 5 Table 1: Climate Change Mitigation Projects Approved under the GEF Trust Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) GEF Amount Country Strategic Program Project Type Project Title Agency Date of Approval (Mil $) Co- financing (Mil $) Indonesia OP7 FSP Micro-turbine Cogeneration Technology Application Project (MCTAP) UNDP 11/16/2007 2.59 12.38 China 2 FSP Thermal Power Efficiency World Bank 11/16/2007 19.70 143.80 China 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy-Efficient Bricks and Rural Buildings (MTEBRB) UNDP 11/16/2007 7.00 28.00 China EA FSP Enabling China to Prepare Its Second National Communications to UNFCCC UNDP 11/16/2007 5.00 0.65 India 5 FSP Sustainable Urban Transport Project World Bank/UNDP 11/16/2007 22.50 352.73 Indonesia 3 FSP Sustainable Geothermal Power Generation Development Program World Bank 11/16/2007 4.00 5.17 Thailand 3 FSP Promoting Renewable Energy in Mae Hong Son Province UNDP 11/16/2007 2.99 4.00 Global 1 FSP Global Market Transformation for Efficient Lighting UNEP/UNDP 11/16/2007 5.00 12.00 Regional/Multi- country 6 FSP Rehabilitation and Sustainable Use of Peatland Forests in South-East Asia IFAD 11/16/2007 0.09 CC 4.21 BDLD 10.21 Global 6 FSP Carbon Benefits Project (CBP): Modeling, Measurement and Monitoring UNEP 11/16/2007 1.67 CC 3.33 BDLD 5.49 Ukraine 3 FSP Creating Markets for Renewable Power in Ukraine EBRD 02/22/2008 8.45 82.08 Iran 6 FSP MENARID Institutional Strengthening and Coherence for Integrated Natural Resources Management UNDP 04/24/2008 0.49 CC 3.83 BDLDIW 14.6 6 Turkey 1 FSP Promote Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 04/24/2008 2.62 18.68 Iran 5 FSP Facilitating Sustainable Mobility in Tehran UNDP 04/24/2008 5.33 35.43 Mexico 2 FSP Mexico Rural Development World Bank 04/24/2008 10.50 127.30 India 2 FSP Chiller Energy Efficiency Project - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency World Bank 04/24/2008 6.30 93.65 Turkey 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey UNDP 04/24/2008 2.71 2.30 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Efficiency in Public Buildings in the Russian Federation EBRD 04/24/2008 9.21 62.90 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Urban Housing Efficiency in the Russian Federation EBRD 04/24/2008 9.67 86.70 Malaysia 1 FSP Buildings Sector Energy Efficiency Project (BSEEP) UNDP 04/24/2008 5.00 21.47 Chile 2 FSP Promoting and Strengthening an Energy Efficiency Market in the Industry Sector IADB 04/24/2008 2.64 15.81 Uzbekistan 1 FSP Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings UNDP 04/24/2008 3.25 10.35 Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay 6 FSP Sustainable Forest Management in the Transboundary Gran Chaco Americano Ecosystem UNEP/UNDP 4/24/2008 2.45 CC 4.41 BDLD 18.12 Brazil 4 FSP Sugarcane Renewable Electricity (SUCRE) UNDP 07/28/2008 7.80 62.80 Russian Federation 1 FSP Transforming the Market for Efficient Lighting UNDP 07/28/2008 7.02 20.50 Russian Federation 2 FSP Market Transformation Programme on Energy Efficiency in GHG-Intensive Industries in Russia EBRD/UNIDO 07/28/2008 15.39 135.75 7 China 6 FSP PRC-GEF Partnership: Sustainable Development in Poor Rural Areas World Bank 07/28/2008 2.59 CC 1.68 LD 143 China 1 FSP Phasing-out Incandescent Lamps Energy Saving Lamps Promotion (PILESLAMP) UNDP 07/28/2008 14.00 70.00 Haiti 6 FSP Sustainable Land Management of the Upper Watersheds of South Western Haiti IADB 7/28/2008 1.72 CC 1.72 LD 18.1 Mauritius 1 MSP Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings UNDP 09/24/2007 0.91 5.24 Pakistan 1 MSP Promotion of Energy Efficient Cooking, Heating and Housing Technologies (PEECH) UNDP 10/15/2007 0.98 1.49 Marshall Islands 3 MSP Action for the Development of Marshall Islands Renewable Energies (ADMIRE) UNDP 11/26/2007 0.98 1.65 Montenegro 3 MSP Power Sector Policy Reform to Promote Small Hydro Development in the Republic of Montenegro UNDP 01/28/2008 0.98 3.47 India 2 MSP Achieving Reduction in GHG Emissions through Advanced EE Technology in Electric Motors UNDP 03/27/2008 0.25 1.11 India 1 MSP Mokshda Green Cremation System for Energy and Environment Conservation UNDP 03/31/2008 0.98 2.34 India 2 MSP Energy Efficiency Improvements in the Indian Brick Industry UNDP 04/03/2008 0.70 2.00 China 5 MSP Promoting Clean Electric Buses for the Beijing Olympics (CEBBO) UNDP 05/02/2008 1.00 12.30 Pakistan 3 MSP Productive Uses of Renewable Energy in Chitral District, Pakistan (PURE-Chitral) UNDP 05/13/2008 0.95 4.70 Yemen 3 MSP Yemen Geothermal Development Project UNEP 06/23/2008 1.00 1.10 Palau 3 MSP Sustainable Economic Development through Renewable Energy Applications (SEDREA) UNDP 07/22/2008 0.98 3.43 8 Kyrgyzstan 1 MSP Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 08/13/2008 0.90 3.23 Total 198.29* 217.47** 1656.03 *Includes only funding from the Climate Change Focal Area; **Includes funding from other focal areas.
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Ponctuation: 1061574.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/CP/2008/2/REV.1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The figures presents here exclude funding from other focal areas. 3 A full-size project receives more than $1 million in GEF funds; a medium-sized project is limited to a maximum of $1 million in GEF funds, excluding agency fees. (...) During the reporting period, the GEF provided a total of more than $2 million of project preparation grants (PPGs) for the development of 14 climate change mitigation projects from the GEF Trust Fund. (...) For summaries of these projects please see Annex 2. 5 Table 1: Climate Change Mitigation Projects Approved under the GEF Trust Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) GEF Amount Country Strategic Program Project Type Project Title Agency Date of Approval (Mil $) Co- financing (Mil $) Indonesia OP7 FSP Micro-turbine Cogeneration Technology Application Project (MCTAP) UNDP 11/16/2007 2.59 12.38 China 2 FSP Thermal Power Efficiency World Bank 11/16/2007 19.70 143.80 China 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy-Efficient Bricks and Rural Buildings (MTEBRB) UNDP 11/16/2007 7.00 28.00 China EA FSP Enabling China to Prepare Its Second National Communications to UNFCCC UNDP 11/16/2007 5.00 0.65 India 5 FSP Sustainable Urban Transport Project World Bank/UNDP 11/16/2007 22.50 352.73 Indonesia 3 FSP Sustainable Geothermal Power Generation Development Program World Bank 11/16/2007 4.00 5.17 Thailand 3 FSP Promoting Renewable Energy in Mae Hong Son Province UNDP 11/16/2007 2.99 4.00 Global 1 FSP Global Market Transformation for Efficient Lighting UNEP/UNDP 11/16/2007 5.00 12.00 Regional/Multi -country 6 FSP Rehabilitation and Sustainable Use of Peatland Forests in South-East Asia IFAD 11/16/2007 0.09 CC 4.21 BDLD 10.21 Global 6 FSP Carbon Benefits Project (CBP): Modeling, Measurement and Monitoring UNEP 11/16/2007 1.67 CC 3.33 BDLD 5.49 Ukraine 3 FSP Creating Markets for Renewable Power in Ukraine EBRD 02/22/2008 8.45 82.08 6 Iran 6 FSP MENARID Institutional Strengthening and Coherence for Integrated Natural Resources Management UNDP 04/24/2008 0.49 CC 3.83 BDLDIW 14.6 Turkey 1 FSP Promote Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 04/24/2008 2.62 18.68 Iran 5 FSP Facilitating Sustainable Mobility in Tehran UNDP 04/24/2008 5.33 35.43 Mexico 2 FSP Mexico Rural Development World Bank 04/24/2008 10.50 127.30 India 2 FSP Chiller Energy Efficiency Project - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency World Bank 04/24/2008 6.30 93.65 Turkey 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey UNDP 04/24/2008 2.71 2.30 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Efficiency in Public Buildings in the Russian Federation EBRD 04/24/2008 9.21 62.90 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Urban Housing Efficiency in the Russian Federation EBRD 04/24/2008 9.67 86.70 Malaysia 1 FSP Buildings Sector Energy Efficiency Project (BSEEP) UNDP 04/24/2008 5.00 21.47 Chile 2 FSP Promoting and Strengthening an Energy Efficiency Market in the Industry Sector IADB 04/24/2008 2.64 15.81 Uzbekistan 1 FSP Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings UNDP 04/24/2008 3.25 10.35 Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay 6 FSP Sustainable Forest Management in the Transboundary Gran Chaco Americano Ecosystem UNEP/UNDP 4/24/2008 2.45 CC 4.41 BDLD 18.12 Brazil 4 FSP Sugarcane Renewable Electricity (SUCRE) UNDP 07/28/2008 7.80 62.80 Russian Federation 1 FSP Transforming the Market for Efficient Lighting UNDP 07/28/2008 7.02 20.50 7 Russian Federation 2 FSP Market Transformation Programme on Energy Efficiency in GHG-Intensive Industries in Russia EBRD/UNID O 07/28/2008 15.39 135.75 China 6 FSP PRC-GEF Partnership: Sustainable Development in Poor Rural Areas World Bank 07/28/2008 2.59 CC 1.68 LD 143 China 1 FSP Phasing-out Incandescent Lamps Energy Saving Lamps Promotion (PILESLAMP) UNDP 07/28/2008 14.00 70.00 Haiti 6 FSP Sustainable Land Management of the Upper Watersheds of South Western Haiti IADB 7/28/2008 1.72 CC 1.72 LD 18.1 Mauritius 1 MSP Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings UNDP 09/24/2007 0.91 5.24 Pakistan 1 MSP Promotion of Energy Efficient Cooking, Heating and Housing Technologies (PEECH) UNDP 10/15/2007 0.98 1.49 Marshall Islands 3 MSP Action for the Development of Marshall Islands Renewable Energies (ADMIRE) UNDP 11/26/2007 0.98 1.65 Montenegro 3 MSP Power Sector Policy Reform to Promote Small Hydro Development in the Republic of Montenegro UNDP 01/28/2008 0.98 3.47 India 2 MSP Achieving Reduction in GHG Emissions through Advanced EE Technology in Electric Motors UNDP 03/27/2008 0.25 1.11 India 1 MSP Mokshda Green Cremation System for Energy and Environment Conservation UNDP 03/31/2008 0.98 2.34 India 2 MSP Energy Efficiency Improvements in the Indian Brick Industry UNDP 04/03/2008 0.70 2.00 China 5 MSP Promoting Clean Electric Buses for the Beijing Olympics (CEBBO) UNDP 05/02/2008 1.00 12.30 Pakistan 3 MSP Productive Uses of Renewable Energy in Chitral District, Pakistan (PURE-Chitral) UNDP 05/13/2008 0.95 4.70 Yemen 3 MSP Yemen Geothermal Development Project UNEP 06/23/2008 1.00 1.10 8 Palau 3 MSP Sustainable Economic Development through Renewable Energy Applications (SEDREA) UNDP 07/22/2008 0.98 3.43 Kyrgyzstan 1 MSP Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 08/13/2008 0.90 3.23 Total 198.29* 217.47** 1656.03 *Includes only funding from the Climate Change Focal Area; **Includes funding from other focal areas.
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Ponctuation: 1054365.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2008/2&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The GEF also supported 58 projects in 62 developing countries through the Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) and the SCCF with more than $230 million combined. 3. The GEF has also been implementing the Poznan Strategic Program on Technology Trans- fer. (...) The GEF has supported more than 300 projects and programs in the field of Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) since 1991. The GEF has allocated approximately $1.7 billion to forest ini- tiatives, supplemented by more than $5 billion in cofinancing. Also, the GEF has continuously in- creased its financial flows for forest- related activi- ties.
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Ponctuation: 1025561 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2010/5&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.07-64550 (F) 061207 071207 Distr. GÉNÉRALE FCCC/CP/2007/3 27 novembre 2007 FRANÇAIS Original: ANGLAIS ANGLAIS, ESPAGNOL et FRANÇAIS SEULEMENT CONFÉRENCE DES
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Ponctuation: 1021055.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2007/3&Lang=F
Source de données: ods
Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Page d’accueil Convention Protocole Secrétariat Instruments d’application du traité Plateforme de coordination Soumission des rapports Centre des médias Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Rubriques Informations Archives Communiqués de presse Points presse Événements Manifestations passées Vidéo À l’occasion de la Journée mondiale sans tabac 2020, nous invitons les Parties à protéger les adolescentes et les jeunes contre les efforts systématiques et continus de l’industrie du tabac pour les attirer dans ses filets. 31 mai 2020 Cette année, la Journée mondiale sans tabac met en lumière les efforts systématiques et continus de l’industrie du tabac pour appâter une nouvelle génération de consommateurs. Avec cette campagne, l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé vise à exposer au grand jour les tactiques déployées par l’industrie du tabac pour cibler les adolescentes et les jeunes, et le risque que constitue la consommation de tabac dans le contexte de l’épidémie de COVID-19. (...) Une nouvelle étude publiée dans The Lancet cette semaine montre que, comparativement aux personnes n’ayant jamais fumé au cours de leur vie, celles qui ont commencé à fumer avant l’âge de 15 ans, et en particulier avant l’âge de 10 ans, ont le taux de mortalité le plus élevé, toutes causes confondues. [1] L’un des auteurs de l’étude a déclaré qu’environ 100 millions de fumeurs à travers le monde ont commencé à fumer avant l’âge de 15 ans et que plus de la moitié d’entre eux mourront du tabac s’ils n’arrêtent pas d’en consommer. [2] Les Parties peuvent protéger leurs nouvelles générations en appliquant les dispositions de la Convention-cadre de l’OMS pour la lutte antitabac, notamment en adoptant une interdiction de toute publicité en faveur du tabac, de toute promotion et de tout parrainage du tabac, y compris la publicité transfrontières, ou en renforçant leur législation en la matière, et en réglementant davantage les produits du tabac traditionnels et novateurs ainsi que leur composition. Il est possible de donner aux adolescent.e.s et aux jeunes les moyens de se protéger s’ils comprennent les intentions réelles d’une industrie qui veut les attirer dans les filets d’un produit dépendogène juste pour augmenter et sécuriser ses bénéfices, malgré les conséquences sur la santé publique. 1. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(20)30221-7/fulltext 2. https://www.ndph.ox.ac.uk/news/starting-to-smoke-in-childhood-is-much-more-dangerous-than-starting-later Liens Directives partielles pour l’application des articles 9 et 10 Directives pour l’application de l’article 13 Journée mondiale sans tabac You are here: Convention-cadre OMS pour la lutte antitabac Centre des médias Quick Links Aide et services Contacts Emplois Plan du site Convenio Protocole Secrétariat Instruments d’application du traité Plateforme de coordination Soumission des rapports Centre des médias © OMS 2022
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1018195.1 - https://www.who.int/fctc/media...-protect-young-generations/fr/
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION / PRESENTED BY THE EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF GREAT BRITAIN ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Commission notes that since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 there has been an unprecedented increase in CT legislation and powers.1 There are now wider CT powers and legislation in the UK than almost any other country.2 The Commission considers this review is an important opportunity to ensure that CT powers are compatible with the UK’s human rights obligations.3. (...) A/HRC/15/NI/2 6 GE.10-15854 ports and airports, PVE, surveillance) rather than measures targeted at individual suspects (arrest, raids, pre-charge detention, CO) (...) Interviews suggest this experience is often more stressful than a stop in the street. • Amongst Muslims who were ordinary local residents the general sense of insecurity, being treated as part of a suspect community and increased hostility towards Muslims were a major concern
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Ponctuation: 1001593.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/15/NI/2&Lang=F
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Now countries representing more than 65 per cent of emissions and more than 70 per cent of the world economy have committed to net zero greenhouse emissions by 2050. (...) The collective security arrangements agreed more than 75 years ago have prevented a third world war. (...) But let us heed history.  More than a century ago, Europe was multipolar – but there were no multilateral governance mechanisms.  
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Ponctuation: 996015 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...scroll-down-for-french-version
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ON HER VISIT TO AUSTRALIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The history of the continent’s first inhabitants, the Aboriginal Australians, goes back more than 50,000 years before the arrival or European settlers. (...) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to die on average 10 years younger than other Australians, with no major improvements being recorded. (...) However, parity is still lagging as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders still make up less than 1 per cent of the national health workforce.
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Ponctuation: 989849 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/36/46/ADD.2&Lang=F
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LISTING, CLASSIFICATION AND PACKING : ORGANIC PEROXIDES : NEW FORMULATIONS TO BE LISTED IN 2.5.3.2.4, IBC 520 AND T23 / TRANSMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHEMICAL ASSOCIATIONS (ICCA)
II.2- 178/04 17 3-Hydroxy-1,1- dimethylbutylperoxyneodecanoate, not more than 77 % in diluent type A OP7 3115 1,0 mm ("0") 3,5 mm (10 g) yes, slowly 0,12 mm/s ≥ 15 °C 9 ml/Modified Trauzl (no) No propagation BAM/Tgb. (...) II.2- 55/04 und II.2-1109/00 18 3-Hydroxy-1,1- dimethylbutylperoxyneodecanoate, not more than 52 %, as a stable dispersion in water OP8/ /31A/1250l 3119 1,0 mm 1,0 mm (50 g) 2170 kPa 0,115 mm/s 15 °C (500 ml) 5 °C (1000 ml) 7 ml/Modified Trauzl F.3 No propagation BAM/Tgb.-Nr. 4- 1660/90 und II.2-92/00 19 3-Hydroxy-1,1- dimethylbutylperoxyneodecanoate, not more than 52 % in diluent type A OP8 3117 1,0 mm 1,5 mm (10 g) 2170 kPa 0,115 mm/s 15 °C 7 ml/Modified Trauzl F.3 No propagation *** BAM/Tgb.
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Ponctuation: 979828.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2006/12&Lang=F
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REPORT ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN MYANMAR / PREPARED BY YOZO YOKOTA, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMMISSION RESOLUTION 1993/73
En avril 1992, le général Than Shwe est devenu président du SLORC après la démission pour raisons de santé du général Saw Maung. (...) Le Rapporteur spécial a demandé à une dizaine de jeunes gens de se réunir avec lui dans une salle libre pour avoir un entretien privé. (...) Le Rapporteur spécial s’est d’abord entretenu avec les deux représentants de l’Union Kayene League : le président U Mahn Tay Aung Than, et le vice-président, U Saw Than Aung. Ceux-ci lui ont exposé que leur parti avait été créé en 1948 (et restructuré en 1988) et que cinq représentants de l’Union Kayene League participaient librement aux réunions organisées en relation avec la Convention nationale.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 975128.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.4/1994/57&Lang=F
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