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There has been considerable innovation in recent years in an attempt to utilise previously unwanted bycatch, especially from shrimp trawl fisheries and from finfish trawlers. (...) Data Collection Data Collection Monitoring on-board activities is important if discard bans are to be implemented effectively. Monitoring is done by observers stationed on-board a vessel, or by the use of cameras and GPS systems. (...) It reveals that REM could offer a far more efficient and cost effective way of monitoring fishing activity and improving information on fish stocks.
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Score: 1169502.05 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...tch/appropriate-technology/es/
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There has been considerable innovation in recent years in an attempt to utilise previously unwanted bycatch, especially from shrimp trawl fisheries and from finfish trawlers. (...) Data Collection Data Collection Monitoring on-board activities is important if discard bans are to be implemented effectively. Monitoring is done by observers stationed on-board a vessel, or by the use of cameras and GPS systems. (...) It reveals that REM could offer a far more efficient and cost effective way of monitoring fishing activity and improving information on fish stocks.
Language:English
Score: 1169502.05 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...tch/appropriate-technology/fr/
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There has been considerable innovation in recent years in an attempt to utilise previously unwanted bycatch, especially from shrimp trawl fisheries and from finfish trawlers. (...) Data Collection Data Collection Monitoring on-board activities is important if discard bans are to be implemented effectively. Monitoring is done by observers stationed on-board a vessel, or by the use of cameras and GPS systems. (...) It reveals that REM could offer a far more efficient and cost effective way of monitoring fishing activity and improving information on fish stocks.
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Score: 1169502.05 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...tch/appropriate-technology/zh/
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They can only be attenuated either by: Frequency or Distance Any radio system must therefore take cognizance of the level of the unwanted or interfering signals it either generates or receives. (...) Every transmitter has the following potential for causing interference: 13 Unwanted emissions consist of: Out-of-band emissions: immediately outside the necessary bandwidth and resulting from the modulation process Spurious emissions: outside the necessary bandwidth, including: harmonic emissions, parasitic emissions, intermodulation products and frequency conversion products. 14 Unfortunately, Receivers cannot effectively Screen Out Signals in Adjacent Channels to the wanted Signal. (...) The Command & Control Regulation is most effective in containing interference – although most operators will prefer a Liberalized Spectrum Environment.
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Score: 1168689.55 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/proj...%20HARMFUL%20INTERFERENCE.pptx
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The most cost efficient way to achieve compliance is to avoid that unwanted or illegal actions occur in the first place. One way is to reduce the incentives for IUU Fishing by removing subsidies that gives adverse side effects on compliance. Norway encourage further work on this. (...) However, in these efforts increased focus should be given to more cost effective measures and possibilities provided by technology.
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Score: 1166973.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../nonwcp/AgendaItem9-Norway.pdf
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Year of publication 2009 http://www.globalislands.net/userfiles/Tanzania-11.pdf This report of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization presents the results of analyses of changes to coastal forests (over a 50-year period) and practical actions to mitigate the unwanted effects of such change. Type of Case Printed publication (book, sourcebook, journal article…) Publisher Maantieteen laitos Region Africa Biome Tropical Forest Type Mangroves and coastal forests Primary Designated Function All Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1163276.1 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...cases/case-detail/en/c/235700/
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Philippines -- Consideration of effective measures to enhance the protection, security and safety of diplomatic and consular missions and representatives LTERR Note No. The Permanent Mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the United Nations presents its compliments to the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, and, with reference to the latter’s Note Verbale LA/COD/4 dated 03 March 2020, has the honor to submit the following inputs on actions taken by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines on the implementation of General Assembly resolution 73/205 entitled “Consideration of effective measures to enhance the protection, security and safety of diplomatic and consular missions and representatives”: 1. (...) In addition to deployment of permanent and round-the-clock guards at the premises, said unit, equipped with a specific set of training to render surveillance, close-in and escort services to diplomatic agents, can effectively enhance security for the persons of diplomatic agents and thwart unwanted incidents against them.
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Score: 1162280.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...of_diplomats/philippines_e.pdf
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Contraceptive implants, which were introduced more than 25 years ago, are one of the most effective family planning methods developed to date. Even though they have potential to reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies significantly, they are underutilized, primarily because of their high cost.
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Score: 1157488.7 - https://www.who.int/rhem/didyo.../new_contraceptive_methods/en/
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In this section, an overview of the work of the ITU-T to respond to some of these threats is presented. 13.1 Spam Spam is any unsolicited, unwanted or potentially harmful message. While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam, the term also applies to other forms such as instant messaging spam, mobile messaging spam, and VoIP spam. (...) No single anti-spam measure is effective on its own and, given the agility and resourcefulness of spammers, even a combination of measures often proves effective only to the extent of reducing the volume of spam.
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Score: 1157138.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page153.html
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. • Reduction in investments in reproductive health can have a dramatic effect not only on gender equality and women’s empowerment, but can also hamper human capital development in countries. Zoe Matthews, PhD New York, 21-22 October 2013 Poverty: Low GNP Poor economic growth High fertility Stalled fertility decline Low educational status in population Poor reproductive health status in population Youthful population age structure and high dependency rate Failure to capitalize on the demographic dividend Inability to invest and save Low investment in basic social services e.g. education and health INCLUDING FAMILY PLANNING Population growth ESCAPE THE CYCLE – reap the demographic dividend ESCAPE THE CYCLE – invest in good health systems AAAQ Consequences of failure to extend right to decide freely and responsibly the number and spacing of children / unmet need for family planning FINDINGS FROM MACRO LEVEL STUDIES Povent Poverty: Poor educational status Income poverty Lack of food Poor health High fertility Unsafe abortion and out of pocket costs for abortion Closely-spaced and high parity births plus associated health care costs Lack of access to contraception Lack of care for unwanted pregnancies and unwanted children Loss of earnings and economic opportunity for mothers, child labour Less investment in children – compromised girls education Sib crowding outweighs economies of scale- poor large families less able to convert consumption to wellbeing Large families and excess fertility Unwanted births Need for old age security The MICRO-level cycle between poverty and high fertility Consequences of failure to extend right to decide freely and responsibly the number and spacing of children / unmet need for family planning FINDINGS FROM MICRO LEVEL STUDIES Hypothesising broader impacts on poverty Zoe Matthews, PhD New York, 21-22 October 2013 Challenges Duty bearers: • Quality of care (health services) and human resources Rights holders • Systematic devaluation of girls and women underlies many reproductive health challenges. Key issues include: – Early marriage, low education rates of girls; – lack of power to make decisions on matters related to one’s own health; – high rates of violence girls and women suffer within their own homes and communities Zoe Matthews, PhD New York, 21-22 October 2013 Opportunities • Upgrading of health systems is an opportunity for optimism with regards to the reproductive rights and health and development virtuous cycle. • Universal Health Coverage might be a congruent new goal • Expansion of primary education and improved access to secondary and tertiary education coverage of education from the MDGs are similarly an opportunity to foster a better enabling environment for extending women’s agency. • Accountability mechanisms are still in their infancy, but many advances in holding responsible actors to account both at local and national levels are likely to help to close the gap between the rhetoric on improving health systems and the realization of extending effective quality coverage. Zoe Matthews, PhD New York, 21-22 October 2013 A challenge and an opportunity • Large cohorts of young people Challenge: continuing low status, marginalisation, high fertility rates, note UNDER 16s Opportunity: providing rights will have a large impact through the subsequent ‘productive’ age ranges and for future children Zoe Matthews, PhD Conclusions • Reproductive rights have potentially far-reaching population and wider effects. • Yet, slow progress in women’s status, employment and the context for change will hold back these impacts. • In this context, actions to extend reproductive rights to adolescents should not be slowed or even avoided. • Future goals or targets on health need to be expressed within clear human rights language that can be understood broadly and not open to interpretation.
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Score: 1156306.5 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...M_Zoe%20Matthews%20et%20al.pdf
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