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Its annual production of electricity from biogas reached 9,628 MWh in 2015, whilst its own consumption amounted to only 6,311 MWh during the same year. (...) It also produces some 2.5 GW of heat for the Aarhus district heating system annually, generates CO2 emissions savings of more than 150 tons per year, whilst recurrent operating costs are an estimated 40 percent lower than in other WWTP facilities.
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Score: 790189.16 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...wastewater_treatment_plant.pdf
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Stabilization | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Iraq Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English العربية کوردی Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language العربية کوردی Home Iraq Stabilization Stabilization Overview Whilst significant progress has been made since Iraq’s liberation from ISIL in December 2017, communities across Iraq still bear the physical and emotional scars of protracted conflict. Critical services – from electricity and water, education and health – were disabled during occupation and liberation due to heavy damages or in some cases total destruction, whilst unemployment spiked in the most effected governorates – from 12.6 per cent to 17.7 per cent between 2014 and 2017[1] –  and IDPs increased strain on host communities, due to the increased demand for jobs.
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Score: 790189.16 - https://www.undp.org/iraq/stabilization
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Failing to recognise this risks violating some rights whilst protecting others, further marginalising vulnerable groups, leaving people behind, excluded from protection. (...) When I assumed the mandate in 2015, my predecessor indicated that land was the number one human rights issue in Cambodia. Whilst progress has been made by the Government, including on communal land titling, land remains a contentious issue. (...) Finally, the current pandemic, whilst shocking and devastating, brings many countries to crossroads.
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Score: 787585.64 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/state...porteur-situation-human-rights
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As any fan of sushi will already know, certain forms of seaweed are edible for human consumption. Whilst seaweed has been popular in Asia, particularly Japan, for many years, it is slowly becoming better known throughout the rest of the world, and Mr. (...) If livestock were fed on seaweed-based foodstuffs, rather than soy, methane emissions could be cut by 90 per cent, and improve digestion whilst boosting the animals’ immune systems, which reduces the need for antibiotics. (...) These forests, say the company, would help to solve the world’s food crisis whilst, at the same time, removing vast amounts of harmful greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, and creating hundreds of jobs.
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Score: 786560.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/11/1077212
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As any fan of sushi will already know, certain forms of seaweed are edible for human consumption. Whilst seaweed has been popular in Asia, particularly Japan, for many years, it is slowly becoming better known throughout the rest of the world, and Mr. (...) If livestock were fed on seaweed-based foodstuffs, rather than soy, methane emissions could be cut by 90 per cent, and improve digestion whilst boosting the animals’ immune systems, which reduces the need for antibiotics. (...) These forests, say the company, would help to solve the world’s food crisis whilst, at the same time, removing vast amounts of harmful greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, and creating hundreds of jobs.
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Score: 786560.2 - https://news.un.org/story/2020/11/1077212
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Eastern Europe  ► The sub-region places great emphasis on intercultural dialogue, due to its history at the heart of the silk roads where different cultures blended. ► Cultural policies in the region have a strong focus on heritage to foster strong national cultural identities, and the sub-region has strong systems in place for the transmission, including through digital platforms. ► Sub-regional cooperation in the field of culture is growing with heritage and youth projects constituting important areas of cooperation. ► Strong arts education policies that mainly focus on skills development and the transmission of tradition, more than creativity and innovation, are integrated into school curricula. ► Whilst all countries have adopted national plans for attaining the Goals of the 2030 Agenda, culture often remains a specialised policy domain despite its potential for encouraging tourism and designing more inclusive urban policies.
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Score: 784857.13 - https://en.unesco.org/culture-...al-trends/europe-north-america
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Using Music to Fight COVID-19 whilst Advocating for Peace and Sustainable Development | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Sierra Leone Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved English Locations Home Sierra Leone Using Music to Fight COVID-19 whilst Advocating for Peace and Sustainable Development Using Music to Fight COVID-19 whilst Advocating for Peace and Sustainable Development July 7, 2020 Sierra Leone's most famous musicians including Famous, Star Zee and Rapper Kao Denero during the live recording of the music video in Freetown.
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Score: 784857.13 - https://www.undp.org/sierra-le...ce-and-sustainable-development
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Principle 2, guideline 6 13. Whilst accurate and sensitive reporting of migration issues by the media is desirable and a noble goal, this guideline suggests restricting the freedom of the press by mandating what they are, and are not, allowed to say. (...) Principle 3, guideline 5 17. Whilst migrants in these circumstances would be permitted to engage in legal proceedings as set out in these guidelines, once the proceedings are completed, they could still be returned if they have no leave to remain. (...) This is a complex area, which should be caveated to more adequately reflect that all returns must be dealt with in respect of national legislation. Whilst in some cases we cannot return someone as their country of origin will not accept them back, we would neither refoule them nor grant them resident status.
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Score: 782466.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../Issues/Migration/HRC37/UK.pdf
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The Spanish survey also indicated that, whilst overall levels of participation (in local area and family decisions) were low, those children who did report high levels of participation experienced higher levels of well-being (UNICEF Spain, 2012: 18). Tibbits warns that whilst such outcomes may result in increased empathy, it does not necessarily follow that children will develop a greater commitment to take action (Equitas, 2007: 6). (...) Whilst they bring a greater focus on critical activism, their often confrontational relationship with government may lead them to struggle to adopt an appropriately balanced approach when working in schools (Bajaj, 2012: 19).
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Score: 781875.9 - https://www.unicef.org/media/6...earning-about-child-rights.pdf
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Presentation Risk Management in the Inspection Business Risk Management in the Inspection Business UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Nov-09 / p.2 Conformity Assessment Bodies (Inspection, Testing Certification) Activities are Aimed at Managing Risk whilst Facilitating Trade Before Shipment: • Documentary checks with analysis of declared goods’ value & HS classification • Visual inspections: quantity & quality • Sampling and testing in laboratories • Risk identification (to define destination inspection scope) • Loading supervision and sealing At Destination: • Documentary checks and review of declared goods value & HS classification • Visual inspections: quantity & quality • Sampling & testing in laboratories • Non intrusive inspections using scanners NB: Conformity Assessment Bodies activities are ruled by the ISO 17000 family of standards. (...) UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Slide Number 1 Conformity Assessment Bodies (Inspection, Testing Certification) Activities are Aimed at Managing Risk whilst Facilitating Trade Additional Services to Manage Risks for the Supply Chain and for the Consumers Other Risk Mitigation Measures Assessed by Conformity Assessment Bodies
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Score: 781472.95 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Bio/PPTs/christophe_renard.pdf
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