- S Summary for Policymakers
- 1 Chapter 1 Framing and Context
- 2 Chapter 2 – Mitigation pathways compatible with 1.5°C in the context of sustainable development
- 3 Impacts of 1.5°C of Global Warming on Natutarget=”_blank”ral and Human systems
- 4 Strengthening and Implementing the Global Response
- 5 Sustainable Development, Poverty Eradication and Reducing Inequalities
- G Glossary
3-14 December 2018, Katowice, Poland – In its latest report, WHO highlights health as the biggest issue to be prioritized during COP-24 and provides key recommendations to the negotiators on how to maximize the health benefits of tackling climate change and avoid the worse health impacts of this global challenge. Although there has been hugely positive progress in tackling health and climate change issues, there is a still a long way to go. Millions of people are still exposed to air pollution globally, resulting in 7 million premature deaths every year; 3 billion people still lack access to clean and reliable energy; and nearly a quarter of all deaths worldwide result from people having to live or work in unhealthy environments. Unless significant changes are made and stronger action taken, we are risk of failing to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement and the SDGs. Continue reading “COP24 special report on health and climate change”
But the U.S. president raises new uncertainties over the fate of the trade deal with Mexico and Canada.
As widely expected, U.S. President Donald Trump paused his trade war with China at the G-20 summit in Argentina this weekend, halting the imposition of new tariffs for 90 days while the two countries continue talking about the wider irritants in the trade relationship. But Trump also threw a cloud over the future of the new NAFTA, threatening to pull out of the existing three-way North American trade deal altogether if Congress doesn’t ratify the renegotiated accord. Continue reading “Trump and Xi Park Trade War—For Now”
The Agreement between the United States of America, the United Mexican States, and Canada is a signed but not ratified free trade agreement between Canada, Mexico, and the United States. It is referred to differently by each signatory: in the United States, it is called the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA); in Canada, it is called the Canada–United States–Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) in English and the Accord Canada–États-Unis–Mexique (ACEUM) in French; and in Mexico, it is called the Tratado entre México, Estados Unidos y Canadá (T-MEC). The agreement is also referred to as “NAFTA 2.0”, or New NAFTA in order to distinguish it from its predecessor, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). (wikipedia)
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Trong nền văn hóa lâu đời của người Raglai, sử thi (Akhát Jucàr), xét về phương diện chức năng thể loại, là những di sản có giá trị lớn về nhiều mặt.
Trong phạm vi của bài viết này, ngoài việc điểm lược những nét khái quát về tộc người và văn hóa tộc người Raglai; về thể loại sự thi (Akhát Jucàr) trong nền văn học dân gian Raglai, chúng tôi tập trung nghiên cứu, thẩm nhận bước đầu một số chức năng của sử thi trong văn hóa tộc người Raglai, xét từ phương diện chức năng thể loại:
– Bảo lưu và truyền tải phong tục, tập quán, tín ngưỡng;
– Tái tạo, tôn vinh lịch sử, xã hội, văn hóa tộc người;
– Đảm nhận vai trò đích thực của những áng văn chương truyền miệng .
This means total installed capacity would have to increase by 6,000-7,000MW of electricity per year.
Experts say it is necessary to review electricity producing projects to ensure energy security.
They suggested that special treatment such as loan guarantee be offered to investors so that power projects could be soon built and operated.-VNA
The number of foreign tourists visiting Viet Nam so far this year is estimated at 14.2 million, up 21.3 per cent against the same period last year, the General Statistics Office said on Thursday.