International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
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IAEA New York Office
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58 (d)
With this in mind, we strongly support action:
To address marine pollution by developing effective partnerships, including through the development and implementation of relevant arrangements, such as the United Nations Environment Programme Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities, and, as appropriate, instruments on marine debris and on nutrient, wastewater and other marine pollution, and through the sharing and implementation of best practices;
UNEP: Each of these partnerships and programme will develop specific SIDS activities and deliverables to be reviewed by the next Intergovernmental Review in 2016.
58 (e)
With this in mind, we strongly support action:
To undertake urgent action to protect coral reefs and other vulnerable marine ecosystems through the development and implementation of comprehensive and integrated approaches for the management and the enhancement of their resilience to withstand pressures, including from ocean acidification and invasive species, and by drawing on measures such as those identified in the Framework for Action 2013 of the International Coral Reef Initiative;
SCBD: Capacity building workshops and information-sharing mechanism SCBD: Facilitate global and regional cooperation to support implementation of Priority Actions to Achieve Aichi Biodiversity Target 10 for Coral Reefs and Closely Associated Ecosystems
63 (a)
In this regard, we are committed to working together to support the efforts of small island developing States:
(a) To promote the further use of sustainable practices relating to agriculture, crops, livestock, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture to improve food and nutrition security while ensuring the sustainable management of the required water resources;
63 (f)
In this regard, we are committed to working together to support the efforts of small island developing States:
To enhance the resilience of agriculture and fisheries to the adverse impacts of climate change, ocean acidification and natural disasters;
UNIDO VCD Approach: Takes up to one year following country/SID state official identification of required technical support for value chain development (subject to priority value chain, financing and partners identification)
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In this regard, we are committed to supporting the efforts of small island developing States:
(a) To develop institutional and human capacities for the effective, inclusive and sustainable implementation of the integrated management of water resources and related ecosystems, including supporting women’s engagement in water management systems;
(d) To improve water-use efficiency and work towards eliminating over-extraction, especially of groundwater, and to mitigate the effects of saltwater intrusion.
75 (g)
In this regard, we reaffirm our commitment to support the efforts of small island developing States:

To reduce maternal, newborn and child mortality and improve the health of mothers, infants and children.
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Global Ocean Acidification - Observing Network (GOA-ON)
Scientific Commission on Oceanic Research (SCOR) Intergovernmental Oceanographic...
Regional Seas Programme
UN-Ocean agencies, participating Governments, IUCN, regional organisations such ...
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