In 2007, Poland was the second largest producer of cars in Eastern Europe, manufacturing nearly 700,000 vehicles. In recent years the automotive industry has been going through a significant globalisation process with once relatively short supply chains being stretched to every corner of the globe.
As the EU continues to expand, European businesses must look to how they can trade across increasing numbers of regional boundaries, languages, cultures and laws, both within the EU and across the greater Europe.
Organisations should not confuse Europe with the EU – there are many trading pacts that cover the greater Europe.
The EU has over 25 million businesses within it – yet less than 3% of European organisations trade outside of their home country. Europe is not a single trading entity – each country still clings to divisive trade and legal differences. Outsourcing the problem can free up an organisation to make the most of a Pan-European approach, yet enable them to focus on core competencies. Meeting the data interchange requirements of larger customers can be stressful and costly.
One minute companies are rushing to globalise their businesses in order to take advantage of manufacturing goods in low cost regions of the world. Yet in contrast to 2001, businesses have a new weapon to help protect them from the impact of those adverse economic conditions.
The widespread adoption of the Internet as a B2B tool has lowered the barriers to entry for electronic trading between buyer and supplier and in parallel, led by member states of the European Union, many countries have developed regulations that will allow companies to completely remove paper from the invoicing process.
The past five years have witnessed the emergence of a number of new operational models, regulatory changes and technology paradigms in the corporate treasury and banking sector. CEOs and CIOs in every industry are beginning to evaluate SaaS (Software as a Service) as an alternative to traditional licensed software models. According to the statistics provided by CCID, the ERP spending growth in China was at 64% in 2001 and 65% in 2002. When companies talk about the benefits of increasing B2B e-commerce, most people think in terms of reducing their operating costs. Today's automotive industry spans nearly every manufacturing region around the world and OEMs are continually looking for ways to integrate trading partners into their global B2B platform. Find out how to eradicate pesky errors that are at the root of many, if not most, compliance problems.
In the last twenty years much has been written on the subject of data as an asset and the value of information. Water is the primary medium through which climate change influences Earth’s ecosystem and thus the livelihood and well-being of societies.
The post-2015 development agenda will be launched at the Summit in September 2015, which is the target date for realizing the MDGs.
The intergovernmental negotiations on post-2015 development agenda will take place over several sessions starting in January 2015. The United Nations is in the process of defining a post-2015 development agenda to be launched at a Summit in September 2015, which is the target date for realizing the Millenium Development Goals (MDG).
The UNESCO International Hydrological Programme will convene on 16 April the event Water Education and Capacity Building: Key for Water Security and Sustainable Development, and UNEP will coordinate Sustainable Wastewater Management and Reuse. The expert consultation has as its main objective to develop a partnership in capacity development on the use of new technologies for improved water productivity and management.
The Dresden Nexus Conference (DNC) 2015 will convene under the theme 'Global Change, Sustainable Development Goals and the Nexus Approach,' and include participants from UN organizations, UN University (UNU) institutes, governments, international organizations, as well as individual researchers and representatives of non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Watercourses and International Lakes will be to discuss the preparations and the expected outcomes of a Consultation Process under the Committee, as well as to consider implementation of and compliance with the reporting requirements under the Protocol.
The objective of the meeting is to increase understanding of the water, energy and food security nexus and foster discussion on how this conceptual framework can support efforts to improve integrated natural resources management and progress towards sustainable development in the Arab region. The United Nations is in the process of defining a post-2015 development agenda to be launched at a Summit in September 2015, which is the target date for realizing the MDGs. In accordance with the work plan for 2013-2015 under the Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes (Water Convention), a workshop on transboundary flood risk management will bring together professionals from around the world working on this topic. This event seeks to (i) raise awareness and break the taboo surrounding sanitation and menstrual hygiene management; and (ii) highlight country case studies to better understand the nature and consequences of the problem, and how to address them. Organisers: The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) Secretariat, Scientific and Traditional Knowledge for Sustainable Development (STK4SD) Consortium. Science continues to find ways to combat land degradation through better management of natural resources including lands, soils, plants, water and the atmosphere.
TInternational Women’s Day takes place on 8 March each year to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.
The 46th Session of the UN Statistical Commission will agree on modalities for the development of the indicator framework for the post-2015 development agenda. The year 2015 has been declared by the United Nations General Assembly as International Year of Soils, for their fundamental and irreplaceable role in food production, and to call for their protection and sustainable use. In the transition from the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), it is important to consider how multi-stakeholder partnerships could best support the new development agenda as well as the type of sustainable framework and platform for reviewing progress that will be required. The workshop will focus on regional experiences in the use of: (i) integrated marine and coastal area management toward achieving Aichi Biodiversity Targets 6 and 11 in a holistic manner, and (ii) scientific and technical tools in support of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, such as the description of ecologically or biologically significant marine areas. International Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Conference - the SIDS Accelerated Modalities of Action (SAMOA) Pathway -endorsed green economy as an important tool for achieving sustainable development and poverty reduction, and calls upon the United Nations system to strengthen support of SIDS that want to pursue green economy policies. The meeting aims to discuss implementation of the current programme of work, the future programme of work for 2016-2018 and the preparations for the seventh Meeting of the Parties, to be held on 17-20 November in Budapest. The webinar, which is targeted towards Focal Points, national biodiversity managers, sustainable land management experts and other technical specialists in the African region, will include presentations on reducing soil carbon emissions in peatlands and other wetlands, and provide an opportunity for discussions with experts on opportunities and challenges.
The symposium will reflect on how key Delft water institutes collaborate in research, development and capacity building for the international water sector.
International experts will meet from 2 to 5 February 2015, at UNESCO Headquarters, to review submissions for new biosphere reserves and extensions to existing ones. Transboundary water cooperation, through improved water management, generates a range of economic, social and environmental benefits. This course provides practical knowledge about how climate change is likely to impact agriculture, food production and security, and what actions can be taken to increase productivity and build resilience to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change, as well as contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through practicing climate-smart agriculture, both in policies and practices.
The Core Group on Reporting was established by the Meeting of the Parties through the Working Group on Integrated Water Resources Management and mandated to prepare a proposal for a possible reporting mechanism under the UNECE Water Convention, taking into account the capacity of countries and other relevant reporting mechanisms. In the framework of the UN Climate Change Conference 2014 taking place from 1-12 December 2014 to assess progress in dealing with climate change, UN agencies and programmes participate with different water-related activities.
This workshop will address the different contributions made by legal and scientific expertise, how those contributions may (or may not) be combined, the difficulties encountered when doing so and the good practices that have emerged. The seminar will present a conceptual framework that helps make sense of the relationship between justice and injustice in the context of water allocation decision making. The International Day of Persons with Disabilities was proclaimed in 1992 by the United Nations General Assembly to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.

The 20th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the 10th session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol will gather to assess progress in dealing with climate change. What are the financial mechanisms and tools enabling access to water and sanitation for all in Europe? Organized in the context of International Solidarity Week and preparations for the 7th World Water Forum, this symposium will bring together high-level experts, representatives of European and international institutions as well as representatives of local authorities and civil society organisations. The main objective of the meeting is to review the implementation of the programme of work for the period 2014a€“2016, adopted at the third session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol (Oslo, 25a€“27 November 2013), and to provide guidance on its further development, with particular consideration of the financial situation.
The main objective of the meeting of the Compliance Committee under the Protocol on Water and Health to the Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes is to discuss the different follow up actions planned as the result of the decisions taken by the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol at its third session.
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The opportunities are huge a€“ but the problems will daunt many who wish to enter into a Pan-European trading environment. Harmonisation is likely to happen mainly at a government level, leaving corporate standards muddled and multi-versioned.
Looking to outside B2B service providers offers the capability to participate across Europe, yet concentrate on core competencies. The next minute companies are reducing their global manufacturing footprint due to the economic downturn in various markets around the world.
This is the essence of fiscal dematerialisation which is inherently riddled with regulations, but abounds with enormous rewards. The result is radical changes to the structure of treasury functions within multi-national corporations. SaaS promises to revolutionise the industry with its new pricing, delivery & upgrade model. If you work in Retail Distribution, Consumer Products, Logistics, Banking or Insurance, heads up for more about growth rather than reductions.
Learn more about the Retail Compliance Council’s Perfect Order Index and how to take steps to create the Perfect Order. Even if you are not familiar with its origin, few would deny the wisdom of Sir Francis Bacon's philosophy. It is currently being elaborated through informal consultations of the UN General Assembly. The Conference will gather high-level political representatives, including Heads of State and Government, and Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation, as well as all relevant institutional stakeholders, non-governmental organizations and business sector entities. The Conference provides an opportunity to discuss the challenges and gaps in the implementation of the International Decade and on this basis, recommendations will be elaborated for further action to be taken after 2015, including contributing to the development of the Sustainable Development Goals related to water resources. The intergovernmental negotiations on post-2015 development agenda are taking place over several sessions from January 2015. The World Water Forum is an international conference that is held every three years to provide a forum for global water issues in cooperation with the public and private sectors, academia and industries. The goal of this 2nd regional policy workshop is to further enhance knowledge and awareness of the national level policy makers, local government officials and other experts on DEWATS amongst urban and peri-urban communities in South-East Asia (SEA) and identify the framework of the regional cooperation. To this purpose, it will bring together experts and users from various fields and disciplines who are all actively involved in the development and use of these technologies.
The session will be preceded by meetings of the five Regional Implementation Annexes to the Convention, on 23 and 24 March 2015. The meeting is organized back-to-back with the 10th Session of the ESCWA Committee on Energy (Amman, 22-23 March 2015) and the 11th Session of the ESCWA Committee on Water Resources (Amman, 26-27 March 2015).
The workshop will offer a platform to share experiences, good practices, challenges and lessons learned on issues such as sustainable flood risk management policies, institutional and legal arrangements for flood risk management in a transboundary context, flood forecasting and flood risk mapping. It draws on the Open Work Group on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Secretary General’s Synthesis Report on the Post -2015 development agenda. The discussion will focus on policy choices and mindset change for an integrated agenda, adaptation by institutions and structures, partnerships for the implementation of the SDGs and the post- 2015 agenda and monitoring and review. UNSC’s Friends of the Chair Group on broader measures of progress (FOC) is expected to prepare and guide discussions on the development and implementation of the framework.
Soil also plays a key role in the supply of clean water and resilience to floods and droughts. This special event will discuss ways in which multi-stakeholder partnerships could best be aligned to the goals and targets of the Post-2015 Development Agenda, the types of modalities required for effective review, as well as where such a review could take place. The Course aims to develop participants’ understanding of the climate change policy framework, by building an appreciation of the science, causes and impacts of climate change, the history of the policy making process and the UNFCCC framework. Three feature films will be shown on 3 consecutive days at Filmhuis Lumen in Delft, this year all focusing on floods, flooding, and Disaster Risk Management, as well as infrastructure and mobility in times of flood. After the first stocktaking session which took place from 19-21 January 2015, this second session will take place on 17-20 February 2015, and focus on the Declaration.
The African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET) will focus on how to improve the provision and use of weather and climate services which will be vital to help the continent cope with shocks caused by extreme weather and climate change. The Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes (Water Convention) aims to protect and ensure the quantity, quality and sustainable use of transboundary water resources by facilitating cooperation.
Outcomes from the webinar will include the identification of priority actions to enhance the consideration of soil biodiversity and carbon for the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity. The Delft Triangle consists of Delft University of Technology, Deltares and UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education. This Committee will provide recommendations to the Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme governing body, the International -Coordinating Council (MAB-ICC) on scientific and technical matters concerning the nomination of new sites, and changes and periodic reviews of sites already included in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR), as well as the functioning of this network. Transboundary water cooperation may also have spill-over benefits in terms of regional economic integration, peace and security and other foreign policy goals. The co-facilitators have prepared a food-for-thought paper regarding the modalities for the intergovernmental negotiations on the basis of the views expressed by Members States during the consultations held on 4 November and 10 November, 2014. From 15 to 17 January 2015 more than 300 participants from UN agencies and programmes, experts, representatives of the business community, governmental and non-governmental organizations will meet in Zaragoza, Spain, to draw conclusions based on existing practice and the exchange of views between governments and stakeholders. At its first meeting, the Core Group will review other related reporting mechanisms and discuss the purpose, scope, content and format of a possible reporting mechanism under the Water Convention.
On 10 December 2014, the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), France, UNESCO-International Hydrological Programme (IHP), and LEAD organise the side-event a€?Water holds the key for mitigation, adaptation and for building resilience: towards a climate deala€™.
The focus will be on the interaction between the different approaches and their joint impact on dispute avoidance. It describes how justice and injustice are part of a cycling continuum of a€?justice for whom?a€™ and how this plays out in a multilevel system where the problem of scale can surface.
Access to safe and clean water and sanitation is a basic right of all people, including people with disabilities, the denial of which can have serious implications on their health, dignity and well-being.

In this framework, the first round of the newly established multilateral assessment will be conducted, which offers the opportunity to engage all countries to assess how developed countries are implementing actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The meeting will be held back to back with the tenth meeting of the Protocola€™s Compliance Committee. With minimum use of 'legal jargon' it provides the technical professional with the assistance and advice they require to understand the legal complexities that they may encounter before and during a patent application. Including new information on areas such as software and biotechnology it shows the techniques that can be used by individuals and academic inventors to protect their work and is the ideal reference source.
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Larger companies usually have their own, very specific, ways of doing business—and increasingly, that involves requiring suppliers to interact with them electronically.
The changes are also impacting the relationships between corporations and banks banks—both the way in which banking products are selected and the service level expectations treasury organisations hold for financial institutions are evolving.
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In fact, it is unlikely that there is anyone whose personal experiences have not proven this to be true. COP21 will be a crucial conference, as it needs to achieve a new international agreement on the climate, applicable to all countries, with the aim of keeping global warming below 2oC.
The President of the General Assembly has appointed two Co-facilitators to lead those informal consultations.
The event will result in an intergovernmentally negotiated and agreed outcome, which should constitute an important contribution to and support the implementation of the post-2015 development agenda.
The conference program will include a variety of activities, including plenary and thematic sessions, sessions on regional perspectives, an exhibition and a tour.
The upcoming 4th session will focus on the means of implementation and global partnerships for sustainable development. The meeting will gather the supply and demand sides of new technologies: water professionals and managers, development practitioners, policy makers, farmer representatives and industrialists, researchers, and capacity development specialists.
The upcoming 3rd session will focus on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets and will include side events organized by Member States, major groups and other stakeholders, UN system and other intergovernmental organizations.
The workshop will also reflect on the relevance of disaster risk reduction for transboundary flood risk management.
SDGs 3, 4, 5, 6 and 11 clearly articulate the need for health, education, water and sanitation services and human settlements to be prerequisites to achieving Goal 5 - gender equality in all its forms.
The e-discussion provides a unique opportunity for the water community to formulate critical policy messages and recommendations for ECOSOC.
It will be held during the 4th special session of the Committee on Science and Technology of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). In developing nations the responsibility for collecting water every day falls disproportionately on women and girls. The annotated provisional agenda, provisional programme of work, and side events are available.
FAO, as the Secretariat of the Global Soil Partnership, is organizing a workshop for the focal points of such partnership in South America, to inform and share the national situation of soil protection policies in the countries of the region and define a medium-term roadmap to take care of this vital resource. It will also look at what makes some partnerships effective and the elements which could be extracted to help define a new partnership framework for the post-2015 era and the means for their implementation. In addition, the Workshop Film, Scientific Visualizations and Water will be hosted at UNESCO-IHE on Friday, February 20. It will be preceded by a meeting from 3-9 February of Permanent Representatives of African countries at the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), and by a Technical preparation meeting for AMCOMET on 10-12 February. The symposium will show how the institutes of the Delft Triangle jointly contribute to international development (with water as a lead principle) and business cooperation (by contributing to business matches between partners and partner countries). Biosphere reserves are considered by UNESCO to be particularly appropriate places to test, evaluate and implement innovative strategies in freshwater. The workshop will be held back-to-back with the 4th meeting of the Implementation Committee of the Water Convention (London, 4 December 2014). Under the theme a€?Sustainable development: the promise of technologya€?, the focus of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities this year is on the role of technology in disaster risk reduction and emergency responses, creating enabling working environments and disability-inclusive sustainable development goals.
Different UN agencies and programmes participate in the conference and organize different water-related activities and side-events.
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There is also a significant paradigm shift in the technical approaches used to exchange information between corporations and their cash management banks. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was adopted during the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992.
The process of arriving at the post 2015 development agenda is Member State-led with broad participation from Major Groups and other civil society stakeholders. Along the 2-day meeting these participants will discuss salient questions and set the basis for the design of a capacity development programme for the period 2016-2019 which will be lead by Cap-Net UNDP under a partnership approach including partner organisations and affiliated networks. It will be discussed how the integrated management of environmental resources guided by nexus approach may help to achieve the potential targets of the post-2015 agenda.
The experience-sharing and presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion with Government representatives, policymakers and other practitioners, which will address the relevance of this issue in the post-2015 agenda. The Scientific Conference aims to harness a wide range of scientific, local and traditional knowledge to achieve poverty reduction and sustainable development in areas susceptible to desertification, land degradation and drought. On average women in these regions spend 25% of their day collecting water for their families. It is hoped that the main proposals and recommendations coming out of the event’s discussions will help provide parameters for a possible framework for reviewing and evaluating partnerships in the Post-2015 period. Outcomes of the meetings in Cabo Verde will inform discussions on Sustainable Development Goals and feed into the 3rd World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan in March 2015 and the UN Climate Change negotiations in Paris in December 2015. The workshop aims to gather participants from regional economic integration and foreign policy communities. GXS has compiled a list of the ten primary forces transforming the way in which corporations and banks communicate electronically. There has been numerous inputs to the agenda, notably a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) proposed by an open working group of the General Assembly (GA), the report of an intergovernmental committee of experts on sustainable development financing, GA dialogues on technology facilitation and many others. It meets every year in a global session where decisions are made to meet goals for combating climate change.

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