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Wwf World Wide Fund For Nature and World Wildlife Fund | Date: 1985-09-17

[ CANDLES ]. KEY CHAINS. POCKET KNIVES [ AND SPOONS ]. AUDIO VISUAL PRESENTATIONS NAMELY; TRANSPARENCIES, SLIDES AND MAGNETIC TAPE; BINOCULARS, [ CALCULATORS,] PHONOGRAPH RECORDS [ AND MAGNIFYING GLASSES ]. [ FLASHLIGHTS ]. [ MOTOR VANS, SAILBOATS AND SAILBOAT KITS CONSISTING OF PARTS USED TO CONSTRUCT A FINISHED SAILBOAT, AND STRUCTURAL PARTS THEREFOR ]. [ COSTUME JEWELRY, MEDALLIONS FORMED OF PRECIOUS METAL, CLOCKS AND ] WATCHES. [ WRITING PAPER,] NEWSPAPERS, BOOKS, CALENDERS, [ PAPER NAPKINS, PENS, PENCILS, DIARIES, [ PLAYING CARDS, ] POSTAGE STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS AND POSTERS. TRAVEL BAGS, [ KNAPSACKS, ] WALLETS, POCKETBOOKS, TOTE BAGS, SCHOOL BAGS IN THE NATURE OF TOTE BAGS FOR BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES, UMBRELLAS, [ KEY CASES AND KEY FOBS MADE OF LEATHER AND PLASTIC ]. CERAMIC OR PLASTIC CUPS, [ BOWLS AND DISHES, AND POCKET COMBS ]. [ BOAT SAILS ]. [ NAPKINS, PLACE MATS, ] BLANKETS, [ BED SPREADS, SHEETS, TOWELS, WASH CLOTHS,] [ CLOTH PENNANTS, ] [ PILLOW CASES, AND] CLOTH SHOPPING BAGS. JACKETS, SHIRTS, CAPS, SWEATERS, [ PAJAMAS,] [ BIBS, ] BELTS, [ RAINCOATS, ] GYM SUITS, [ ROBES, PONCHOS, ] SCARVES, [ NECKTIES, APRONS, GLOVES, AND SOCKS ]. [ RUGS ]. [ INFLATABLE BALLS AND EQUIPMENT SOLD AS A UNIT FOR PLAYING A BOARD GAME AND ] [ JIG SAW PUZZLES ]. [ CIGAR LIGHTERS, MATCHES, AND ASH TRAYS ].


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Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: ICT-2013.5.4 | Award Amount: 3.73M | Year: 2013

Every real-world planning problem, especially in governance and policy-making, possesses several objectives that are typically subject to inherent conflicts with underlying tradeoffs to be discovered. Policy makers are in need of proper tools that will utilize an overall analytical process, that is, assist in modelling the real-world planning process, automatically obtain the best attainable tradeoffs, and facilitate efficient exploration in order to reach a final decision on which policy to implement.Consensus will strive to model existing real-world use-cases within the relevant policy-making context, and consequently employ measurable quantifiers in order to investigate how and whether preferable tradeoffs can be identified. Those quantifiers will be sought in multiple realms such as analytical models, numerical simulations, statistical tools and even public opinion evaluators in order to link the domain data to the set of objectives, and by that to reflect the expected success-rate of policies and their implementation. Furthermore, Consensus intends to investigate the balance shift of the objectives, in scenarios where certain resources are being deployed to primarily address one of them through EU- or international-level policies. This investigation is meant to cover two important real-world use-cases: the one dealing with Biofuels and Climate Change (EU Renewable Energy Directive), and the other dealing with Transportation Networks (trans-European transport network guidelines).Consensus will also seek the citizens involvement in policy making according to this scheme, since their input can potentially become highly valuable in various stages, from gathering the necessary data, through formulating public opinion as one of the objectives in the model, to eventually playing the role of exploring the attained tradeoffs and contributing to their weighing.


Trademark
Wwf World Wide Fund For Nature and World Wide Fund For Nature Australia | Date: 2009-02-24

Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, namely, boxes, bags, writing paper and pads, note pads, note paper, memo pads, greeting cards, invitations, gift wrap, note cards, paper containers and writing tablets; photographs; stationery; calendars; posters; maps; bookmarks; paper coasters, placemats and tablemats; trading cards; printed matter and printed publications, namely, catalogues, books, booklets, magazines, texts, fact sheets, newsletters, training manuals and brochures featuring educational and entertainment works; diaries; activity books; envelopes; adhesive backed paper labels; photograph albums; address books; appointment books; coloring books; date books; notebooks; picture books; travel books; file folders; pictures; postcards; scrapbooks; stickers; paper envelopes; blister cards; packing paper for packaging; packaging materials made of paper or cardboard, namely, paper envelopes for packaging, paper for wrapping and packaging, paper bags for merchandise packaging, cardboard cartons, cardboard containers and cardboard mailing tubes; pre-paid telephone calling cards, not magnetically encoded. Clothing and clothing accessories, namely, dresses, gowns, beachwear, swimwear, blouses, body suits, underclothes, under garments, underwear, body suits, shorts, tops, bottoms, coats, jackets, capes, ponchos, nightwear, sleepwear, loungewear, neckwear, ties, pants, jeans, rainwear, shirts, scarves, shawls, kerchiefs, skirts, jump suits, skiwear, socks, suits, sweaters, sweatshirts, sweat jackets, sweat suits, sweatpants, exercise suits, exercise and jogging suits, tights, leggings, t-shirts, wristbands, headbands, tennis wear, tuxedos, vests, infant wear; gloves, mittens, belts, aprons, bandanas; money belts; headgear, namely, headwear; hats, caps, visors and shower caps. Advertising, marketing and promotional services; business management and business administration services; retail services featuring clothing and general consumer merchandise; advisory, consultancy and information services in relation to the aforementioned services; organizing business exhibitions relating to the conservation of nature and the environment. Educational services, namely, conducting conferences and seminars in the field of conservation of nature and the environment; training in relation to the fields of conservation of nature, sustainability and the environment, entertainment in the nature of concerts, musical performances, food tastings and similar events to publicise the importance of conservation of nature, sustainability and the environment, organizing sporting and cultural events relating to the conservation of nature and the environment; organizing entertainment and educational exhibitions relating to the conservation of nature and the environment; publication services, namely, providing on-line electronic publications in the nature of catalogues, books, booklets, magazines, texts, journals, fact sheets, newsletters, training manuals and brochures in the field of conservation of nature and the environment; publication of books, booklets, magazines, texts, fact sheets, newsletters, training manuals and brochures; production of videos, DVDs, CDs and other media containing educational and/or training content; advisory, consultancy and information services in relation to all the aforementioned services.


Sayer J.A.,James Cook University | Endamana D.,IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature | Ruiz-Perez M.,Autonomous University of Madrid | Boedhihartono A.K.,James Cook University | And 4 more authors.
International Forestry Review | Year: 2012

The forests of SE Cameroon lie within the Sangha tri-national landscape (TNS), a priority area for biodiversity conservation under the Congo Basin Forest Partnership. A monitoring program showed minimal changes in conservation and local livelihoods indicators from 2006 to 2008. Following the global financial crisis in late 2008 global demand for timber decreased and this led to suspension of logging activities and lay-offs of staff by logging companies; both biodiversity and livelihood indicators deteriorated. The unemployed workers lost their incomes, experienced declining living standards and reverted to poaching and slash and burn agriculture. Pygmies were no longer able to obtain employment in Bantu agricultural plots, sell forest products to logging company employees or sell bushmeat to passing logging trucks. These global economic forces had greater impact on livelihoods and the environment than local interventions by conservation organizations. Livelihood indicators improved in 2010 and 2011 when the economy picked-up but those for environmental values did not recover as rapidly. Source


Trademark
Wwf World Wide Fund For Nature | Date: 2003-07-08

Newsletter, reports and books all in the field of conservation of nature and the environment. Gathering and disseminating business information regarding the commercial trade in wildlife, plants and their products. Electronic publishing services, namely, publication of text and graphic works of others on-line featuring information regarding the conservation of nature and the environment.

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