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  • 2000
  • The global response to HIV has averted 30 million new HIV infections and nearly 8 million (7.8 million) AIDS-related deaths since 2000, when the MDGs were set. (un.org.au)
  • In 2000, around 36 000 children became infected with HIV. (un.org.au)
  • In 2000, around 520 000 children became newly infected with HIV. (un.org.au)
  • In the year 2000, one of our 'HEALTHY & SAFE' Daily School Cleaning Program accounts received the prestigious, nationally-recognized E.P.A. Indoor Air Quality ' Tools for Schools' Excellence Award for its work to improve indoor air quality and protect the health of students and school staff. (cleaningpro.com)
  • Holocene
  • Analyses of various proxy climate records extracted from polar ice cores, ocean sediments and other sources suggest that global temperatures have been remarkably stable during the past 10 000 years, a period referred to as the Holocene. (gc.ca)
  • From the broader perspective, each of the notable high points in the current 11,000 year Holocene temperature record, (Holocene Climate Optimum - Minoan - Roman - Medieval - Modern), have been progressively colder than every previous high point. (iceagenow.info)
  • But the more recent Holocene, since a "tipping point" at around 1000BC, 3000 years ago, has seen temperature fall at about 20 times faster than its earlier rate. (iceagenow.info)
  • 2017
  • The latest NASA hoax is the US$1 000 million OSIRIS-REx nonsense mission with an Earth Gravity Assist 22 September 2017, an encounter with an asteroid 3 December 2018, asteroids colliding with Earth and the tax haven principality Luxembourg creating options for human space mining companies ! (tripod.com)
  • An estimated one million children fell ill with TB (10% of all TB), and 233 000 children (under 15 years) died of TB in 2017. (tb-speed.com)
  • In addition, worldwide, only 23% of 1.3 million children under 5 years of age who were eligible for preventive therapy received this in 2017. (tb-speed.com)
  • 3000
  • A study in the Maldives two years ago found that a quarter of nearly 3000 children from 200 islands in the archipelago suffered from the disease. (newscientist.com)
  • newly
  • Of the 27 624 people found to be at high CVD risk (20% or more 10-year risk) when attending an NHS Health Check, 19.3% (5325) were newly prescribed statins and 8.8% (2438) were newly prescribed antihypertensive therapy. (bmj.com)
  • tsunami
  • One rare bit of good news was the rescue of a 60-year-old man swept away by the tsunami who clung to the roof of his house for two days until a military vessel spotted him waving a red cloth about 10 miles (15 kilometers) offshore. (presstelegram.com)
  • The underwater earthquake generated a series of tsunami over 10 m high which flattened coastal villages and towns. (unesco.org)
  • temperatures
  • As global temperatures, after their short spurt at the end of the last century, are showing stagnation or cooling for the last twenty years, the world should now fear the real and detrimental effects of cooling, rather than being hysterical about limited, beneficial or probably now non-existent further warming. (iceagenow.info)
  • India
  • Several studies show that while 70 per cent of households in India now use iodised salt, compared to hardly any five years ago, there is still a serious problem in some of the country's southern states. (newscientist.com)
  • Poliovirus remains endemic in parts of only three countries, and earlier this year India celebrated its first year without polio. (who.int)
  • results
  • Google 'How to go to the toilet while flying in space to the Moon or planet Mars' , and you will get 1 , 050 , 000 results in 0.60 seconds. (tripod.com)
  • But if Verner is telling a true story, it is easily understandable how a youth, after 11 years of such a life, should eventually reach the point where the last strand snaps, and murder results. (newspapers.com)
  • next
  • It also shows that the world is on track to meet the investment target of US$ 22 billion for the AIDS response by 2015 and that concerted action over the next five years can end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. (un.org.au)
  • Determine which green investments will have the best pay off over the next 10 years. (blueandgreentomorrow.com)
  • Our fast charging stations should cover around half of Germany by the end of March 2014 and the entire country by the end of 2014," he said, adding he expected there to be 25 Tesla dealerships in Germany by the end of next year. (reuters.com)
  • The value of all cement-based structures in the United States is in the trillions of dollars - roughly commensurate with the anticipated cost of repairing those structures over the next twenty years. (encyclopedia.com)
  • LIFE
  • The European Commission has approved an investment package of €222 million from the EU budget to support Europe's transition to more sustainable and low-carbon future under the LIFE programme for the Environment and Climate Action. (constantinealexander.net)
  • 59 LIFE Environment & Resource Efficiency projects will mobilise €134.6 million, of which the EU will provide €73.0 million. (constantinealexander.net)
  • 12 LIFE Climate Change Adaptation projects will mobilise €42.6 million, of which the EU will provide €20.6 million. (constantinealexander.net)
  • 9 LIFE Climate Change Mitigation projects have a total budget of €25.7 million, of which the EU will contribute €13.6 million. (constantinealexander.net)
  • Unfolding over the last 10 000 years, urban life has persistently taken radically different forms with widely varying consequences. (ihopenet.org)
  • THE SIDE OF THE CONDEMNED Paul Verner, 19-year-old youth from Spencer, now serving a life sentence in the state reformatory at Anamosa for the murder last fall of his step-father, Frank Jayne, had an interesting story of his own In a national magazine, 'Inside Detective,' recently. (newspapers.com)
  • percent
  • According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), building such facilities is in itself one of the nation's largest industries and represents about 10 percent of the gross national product . (encyclopedia.com)
  • periods
  • The Cenozoic era , 65 million years ago to the present, is divided into two periods, the Tertiary and the Quaternary. (encyclopedia.com)
  • These geographic events, coupled with an overall cooling trend of about 10 ° F, seem to have tipped the planet into a series of "ice ages" interspersed with more brief, temperate periods. (encyclopedia.com)
  • A comparison of the two periods suggests that the Earth's present climate, if allowed to evolve naturally, might last an additional 20 000 years or so before the conditions begin to slide back into the glacial part of the cycle. (gc.ca)
  • Grey bars mark the 200-year periods used for the spatial analysis. (ihopenet.org)
  • last
  • This project studies town-dwellers' mental landscapes and their organization of physical space, from the origins of urbanism over 10.000 years ago until the enormous changes of the last two centuries. (ihopenet.org)
  • covers
  • This radiant pathway that provides us with great quantities of food, fibers, and energy, all of solar origin, has existed for about 4 billion years, a long time if we think that hominids appeared on the Earth only 3 million years ago and that known history covers only 10 000 years. (ecologycenter.us)
  • global
  • Researchers have uncovered evidence that reveals global warming five million years ago may have caused parts of Antarctica's ice sheets to melt, causing sea levels to rise by about 20 meters . (slashdot.org)
  • Sadly it seems that, driven by the need to continually support the Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming hypothesis / religion Climate Alarmists irrationally examine the temperature record at much too fine a scale, weather event by weather event, month by month, or year by year. (iceagenow.info)
  • The first Roadmap published 5 years ago helped place the childhood TB epidemic into the global spotlight after decades of neglect. (tb-speed.com)
  • eligible
  • Participants Eligible adults aged 40-74 years including attendees at a National Health Service (NHS) Health Check. (bmj.com)
  • demand
  • One wonders how these « high-level sportsmen » were able, for millions of years, to satisfy such a large caloric demand with the limited carbohydrates at their disposal and, above all, without any of the slow sugars *, which are considered essential by modern nutritionists. (montignac.com)
  • Demand for tilapia will likely pick up in the coming months when procurement for the holiday season and New Year begins. (thefishsite.com)
  • found
  • A survey by the ICCIDD, to be published later this year, found that even in New Delhi-a major salt trading centre-almost 10 per cent of more than 20 000 samples brought from home by schoolchildren contained no iodine. (newscientist.com)
  • high
  • Lack of critical funds has already forced the cancellation or scaling back of immunization activities in 24 high-risk countries this year, leaving children more vulnerable to polio. (who.int)
  • history
  • The Biblical history of 7 lean years clearly illustrates the uncertainty and capricious nature of this new lifestyle. (montignac.com)
  • world
  • The report includes specific lessons to take forward into the SDGs, as well as the urgent need to front-load investments and streamline programmes for a five-year sprint to set the world on an irreversible path to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. (un.org.au)
  • Had the world stood back to watch the epidemic unfold, the annual number of new HIV infections is likely to have risen to around 6 million by 2014. (un.org.au)
  • By 2014, UNAIDS estimates that 85 countries had less than 50 new HIV infections among children per year, and in 2015 Cuba became the first country to be certified by the World Health Organization as having eliminated new HIV infections among children. (un.org.au)
  • investments
  • The EU funding will mobilise additional investments leading to a total of €379 million going towards 139 new projects in 20 Member States. (constantinealexander.net)
  • IN 2009, the mining investments in Peru ascended to 2,771 million dollars, 62 % more than the registered ones in the year 2008 that were 1,708 millions of US$ according to the numbers reported by the mining holders in execution of the article 69 º of the Supreme Decree 03-94EM. (scribd.com)
  • countries
  • This system was created by UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) in conjunction with Pacific Rim countries almost 50 years ago. (unesco.org)
  • With more than 93 000 ASR implants sold and ongoing litigation in many countries, the situation may prove costly for DePuy. (bmj.com)
  • efficiency
  • 181.9 million will go to projects in the field of environment and resource efficiency, nature and biodiversity, and environmental governance and information. (constantinealexander.net)
  • The 15 resource efficiency projects alone will mobilise €37.9 million to help in Europe's transition to a more circular economy. (constantinealexander.net)
  • My program builds on two recent breakthroughs in our use of stable isotopes (13C, 17O, 18O) in atmospheric CO2: (1) Our discovery that observed δ¹³C in CO2 in the atmosphere is a quantitative measure for vegetation water-use efficiency over millions of square kilometers, integrating the drought response of individual plants. (europa.eu)
  • square
  • From about the years 1600-1200 BC, the migration, or voyages, began across some 10 million square miles of the Pacific, leading to the eventual settlement of the Hawaiian Islands. (bellaonline.com)
  • risk
  • Researchers in China recruited 57 healthy post-menopausal women who had been vegetarians for an average of a little over 10 years and age matched them with 61 healthy omnivores to study cardiovascular risk and carotid artery atherosclerotic disease. (proteinpower.com)
  • country
  • Bangladesh is a developing country having 14.4 million hectares of total geographic area ( , ). (sisef.it)
  • The country has only 17.08% (2.52 million ha) of total forest land ( ), and the Sal forests cover about 0.12 million hectares, so representing 4.7% of the total forest area of Bangladesh ( ). (sisef.it)
  • Taiwan Province of China was the first country to pioneer tilapia production over ten years ago. (thefishsite.com)
  • Only 10 of these awards are given throughout the country. (cleaningpro.com)
  • back
  • These variations include the 100 000 year cycle in the shape (eccentricity) of the Earth's orbit (from ellipse to circle and back again), the 42 000 year cycle in the angle (obliquity) of its axis of rotation with respect to the orbit, and the 22 000 and 19 000 year cycles in its wobble (precession). (gc.ca)
  • response
  • This is Japan's most severe crisis since the war ended 65 years ago," Kan told reporters, adding that Japan's future would be decided by its response. (presstelegram.com)