UNCTAD disaster risk expert Regina Asariotis described how transport links were a cross-cutting issue upon which many efforts to reduce poverty depended. In a "just in time" economy, shutting down an airport or port, for even just one day, can have dramatic knock-on effects well beyond the country affected, she said. Disaster impacts can therefore ripple through the globalized economy. She laid out the ground regarding the various types of economic damage and loss, adaptation and mitigation actions, and timescales relevant to short and long-term recovery.
Asariotis said. She described recent UNCTAD studies on ports and airports in Jamaica and Saint Lucia that show the economic effect of catastrophic climate events and what can be done to mitigate them. Infrastructure everywhere was crying out for investment, he said. Finance needed to be sustainable and green, he said.
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Garonna said that much effort was being spent on taxonomy so that instruments of green finance can be better defined. That means it has become incredibly resilient as a sector. He said that the private sector had not been sufficiently engaged with the physical damage that climate change will bring, and financial markets have been guilty of limiting their view to carbon emissions — which are important, but not the only part of the picture. But what the insurance sector can do, with these agencies, is pass on how to encode climate risks into finance and capital and duties of care.
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Baby sleeping bag and conventional bedding conditions--comparative investigations by infrared thermography. Klin Padiatr. Fewer spontaneous arousals in infants with apparent life-threatening event. Of the two saxophones, tenor-man John Coltrane, born in North Carolina the same year as Miles was born in Illinois, once played alto.
Altoist Adderley, although an admirer of Charlie Parker, was first influenced by tenor players, including Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young. Both men have such range on their instruments that at times one has to listen closely to know who's playing what. On "Dr. Jekyll," the breathless Julian is an ancient mariner on fast alto, and on "Sid's Ahead," John's tenor breathes petals like plumes. Both contribute admirably to the superb job on "Miles" - Coltrane in that surging style of his, with great definition.
And on "Two Bass Hit," the sense of the break is in Cannonball's attack as he expounds the "guts and legato" style to which he has made a few noteworthy additions. As for the latter, observe how he handles clusters of notes on "Straight, No Chaser.
His playing has never lacked emotion, but the emotion has usually been contained - he doesn't slap emotions at the listener - and, like J. Johnson, he is a "complete chorus" improvisor and is unusually objective in his playing. On open or muted horn his style has gradually gained in strength and outward vigor. Indeed, listening to the muted chorus on "Miles," the word cool no longer seems appropriate to it, if it ever was. The melody emerges with sureness, with clarity, or yet like sound coming softly through lustred velvet or pouring richly through shot silk.
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