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I 1.0 INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................................................1 1.1 PURPOSE OF POLB/POLA TRANSPORTATION STUDY ..................................................................................1 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK/TASKS ...............................................................................................................................1 1.3 ORGANIZATION OF THE REPORT ...................................................................................................................2 2.0 EXISTING TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OPERATING CONDITIONS ......................................3 2.1 DESCRIPTION OF STUDY AREA .....................................................................................................................3 2.2 OVERVIEW OF ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY ...................................................................................................8 2.3 EXISTING (1999) INTERSECTION CONDITIONS ANALYSIS .............................................................................8 2.4 EXISTING (1999) HIGHWAY/FREEWAY SYSTEM ANALYSIS ........................................................................13 Ramp Junction Analysis ............................................................................................................................13 Weaving Section Analysis.........................................................................................................................14 Roadway/Freeway Segment Analysis .......................................................................................................18 2.5 EXISTING RAIL ANALYSIS ..........................................................................................................................20 Rail Data Collection and Terminal Operator Surveys/Interviews .............................................................20 On-dock Container Terminal Rail Operations and Capacity Analyses......................................................21 Off-dock Rail Terminal Capacity Analysis ...............................................................................................22 3.0 MARINE TERMINAL TRIP GENERATION .....................................................................................24 3.1 INTERMODAL LOGISTICS RESEARCH AND OVERVIEW ................................................................................24 3.2 CONTAINER TERMINAL TRIP GENERATION ................................................................................................29 3.3 NON-CONTAINER TERMINAL TRIP GENERATION ........................................................................................38 4.0 MARINE TERMINAL TRIP DISTRIBUTION...................................................................................39 4.1 OVERVIEW OF METHODOLOGY ..................................................................................................................39 4.2 TRUCK DRIVER SURVEYS ...........................................................................................................................39 4.3 ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY RESULTS ...................................................................................................39 4.4 TERMINAL WORKERS/EMPLOYEES DISTRIBUTION .....................................................................................40 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates, Inc.

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The candidate is able to relate existing knowledge to both familiar and unfamiliar classroom situations.

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Quaestiones disputatae de anima PDF 93%

Whether the soul can be a form and a particular thing Whether the human soul, so far as its act of existing is concerned, is separated from the body Whether there is one possible intellect, or intellective soul, for all men Whether it is necessary to admit that an agent intellect exists Whether there is one separately existing agent intellect for all men Whether the soul is composed of matter and form Whether the angel and the soul are of different species Whether the rational soul should be united to a body such as man possesses Whether the soul is united to corporeal matter through a medium Whether the soul exists in the whole body and in each of its parts Whether the rational, sentient, and vegetal souls in man are substantially one and the same Whether the soul is its powers Whether the powers of the soul are distinguished from one another by their objects Whether the human soul is incorruptible Whether the soul, when separated from the body, is capable of understanding Whether the soul, when united to the body, can understand separate substances Whether the soul, when separated from the body, can understand separate substances Whether the soul, when separated from the body, knows all natural things Whether the sentient powers remain in the soul when it exists apart from the body Whether the soul, when separated from the body, knows singular things Whether the soul, when separated from the body, can suffer punishment by corporeal fire ARTICLE 1 WHETHER THE SOUL CAN BE A FORM AND A PARTICULAR THING [Summa theol., I, q.75, a.2;

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20130321-final-report-np-abs-be 91%

BIOGOV Unit   Centre for Philosophy of Law   Université catholique de Louvain          Study for the implementation in Belgium of the Nagoya Protocol on   Access and Benefit‐sharing to the Convention on Biological Diversity  (Terms of reference No. DG5/AMSZ/11008)          Final report      Brendan Coolsaet – Tom Dedeurwaerdere – John Pitseys – Fulya Batur                    Study commissioned by    Federal Public Service for Health, Food Chain Safety and the Environment, Directorate‐General for the  Environment, Service for multilateral and strategic matters (SPSCAE)  Bruxelles Environnement/Leefmilieu Brussel (IBGE‐BIM)  Vlaamse overheid, Departement Leefmilieu, Natuur en Energie (LNE)  Service public de Wallonie, Direction générale opérationnelle Agriculture, Ressources naturelles et  Environnement (DGARNE)        DISCLAIMER   Recommended citation   Coolsaet  Brendan,  Dedeurwaerdere  Tom,  Pitseys  John,  and  Batur  Fulya  (2013),  Study  for  the  implementation in Belgium of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit‐sharing to the Convention  on Biological Diversity. Final report, 21st of March 2013.    Contributors   Comments  and  contributions  of  the  members  of  the  scientific  advisory  group  to  this  study  are  gratefully  acknowledged:    Prof.  Charles‐Hubert  Born,  Prof.  Geertrui  Van  Overwalle,  Prof.  Delphine  Missone and Prof. An Cliquet. The authors would also like to acknowledge the useful inputs of Prof.  Isabelle Durant, Koen van den Bossche, Arianna Broggiato, Arul Scaria, Anne Liesse, Heike Rämer and  Caroline van Schendel, as well as the availability of the members of the Steering Committee and of all  the stakeholders interviewed for the purpose of this study.     Contact  Tom Dedeurwaerdere  Centre for the Philosophy of Law (CPDR)  Place Montesquieu, 2 ‐ SSH/JURI/PJTD ‐ L2.07.01  B‐1348 Louvain‐la‐Neuve, Belgium  tom.dedeurwaerdere@uclouvain.be  http://perso.uclouvain.be/tom.dedeurwaerdere    2      TABLE OF CONTENT  Table of content ...................................................................................................................................... 3  List of tables ............................................................................................................................................ 6  List of figures ........................................................................................................................................... 7  List of abbreviations ................................................................................................................................ 8  Executive Summary ............................................................................................................................... 10  Résumé analytique ................................................................................................................................ 21  Samenvatting ......................................................................................................................................... 33  1  2  3  Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 45  1.1  Background to ABS and the Nagoya Protocol ....................................................................... 45  1.2  Structure of the report .......................................................................................................... 48  1.3  Scope of the study ................................................................................................................. 49  The Distribution of ABS‐related Competences in Belgium............................................................ 51  2.1  The political distribution of ABS‐related competences ......................................................... 52  2.2  The administrative distribution of ABS‐related competences .............................................. 56  2.3  The inter‐ and intra‐level coordination of the exercise of ABS‐related competences .......... 59  Legal state of the art regarding ABS in Belgium ............................................................................ 60  3.1  Access and use of genetic resources under national jurisdiction in Belgium ....................... 60  3.2  Legal consequences for access to genetic material .............................................................. 71  3.3  The status of traditional knowledge associated to genetic resources under national  legislation in Belgium ........................................................................................................................ 82  4  Existing ABS‐related policy measures and other initiatives in Belgium ........................................ 85  4.1  Measures resulting from coordination between the three regions and the federal level ... 85  4.2  Federal measures .................................................................................................................. 86  4.3  Regional measures ................................................................................................................ 87  4.4  Research institutions’ and private initiatives and policies on ABS ........................................ 88  4.5  Existing ABS‐related EU instruments and other initiatives ................................................... 88  5  Conformity of the existing national legislation and measures with the obligations of the Nagoya  Protocol ................................................................................................................................................. 91  5.1  Conformity of existing instruments in Belgium that already address obligations of the  Protocol ............................................................................................................................................. 91  5.2  Obligations of the Nagoya Protocol currently not addressed by legal or non‐legal  instruments in Belgium ..................................................................................................................... 94  3    6  Review of existing measures and instruments on ABS in OTHER countries ................................. 95  6.1  Access .................................................................................................................................... 96  6.2  Benefit‐sharing ...................................................................................................................... 99  6.3  Conservation activities and biodiversity research ............................................................... 102  6.4  Competent National Authority ............................................................................................ 104  6.5  Compliance .......................................................................................................................... 106  7  Recommendations for legal, institutional and administrative measures in Belgium ................. 109  7.1  Recommendations for actions to be taken in case of minimal implementation of the core  obligations ....................................................................................................................................... 110  7.2  8  Recommendations for actions to be taken in case of additional implementation ............. 118  Defining the policy options and preliminary analysis of their expected impacts ....................... 124  8.1  Description and discussion of the general “0” option ......................................................... 126  8.2  Defining the policy options for the core measures and their expected impacts ................ 127  8.3  Target Groups and Stakeholders for Which Potential Impact is Assessed .......................... 143  Implementation of the options within the existing legal situation in Belgium ........................... 146  9  9.1  Operationalizing PIC ............................................................................................................ 146  9.2  Specification of MAT ........................................................................................................... 152  9.3  Establishing one or more Competent National Authorities ................................................ 154  9.4  Setting up compliance measures ........................................................................................ 156  9.5  Designating one or more checkpoints ................................................................................. 159  9.6  Sharing information through the clearing‐house ................................................................ 161  10  Impact analysis ........................................................................................................................ 163  10.1  Methodology of the impact analysis ................................................................................... 163  10.2  Operationalizing PIC ............................................................................................................ 174  10.3  Specification of MAT ........................................................................................................... 185  10.4  Establishing one or more Competent National Authorities ................................................ 195  10.5  Setting up compliance measures ........................................................................................ 201  10.6  Designating one or more checkpoints ................................................................................. 208  10.7  Sharing information through the Clearing‐House ............................................................... 216  11  Recommendations on instruments and measures resulting from the impact assessment .... 223  12  Conclusions .............................................................................................................................. 228  Annex 1 – Overview of Articles of the Nagoya Protocol that contain legal obligations for a  Party/Parties ........................................................................................................................................ 232  Annex 2 – List of General ABS Indicators (both for Qualitative and Quantitative Data) and  Questionnaire Related to Quantitative Data ...................................................................................... 238  4    Annex 3 – Correspondence table between the criteria and the QUANTITATIVE indicators ............... 241  Annex 4 – Questionnaire related to qualitative data .......................................................................... 242  Annex 5 – List of interviewees ............................................................................................................. 243  Bibliography ......................................................................................................................................... 244    5   

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