GPG

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AcronymDefinition
GPGGNU Privacy Guard
GPGGrant Proposal Guide
GPGGas Powered Games (Redmond, WA)
GPGGood Practice Guide (UK Carbon trust publications)
GPGGlobal Public Goods
GPGGrams Per Gallon
GPGGlover Park Group (various locations)
GPGGuinness Peat Group Plc
GPGGlobal Property Guide (various locations)
GPGGeneral Political Guidelines
GPGGuangdong Provincial Government (Hong Kong)
GPGGoddard Procedures and Guidelines (NASA)
GPGGente Pequeña de Guatemala (Guatemala)
GPGGo Pat Go (Buchanan campaign slogan)
GPGGeneral Purpose God
GPGGame Peep Game (online community)
GPGGroup Propagate and Generate
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The need to address global public goods ties governing elites and empowers those technocrats with the ability to create solutions.
It could find ways to ensure the production and availability of global public goods related to genomics, especially in developing countries.
Lessons learned from bilateral and multilateral development cooperation are incorporated into Germanys policy position on the protection of selected global public goods.
Developing nations will need to be more understanding and responsive to legitimate concerns in rich countries, and be more willing to pay for some global public goods.
And if China chooses to use its surplus financial reserves to create infrastructure that helps poor countries and enhances international trade, it will be providing what can be seen as a global public good.
ISLAMABAD -- A high-level panel on multilateral development banking has proposed an explicit new mandate for the World Bank to promote global public goods critical to development as its major priority.
What gives cause for hope is that hardly ever before have so many governments, businesses, international organizations and civil society groups agreed on such ambitious targets and put global public goods before national interests.
What gives us hope is that hardly ever before have so many governments, businesses, international organizations, and civil society groups agreed on such ambitious targets and put global public goods before national interests.
The SDGs agenda also involves such goals (water, biodiversity), but also ones that refer to the preservation or establishment of global public goods (limiting deforestation, improving financial stability) that can thus only be measured at the macro-level.
17) Global public goods present two main features: (1) publicness, and (2) a global nature.
But what is even more worrying is the signal the World Bank is sending: That it will no longer support the underfunded global public goods that are crucial to preserving the social, economic, and political progress of the last century.
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