The BBC Board oversees these commitments.
There's also concern that the commitments are nonbinding.
"The Government's commitments under it are clear... including on Brexit.
It also plays a critical role in holding governments to account for their Agenda 2030 commitments.
By July of 2016, there were 5,945 companies in the UK unable to meet their DB commitments.
First, they would discover a nearly total disconnect between global commitments and domestic politics.
That means fresh national commitments on carbon reductions by 2030 must be set this year, ahead of the Cop26 talks.
America's government is not even aware of the gap between its commitments and action, because almost nobody in authority understands the actions that would be needed to meet the commitments.
., each of these views “presuppose commitments regarding the nature of psychological states such as beliefs, desires, choices, emotions, and so on, together with commitments regarding the functional and causal roles they play” (79).
Because we find ourselves with so many commitments, of so many different kinds, and because commitments inevitably clash and change over time, it will not do to define integrity merely in terms of remaining steadfastly true to one’s commitments.
The (deep) ontological commitments of a theory are no longer being analyzed in terms of the truthmaker commitments of the theory, but instead in terms of its fundamental commitments, its commitments to entities that really exist.
“The Constitution has to be read by justices in light of its broadest and most fundamental commitments, commitments to liberty, commitments to individual dignity, equality of opportunity,” he said, putting on his glasses, and taking them off again.
Each year we publish our Annual report and accounts which contains our assessment of how we have delivered our mission and public purposes and the extent to which the commitments set out in the Annual plan, as well as regulatory and other commitments, have been met.
"Employees and former employees subject to the commitments in Executive Order 13770 will not be subject to those commitments after noon January 20, 2021," the order reads, meaning the order will take effect at the same time Biden is scheduled to be inaugurated on Wednesday.
Fully 59 countries said that they would shortly be unveiling more ambitious commitments under the Paris agreement, which aims to keep global temperatures “well below” 2°C above those in pre-industrial times; a global round of such increased commitments is to be negotiated next year.
It should be accompanied by wider climate commitments, including the development of a policy package and Net Zero Strategy to deliver against the UK goal, clear commitments to reduce international aviation and shipping emissions, and greater support for climate finance, particularly for developing countries.
“It should be accompanied by wider climate commitments, including the development of a policy package and net zero strategy to deliver against the UK goal; clear commitments to reduce international aviation and shipping emissions; and greater support for climate finance, particularly for developing countries.”
Third party commitments: the BBC person responsible for a production must tell anyone who makes a programme for or in association with the BBC that they should not make crediting commitments to third parties, eg Contributors and Co-producers, without checking first with the BBC that any proposed credit is permissible.
There is little doubt, then, that the new British philosophy represented by Locke, Berkeley, and Hume in the early-to-mid eighteenth century was concerned to present interpretations of Newton's work that were consistent with their overarching philosophical commitments, principles and methods, or to alter those commitments, principles and methods as necessary.
Active-duty bomber, fighter, mobility, special operations and combat search-and-rescue fixed-wing pilots whose initial contract commitments expire this year are eligible to receive annual payments of $25,000 for five- to seven-year commitments or $35,000 for eight- to 12-year commitments, according to the service's latest figures provided to Military.com.
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Active-duty bomber fighter mobility special operations and combat search-and-rescue fixed-wing pilots whose initial contract commitments expire this year are eligible to receive annual payments of 25000 for five- to seven-year commitments or 35000 for eight- to 12-year commitments according to the service's latest figures provided to Militarycom