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Global Athletics & Marketing Global Athletics & Marketing is a sports management firm specializing in athletics (track and field). Founded in 1993 by Cornell/Boston University School of Law graduate Mark Wetmore, Global Athletics has grown to be one of the premier athletics management agencies in the world.
Global Atmosphere Watch The Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) is a worldwide system established by the World Meteorological Organization â€“ a United Nations agency â€“ to monitor trends in the Earth's atmosphere. It arose out of concerns for the state of the atmosphere in the 1960s.
Global Atmospheric Research Programme The Global Atmospheric Research Programme was a fifteen year international research programme led by the World Meteorological Organisation and the International Council of Scientific Unions. It began in 1967 and organised several important field experiments including GARP Atlantic Tropical Experiment in 1974 and the Alpine Experiment (ALPEX) in 1982.
Global ATM Alliance The Global ATM Alliance is a joint venture of several major international banks that allows customers of the banks to use their ATM card or check card at another bank within the Global ATM Alliance with no fees when traveling internationally. Participating banks cover North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Global burden of disease The Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD) is a comprehensive regional and global assessment of mortality and disability from 107 diseases and injuries and ten risk factors. It is an example of an evidence-based input to public health policy debate.
Global Battle of the Bands The Global Battle of the Bands (GBOB) is an international Battle of the Bands competition, where bands from many different countries compete in original live music performance. It that was held for the first time in 2004 and the prize is 100,000 American dollars and a chance to go on a world tour.
Global Biodiversity Information Facility The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is an international organisation which focusses on the availability of data on biodiversity. It offers comprehensive taxonomic information on plants, animals, fungi, and microbes primarily for North America but also covers many taxonomic groups for the world (e.
Global Birth Institute Global Birth Institute is one of the Doula training organizations available in aspiring birth professionals. Begun in 2002, it was the first organization to offer international education and training in the lay professional field of childbirth, as well as the first and only organization to register as a post-secondary college.
Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point A Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point, abbreviated GSSP, is an internationally agreed upon stratigraphic section which serves as the reference section for a particular boundary on the geologic time scale. The effort to define GSSPs is conducted by the International Commission on Stratigraphy, a part of the International Union of Geological Sciences.
Global Broadcast News Global Broadcast News (GBN) is an India media corporation under the Network18 umbrella. The holding company Network18 owns 51%, sister company TV18 owns 23% and the rest is owned by a group of professionals including Rajdeep Sardesai, Sameer Manchanda and Haresh Chawla.
Global Business Network Global Business Network, or GBN, a part of the Monitor Group, is a consulting firm that helps businesses, NGOs, and governments plan strategies for multiple possible futures. Its approach to uncovering futures consists of tapping insights from networks of remarkable people, and then forging innovative, original, subject-specific methodologies for integrating these insights into actionable visions of the future.
Global city A global city or world city is a concept which postulates that globalisation can be broken down in terms of strategic geographic locales that see global processes being created, facilitated and enacted. The most complex of these entities is the "global city", whereby the linkages binding a city have a direct and tangible effect on global affairs through more than just socio-economic means, with influence in terms of culture, or politics.
Global civilization The theory of a Global civilization emerged in the late 20th century. As parts of the world, especially the First World, move toward economic and political unity, the idea of a "united Earth" has been initiated.
Global climate An important element of global climate change involves investigating the effects of the ice ages now known to have taken place on earth and the warming periods that occur between them when the ice melts. Global climate is ultimately driven by the amount of solar radiation reaching the earth's atmosphere and surface.
Global climate model A global climate model or general circulation model (GCM) aims to describe climate behavior by integrating a variety of fluid dynamical, chemical, and sometimes biological equations that are either derived from basic physical laws (e.g.
Global commons Global commons is that which no one person or state may own or control and which is central to life. A Global Common contains an infinite potential with regard to the understanding and advancement of the biology and society of all life.
Global context registries Global context registries are a simple, human-friendly way to indicate the global context of an i-name or i-number. There are three key types of global context registries, each represented by a single symbol as shown.
Global cooling Global cooling in general can refer to a cooling of the Earth; more specifically, it is a theory positing an overall cooling of the Earth's surface and atmosphere along with a posited commencement of glaciation. This theory gained temporary popular attention due to press reporting following a better understanding of ice age cycles and a temporary downward trend of temperatures from the 1940s to the early 1970s.
Global Career Development Facilitator The Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) certification is an evolution of the Career Development Facilator (CDF) certification developed by the National Career Development Association (NCDA), National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (NOICC), and the Center for Credentialing in Education (CCE), an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (Center for Credentialing in Education, 1997). The certification recognized both formally trained career counselors (those who hold a master's degree or higher in counseling) and career facilitators who have some training in career counseling-related skills, but do not meet criteria for state licensure as a professional counselor.
Global Certification Forum Global Certification Forum (GCF) is a partnership between network operators and terminal manufacturers that provides an independent programm to ensure global interoperability of 2G and 3G mobile wireless terminals.
Global Climate and Energy Project The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) at Stanford University "seeks new solutions to one of the grand challenges of this century: supplying energy to meet the changing needs of a growing world population in a way that protects the environment."in December 2002, GCEP is a 10-year, $225m research project aimed at developing new energy technologies.
Global Climate Coalition The Global Climate Coalition was a group of mainly United States businesses opposing immediate action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The group formed in 1989 as a response to several reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Global Climate Observing System The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) is an international institution co-sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the International Council for Science (ICSU). GCOS is intended to be a long-term, user-driven operational system capable of providing the comprehensive observations required for monitoring the climate system, for detecting and attributing climate change, for assessing the impacts of climate variability and change, and for supporting research toward improved understanding, modelling and prediction of the climate system.
Global Command and Control System Global Command and Control System (GCCS) is a system of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems and applications. Although GCCS is the Department of Defense (DOD) Command and Control (C2) system of record, there are GCCS variants fielded by the US Army (GCCS-A), the US Air Force (GCCS-AF), and the US Navy/Marine Corps (GCCS-M) and Joint Command Centers (GCCS-J) .
Global Command and Control System-Army The Global Command and Control System-Army (GCCS-A) is the United States Army's Strategic and Theater Command and Control (C2) System. It provides readiness, planning, mobilization and deployment capability information for the strategic commanders.
Global Communication Global Communication is an electronic music act, comprised of Tom Middleton and Mark Pritchard, that produces ambient and house music. Their debut LP, 76:14 is one of the most acclaimed albums from the ambient music genre and from 1990s electronic music in general.
Global Communications Conference The Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) is an annual international academic conference organised by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Communications Society. The first GLOBECOM was organised by the Communications Society's predecessor in 1957, with the full name of "National Symposium on Global Communications".
Global Consciousness Project The Global Consciousness Project, (GCP) also called the EGG Project, is a mix of art installation and science experiment made through an international collaboration of about 100 research scientists and engineers. It is based on technology developed at Princeton to study interactions of consciousness with physical systems.
Global Country of World Peace In 2000 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of Transcendental Meditation (TM), established a government dedicated to establishing world peace through his programs. These include TM in the schools, reconstruction of buildings according to Vedic principles of architecture], and [[ Maharishi Ayurveda|Ayurvedic herbal remedies, among others.
Global Crises, Global Solutions Global Crises, Global Solutions (ISBN 0-521-60614-4) is a book presenting the methodology, economic papers and conclusions of the first Copenhagen Consensus, edited by BjĂ¸rn Lomborg, published in 2004 by the Cambridge University Press.
Global Crop Diversity Trust Global Crop Diversity Trust is an independent international organisation which exists to ensure the conservation and availability of crop diversity for food security worldwide. It was established through a partnership between the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR).
Global digital divide The global digital divide is a term used to describe â€śgreat disparities in opportunity to access the Internet and the information and educational/business opportunities tied to this access â€¦ between developed and developing countriesâ€ť (Lu 2001 p. 1).
Global dimming Global dimming is the gradual reduction in the amount of global direct irradiance at the Earth's surface, observed since the beginning of systematic measurements in 1950s. The effect varies by location, but worldwide it is of the order of a 4% reduction over the three decades from 1960â€“1990.
Global distance test The global distance test or GDT (also written as GDT_TS to represent "total score") is a measure of similarity between two protein structures with identical amino acid sequences but different tertiary structures. It is most commonly used to compare the results of protein structure prediction to the experimentally determined structure as measured by X-ray crystallography or protein NMR.
Global Deaf Connection Global Deaf Connection is increasing social, economic and educational opportunities for deaf people internationally, especially in developing nations. Based on the premise that education leads to opportunity, Global Deaf Connection (GDC) was created to improve equal access to education and employment by closing the gap between the number of Deaf children enrolled in school and the number of Deaf adults in the professional world.
Global Deejays Global Deejays is an Austrian dance trio composed of DJ Taylor (Konrad Schreyvogl), DJ Mikkel (Mikkel Christensen) and FLOw (Florian Schreyvogl). Their first three singles were big hits in Europe, particularly in Russia.
Global Defence Initiative storyline In the fictional Command & Conquer universe, the storyline of the Global Defense Initiative can be traced back to the conclusion of the Great World War II featured in Command & Conquer: Red Alert. It is this series of events that are considered canonical throughout the Tiberian series.
Global Defense Initiative The UNGDI, or fully the United Nations Global Defense Initiative, is a fictional militarized branch of the United Nations which is prominently featured in the real-time strategy video games of Command & Conquer, Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun and its expansion pack Firestorm, the first-person shooter Command & Conquer: Renegade and the upcoming title of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars. Their official emblem is a golden motif of a diving bird of prey, set against a silvery background.
Global Depository Receipt A Global Depository Receipt or Global Depositary Receipt (GDR) is a certificate issued by an international bank which can be subject of worldwide circulation on capital markets. The term actually refers to Rule 144A or Reg S of American Depositary Receipts (ADR).
Global Descriptor Table The Global Descriptor Table or GDT is a data structure used by Intel x86-family processors starting with the 80286 in order to define the characteristics of the various memory areas used during program execution, for example the base address, the size and access privileges like executability and writability. These memory areas are called segments in Intel terminology.
Global Destiny Cable Global Destiny Cable is a direct-to-home cable TV subscription service. Global Destiny Cable is the 2nd Largest cable TV company in the Philippines; they are serving almost all major cities in Metro Manila and have affiliates almost all-around the Philippines.
Global Development Awards and Medals Competition The Global Development Awards and Medals Competition is an international competition for research on development that is organised by the Global Development Network (GDN), a non-profit organization registered in the United States. About $2 million has been distributed in these awards supported by the Government of Japan since the competition was founded in 2000.
Global Directory Server A Global Directory Server (GDS) is a central repository for shared user information and application data that spans the Internet, Intranets and organization-specific extranents. Based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) these databases of user information provide MIS professionals with a single place to centrally manage directory data across workgroups, companies, applications and languages.
Global Domination (computer game) Global Domination is a strategy computer game modelled closely on the popular board game, Risk. Impressions Games expanded on the game dividing the world into more territories, adding unit types which could be controlled in a mini-game, adding the concept of unit obsolesence and adding the ability to fund intelligence operations.
Global Dynamics Global Dynamics, also known as the Eureka Advanced Research Facility, describes the main research center as well as the organization that runs it in the town of Eureka in the American science fiction drama Eureka. Its name may be a reference to General Dynamics, a primary Pentagon contractor.
Global education network The Global Education Network (based in New York City, NY) was started in 1999 as an alternate way for students to take liberal arts courses outside of a traditional classroom. College students, as well as high school students and adults can take the multimedia courses online.
Global empire A global empire involves the extension of a state's sovereignty over territories all around the world. The essential criterion demands that, when navigating around the world, the longest trip between the empire's possessions be half of the circumference of the planet.
Global enterprise challenge The Global Enterprise Challenge, formerly known as the Enterprise Olympics, arose as a result of an international collaboration between Ken Baker, then Chief Executive of the Enterprise New Zealand Trust, and Gordon McVie, who was at that time with Scottish Enterprise. This challenge is a high-powered student business competition, involving Internet technology and global competitors, designed by Ken Baker and Russ Finnerty.
Global ethic Drafted initially by Dr. Hans KĂĽng, in cooperation with the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions staff and Trustees and experts drawing on many of the world's religious and spiritual traditions, Towards a Global Ethic: An Initial Declaration identifies four essential affirmations as shared priniciples essential to a global ethic.
Global Ecolabelling Network The Global Ecolabelling Network is a non-profit interest group composed of 26 eco-label organisations throughout the world. It was established in 1994 and its precursor, the German Blue Angel was established in 1978.
Global Ecovillage Network The Global Ecovillage Network is a global association of people and communities (ecovillages) dedicated to living "sustainable plus" lives by restoring the land and adding more to the environment than is taken. Network members share ideas and information, transfer technologies and develop cultural and educational exchanges.
Global Education Learning Community Curriki â€“ the Global Education & Learning Community, is a nonprofit organization that is building an Internet site for open source curriculum (OSC) development, which will provide universal access to free curricula and instructional materials for K-12. By applying the open source process to education, Curriki empowers educational professionals to become an active community in the creation of world-class curricula.
Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance The Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance, or GEMA, is a manufacturing arm of Global Engine Alliance LLC, which is a joint venture of DaimlerChrysler, Mitsubishi Motors, and Hyundai Motor Company for developing a line of shared engines.
Global Environment Facility The Global Environment Facility (GEF) was established by donor governments in 1991 to provide conservation finance proposed at the Earth Summit. It helps beneficiary nations to fund projects and programs that aimed to protect the global environment.
Global Environment Outlook The UNEP Global Environment Outlook (GEO) project was initiated in response to the environmental reporting requirements of Agenda 21 and to a UNEP Governing Council decision of May 1995 which requested the production of a new comprehensive global state of the environment report.
Global financial system The global financial system (GFS) refers to those financial institutions and regulations that act on the international level, as opposed to those that act on a national or regional level. The main players are the global institutions, such as International Monetary Fund and Bank for International Settlements, national agencies and government departments, e.
Global Family Day Global Family Day, (One Day of Peace and Sharing Every January First) was first celebrated on January 1 2000 with a special ceremony between Israeli and Palestinian families, at a refugee camp in Nablus. Later that year, noting that the first day of the 2000s was an extremely peaceful time, (despite widespread fears of terrorism, rioting, computer system failures, etc) the United States Congress unanimously voted to establish the first day of every year as a special time of peace and sharing.
Global Film Initiative The Global Film Initiative is a cross-cultural cinema organization that supports new and rising talent from the "developing" world through a series of programs and awards. The organization's board is comprised of notable filmmakers such as Lars Von Trier, Pedro Almodovar, Bela Tarr, Carlos Reygadas, Christopher Doyle and Djamshed Usmonov.
Global Forecast System The Global Forecast System (GFS) is global numerical weather prediction model run by NOAA. This model is run four times a day and produces forecasts up 16 days in advance, but with decreasing spatial and temporal resolution over time (it is widely accepted that beyond 7 days the forecast is little better than guesswork).
Global Frequency Global Frequency is a comic book published by Wildstorm Productions, created and written by Warren Ellis. It is a science fiction series set in the present day, in the genre of "rescue fiction", consisting of single-issue, standalone stories.
Global Gathering Global Gathering is an annual dance music festival promoted by Angel Music Group, the company behind Godskitchen, on the last weekend of July each year at Long Marston Airfield, Near Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom.
Global Gathering 2005 Global Gathering 2005 was held on Friday 29th July 2005 (5pm-2am) and Saturday 30th July 2005 (2pm-6am) at Long Marston Airfield, near Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom. Global Gathering is the name of an annual dance music festival organised by the Godskitchen brand.
Global Gathering 2006 Global Gathering 2006 took place on the 28th and 29th of July, at Long Marston Airfield near Stratford-upon-Avon, UK. The festival was promoted by Angel Music Group, previously known as Godskitchen (which completed a restructuring and rebranding programme in 2005), to reflect their wide range of music-related interests, although the Godskitchen Arena was the centrepiece of the festival's line up.
Global Greens The Global Greens (or formally: the Global Green Network) are an organization of cooperating Green parties. Their statement of principle is the Charter of the Global Greens, formulated in 2001 in Canberra, Australia at the first Global Greens meeting.
Global Guardian Global Guardian is an annual training exercise sponsored by the United States Strategic Command in conjunction with Air Force Space Command and NORAD. Its main purpose is to test the military's command and control procedures in the event of nuclear warfare.
Global Guardians The Global Guardians are a team of fictional DC Comics superheroes which hail from countries around the world. The concept originated in the Super Friends Saturday morning cartoon, in which several heroes (Black Vulcan, Samurai, Apache Chief and El Dorado) were added to the Justice League to give it more ethnic diversity.
Global health Global health is a component of the wider discipline of public health that concerns itself particularly with international issues. Examples of global health issues include international law (and its effect on health systems), global warming (and the implications for population health), globalization and health, the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), and The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), among many others.
Global Harmonization Task Force The Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF) is â€śa voluntary group of representatives from national medical device regulatory authorities (such as the FDA) and the members of the medical device industryâ€ť GHTF General Information whoâ€™s goal is the standardization of medical device regulation across the world. The representatives from itâ€™s five Founding Members (The European Union, United States of America, Canada, Japan and Australia) are divided into three geographical areas: Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America, each of which actively regulates medical devices using their own unique regulatory framework.
Global Health Security Initiative The Global Health Security Initiative (GHSI) is an international partnership between countries in order to supplement and strengthen their preparedness to repond to threats of biological, chemical, radio-nuclear terrorism (CBRN) and pandemic influenza.
Global Heritage Fund Global Heritage Fund (GHF) is a non-profit organization that operates internationally to protect and preserve important cultural heritage sites in developing countries. A Global Heritage Site is one of the archaeological sites and ancient townscapes selected by the GHF Advisory Board..
Global Historical Climatology Network The Global Historical Climatology Network (GHCN) is a database of temperature, precipitation and pressure records managed by the National Climatic Data Center, Arizona State University and the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center.
Global Hunger Alliance The Global Hunger Alliance is a coalition and network of about 100 organizations from around the world, together with university researchers, and grassroots activists who distribute information and take socio-political action in favour of what they believe to be effective and morally acceptable methods of preventing famine and malnutrition.
Global Hybrid Cooperation Global Hybrid Cooperation (formerly called Advanced Hybrid System 2 or AHS2) is a set of hybrid vehicle technologies jointly developed by General Motors and DaimlerChrysler, with BMW joining in 2005. It uses two sets of gears in an automatic transmission: One for the internal combustion engine and another to multiply the power of a pair of electric motors.
Global change Global change is the term used to encompass multiple environmental and ecological changes. Global change encompasses the study of climate change, species extinction, land use change, as well as many other areas.
Global Challenge The Global Challenge is a round the world yacht race run by Challenge Business, the company started by Sir Chay Blyth in 1989. Held every four years, it takes a fleet of one-design (or matching) steel yachts, crewed by ordinary men and women who have paid to take part, round Cape Horn and through the Southern Ocean where winds can reach 70 knots.
Global Challenger Global Challenger is the name of an association, it's project and its HPV or human powered vessel. The Global Challenger Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to advancing human achievement, knowlege and understanding in general but especially in the field of human propulsion.
Global Change Master Directory (GCMD) The Global Change Master Directory (GCMD) is a directory of Earth Science data sets and related tools/services, many of which are targeted for the use, analysis, and display of the data. The directory holds more than 17,000 data set descriptions, known as DIFs (Directory Interchange Format).
Global Change Research Act The Global Change Research Act 1990 is a United States law requiring research into global warming and related issues. It requires a report to Congress every four years on the consequences of climate change; however, the first of these, the National Assessment on Climate Change, was not published until 2000.
Global illumination Global illumination algorithms used in 3D computer graphics are commonly used to add realistic lighting to 3D scenes. Such algorithms take into account not only the light which comes directly from a light source (direct illumination), but also subsequent cases in which light rays from the same source are reflected by other surfaces in the scene (indirect illumination).
Global Ideas Bank The Global Ideas Bank's origins lie in the Institute for Social Inventions, which was set up in 1985 by Nicholas Albery, social inventor and visionary. From small beginnings (a network of inventors, a quarterly newsletter), the Institute grew into a fully-fledged organisation under his leadership: producing an annual compendium, running social inventions workshops and promoting creative solutions around the world.
Global Impact For 50 years, Global Impact has helped Americans support international relief and development efforts by raising money for the worldâ€™s most effective international charities through employee giving campaigns. In that time, Global Impact has raised more than $400 million to meet the needs of the worldâ€™s poorest individuals and families, and has helped more than 50 leading international charities â€“ including CARE, Project HOPE, Doctors Without Borders, AmeriCares and World Vision â€“ expand their vital programs.
Global Independent Baptist Fellowship The Global Independent Baptist Fellowship is a recently formed independent Baptist fellowship arising from doctrinal disputes within the Baptist Bible Fellowship International. For a while it was known informally as the Heartland Baptist Fellowship.
Global Indian International School Singapore Global Indian International School Singapore (GIIS) is an international school in Singapore with two campuses - one in Queenstown and one on the East Coast. The school caters primarily for Singapore's Indian expatriate community.
Global Industry Classification Standard The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) was developed by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI), a premier independent provider of global indices and benchmark-related products and services, and Standard & Poor's (S&P), an independent international financial data and investment services company and a leading provider of global equity indices.
Global Information Assurance Certification Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) is an information security certification entity that specialises in technical and practical certification as well as new research in the form of its GIAC Gold program. SANS Institute founded the certification entity in 1999 and the term GIAC is trademarked by the The Escal Institute of Advanced Technologies.
Global Information Grid The Global Information Grid (GIG) is an all-emcompassing communications project of the United States Department of Defense. It is defined as the globally interconnected, end-to-end set of information capabilities,
Global Information Grid-Bandwidth Expansion The Global Information Grid Bandwidth Expansion (GIG-BE) Program was a major United States Department of Defense (DOD) net-centric transformational initiative executed by DISA. GIG-BE created a ubiquitous â€śbandwidth-availableâ€ť environment to improve national security intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, information assurance, as well as command and control.
Global Information Network Global Information Network, Ltd., or Global Information Network (acronym GIN), incorporated in 1986, is an independent, New York domestic non-profit news organization with an office in New York City specializing in gathering and disseminating news from reporters in the field in Africa.
Global Insight Global Insight was formed in March 2001 from the merger of WEFA (formerly Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates) and DRI (formerly Data Resources Inc), together with Primark Decision Economics, Primark Poland and French company DAFSA.
Global Intent Global Intent has been defined as â€śthe ambition to encompass the whole planetâ€ť and the â€śemergence of the global world-viewâ€ť according to Alex MacGillivray. In essence, global intent created the path for the emergence of globalization.
Global Internet Freedom Task Force The Global Internet Freedom Task Force (GIFT) is a reporting mechanism established by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice February 14, 2006. It seeks to consider foreign policy aspects of Internet freedom, and how the U.
Global Intifada Global Intifada is a Swedish ultra-left terrorist group. According to its website, Global Intifade views itself as a part of the "international, socialist struggle" which "aims foremost at imperialism and capitalism".
Global IP Sound Global IP Sound provides a solution for poor audio in network (VoIP) architecture. The patented technology solves the inherent problems and general deficiencies introduced by wired or Wi-Fi networks - such as delay, jitter, packet loss, clock drift, acoustic and network echo.
Global justice Global justice is an issue in political philosophy arising from the concern that "we do not live in a just world."Thomas Nagel, 'The Problem of Global Justice', Philosophy and Public Affairs 33(2005): 113-47.
Global Justice (organization) Global Justice is a US-based NGO, founded in 2001 at Harvard University by undergraduate and graduate students. With several different issue campaigns, the organization has chapters on over 15 high school and college campuses across the country.
Global Justice or Global Revenge Global Justice or Global Revenge? International Criminal Justice at the Crossroads (2003) is a book by Austrian philosopher Hans KĂ¶chler, who was appointed by the United Nations as observer of the Lockerbie bombing trial in the Netherlands (2000-2002).
Global Kryner Global Kryner is a six-piece Austrian progressive jazz-folk band, consisting of clarinet player Christof SpĂ¶rk, bass trombonist, tenor and yodeller Sebastian Fuchsberger, guitarist Edi Koehldorfer, trumpet player Karl Rossmann, accordion player Anton SauprĂĽgl, and jazz vocalist Sabine Stieger. The youngest member, Ms Stieger is also a recent addition to the band, which was formerly fronted by jazz singer Anne-Marie HĂ¶ller.
Global Land Coalition The Global Land Coalition was formed by assembling a group of experts and researchers with extensive land-related experience. The Coalition's overall mission is to develop long-term solutions for effective land use in developing countries.
Global Legal Information Network The Global legal information network or GLIN is an online repository of searchable full text legal documents, judicial decisions, legislation, statutes and other laws. The database was initiated by of the Law Library of the United States Congress in 1993.