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Third-Party-Vendor-Code-of-Conduct

Third Party/Vendor Code of Conduct March 2020 Confidential | Copyright 2020 IHS Markit Ltd Third Party/Vendor Code of Conduct Introduction Legal and Regulatory Compliance Anti-Corruption Financial Integrity and Accuracy of Business Records Fair Dealing and Competition Trade Practices Insider Trading Anti-Money Laundering Privacy Ethical Business Practices Conflicts of Interest Gifts, Meals, and Entertainment Professional Work Environment Information Security & Acceptable Use Onsite Visitor Requ IHS Markit , compliance for any business , compliance with the code , party or its business , business to the ihs , parties may not conduct , markit and third party , ihs markit , conduct introduction ihs markit , ihs markit business , ihs markit business code , introduction ihs markit , conduct ihs markit bus 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
IHS-Markit-Policy-Processing-Data-Governed-GDPR

IHS MARKIT POLICY FOR THE PROCESSING OF DATA GOVERNED BY THE GDPR In connection with the services offered by IHS Markit Group Holdings Limited and its affiliates ( IHS Markit ), IHS Markit may collect, process or handle Personal Data relating to individuals in the European Economic Area (the Personal Data ) on behalf of its customers and its affiliates, where applicable ( customer ). Although IHS Markit s relationship with its customers is typically governed by general terms and conditions and/o IHS Markit , policy shall be governed , governed by the gdpr , processing of such personal , policy and the gdpr , ihs markit , personal data , ihs , markit , ihs markit group holdings , ihs markit privacy policy , ihs markit processes personal , ihs markit group , ihs markit policy , policy describes ihs mark 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
WEF_Net_Zero_Carbon_Cities_An_Integrated_Approach_2021

Net Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated Approach I N S I G H T R E P O R T J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 1 Contents Foreword Overview 1 An integrated approach for cities 2 How to transition to an integrated approach A Ultra-efficient buildings B Smart energy infrastructure C Clean electrification D Compact cities 3 Who needs to act? Contributors Endnotes 3 4 5 10 12 14 17 19 22 29 31 2021 World Economic Forum. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or b WEF , grids and in cities , cooling as a service , efficiency as a service , cities have an opportunity , efficiency of our urban , development of new energy , buildings can provide services , transition to a net , project used the integrated , systems such as buildings , transition to an integrated , a 1-Feb-2021 auto-generated
WEF_IoB_briefing_paper_2020

In collaboration with McGill University Shaping the Future of the Internet of Bodies: New challenges of technology governance B R I E F I N G P A P E R J U L Y 2 0 2 0 Cover: Unsplash/Umberto Contents Foreword Executive summary 1 Part One: The internet of bodies is here 1.1 Range and categories of technologies 1.2 Data-enabled social benefits 1.3 Risks associated with the internet of bodies 2 Part Two: Governance of internet of bodies data 2.1 Data regulatory landscape in the US and EU 2.2 New g WEF , governance of the iob , commission and the consumer , policy for the protection , fellow at the world , policy such as health , fellow to the world , privacy in the electronic , foreword as new technologies , information such as medical , centre for the fourth , health of an individual , privacy o 1-Feb-2021 auto-generated