Course Director Jerusalem, Israel By Lynette Wilson Posted Nov 21, 2016 Associate Rector Columbus, GA Greenpeace stages a protest outside the UN Climate Change Conference 2016 (COP22) in Marrakesh, Morocco, Nov. 18, 2016. PHOTO: Youssef Boudlal/REUTERS[Episcopal News Service] Nations worldwide convened Nov. 7-18 in Marrakesh, Morocco, to hammer out the details of the Paris Agreement in a shift toward implementation and action on climate and sustainable development.“Our climate is warming at an alarming and unprecedented rate and we have an urgent duty to respond,” reads the Marrakesh Action Proclamation for Our Climate and Sustainable Development issued at the close of the 22nd Conference fo the Parties (COP22) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.“We welcome the Paris Agreement … its rapid entry into force, with its ambitious goals, its inclusive nature and its reflection of equity and common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities, in the light of different national circumstances, and we affirm our commitment to its full implementation.”In December 2015, world governments and officials met in France to reach a historic agreement to reduce carbon emissions and arrest global warming. Since then, 111 countries, including the United States have signed the Paris Agreement, which went into effect on Nov. 4.The agreement calls on the countries of the world to limit carbon emissions, which will require a decrease in dependence on fossil fuels in favor of renewable energy sources; and for developed countries, those responsible for the majority of emissions both historically and at present, to commit to $100 billion in development aid annually by 2020 to developing countries.The proclamation calls for strong solidarity with those countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change; for all parties to strengthen and support efforts to eradicate poverty, ensure food security and to take stringent action to deal with climate change challenges in agriculture; to close the gap between current emissions trajectories and the pathway needed to meet the long-term temperature goals of the Paris Agreement; and for an increase in the volume, flow and access to finance for climate projects, alongside improved capacity and technology, including from developed to developing countries.“The Marrakesh Proclamation declares ‘irreversible momentum on climate,’ we now pray and discern our way to take part in this momentum,” said California Bishop Marc Andrus, who attended the United Nations climate conference in Marrakesh as an Episcopal delegate representing Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.“The Episcopal Church has an ecumenical and interfaith stance that impels us to work on building vibrant relationships with other denominations of Christianity and with other religions – again, we can ask what this diverse, complicated and increasingly integrated set of relationships offers to climate action.”An interfaith climate statement signed by close to 300 religious leaders from 50 countries was presented Nov. 16 to a member of the U.N. Secretary General’s Climate Change Support Team. The interfaith statement calls on nations to justly manage the transition to a low carbon economy and urges governments to shift trillions of dollars of investments in fossil fuels into renewable energy, goals in line with the Paris Agreement and the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.The United States is the world’s largest economy and its second largest emitter of greenhouse gasses, which trap heat in the atmosphere and make the planet warmer.The Nov. 8 election of Donald J. Trump as the next U.S. president cast a pall over the climate conference, as he has vowed to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Agreement and curb the country’s commitment to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. The president-elect has called human-caused climate change a “hoax.”“In the first week, the general pulse of the COP gathering was one of shock, denial, grief and anguish when the results of the U.S. elections became known. It was characterized by gloom, even tears, as many felt that the hard work that had been done was just about to go down the tubes,” said Lynnaia Main, global partnerships officer for the Episcopal Church and its liaison to the United Nations, who also attended the conference on behalf of the presiding bishop.The mood, however, began to change at the start of the second week, she said, “we began to hear signs of hope and reaffirmation of the willingness to remain together and push forward on climate action.”For instance, said Main, faith-based groups in attendance at the conference pledged to continue their work, with a focus on city and state governments and at the global level; while continuing to engage with the U.S. government.“These smaller actors have the potential to make big strides in curbing emissions, and as advocates, we can plug into this potential through urging local structures to play their part in the international climate effort,” said Jayce Hafner, the Episcopal Church’s domestic policy analyst based in Washington, D.C., and a member of Curry’s delegation.On Nov. 16, major corporations and investors called on President Barack Obama and president-elect Trump, to continue low-carbon policies and investments, and to stay committed to the Paris Agreement.On Nov. 18, Trump announced three cabinet picks, all on the record as climate deniers. That same day, some of the world’s poorest countries strengthened their pledges to move toward renewables to meet 100 percent of their energy needs.For its part, the Episcopal Church engages in environmental and climate justice advocacy using as a basis resolutions passed by the Church’s General Convention and its Executive Council, which in 2008 adopted support for the Church’s long-term carbon neutral goals.The 2015 General Convention passed legislation to create a task force on climate change, which will provide resources that parishes can use to “green” their churches and educate members on what they can do to address climate change in their everyday lives.“As the Episcopal Church mobilized in the early years of this century to embrace and forward the United Nations goals to reduce extreme poverty globally, so we can work in partnership with non-governmental organizations and governmental bodies to create a sustainable world,” said Andrus, at the close of the climate conference in Marrakesh.“The Episcopal Church has enormous resources – chief among them are what [Holocaust survivor and filmmaker] Pierre Sauvage called ‘weapons of the spirit’ – prayer and our spiritual values, the sacraments, the Scriptures, the Body of the faithful, and the Holy Spirit. All of these spiritual realities inform and support our action in the world – finance, advocacy, ‘greening the Church,’ resistance, solidarity, protest.”Many Episcopal churches have installed solar panels. And this year, Church Divinity School of the Pacific installed the largest solar panel grid of any theological institution in the country.The Diocese of North Dakota is working on an energy sustainability project in its seven native ministries and congregations, including churches on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, near where protesters have for more the six months opposed construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the tribe’s water supply and sacred sites. Andrus recently joined more than 540 clergy and lay leaders in a day of solidarity and witness with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota.– Lynette Wilson is an editor/reporter for Episcopal News Service. Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Environment & Climate Change Rector Belleville, IL Ronald Davin says: November 21, 2016 at 5:29 pm So, does this mean that our refrigerators and airconditioners may not be taken away, as John Kerry suggested ? AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis November 21, 2016 at 8:15 pm While Bishop Andrus babblessed people walk away from a secular body playing church finding is clergy shallow secular and boring. 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Houses 2011 Marubá Residence / Padovani Arquitetos AssociadosSave this projectSaveMarubá Residence / Padovani Arquitetos Associados ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/915933/maruba-residence-padovani-arquitetos-associados Clipboard ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/915933/maruba-residence-padovani-arquitetos-associados Clipboard “COPY” Marubá Residence / Padovani Arquitetos Associados Architects: Padovani Arquitetos Associados Area Area of this architecture project Area: 550 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs CopyHouses•Campinas, Brazil Projects Year: Brazil Photographs: Evelyn Müller Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Lumion, Astek Estruturas Metálicas, Casa Malgga, Fulget Artesanal, Style Aluminium, Tresuno, kitchensEngineering:Bellerini EngenhariaLandscaping:Gilda MaldonadoArchitect In Charge:Lucas PadovaniCity:CampinasCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Evelyn MüllerRecommended ProductsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingText description provided by the architects. This project was developed for a couple with three adult children. This page is a top of the field in accentuated aclive, the customers were the one time in the most extents uneven on the ground floor. Save this picture!© Evelyn MüllerSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Evelyn MüllerFor that, we had to set up a house at the highest point on the land. In addition to the traditional program for a two-storey town house, such as social, service and leisure areas, are implanted on the ground floor, and as areas that are implanted on the upper floor, the couple exposes the need for an area and highlight shelter some bikes. Save this picture!© Evelyn MüllerThe use of a ground structure, using the reinforced concrete and a metallic structure. On the facade of the house, located in Campinas, one of the discovered patios displays as a key element. A void that connects two volumes and receives the pedestrian that falls through the front and faces a minimalist garden with a large glass cloth that expands the front limits of the lobby.Save this picture!© Evelyn MüllerProject gallerySee allShow lessPerkins+Will Designs Manhattan Office Building Sculpted by Setback RestrictionsArchitecture NewsScience Center for the Augustinianum Secondary School / Bez+Kock ArchitektenSelected Projects Share Save this picture!© Evelyn Müller+ 30Curated by Matheus Pereira Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officePadovani Arquitetos AssociadosOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMetal StructureReinforced ConcreteHomesBrazilPublished on May 02, 2019Cite: “Marubá Residence / Padovani Arquitetos Associados” [Residência Marubá / Padovani Arquitetos Associados] 02 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Gay Travel Croatia team “I started the Gay Travel Croatia page, and the idea was born three years ago when, in a conversation with my gay friends, I realized that they don’t know where to go when they visit one of our cities. “We have money, and we don’t know where to spend it because we don’t know where we are welcome,” that’s what it sounded like. I was bothered by this part where they don’t know where they are welcome because I believe the vast majority of us went through that phase a long time ago”, Says Iva Piglić Lazić, from Rijeka who has several reasons to launch this website. “It is precisely the gay population that is my personal and scientific interest. Personal because I have friends who are gay and I know their problems within the family, at work, and in society. I want to free them from that stigma, that stomach cramp, that hiding and fear of what they are. I don’t think it’s fair to make a difference. My scientific interest in this direction goes to the Department of Cultural Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana, where I deal with this topic”, Said Piglić Lazić. Find out more about the project at Gay Travel Croatia. Iva Piglić Lazić is a woman who launched a website intended for the gay population, and her goal is to open the doors of Croatia to them in the best possible way. Iva Piglić Lazić Croatia as a tourist country should be open to everyone, including the diverse. Despite the fact that we often witness inappropriate events towards others, Croatia is a part of European nations and a tourist destination and as such it is increasingly open to people of homosexual orientation. The users are foreign tourists who come to Croatia, but the portal is also intended for our tourists who want to get information that are gay friendly places in Croatia – gay friendly accommodation, clubs, beaches, beauty salons and the like. In Croatia, too, things are changing rapidly. Many agencies provide “tailor-made trips”, which would mean that agencies make trips according to individual wishes. “Croatia is not bad in terms of services, nor are Croats generally homophobic. Croatia is ready for such a portal, for such an idea, and I can use these services myself, why not? I like to be in the company of different people and grow on my own. There is so much a man can learn”, Explains Iva Piglić Lazić, who launched a project that could bring Croatia a lot more money than tourism. “I think most business people are aware of how big the annual revenue from gay tourism is, and it revolves around a staggering $ 150 billion! Over 300 thousand gay tourists come to Croatia every year, and these are guests of higher paying power, they are not burdened with loans, they mostly do not have children, so they come to Croatia all year round because they do not follow the school holidays. And they are mostly big gourmands who like to dance and have fun”, Said Iva, who also reveals one interesting piece of information when asked if this portal is intended only for boys or also for girls. The whole story was started from Rijeka, Iva gathered her team and once again showed that Rijeka is a port of diversity, cultural, multidimensional and liberal. One such agency is in Rijeka, through which 80 percent of American tourists come, who have special wishes, which includes renting yachts, helicopters, strictly defined car brands, private concerts and the like. They had a lot of inquiries for gay couples, but they had no one to turn to. “It is primarily intended for men. Research has shown that this is a homosocial situation, that is: a male space, such as watching matches from the stands in a male company or playing poker. Gay men love their space just as much as heterosexual men, and the Center for Women’s Studies at the Faculty of Philosophy in Rijeka, with which we also cooperate, confirmed that this is the case. I emphasize this scientific background because I do not want any piece of this project to be trivialized: a lot of people are involved in the background and this story is not the story of one man, me, but this is a common story of people who are aware”, Says the author of the project, who is currently positioned on social networks and continues to invite tourism workers to contact her via the site or social networks to make the offer from Croatia even better and more complete.
The New South Wales Touch Association (NSWTA) has announced finalists in all categories for the Annual NSWTA Awards to be held at Bankstown Sports Club on Saturday 21 July 2007.The prestigious awards will be presented at the 2007 Blues Dinner that will also commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the New South Wales Touch Association.The evening will celebrate the achievements of the last twelve months for affiliates, participants, and volunteers of the NSWTA. In a boon for the Blues Dinner, Former elite swimmer and multiple Commonwealth, Olympic, and World championship medallist Elka Graham will be the special guest speaker for the gala evening.The Blues dinner will also pay homage to Southern Suns and NSWTA legend Rod Wise, and bestow Life Membership, and Hall of Fame status to exceptional contributors to the sport in New South Wales. 140 guests have already signaled their intentions to attend the evening that promises to be a memorable occasion for both the foundation members of the NSWTA and the young guns of the sport who will celebrate the rich tradition and history of Australia’s foundation State Association.New South Wales General Manager Dean Russell is excited about the response to the Blues Dinner and is looking forward to a night of celebration and recognition for the many people in the NSWTA fraternity who help to make the sport the success it is across the State.“It should be a fantastic evening. Primarily it’s about recognizing our volunteers and the people who work so hard to make our affiliates and the sport so strong. Elka Graham’s involvement as guest speaker for the evening is tremendous, and the response from members wishing to attend so far has been overwhelming. It will be an historic occasion being the 35th Anniversary, but it will also be lots of fun and a chance for everyone to celebrate a great 12 months for the State,” Mr. Russell said.Tickets for the evening are $45- per person and are available from the NSWTA office.If you wish to attend either please contact Jarrat Wood or Kylie Russell on 1800 640 668.The Blues Dinner will be held in conjunction with the 2007 State Conference that will be conducted from Saturday 21-Sunday 22 July.The conference will be attended by 80 plus delegates from affiliates from all over the State.The State Conference offers theory and practical sessions with up to date strategic and operational tools for Administrators and affiliates, as well as technical arm development in refereeing, selecting, and coaching for affiliated members, as well as the opportunity to network with affiliate representatives and some of the sport’s leading administrators and technical personnel from all over the State.The Conference Program is available by following this link: http://www.nswtouch.com.au/uimages/419.xlsThe Finalists in the Blues Awards for 2006 are:AFFILIATE OF THE YEAR(Will be awarded from one of the six regional winners)Southern Suns:JerrabomberraWaggaMoruyaSydney Rebels:CampbelltownEastern SuburbsUNSWSydney Mets:PenrithLower Blue MountainsBlacktownSydney Scorpions:ManlyParramattaHornsbyHunter Western Hornets:ParkesNewcastle CityWallsendNorthern Eagles:Inverell JuniorsBallinaTamworthREGION OF THE YEARSouthern SunsSydney MetsHunter Western HornetsVOLUNTEER OF THE YEARCathy Moylan- PenrithLuke McKenzie- WaggaLeo Driscoll- The RockADMINSTRATOR OF THE YEARJenny Thomas- Inverell JuniorsAnnette Thomas-Schumacher- JerrabomberraJohn Ryan- Eastern SuburbsLyn Eason- Forster TuncurryCOACH OF THE YEARPeter Forrester- CanterburyWade Jenkins- CanterburyJason Hunt- Eastern SuburbsMick McDonald- Western SuburbsSELECTOR OF THE YEAR(Will be announced on the evening)MALE PLAYER OF THE YEARGarry Sonda- CanterburyDaniel Rushworth- Western SuburbsJoel Willoughby- CanterburyJason Stanton- Western SuburbsFEMALE PLAYER OF THE YEARKristy Judd- Eastern SuburbsAmanda Judd- Eastern SuburbsClare Winchester- CanterburyLouise Winchester- CanterburyJUNIOR MALE PLAYER OF THE YEARDean Springfield- PenrithMaurice Kennedy- HornsbyScott Naughton- YassJUNIOR FEMALE PLAYER OF THE YEARAmy Regal- WollongongNicole Beck- WollongongSophie Broadhead- Goulburn
TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Okazaki frustrated with Leicester as Huddersfield circleby Freddie Taylor9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveShinji Okazaki says he is waiting on Leicester City to decide his future.The 32-year-old has expressed his displeasure at his lack of playing time this season and believes it might be time to part ways with the club.”It’s up to Leicester. Right now, I don’t know whether they need me or not,” Okazaki told Japanese press after the 2-1 loss to the Saints. “Of course, (playing for) a team that wants me would be ideal.”I can’t feel satisfied as a player. After three-and-a-half years, maybe it’s time to move on. I have no intention of quarrelling with the team, but I will make my feelings known.”Huddersfield have reportedly had a bid rejected for the forward.
Mets pitcher Matt Harvey was caught in a tabloid cacophony last week after his agent, Scott Boras, spoke candidly about how many innings Harvey should pitch this season. Harvey, who came back from Tommy John surgery at the beginning of the year, was said to be on a soft limit of about 180 innings,1He’s currently at 166 1/3 innings, giving him about two more starts before he hits the limit. as recommended by his surgeon. The Mets want Harvey to pitch in the postseason, Boras wants Harvey to sit out if it means exceeding 180 innings, and Harvey … Harvey seems to want both things.Boras’s approach seems reasonable: Limiting the innings of a young pitcher who may still be recovering from a serious injury seems like it might be wise. The trouble is that we have no idea whether innings limits work.There’s no question that pitching puts great stress on the arm. Accordingly, some studies of adolescent pitchers have found a link between an athlete’s innings pitched and the probability of future injury. The logic is clear: The more pitches thrown, the more wear and tear on the arm. Based on that, a hard limit on Harvey’s workload appears to be a good idea.But there’s no guarantee that what goes for amateurs also goes for pros. Harvey and all other MLB pitchers are a particularly talented and hardy group of throwers relative to those who play in high school, the minors or even college. It’s plausible that each additional pitch does less damage to them than it would to your local high school pitcher. Supporting this idea, a recent paper analyzing MLB pitchers 25 and younger (Harvey is 26) found no clear link between the number of innings pitched and future injury rates.It’s possible that Harvey represents a special case because of not only his youth, but also his previous bout of elbow trouble. Boras made this argument by presenting a set of four pitchers comparable to Harvey, each of whom came off Tommy John surgery and pitched more than 200 innings in the next year. All four suffered complications.But a sample of four pitchers can hardly provide conclusive evidence, and the Mets’ own preseason study (using comparable players) produced the opposite conclusion. That two studies using similar methods could produce conflicting verdicts underscores the difficulty of predicting pitcher health. As Mets general manager Sandy Alderson put it, “It’s not science.”One of the major problems is that any simple calculation of workload (like IP) is a flawed measure of fatigue and thus injury risk. Not all pitches inflict the same damage upon the arm, and poor mechanics cause injury much more quickly. The future of injury analytics will likely depend on better ways of gauging pitcher health that measure not only the workload but also the technique of the pitcher and how it changes over time. Newer technologies such as motion tracking systems and wearable sensors offer the promise of novel metrics that could be predictive, but most such systems are in preliminary stages of development or are just being deployed. Until those new technologies develop further, the Mets, Boras and Harvey are flying blind.
Prior to Real Madrid’s encounter against local rivals Atletico Madrid on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo repeated his famous goal against Juventus last week in a training sessionThe Portuguese star proved that the famous goal in Turin was no fluke by replicating the stunning strike in a club training session, just days later.Ronaldo continued with his fine-scoring streak on Sunday by netting the opening goal in Real’s 1-1 draw against local rivals Atletico in the Madrid derby at the Santiago Bernabeu.The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has now scored an incredible 24 goals in his past 13 matches for Real and appears to still be in red-hot form with the club having shared a clip of the star in action on Twitter.Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.OTRA VEZ ? @Cristiano pic.twitter.com/NsiFmhcXN0— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) 7 April 2018Following their draw against Atletico, both Ronaldo and Real will now be returning their focus to the second leg of their quarter-final clash against Juventus in the Champions League with the title-holders holding a comfortable 3-0 aggregate lead over the Serie A leaders.
According to research by Corriere Della Sera, the goals scored by the Polish striker outweigh anything the Portuguese has done so far in the league.Cristiano Ronaldo joined Italian Serie A giants Juventus for 100 million Euro.Meanwhile, Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek was bought by Genoa for only 4 million.And for the Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera, the goals by Krzystof are more important.The Polish attacker has scored 13 goals, one less than Ronaldo this season.”Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.The best buy is not Cristiano Ronaldo but Krzysztof Piatek,” wrote the newspaper.“The goals are counted but they are all equal only in fantasy football. In reality, each of them has a different weight in terms of points won.”“The Genoa striker was a real deal for Preziosi, who signed him for only 4 million euros and Piatek has immediately shown his qualities, scoring 13 goals, only one less than Ronaldo, who cost 100 million,” they added.“If this was not enough, his goals have much higher importance for Genoa than Ronaldo’s for Juventus.”“The 13 goals of the Polish striker have guaranteed the Rossoblu 10 of the total 20 points in the standings,” they concluded.