Equity Bank Group Limited (EQTY.rw) 2018 Annual Report

first_imgEquity Bank Group Limited (EQTY.rw) listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2018 annual report.For more information about Equity Bank Group Limited (EQTY.rw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Equity Bank Group Limited (EQTY.rw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Equity Bank Group Limited (EQTY.rw)  2018 annual report.Company ProfileEquity Bank Group Limited is a leading financial institution based in Kenya which offers products and services to private individuals and small-to-medium enterprises, and the corporate banking market. It operates in six geographical markets; Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The consumer division targets salaried customers or customers who receive regular remittances, such as a pension. The SME division provides financial solutions for working capital needs, property development and acquisition of assets. The corporate division targets large enterprises offering products and services that range from equity, mortgage and asset finance loans to trade finance, development loans and business loans. Formerly known as Equity Bank Limited, the commercial bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Equity Group Holdings Limited. Equity Bank Group Limited is listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Leicester and Northampton on course for Premiership final

first_imgMallinder’s Leicester counterpart Richard Cockerill is fully aware there’s a long way to go until the Premiership final and is not getting carried away with the Tigers’ position at the top of the table.“We’re probably the two best sides in the league at the moment and this was a great game and a great win for us, but they won’t take this result in isolation and nor will we,” said Cockerill. “Neither of us has won anything tonight. We’ll just try to get as many points as we can and keep our form. I’m not worried about the table at the moment.”Leicester will be without Toby Flood during the Six Nations Both teams’ title credentials will be tested during the Six Nations with four Premiership fixtures already scheduled, and the Saints possibly facing another two rearranged league games in that time. They will both be without a number of international stars involved in the championship and the strength in depth of their squads will be under scrutiny. TAGS: Leicester TigersNorthampton Saints By Bea AspreyAfter Saturday’s entertaining Midlands derby, Leicester and Northampton must surely be favourites to make the Aviva Premiership final in May – and that’s certainly what the two coaches are gearing up for.Leicester triumphed 27-16 at Welford Road to stay top of the table but rivals Northampton have two games in hand given the recent postponements caused by bad weather and can easily catch, or even overtake, the Tigers with good results in those fixtures.Calum Clark impressed in Northampton’s defeat at LeicesterNorthampton coach Jim Mallinder is pleased with their standing in Europe – they’re unbeaten at the top of their Heineken Cup pool – but knows his side will have to return their winning ways in the Premiership to have a chance of making the final at Twickenham.“We’ll have to concentrate on every league game to have a chance of playing them again on a neutral surface,” said Mallinder. “This result won’t dent our confidence. There were things that we did well; our defence and organisation was good, and we showed attacking intent. We now know what we need to do to be the best in the league.” LEICESTER, ENGLAND – JANUARY 08: Toby Flood of Leicester kicks the ball upfield during the Aviva Premiership match between Leicester Tigers and Northampton Saints at Welford Road on January 8, 2011 in Leicester, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) center_img LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Even if they suffer a couple of defeats during February and March, Rugby World still wouldn’t bet against them making the Premiership final – and what a mouth-watering occasion that would be. Twickenham brace yourself for a cacophony of noise – just as there was at a sold-out Welford Road!To read Rugby World’s verdict on the game click herelast_img read more

Convention moves to balance ‘environmental’ and ‘economic’ justice

first_img Rector Shreveport, LA By Lynette WilsonPosted Jul 20, 2012 Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Martinsville, VA Rector Collierville, TN Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA July 28, 2012 at 1:29 am How far down this slippery slope of ecofascist nonsense are we going to go as a once honorable and industrious denomination? This form of Marxism does not survive intellectual scrutiny but instead thrives on emotional deception. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Comments (6) Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Bath, NC An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Jeffrey Parker says: The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Sarah Webb says: Advocacy Peace & Justice, September 8, 2012 at 7:47 pm I’m so glad to find this website and realize that the Episcopal church is confronting the challenge of climate change. Are there any resources available to help those of us who want to raise awareness in our local diocese? For instance, Maine has a 20% renewable-energy initiative on the ballot this November, and I’d love to raise awareness. I feel like there is a dearth of resources available to explain these issues clearly and concisely to a relatively uneducated audience. (As are most Americans, unfortunately. See above comment.)Some clear, fact-based charts, explaining the science, would be immensely helpful. Do such resources exist?(Griff, if you’re still involved in this site, I am Cephas’s sister–)Melissa July 21, 2012 at 3:07 pm I give thanks for the Very Rev. Cathleen Bascom in leading her community to take action on climate change solutions! Featured Events Convention moves to balance ‘environmental’ and ‘economic’ justice Submit a Job Listing Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Rector Hopkinsville, KY Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Melissa Jenks says: General Convention, Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Youth Minister Lorton, VA In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Press Release Service Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Rector Albany, NY Tags Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Phyllis Strupp says: Associate Rector Columbus, GA The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Featured Jobs & Calls July 23, 2012 at 12:24 pm This is a much more cogent article than most on this subject. I ask again: Is there any US Episcopal Church agreed upon definition of economic or environmental justice? Many legal documents begin with an early section that defines terms before beginning to use them in the rest of the document. Is there anything like that in the resolutions of the General Convention?The quote by Rowan Williams is something I think most people would agree with. Let’s focus on that. Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Rector Knoxville, TN Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Curate Diocese of Nebraska An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Environment & Climate Change, July 20, 2012 at 5:31 pm Lynette thanks for this informative article that shows in concrete ways how we are part of the created order, and the voices at convention who witnessed to this truth. Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Rector Pittsburgh, PA Peter Cabbiness says: Submit a Press Release Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Michael Maloney says: General Convention 2012 Rector Washington, DC Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Comments are closed. Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI July 23, 2012 at 2:17 pm This is excellent coverage of the tension that often exists between economic development and environmental concerns. We need another story on the more straight-up economic justice resolutions such as D87, Job Creation Legislation, and resolutions which address both environmental and Justice concerns such as C119 Clean Air Ports Act 2012. Mike Maloney, ENEJ Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Kivalina is the only village in Alaska’s Northwest Arctic Borough region where people hunt the bowhead whale, a cultural tradition and dietary mainstay that has been severely hampered by the thinning ice. Once, hunters camped on the ice for weeks at a time; now, they stay only a few days and mostly look for whales that have strayed from the herd. This historic photo shows a whaling team and was provided courtesy of Janet Mitchell.[Episcopal News Service] In the past 20 years the state of Iowa has experienced three crisis-level floods, the latest, in 2008, put nearly a third of the state underwater.“It was a 500 year flood, causing $60 billion in damages,” said the Very Rev. Cathleen Bascom, dean of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in downtown Des Moines, adding that the frequency of the floods “is what opened our eyes to the climate change issue.”The cathedral, which sits on High Street along with the four other remaining “old churches,” weathered the storms, but the low-lying areas – mostly home to low-income residents and immigrants – “suffered the most,” she said.“One of the economic justice issues I was made aware of following the flood was that the levee above Birdland [a low-lying neighborhood in north Des Moines] was allowed to remain weak, so it broke,” said Bascom, adding that areas downriver, including the city’s financial district, have experienced re-gentrification. “So the water, then, was not a threat to higher income properties.”Bascom, an Iowa deputy to the 77th General Convention in Indianapolis July 3-13, testified before the National and International Concerns Committee in Indianapolis on behalf of a resolution to address environmental justice (B023).In a post-convention telephone interview with ENS, Bascom said one of the things she really liked about the resolution was its call to action, which implores institutions, the church, dioceses and congregations “to support to implementation of grassroots, community-based solutions to climate change,” including ecological restoration, promoting food sovereignty and making local adaptations toward resilience. The latter being something the cathedral has done already by mitigating storm-water runoff.Replacing dilapidated asphalt with permeable pavement and a filtration system, the cathedral has the capacity to keep 12 swimming pools worth of water out the storm-sewer system and out of the river, Bascom said. The cathedral also planted a garden, including native-plant species like prairie grasses, that is irrigated by the water. The garden also serves as a “welcome mat” and place of respite for nearby workers and a conservation laboratory for urban children, she added.In addition to B023, General Convention passed Resolution D055, which advocates for public policy to reduce climate-change emissions. Both B023 and D055, in addition to previous general convention resolutions, form the basis for the church’s environmental and economic justice work in the coming triennium.“To me, two of the issues about which the church is called to be more and more visible and proactive are climate change and poverty/economic inequity,” said Michael Schut, the Episcopal Church’s officer for environmental and economic affairs. “Resolution B023 calls us to ‘resist the development and expansion of ever more unconventional, dangerous, and environmentally destructive sources of fossil fuel.’”“That resistance may mean we need to be out on the streets in peaceful protest of such efforts. Such resistance obviously answers the call to be more proactive about climate change. But the resolution recognizes that in such resistance the church must support those who might lose their jobs in the transition from a fossil-fuel-based economy to a clean energy economy… which answers the call to address poverty.”Balancing the need to protect the environment while simultaneously working to alleviate poverty, however, can often leave Episcopalians in the trenches feeling at odds, especially in states like Pennsylvania where the unemployment rate is high and where generations have made a living working in the mines and the oil and gas fields.“Finding the social justice right mix representing the church’s good stewardship of the environment and its love and concern for people and to mitigate poverty is not an easy path,” said Joan Gundersen, who served as a deputy of the Diocese of Pittsburgh and on convention’s National and International Concerns Committee, in a July 17 interview with Episcopal News Service.In Pittsburgh, the diocese has a “double concern,” Gundersen said: “Of course we are interested in the environment, and making sure that whatever is done, is done safely, but we are also cognizant of the high unemployment rates and the hunger for jobs.”Pittsburgh sits over the Marcellus Shale, an enormous natural gas reserve lying a mile beneath the surface and covering an area from New York through parts of Pennsylvania into Ohio and West Virginia. Given its location near major population centers in the eastern United States, some see the Marcellus as ripe for development.In 2010, the city of Pittsburgh voted to ban corporations from drilling for natural gas, including hydraulic fracking, within the city limits. The diocese, which includes rural, high-unemployment areas like Northern Cambria, hasn’t taken a position on fracking and hasn’t had a “deep conversation” on the matter, said Gundersen. In addition, General Convention discharged a resolution to “oppose dangerous fracking.”During a hearing on Resolution D055, Gundersen testified that selling the resolution in Pittsburgh might not be difficult, but the same wouldn’t hold true in surrounding rural areas.“When you’re in the countryside where 39 percent of the population is unemployed and these fuels are their livelihood,” she said. “… How do you sell it in the rural depressed coal mining areas?”Unlike in West Virginia, where the state receives a bigger cut of the profits generated from resource extraction, which it can use to repair roads and for environmental restoration projects, Pennsylvania where infrastructure and regulation have lagged doesn’t receive the same revenue. And depending on where you are in Pennsylvania, reaction is mixed regarding environmental contamination, the extent and its existence, she said.A natural gas processing plant, Gundersen added, is poised to open along the Pennsylvania-Ohio border, bringing at least 2,000 jobs to the area.Resolution D055’s explanation states: “… Other costs of fossil fuels include oil spills, contamination of ground water with mercury and other pollutants from coal mining, and accumulation of improperly stored radioactive waste as a result of hydrofracking. There are many concomitant health care costs from our exposure to these pollutants…”It continues, “The continued use of fossil fuels is not sustainable.”Also during the testimony, the Rev. Barbara Schlachter, a visitor to convention from the Diocese of Iowa who helped found Iowa City Climate Activists, called attention to the real costs of low-cost fuels, as pointed out in the resolution’s explanation, and called for support for renewable energy sources. Schlachter said reducing reliance of fossil fuels is a “moral issue.”“What is going to happen to our environment, our atmosphere,” she asked. “It’s [climate change] has already come to some parts, and it’s coming here.”During his testimony on B023 before the committee, Austin Swan Sr., a deputy from the Diocese of Alaska, and a resident of Kivalina, an Inupiaq island-community where climate change threatens the community’s continued existence, shared his experience.“I am a lifetime resident of Kivalina, born and raised there. When I was a child, we had probably two-thirds more land and now have 35 percent of that land, all this loss due to erosion mostly in the last four or five years,” he said.And despite living in an environment rich in natural resources, including the world’s largest zinc mine located upriver, Swans said: “We still live in third world conditions. Where does that money go?”Proposed by Alaska Bishop Mark Lattime, the resolution resolves “That the 77th General Convention of The Episcopal Church stands in solidarity with those communities who bear the greatest burdens of global climate change: indigenous peoples, subsistence communities, communities of color, and persons living in depravation around the world…”The village of Kivalina sits on the tip of a six- to eight-mile-long barrier island – a quarter-mile at its widest – some 80 to 120 miles above the Arctic Circle between the Chukchi Sea and the Kivalina Lagoon in Alaska. It is home to about 400 people and reachable only by plane and boat in the summer and plane, and snowmobile in winter.Of the 200 native coastal communities in Alaska, varying degrees of erosion affect about 180 of them, according to the federal government’s General Accounting Office. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has said that Kivalina is one of three native communities in need of relocation.As explained in the resolution’s explanation, Kivalina “has been ever-increasingly at risk because of global climate change. Loss of sea ice has led to increased coastal erosion, land failure, and unreliable, if not perilous, conditions for the practice of subsistence hunting.”In 2008, the village of Kivalina filed a lawsuit against 24 oil, electricity and coal companies, including Exxon Mobile Corp., Conoco Phillips and BP. The claim alleges that, as significant contributors to greenhouse-gas emissions, the corporations have exacerbated global warming, thereby accelerating erosion in Kivalina and leaving the island vulnerable to storm surge and flooding.Further, the resolution’s explanation stated, that Shell Oil was set this month to begin oil exploration in the Chukchi Sea, “the deepest source of Inupaiq food, cultural identity and spirituality alike.”California Bishop Marc Andrus, who endorsed B023 and sat on the National and International Concerns Committee, said the people of Kivalina “identify with the island and its surroundings,” and to move is not as simple as moving from Alabama to San Francisco, as he did when he became bishop.Not unlike with the Guarani, a formally nomadic indigenous tribe in Brazil that has lost much of its ancestral land, for the people of Kivalina to move, “is a kind of death,” he said.(Through a companion relationship with the Diocese of Curitiba in Brazil, the Diocese of California has supported the Anglican Church of Brazil’s efforts to stand with the Guarani.)While at convention, hearing the stories of the Guarani and the situation in Kivalina, who are in “much more extreme” situations, reminded Bascom, she later said, of a lecture Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams once gave called “Renewing the Face of the Earth: Human Responsibility and the Environment,” in which he said:“It is possible to argue about the exact degree to which human intervention is responsible for these phenomena … but it is not possible rationally to deny what the inhabitants of low-lying territories in the world routinely face as the most imminent threat to their lives and livelihoods.”– Lynette Wilson is an editor/reporter for Episcopal News Service. 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Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monte…

first_imgArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/631638/zaha-hadid-unveils-community-oriented-housing-project-in-monterrey Clipboard Mexico CopyAbout this officeZaha Hadid ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsUnbuilt ProjectResidential ArchitectureHousingDabasHousingMonterreyZaha HadidResidential3D ModellingMexicoPublished on May 14, 2015Cite: Rory Stott. “Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monterrey” 14 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsWritten by Rory Stott Share Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In MonterreySave this projectSaveZaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monterrey The design responds to its location in the Huajuco Canyon by arranging apartments to reduce solar loads and capture the prevailing winds and cool the buildings’ interiors. In addition, the facade of the buildings uses a matrix of balconies, arranged into a formation which “references the local architectural language and Mexican tradition of interlocking lattice geometries to provide shading and describe the outdoor space of each residence.”Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid Architects”Each side of the building has been shaped to optimize its environmental orientation, creating a sequence of interconnected internal and external courtyards, gardens and public spaces for both residents and neighbors,” explain Zaha Hadid Architects. “By gradually fragmenting the overall volume of the design, its relationship with its context is customized to become solid in some areas and permeable in others. This transition from solid to porous reflects the extreme contrasts which characterize the surrounding urban fabric: from the noisy commercial side with its eight-lane motorway; to the quiet, low-density suburban developments that spread to the base of the mountains in the distance.”Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsThe design also incorporates principles of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), using interconnected public spaces and natural surveillance to create a development that is community-oriented. At the center of the development is a 30,000-square-meter public park, which includes a Clubhouse, chapel, play areas for children, a skate park and sports areas, quiet zones for relaxation, a picnic area and an amphitheatre.Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsThe scheme is structured to be delivered in three phases. The first phase will containing 353 units, and is scheduled for completion in 2018.Save this picture!© Zaha Hadid ArchitectsArchitectsZaha Hadid ArchitectsLocationMonterrey, Nuevo Leon, MexicoArchitectural DesignZaha Hadid with Patrik SchumacherProject DirectorJuan Ignacio Aranguren C.Project ArchitectAndrés Arias MadridProject TeamSofia Amodio, Pierandrea Angius, Megan Burke, Cristina Capanna, Gerry Cruz, Johannes Elias, Veronica Erspamer, Gianni Giuffrida, Marco Guardincerri, Soomeen Hahm, Lisa Hofbauer, Julia Hyoun Hee Na, Stefano Iacopini, Lisa Kinnerud, Alexandre Kuroda, Mariagrazia Lanza, Carolina López-Blanco, Milica Pihler-Mirjanic, Sobitha Ravichandran, Kate Revyakina, Yitzhak Samun, Ricardo Sosa-Mejia, Ana Wang Zuñiga, Fei Wang, Fulvio Wirz, Paolo ZilliLocal ArchitectBUDICProject ManagementEscalaStructural EngineerFhecor Ingenieros + Alonso y AsociadosServices EngineersPGI EngineeringQuantity SurveyorLeopoldo Varela y AsociadosLighting ConsultantArtec 3Landscape ConsultantTaller de Operaciones Ambientales (TOA)ClientCitelis, Organización RamírezArea137000.0 m2Project Year2015PhotographsZaha Hadid ArchitectsProject gallerySee allShow lessCasa Patios / Riofrio+Rodrigo ArquitectosSelected ProjectsHazelton Residence 1 / Batay-Csorba ArchitectsSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, MexicoLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Zaha Hadid Unveils Community-Oriented Housing Project In Monterreycenter_img Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/631638/zaha-hadid-unveils-community-oriented-housing-project-in-monterrey Clipboard CopyZaha Hadid Architects have unveiled their first project in Mexico, a residential development in Monterrey. The country’s third-largest city, Monterrey is a rapidly growing and increasingly important manufacturing and technology center. The project, named “Esfera City Center,” is located to the southeast of Monterrey in the Huajuco Canyon, where it will provide crucial homes in a rapidly expanding part of the city.Consisting of 981 units from single-person lofts to four-bedroom apartments totaling 137,000 square meters, the design rejects the original brief from the client which called for 12 residential towers, instead opting for a series of long, low-rise blocks which surround a public park, bringing a community focus to the design.More images and information about the Esfera City Center project after the break.+ 9 “COPY” “COPY” Housinglast_img read more

House P / Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten

first_img “COPY” “COPY” Houses Year:  House P / Gangoly & Kristiner ArchitektenSave this projectSaveHouse P / Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten CopyAbout this officeGangoly & Kristiner ArchitektenOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAustriaPublished on August 21, 2018Cite: “House P / Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten” 21 Aug 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceGlass3MSun Control Window Film in MarkthalSinkshansgroheBasin FaucetsPaintSTAC BONDComposite Panel Finishes – MetallicsConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight FE PassivhausLightsLouis PoulsenOutdoor Lighting – Flindt GardenWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 70 ADUrban ShadingPunto DesignPavilion – CUBEDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Hinged Door | AlbaWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT BlockGreen FacadesSempergreenLiving Wall – SemperGreenwallMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Save this picture!© Paul Ott+ 13Curated by Fernanda Castro Share 2015 CopyHouses•Austria Area:  330 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/900442/house-p-gangoly-and-kristiner-architekten Clipboard Austria Projects Architects: Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten Area Area of this architecture project Photographs:  Paul OttSave this picture!© Paul OttRecommended ProductsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20WoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesText description provided by the architects. House P is proverbially an old barn treasure. A farmstead situated on top of a hill bridge within the vineyards of western Styria assembling a main house and four annexes which used to be traditional farm buildings.Save this picture!© Paul OttSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Paul OttThe main house keeps being the main residential building, while the old barn has been adapted for garage and storage use. And the former stable building as well as the other farm buildings – previously used for the production and storage of wine – are being reused as guest house, pool and wellness house.Save this picture!© Paul OttProject gallerySee allShow lessBaix Camp Association Center Reform / NAM ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsYazd Urban Villa / awe officeSelected Projects Share House P / Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/900442/house-p-gangoly-and-kristiner-architekten Clipboardlast_img read more

Police searching for stabbing suspects

first_img Facebook Pinterest Previous articleStepfather will face pre-trial in sexual abuse caseNext articleMan charged with assaulting mother admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Facebook Police searching for man connected to hit and run The Odessa Police Department is searching for two subjects involved in the stabbing of a family member that occurred this morning in South Odessa, an OPD press release said.Armando Quinonez, 18, and Kristian Dutchover, 19, are currently wanted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a first-degree felony, the release detailed.Police responded to the incident around 10:37 a.m. in the 1400 block of S. Texas Avenue, leSueur said, in reference to a domestic disturbance.The stabbing victim, 41-year-old Mario Macias, then drove himself to Medical Center Hospital with serious bodily injury, the release said, where he is currently listed as being in fair condition.Police are asking anyone who may have information regarding the whereabouts of Quinonez or Dutchover to call the Odessa Police Department at 432-333-3641 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS. Kristian Dutchover, left; Armando Quinonez Pinterest Foolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinCreamy Fruit SaladHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay center_img By admin – January 10, 2018 Home Local News Crime Police searching for stabbing suspects Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Local NewsCrime Police searching for stabbing suspects Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death last_img read more

Remote sensing reveals Antarctic green snow algae as important terrestrial carbon sink

first_imgWe present the first estimate of green snow algae community biomass and distribution along the Antarctic Peninsula. Sentinel 2 imagery supported by two field campaigns revealed 1679 snow algae blooms, seasonally covering 1.95 × 10^6 m2 and equating to 1.3 × 10^3 tonnes total dry biomass. Ecosystem range is limited to areas with average positive summer temperatures, and distribution strongly influenced by marine nutrient inputs, with 60% of blooms less than 5 km from a penguin colony. A warming Antarctica may lose a majority of the 62% of blooms occupying small, low-lying islands with no high ground for range expansion. However, bloom area and elevation were observed to increase at lower latitudes, suggesting that parallel expansion of bloom area on larger landmasses, close to bird or seal colonies, is likely. This increase is predicted to outweigh biomass lost from small islands, resulting in a net increase in snow algae extent and biomass as the Peninsula warms.last_img read more

Evansville City Council Agenda For September 26, 2016

first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare RESOLUTION DOCKET RESOLUTION C-2016-29 ORDINANCE G-2016-27 FINANCE MOSBY, ADAMS, WEAVERAn Ordinance Repealing Chapter 2.140 of the Evansville Municipal Code (Hospital Authority)ORDINANCE G-2016-28 A.S.D. ADAMSAn Ordinance Amending Title 18 of the Evansville Municipal Code (Zoning)RESOLUTION C-2016-28 FINANCE McGINNResolution on Ordinance Modifying the Property Tax Relief Rate and the Expenditure Rate in Vanderburgh CountyCONSENT AGENDA SECOND READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONSORDINANCE G-2016-26 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance Fixing the Salaries of Every Appointive Officer, Employee, Deputy, Assistant, Departmental and Institutional Head of the City of Evansville and the Evansville-Vanderburgh County Levee Authority for the Year 2017 and Establishing Salary Administration ProceduresORDINANCE F-2016-24 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Re-Appropriation of Funds within Various Accounts (DMD)ORDINANCE F-2016-25 AMENDED FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Transfers of Appropriations, Additional Appropriations and Repeal and Re-Appropriation of Funds for Various City FundsORDINANCE F-2016-26 AMENDED FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana Fixing the Salaries of Elected Officials for the City of Evansville, Indiana for the Year 2017ORDINANCE F-2016-27 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana Appropriating Monies for the Purpose of Defraying the Expenditures of Departments of the City Government for the Fiscal Year Beginning January 1, 2017 A Resolution in Favor of Increasing the Evansville Fire Department Roster by Fifteen Lieutenants ROLL CALLPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AGENDA The next meeting of the Common Council will be Monday October 10, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Committee meetings will begin at 5:15 p.m.Andrea Lendy, Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville: Tax Phase-In Compliance Reports ADJOURNMENT CITY COUNCIL AGENDA SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 ROOM 301, CIVIC CENTER 5:30 P.M.center_img MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS ADAMS 1 APPROVAL OF MEETING MEMORANDUMREPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONSCONSENT AGENDA FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS DOCKET CITY COUNCIL AGENDA SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 ROOM 301, CIVIC CENTER 5:30 P.M.ORDINANCE F-2016-28 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana Appropriating Monies for the Purpose of Defraying the Expenditures of Evansville-Vanderburgh Levee Authority District for the Fiscal Year Beginning January 1, 2017ORDINANCE F-2016-29 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Approving and Adopting the 2017 Budget for the Port Authority of EvansvilleREGULAR AGENDA THIRD READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONSORDINANCE G-2016-26 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance Fixing the Salaries of Every Appointive Officer, Employee, Deputy, Assistant, Departmental and Institutional Head of the City of Evansville and the Evansville-Vanderburgh County Levee Authority for the Year 2017 and Establishing Salary Administration ProceduresORDINANCE F-2016-24 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Re-Appropriation of Funds within Various Accounts (DMD)ORDINANCE F-2016-25 AMENDED FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Transfers of Appropriations, Additional Appropriations and Repeal and Re-Appropriation of Funds for Various City FundsORDINANCE F-2016-26 AMENDED FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana Fixing the Salaries of Elected Officials for the City of Evansville, Indiana for the Year 2017ORDINANCE F-2016-27 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana Appropriating Monies for the Purpose of Defraying the Expenditures of Departments of the City Government for the Fiscal Year Beginning January 1, 2017ORDINANCE F-2016-28 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville, Indiana Appropriating Monies for the Purpose of Defraying the Expenditures of Evansville-Vanderburgh Levee Authority District for the Fiscal Year Beginning January 1, 2017ORDINANCE F-2016-29 FINANCE McGINNAn Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Approving and Adopting the 2017 Budget for the Port Authority of Evansvillelast_img read more

West New York teacher arrested for alleged drug possession

first_imgEAST RUTHERFORD — Officers arrested a West New York school teacher Dec. 4 for alleged drug possession, per a press release from the East Rutherford Police Department.After an investigation at his apartment Nov. 29, officers charged Kenneth Furlong, 24, with multiple offenses. They include second-degree crime possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, second degree crime possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, third-degree possession of cocaine, and possession of marijuana over 50 grams. Furlong turned himself in to East Rutherford police Dec. 4, the release said. He was transported to Bergen County Jail for a central judicial processing hearing.The ERPD said in the release that he is “employed by the West New York Board of Education (Memorial High School) and he turned himself in to ERPD with his attorney John Lynch.”The ERPD is continuing its investigation.When reached by phone, the district said it had “no comment” regarding Furlong’s future as a teacher.last_img read more

Theatre Company, O.C. Offer Creative Entertainment Amid Coronavirus

first_imgBy MADDY VITALEOcean City Theatre Company is in the creativity business.The last couple of weeks have put that to the test amid the coronavirus outbreak.So, what did Michael Hartman, founder of the theatre company and also Ocean City special events coordinator, decide to do — along with the help of very willing participants?He took to Instagram to create avenues for young people to still enjoy local theater and, in another project, have the Ocean City crown holders read to children and their families during royalty story time, he explained in an interview Friday.“Moments like this one, Hurricane Sandy and 9-11, make you want to stop and hit the reset button. You have to see the human spirit and stay focused on the good,” Hartman noted. “We have to stay connected and engaged.”For those who love theater, the stage, albeit is a bit different, it is a virtual one, but viewers can enjoy some of the top OCTC performers by following OCTheatreCo on Instagram.The virtual cabarets via Instagram are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p.m.Up first was Megan McDevitt. She has appeared in several OCTC productions including Beauty and the Beast (Belle), A Chorus Line (Maggie), Fiddler on the Roof (Chava) and the title roles in Cinderella and Junie B. Jones.Hartman said the virtual event was viewed by people from all over.“Megan sang a couple of songs and she performed a little bit, Hartman said. “It put the light on the theater as a whole. She shared tips. These little opportunities give hope to kids that they could attain their dreams.”Families are getting ready for crown holders to read stories on Instagram this Monday.He added, “My heart is with making sure the kids and the arts stay strong.”The virtual prince and princess story time is something that he anticipates will be a big draw.The first royalty story time is Monday, March 23 at 10:30 a.m. Miss Ocean City 2020 Mary Grace Jamison will start it off by reading to children and their families and even chat about her experiences as a crown holder.After that, Hartman said the plan is for the other title holders, Junior Miss Natalie Argento and Little Miss Antonella DiAntonio, to participate in the story times.He noted that with all of the events cancelled or postponed that the queens would have participated in, this was the best idea to keep them involved and to help make a difference.“I reached out to them and said we will have to be creative with what we do to have an impact,” Hartman explained.Mary Grace will dress up in a gown and wear her crown as will the other queens.Viewers — including parents and guardians — are asked to get involved.“People can log into Instagram and if they have old Disney costumes or want to make crowns out of paper they could do so,” Hartman said. “Moms and dads can participate. Families have to be creative and it is a great opportunity for the queens to be role models for the kids.”For both theater company Instagram events and story times the viewers will have access to them for up to 24 hours.“At the end of the day, these are the stories that matter,” Hartman said. “Ocean City will be OK. It is a town that will bounce back. It is sort of woven in its foundation.” The first OCTC virtual performance was widely received, officials say. Pictured is Megan McDevitt from hits including OCTC’s Junie B. Jones. (Images courtesy City of Ocean City)last_img read more