Rush to avoid hike in stamp duty

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Forget the top Cash ISA rate. I’d pocket 5%+ from crashing FTSE 100 dividend stocks today

first_img “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Enter Your Email Address Peter Stephens has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. 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This is around four times the best interest rates that are available on Cash ISAs at the present time.Although buying FTSE 100 dividend stocks is far riskier than having a Cash ISA, over the long run, they could deliver significantly greater returns than holding cash.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…As such, now could be the right time to buy a diverse range of large-cap shares to enhance your income prospects over the coming years.FTSE 100 appealThe FTSE 100’s dividend yield has increased to 5% as a result of its recent decline in price. In the short run, its price could fall even further due to the ongoing risks regarding the impact of the coronavirus on the world economy.However, in the long run it could offer an impressive return outlook for income investors. Not only does its high yield suggest that its income return could be high, it also indicates that the index offers good value for money. Therefore, its total returns may prove to be impressive – especially when compared to those of a Cash ISA.Furthermore, the FTSE 100 could deliver dividend growth. This may not be at an especially fast pace in the short run due to the possible impact of the coronavirus on the world economy. But over time, dividend growth among FTSE 100 shares may outpace the rise in interest rates on Cash ISAs.Risk reductionAs mentioned, buying FTSE 100 shares is a riskier move than having a Cash ISA. However, the risk of loss can be reduced through purchasing a diverse range of shares. This limits the impact of one stock’s performance on your wider portfolio, and may help you to generate a more robust and sustainable income return.In addition, the FTSE 100’s long-term prospects continue to be relatively bright. It has experienced downturns similar to the one currently in progress many times since its inception 36 years ago. It has recovered from all of them, which suggests that if you have a long time horizon then buying shares could be an effective use of your capital.Another means of reducing your risk when buying dividend shares is to focus your capital on companies that have highly affordable dividends. In other words, they do not use a too-large proportion of their annual profit to make shareholder payouts. This could reduce the chances of dividend cuts. Similarly, buying shares with strong track records of paying robust dividends could improve the resilience of your passive income.Buying todayBuying shares while they are subject to major price declines may seem to be a risky move. It could lead to paper losses in the short run but, in the long term, it may produce significantly higher returns than those offered by a Cash ISA. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. 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Is Roblox a good long-term investment and will its share price continue to rise?

first_img Enter Your Email Address Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Kirsteen has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Roblox (NYSE:RBLX) is a gaming platform loved by children and teenagers all over the world. It’s also become a big hit with independent game developers. So, when it went public in New York last week, it’s no surprise it was to a roaring reception. It now has a market cap of $38bn and has been added to one of America’s favourite exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Is it a good long-term investment though, and does the Roblox share price have further to climb?Roblox is described as a digital universe. It’s filled with thousands of games, many made by the gamers who signed up to the platform. The enticing reason for this is that Roblox rewards its creators with a 70% cut of any revenue generated from their games. Some independent users have made million-dollar fortunes from the platform.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Long-term investment opportunityFor many investors, the primary reason they’re attracted to Roblox is its staying power. The company has been around for nearly 17 years. It’s massively popular with youngsters for both playing alone or with their friends in an online environment. The extensive choice of game genres means there’s something for everyone, and word of mouth plays a powerful part in attracting new users.While the games are free, in-game purchase options bring in the money. While under no obligation to spend, the temptation is there. And many children are choosing to spend their pocket money in this way to enhance their gaming experience.ARK Invest, a popular US ETF provider founded by Cathie Wood, focuses on tech plays with a long-term vision. Roblox appears to fit the bill, because ARK invested in 519,000 ($36m) Roblox shares at IPO. ARK’s endorsement gives a more bullish case to the company and could entice further retail investment.Roblox revenue risksI think there are a few risks to the company’s revenues, and these could lead to volatility in the Roblox share price.In its early days, the company came under fire for a lack of regulation over its game content. This led to children being exposed to games with less than suitable content. It’s since been attempting to tighten this up, but I think the risk remains. And now that it’s publicly listed, any negative press alarming parents could destructively affect the Roblox share price.Gaming has had a revenue boost from pandemic lockdowns and Roblox has benefited from this. But there’s a risk that its popularity will slump when the world gets moving again.Furthermore, I believe Roblox must tighten up its security as high-profile hacking is on the rise.Would I buy shares in Roblox?I can see the popularity in Roblox, it has a massive fanbase and a potentially endless market to tap. As children get older and discover the worlds it presents, they naturally want to join. However, the gaming industry is notoriously competitive, and its ongoing success depends on growing its user base and revenue streams.I think it has the potential to keep advancing, it’s already said it expects Q1 revenue to double. Prior to IPO, Roblox raised over $850m in venture capital funding rounds. So it has a lot of institutional backing. And, having witnessed how children engage with the platform, I think it’s got staying power. Personally, I’m tempted to buy shares in Roblox as a long-term investment. Is Roblox a good long-term investment and will its share price continue to rise? Image source: Getty Images I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Kirsteen Mackay | Sunday, 14th March, 2021 | More on: RBLX Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. For regular stock market investing ideas and help choosing the best shares to buy now, sign up to The Motley Fool today. See all posts by Kirsteen Mackaylast_img read more

Haiti Episcopal college prepares students for agriculture, agribusiness

first_img Submit a Job Listing Rector Smithfield, NC Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Featured Jobs & Calls Curate Diocese of Nebraska Featured Events Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ February 23, 2016 at 7:50 am Couldn’t agree more to Ann’s post. Great project. Comments are closed. 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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Tim Myers says: Rector Martinsville, VA 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 Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Rector Belleville, IL New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Rector Collierville, TN Rector Tampa, FL Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Click here to read this story in French. [Episcopal News Service –Terrier-Rouge, Haiti] On a recent February morning a young Haitian man riding high on a John Deere tractor tilled the fields, readying them for the first planting of the year at the St. Barnabas Center for Agriculture, an Episcopal college located on 475 acres of fertile coastal plain in northern Haiti.As the tractor turned over the dark, clay soil, preparing it for planting, two young men worked to patch a crack in a cement water tank, two others pulled weeds from a carrot patch, and another two used blue and green plastic watering cans to hand-water beets, carrots and leafy greens growing in test plots and the seedlings coming to life in the greenhouse. Another young man drove cattle across the back of the property, while others continued to clear more land for the tractor and future planting.On a February day, a worker hand watered the seedlings in the greenhouse at the St. Barnabas Center for Agriculture in Terrier-Rouge, Haiti. Located in the country’s north on the coastal plain, the 475-acre school is 1.5 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceMeanwhile, students dressed in matching polo shirts with big block letters, “CASB” for the French “Centre D’Agriculture St. Barnabas,” written across the back, were studying in the classroom.The beginning signs of abundant life after a period of financial hardship and drought were everywhere; it was a $100,000 grant from the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island in 2014 that helped St. Barnabas begin its revitalization.“St. Barnabas was created in the name of God, and in the same name of God, St. Barnabas will be alive again,” said Etienne Saint-Ange, coordinator of field operations, in Creole through an interpreter.Etienne Saint-Ange, coordinator of field operations, talks with workers weeding carrots in the test plot, where plants are being tested for their viability. Everything grown at the school is grown organically. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceFor a decade the St. Barnabas Center for Agriculture operated without financial support, yet has continued in its mission to train agricultural technicians. Half the population works in agriculture, but a majority of Haitians lack food and 30 percent of all children suffer from malnutrition. It was Saint-Ange and other dedicated staff members that kept the school running, living off the produce grown in its fields.“The college leaders were the ones who kept it going from 2005-2014,” said Dan Tootle, an Episcopal Church Volunteer in Mission who serves as St. Barnabas’ program manager. In December 2015, faculty received seven months of back pay, a small amount of the $140,000 they are owed. “That’s not a show stopper because the people who were able to sustain this place now have a sense of hope,” said Tootle.Dan Tootle, an Episcopal Church Volunteer in Mission, has worked diligently on the St. Barnabas’ revitalization plan, which is intended to turn the agriculture college into a regional center for agriculture and economic development. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceTootle, 74, has served as a missionary to Haiti since 1999, when St. Martin’s-in-the-Field in Severna Park, Maryland, sponsored him. He became an Episcopal Church-appointed Volunteer in Mission in 2013, and has since focused on St. Barnabas, working on a five-year, $11.7 million revitalization plan that will modernize the college and transform it into a regional center for agriculture and economic development. It will also employ more than 180 people.“We took a hard look at the college to determine what it would take to revitalize this institution,” said Tootle, scrolling through the 35-page, comprehensive master plan, a scaled down version of the full 76-page study. “It was not just a matter of restoring it to what it was doing in the past, but moving it forward into what’s needed in the 21st century, beyond just the uses of traditional Haitian agriculture.”Ultimately, the college will be self-sustainable and able to provide assistance to other diocesan institutions.Now in its fifth iteration, including feedback from regional stakeholders and a full staff build out, the first 2.5-year phase includes construction of new academic facilities and preparing the land for proper drainage and access, as well as other foundational work. The second 1.5-year phase includes the infrastructure needed to raise and process animals, as well as establishing a regional agricultural support center. The third and final phase includes building a dormitory for 250 residential students, and the remaining administrative and support buildings. Other plans are to partner with FreshMinistries on aquaponics, establish orchards, and grow plants like sisal specifically to sell to processors.Teacher Georges Gabriel Etienne, who teaches botanics and vegetable crops, leads students on a lesson outside in the test plot. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceThe training that students receive at St. Barnabas is equivalent to that of students attending a community college in the United States, said Tootle, adding that it equips them to move directly into agribusiness and farming operations. As the curriculum evolves, he added, students will be encouraged toward entrepreneurship, and given the resources to help them along the way.Established as a partnership between the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti and the Presbyterian Church USA in 1984, St. Barnabas gained a nationwide reputation for educational excellence graduating some 30 classes over the years.“Young people from all over the country come here to be trained as agricultural technicians,” said Yves Mary Etienne, an economist and St. Barnabas graduate who joined the faculty in its early years and has stayed on.Yves Mary Etienne, an economist, pulls bok choy from the test plot and gives it to a woman from the community to sell at a local market. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service“St. Barnabas was created to further train farmers that couldn’t afford to go to school,”Etienne said in Creole through an interpreter, adding that students typically returned home, sharing what they’d learned for the benefit of the community. “St. Barnabas is not only for the north and the northeast, but educates students from around the country.”St. Barnabas’ graduates also developed a reputation for being well prepared.In Haiti, it’s important that job seekers have references, said Merlotte Pierre, who has served as St. Barnabas’ secretary and a French grammar teacher since 1997. A certificate from St. Barnabas often stands alone, she said, also in Creole through an interpreter.Merlotte Pierre teaches French grammar to students studying at the St. Barnabas Center for Agriculture. Pierre works as both the college’s secretary and a French teacher. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceFor students like Jonas Bien-Aimé, 22, who wants to become an agricultural expert, and Jouveline Pericles, 21, whose favorite subject is soil conservation and who someday would like to work for a nongovernmental organization, St. Barnabas provides the training, education and skills to move into such jobs. St. Barnabas’ students learn sustainable agricultural practices; all crops are grown organically, fertilized with compost rather than chemical fertilizers, and water and soil conservation are high priorities.St. Barnabas is one of two trade schools in the northern region of Haiti belonging to the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti – the other is Holy Spirit in Cap-Haïtien that trains students to works as plumbers, electricians and mechanics. Across the diocese, which has the most people in the Episcopal Church, education is a focus. The Diocese of Haiti operates more than 250 primary and secondary schools across Haiti that still is recovering from the magnitude-7 earthquake that devastated the country, killing hundreds of thousands and displacing more than 1.5 million people in 2010.Eliza Brinkley, a Young Adult Service Corps missionary from the Diocese of North Carolina, teaches English to students at the St. Barnabas Center for Agriculture. In addition to studying agriculture and agriculture techniques, students study English, French, economics and other general education topics.In the aftermath, governments and international relief agencies committed billions of dollars in aid to rebuild the Caribbean nation, long considered the poorest in the Western Hemisphere. More than five years later, many of the NGOs are gone and Haiti remains one of the poorest countries in the world. The Episcopal Church, though, has stayed the course and has committed to rebuilding the diocesan institutions destroyed near the earthquake’s epicenter near the capital, Port-au-Prince, in the south. The Episcopal Church’s Development Office has led the rebuilding effort.“Along with rebuilding Holy Trinity Cathedral and St. Vincent’s School for the Handicapped, St. Barnabas is a priority for the Development Office because its existence will strengthen and support the mission and ministry of the diocese,” said Tara Elgin Holley, director of development for the Episcopal Church. “Furthermore, the revitalization of the college and the 475 acres it sits on directly addresses the Fifth Mark of Mission, ‘to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.’ ”Despite having half the country’s 10 million people involved in farming, Haiti imports half its food, much of it from its neighbor, the Dominican Republic.“Growing hundreds of acres of crops that can be harvested and sold locally is an exciting prospect not just for the students of St. Barnabas, but for the region,” said Holley. “Teaching young people from all over Haiti to be agriculture technicians and small business owners will help create a brighter future for many. And the income from the sale of crops will allow the college to support its own operational budget and make its ongoing existence sustainable.”The momentum for St. Barnabas’ revitalization “had been present but dormant for some time,” said Tootle.The St. Barnabas Center for Agriculture is located on a major fault line. The school has built temporary classrooms and administrative buildings since the original building is vulnerable to collapse should a seismic event occur. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceIn 2014 two key things happened, he explained: The diocese’s Standing Committee took direct control of St. Barnabas’ revitalization, applying good governance principles. And the Diocese of Long Island gave St. Barnabas the $100,000 unrestricted gift, which has allowed the college to make immediate updates, including building temporary buildings, buying seeds and compost, performing maintenance on wells, and connecting St. Barnabas to the Caracol Village electrical grid.The gift from the Diocese of Long Island was part of a tithe, said Bishop Larry Provenzano.The diocese sold church property in downtown Brooklyn, and before investing the proceeds, made more than $2 million in grants to domestic and international ministries.“We have a large Haitian population in the diocese and we’d been hearing about the work in Haiti,” said Provenzano, adding that supporting St. Barnabas was an easy decision that also fit with the diocese’s commitment to an “ecological theology.”In addition to support from Long Island, St. Barnabas has received support from others, includingConsortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes, the Diocese of New York and the Diocese of California. With the support of California Bishop Marc Andrus, Volunteer Missioner for Haiti Davidson Bidwell-Waite and his husband, Edwin Bidwell-Waite, have spearheaded efforts to raising money for scholarships, and in April will be sending a group of students to St. Barnabas to help with planting.In addition to support from Long Island, St. Barnabas has received support from others, including the and the Diocese of California, which in addition to providing financial support and raising money for scholarships, will in April send a group of students to St. Barnabas to help with planting.As St. Barnabas continues on its path to revitalization, the faculty and students are looking to create partnerships with individuals, parishes, and dioceses that are interested in environmental stewardship and sustainable development as well as gardening, farming, animal husbandry, and beekeeping, said Holley. “Partnerships are what will help St. Barnabas to grow and thrive … as both an educational institution and a regional resource center for agriculture technology.”For more information on how you, your parish or your diocese can get involved, click here.– Lynette Wilson is an editor/reporter for Episcopal News Service.    Rector Pittsburgh, PA An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Submit an Event Listing AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Rector Bath, NC Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Tags Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Submit a Press Release Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Washington, DC Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Knoxville, TN Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ By Lynette WilsonPosted Feb 22, 2016 last_img read more

23 Alnwick Road / Park + Associates

first_imgSave this picture!© Edward Hendricks+ 15 Share 23 Alnwick Road / Park + Associates ArchDaily Photographs:  Edward HendricksText description provided by the architects. 23 Alnwick Road is considered by Park + Associates Pte Ltd as a rare few project where the ‘the client’s character comes through in the form of a house’. The functions are encapsulated in boxes and arranged/stacked to create a larger mass. Black and white is the predominant colour theme that runs evident throughout the house, with materials such as black-powder-coated aluminum and black mild-steel casting strong formal outlines along the plane of the boxes. Save this picture!© Edward HendricksMost of the spaces are arranged in a linear manner to facilitate light and cross-ventilation; also the use of Low- emissivity glass. Save this picture!© Edward HendricksThe architect drew his inspiration from both Philip Johnson and Tadao Ando. The detailing of the black glass box atop the white concrete mass and interplay of light and spaces. Save this picture!© Edward HendricksThis is one of their 1st houses where Park + Associates are satisfied with both the internal spaces and the form, and also the way they tie in with each other.Save this picture!© Edward HendricksProject gallerySee allShow lessZaragoza Metropolitan Seminary / ACXT ArquitectosArticlesQuartier M / J. MAYER H. ArchitectsArticles Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officePark + AssociatesOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesSingaporePublished on December 01, 2011Cite: “23 Alnwick Road / Park + Associates” 01 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogShowerhansgroheShowers – RainfinityVinyl Walls3MArchitectural Finishes DI-NOC in Ned Ludd Public HousePartitionsSkyfoldMarkerboard Finish for Folding WallsBedroom furnitureFlexformMirror – EgonWaterproofing/SealantsEffisusPre-Fab System – Ecofacade Pre-fab TrueSealConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemSkylightsVELUX CommercialAtrium Longlight Skylights in ExperimentariumBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXRoller Shades – Arion Large SizedWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Mass TimberTiles / Mosaic / GresiteTerrealSunscreen – Terracotta BaguettesWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT BauBucheLightingLumenpulseLED Projector Lumenbeam GrandeMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?阿尼克路23号住宅 / Park+Associates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 Houses Photographs Year:  23 Alnwick Road / Park + AssociatesSave this projectSave23 Alnwick Road / Park + Associates Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/187577/23-alnwick-road-parkassociates Clipboard “COPY” 2011 Area:  4628 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Park + Associates Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Singapore ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/187577/23-alnwick-road-parkassociates Clipboard Singaporelast_img read more

Braver House / SsD Architecture

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Chang Kyun KimIn many older suburbs, the typical pattern of construction is to replace an existing house with a much larger one built out to the legal setbacks. The Braver House is a prototypical alternative: To instead build a small, efficient residence that simultaneously minimizes its actual footprint, while maximizing its perceived sense of interior space. Save this picture!sectionThis is achieved through two methods: By expanding a diaphanous screen to the setback line expanding the territory of the interior to the exterior, and by shifting the plan and section to capture elongated views from inside to outside. By claiming the under utilized lawn of the typical suburban yard and replacing it with permeable hardscape, potable water use is drastically reduced. In terms of minimizing energy use, the diminutive size of the house is coupled with a completely passive cooling system, a solar powered radiant heated floor and super insulated walls and roof.Project gallerySee allShow less’Latest Works’ Lecture by Manuel Aires Mateus at MITArticlesMONU Magazine New Issue: Non-UrbanismArticles Share Save this picture!© 
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TWU Local 100 rallies for fair contract

first_imgOver 10,000 transit workers, members of Transport Workers Local 100, rallied on Oct. 30 in front of Metropolitan Transportation Authority headquarters at 2 Broadway in New York City. Bus drivers, subway track workers and train cleaners stood shoulder to shoulder, filling three blocks. Members of District Council 37 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Workers and Communication Workers Local 1180 came to lend support. Many transit workers carried flags that read, “We move New York.” Signs called for safe working conditions and job security. The workers sent MTA Chairperson Pat Foye a clear, strong message on signs with the slogan: “We want a contract with no givebacks!”TWU Local 100 members have been working without a contract for six months — and they are angry. There was talk of striking, and the chant, “If there’s no contract, shut it down!” resonated throughout the crowd. A band was on the stage in the middle of the street. Workers banged on drums and shouted through bullhorns. The noise created a raucous, militant atmosphere. TWU International President John Samuelsen proclaimed, “This is the biggest rally Local 100 has ever had in my time here.” (New York Daily News, Oct. 30) From the stage, TWU Local 100 President Tony Utano stressed that workers for the Long Island Railroad and Metro North are also working without a contract, as are TWU members. This writer heard Utano say, “We are one!” several times. Utano said transit workers “move New Yorkers seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.” He stressed: “We bailed the MTA out when the subway was failing. We put it back together.” Yet, the MTA “never has any money during contract time.” Public Advocate Jumaane Williams told the workers that the New York City Council supports them and that they are indispensable to the city.Elias Maysonet, Local 100’s vice chair of Brooklyn’s Pitkin Yard and a subway car cleaner, stressed: “We’re in a billion-dollar city and all we want is a living wage. We could stop the city if we wanted to, and maybe we will!”No givebacks to MTA!The transit workers’ contract expired May 15. Since then, the MTA brass has called for a 2 percent raise — but with a 2.5 percent increase in health care costs for each member, which would result in a net giveback of 0.5 percent per worker.MTA management also seeks to change overtime pay from being counted after eight hours of work in one day to being calculated after 40 hours of work in a week (the federal labor law minimum standard) — a big giveback. Furthermore, the MTA wants the ability to change sections of the contract if supervisors decide that workers take too much time off.TWU Local 100 has a history of militancy. As public sector workers, they are bound by the New York State Taylor Law, which makes it illegal for them to strike. But when they successfully struck in 2005 to protect their pensions, the strike chipped away at the Taylor law. People’s MTA activists attended the rally. Their signs, which read, “We support TWU Local 100,” were met with raised thumbs and fist pumps. The organization’s members attend MTA monthly board meetings where they demand that funds be used to build more elevators in stations, not to put police in the subways.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Soil Health More Important Than Ever to Promote High Yields

first_img SHARE SHARE Soil Health More Important Than Ever to Promote High Yields Home Indiana Agriculture News Soil Health More Important Than Ever to Promote High Yields Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Jan 15, 2018 Facebook Twitter Soil-health-equals-higher-yieldsMonitoring soil health provides two-fold benefits for farmers. Soil health is key to crop productivity and getting the best yields possible every year. It’s also beneficial for the environment. Andy Knepp of Monsanto says taking care of soil and keeping it healthy will benefit a farmer’s bottom line.“If you think about wheat that soil is really designed to do, it’s to really create a nice rooting environment. So, when we improve the health we improve the physical and biological properties of those soils. That just really means that the plants can develop better roots, improve their water uptake, improve their nutrient uptake. All that leads to better plant growth and actually yield potential down the road. So, we’ve seen great improvements in terms of drought tolerance when we have really healthy soils. There’s lots of really good things we can see coming from a crop productivity standpoint.”Healthy soils also absorb water much more readily, which reduces runoff from farm fields, thereby preventing nutrient loss and soil erosion. Farmers have adopted a couple of practices to help improve soil health, including no-till, which has increased over the last twenty years.“The USDA estimates that crop land erosion has been reduced by forty percent just by implementation of no-til,” Knepp said. “From a practical standpoint what we see is farmers taking fewer trips across the field, certainly a fuel and labor savings, and then we also see improved physical structure of the soil as well as improved biological health of the soil with beneficial microbes and earth worms, things we typically associate with an active and living soil that are really improved. The other thing we really see starting to take off is cover crops. They’re gaining a lot of popularity and there is a lot of discussion about cover crops. It’s a system, a different way of farming in terms of trying to keep something on that field growing as much of the year as you possibly can.”Knepp says there’s also a weed-control benefit to cover crops.  Monsanto is a founding member of the National Soil Health Partnership, a cooperative that’s led by farmers.The Soil Health Partnership is trying to promote even more widespread use of the optimum practices to improve the nation’s soil health. For more information visit www.SoilHealthPartnership.org. Previous articleCongress Fixing Farm Co-op Tax ChangeNext articleNo Big Surprises in Final 2017 USDA Report Andy Eubanklast_img read more

Denial of justice and jail sentences for Bahraini news providers

first_img News November 14, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Denial of justice and jail sentences for Bahraini news providers Tenth anniversary of Bahraini blogger’s arrest to go further News March 17, 2021 Find out more BahrainMiddle East – North Africa News Read in Arabic A Manama appeal court yesterday upheld journalist Reem Khalifa’s conviction on a trumped-up charge of physically attacking two women doctors and insulting a third after a Manama news conference in July 2011. The charges were brought against Khalifa after she accused the three doctors, who are government supporters, of attacking and insulting her. She will have to pay a fine of 100 BD (210 euros) and a total of 500 BD in compensation to the doctors (BD 200 to each of the two she allegedly attacked and BD 100 to the one she allegedly insulted)The appeal court’s decision is just the latest in a series of rulings that demonstrate the Bahraini judicial system’s complete lack of independence. The court did not examine the evidence provided by Khalifa’s lawyer.On 23 October, Reporters Without Borders asked the United Nations special rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers to look into Police Lt. Sarah Al-Moosa’s acquittal by a Manama court the previous day on charges of torturing and mistreating Bahraini journalist Nazeeha Saeed, a correspondent for France 24 and Radio Monte Carlo Daouliya, at a Rifaa police station on 22 May 2011.In another court decision yesterday, Internet user Ali Al-Haiki was sentenced to four months in prison on a lèse-majesté charge for messages he posted on Twitter. He is one of four netizens who were arrested on 16 October on charges of defaming public persons on social media. All four pleaded not guilty when their trial opened on 22 October.The first to be convicted was Abdullah Al-Hashemi, who was given a six-month jail term on 1 November for “insulting the king.” The other two, Salman Darwish and Ali Mohamed Watheqi, were sentenced to a month and four months in prison respectively on 5 November.The court also ordered the confiscation of the computers and mobile phones of all four cyber-activists. According to the interior ministry, the police are still looking for a fifth person.Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn that Sayed Yousif Al-Muhafda, the vice-president of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights and head of its documentation unit, was released today, 12 days after being arrested in Diraz (west of Manama) while investigating the use of violence to disperse a demonstration earlier the same day.Immediately after his arrest, Muhafda was taken to a police station in Budaiya (further to the west) and was interrogated there. The next day, he was taken before the prosecutor general, who ordered him denied for seven days for “participating in illegal demonstrations” although Muhafda categorically denied the charge.The prosecutor general extended his detention for another seven days on 10 November. Although the charge was participating in illegal demonstrations, he was mainly questioned about the interviews he gave during Bahrain’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) by the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva in September (Read the statement released by Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders).Demonstrations in Bahrain have been banned “for a limited period” since 30 October. The ban – which violates the constitution and runs counter to the UPR recommendations in September, which the government accepted – has been strongly criticized by the United States and the UN secretary-general. Follow the news on Bahrain RSF_en center_img Help by sharing this information Organisation BahrainMiddle East – North Africa Receive email alerts News October 14, 2020 Find out more Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives German spyware company FinFisher searched by public prosecutors June 15, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

Permian Basin Drilling Report: Mar. 8 – Mar. 14

first_img Local NewsBusiness Permian Basin Drilling Report: Mar. 8 – Mar. 14 Congressman Mike Conaway talks to the Odessa American on Jan. 7, 2018. Facebook Twitter Rattler Midstream: 4Q Earnings Snapshot Twitter Previous articleSeveral highway lane closures next weekNext articleGUEST VIEW: Diagnosis: Dereliction of duty is the disease admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img Home Local News Business Permian Basin Drilling Report: Mar. 8 – Mar. 14 Pinterest By admin – March 18, 2018 WhatsApp Permit applications approved by the Texas Railroad Commission for March 8 through March 14 for Districts 7C, 8 and 8A. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of permits approved for that leasehold.Ajax Resources, LLC, Vineyard HZ B Unit, Martin, new drill.Anadarko E&P Onshore, LLC, Juniper State Unit 2-3, Reeves, new drill.Apache Corporation, Connell Cowden 48, Upton, new drill (2); Mont Blanc, Reeves, new drill (9).Blackbeard Operating, LLC, Commandeer, Winkler, new drill.Boyd & McWilliams Operating, LLC, Anadarko 14, Winkler, new drill.Callon Petroleum Operating Co., Rag Run 134 South, Ward, new drill.Capstone Natural Resources II, LLC, Goodbar 89, Upton, new drill.Carrizo Permian, LLC, St. Clair Unit 2827, Reeves, new drill; Sandhu State 14, Reeves, new drill.Centennial Resource Production, LLC, Doc Gardner A, Reeves, new drill.Chevron U.S.A., Inc., Reeves TXL Fee T7-50-21, Reeves, new drill.Cimarex Energy Co., Sentinel State 55-28 Unit, Reeves, new drill (2).COG Operating, LLC, Mabee 240A, Andrews, new drill (2).Colgate Operating, LLC, Xerxes 8 Unit, Reeves, new drill; Moses Mipa Unit, Reeves, new drill.CrownQuest Operating, LLC, Mathis 7, Martin, new drill.DE3 Operating, LLC, Davidson-Hale 65-37, Martin, new drill (3).Diamondback E&P, LLC, UL Tawny Unit 8-12, Andrews, new drill (3); State Slickrock 24-20 A, Pecos, new drill; Riley P 1807, Glasscock, new drill; Riley Q 1807, Glasscock, new drill; Riley R 1807, Glasscock, new drill; Riley S 1807, Glasscock, new drill.Endeavor Energy Resources, LP, Parks 19, Midland, recompletion (2); Parks 5-A, Midland, recompletion; Parks 24, Midland, recompletion (5); Parks 44, Midland, recompletion; Hazlewood H 41-32, Martin, new drill; Wiley ‘4, Martin, recompletion; Bodine 19, Glasscock, recompletion (2); Liberty-Dyer 38, Martin, recompletion (2); Shockley 9A, Martin, recompletion; Knab 14, Martin, recompletion; Watkins 7, Martin, recompletion; Cox, Edna 8, Martin, recompletion; Hooper 42, Martin, recompletion (2); Frazier 5, Martin, recompletion; Frazier 44, Martin, recompletion; Hambrick 1A, Dawson, recompletion; Barron, J. E. 14, Midland, recompletion; Nail 6, Martin, recompletion; Gorman 2, Martin, recompletion; Stanley 35, Midland, recompletion; Rio San Gabriel 28-29 Unit 1, Midland, new drill; Rio San Gabriel 28-29 Unit 2, Midland, new drill; Perro Rojo 10, Midland, recompletion (6); Perro Rojo 12, Midland, recompletion (3); Perro Rojo 18, Midland, recompletion (3); Perro Rojo 44, Midland, recompletion; Herren 5-8, Martin, recompletion.Energen Resources Corporation, Victory State Unit 54-14-19, Reeves, new drill; Skyfall, Reeves, new drill; LB Epley NS 39-46 08, Midland, new drill; Express State 55-13-6, Reeves, new drill.EOG Resources, Inc., Orion A 5, Loving, new drill.EXL Petroleum Operating, Inc., UL Comanche 42, Martin, new drill.FDL Operating, LLC, Gardendale 10, Ector, recompletion (5); University 10, Reagan, new drill.Felix Energy Holdings II, LLC, UL Guanella 0504-17, Ward, new drill (2).Fivestones Energy, LLC, University A, Andrews, recompletion.Fortuna Resources Development, LLC, Jones, J.S., Gaines, recompletion.Founders Oil & Gas Operating, LLC, Founders O’Brien State, Reeves, new drill.Four Corners Petroleum II, LLC, G.W. O’Brien, et al, Ward, new drill; E.W. Estes, Ward, new drill.Gordy Oil Company, Cazadores-State, Pecos, new drill.Halcon Operating Co., Inc., Trinity, Ward, new drill; Sealy Ranch, Ward, new drill; Sealy Land Co. Unit #1, Ward, new drill; Telluride, Ward, new drill (2).Hannathon Petroleum, LLC, Morgan Ranch 27-34 Unit, Howard, new drill.Jagged Peak Energy, LLC, State Whiskey River 1-8, Reeves, new drill; Whiskey River 9596A-34, Ward, new drill; State Skinwalker 2-8, Reeves, new drill.Joint Resources Company, Sierra Blanca, Gaines, new drill.Kebo Oil & Gas, Inc., Reed Gunn Unit, Hockley, new drill.Kinder Morgan Production Co., LLC, Sacroc Unit, Scurry, new drill.Lime Rock Resources IV-A, LP, UL 13 Dublin SA, Andrews, new drill.Matador Production Company, Wolf 81-TTT-B33 WF SA #201H, Loving, new drill; Wolf 81-TTT-B33 WF SA #203H, Loving, new drill.MTN Energy Operating, LLC, Westervelt SWD, Reeves, new drill.Occidental Permian, Ltd., Wasson ODC Unit, Yoakum, new drill (2); Denver Unit, Yoakum, new drill (2); Cogdell Canyon Reef Unit, Scurry, recompletion (10).Oxy USA, Inc., Burns, Martin, recompletion; Seminole San Andres Unit, Gaines, recompletion (5); Block 31 Unit, Crane, recompletion (2); Seminole San Andres Unit, Gaines, new drill.Oxy USA WTP, LP, Willard Unit, Yoakum, new drill (2); Soda Lake 4, Reeves, new drill; Lyda 9, Reeves, new drill; Liger 22-34-3N, Reeves, new drill.Parsley Energy Operations, LLC, Atkins 23-23A-H, Upton, new drill; Atkins 23-23A-G, Upton, new drill (2); Pecan State Unit, Pecos, new drill; Dwight Gooden 6-8-HA, Glasscock, new drill; Dwight Gooden 6-7-H, Glasscock, new drill; Brynlee 9-8, Reagan, new drill (2); Hogan 1-24C, Midland, new drill (2); Hogan 1-24D, Midland, new drill (2).PCore Exploration & Production II, LLC, Orca North, Reeves, new drill.PDC Permian, Inc., Grizzly South 7673, Reeves, new drill.Permian Deep Rock Oil Co., LLC, Charger A, Midland, new drill (3); Mustang A, Midland, new drill (10).Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., North Brook NE45S, Upton, new drill; North Brook NE45T, Upton, new drill; North Brook NE45U, Upton, new drill; Woody-Inez 37V, Martin, new drill; Woody-Inez 37W, Martin, new drill.PRI Operating, LLC, Mongoose 20, Reeves, new drill; Tiger Unit 21B, Reeves, new drill.Primexx Operating Corporation, Poseidon SWD, Reeves, new drill; Neptune SWD, Reeves, new drill.Riley Permian Operating Co., LLC, Desperado E 538, Yoakum, new drill.Ring Energy, Inc., Virtus, Andrews, new drill.RKI Exploration & Production, LLC, CBR 11-2, Loving, new drill; Boyd 21, Loving, new drill; North Rudd Draw 22, Loving, new drill.Rosehill Operating Company, LLC, Weber 26 SWD, Loving, new drill.RSP Permian, LLC, Calverley 9-4 W, Glasscock, new drill (4).Sabalo Operating, LLC, Lil El 19-31, Borden, new drill; Chief 33-28, Howard, new drill.Shell Western E&P, University 19 TG Unit, Loving, new drill; University 19 PW Unit, Loving, new drill.SM Energy Company, Top Gun, Howard, new drill (3); Merlin F, Howard, new drill; Maximus A, Howard, new drill.Surge Operating, LLC, Dragon Unit B 20-29, Borden, new drill; Wright Unit B 44-41, Howard, new drill; Golem Unit B 23-14, Borden, new drill; Muse-Newton Unit 31-42, Howard, new drill; Sledge Unit 06-07, Howard, new drill.Unitex Oil & Gas, LLC, Chapman B, Scurry, new drill.Walsh Petroleum, Inc., Dianne Chapin 471, Yoakum, new drill (2); WBD San Andres Unit, Yoakum, new drill; Sawyer 576, Yoakum, new drill.Wishbone Texas Operating Co., LLC, Horned Frog 400 A, Yoakum, new drill.XTO Energy, Inc., Fullerton Clearfork Unit, Andrews, new drill (3); TXL 20 Unit 1, Midland, new drill (2); Greg Midkiff SWD, Midland, new drill; El Kabong 48-17-8, Pecos, new drill.RAILROAD COMMISSION Upside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeTexas Fried ChickenVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Snap Inc. to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference 2021 Octopus Energy U.S. to Discount Customers’ Bills by as Much as 90% last_img read more