March 7th: Artist Social and 2017 Membership Drive kick-offApril 4th: Gallery Relationships and Best Practices Speaker: Garry Holstein, New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary ArtMay 2: Presentation of Work for Submission, Display, & ConsignmentSpeaker: Liz Bragg, EVV Museum of Art, History & ScienceJune 6: Auditioning 101Speaker: TBAAugust 1: Marketing Your Art with Traditional & Social MediaSpeaker: Andy Herbertz & Lisa Verkamp, Ad Club of EvansvilleSeptember 5: Artist Social HourOctober 3: Art as a Small Business Speaker: TBANovember 7: Indiana Arts Commission and Regional ResourcesSpeaker: TBADecember 5: Artist Holiday Social HourFor more information, please call (812) 422-2111 or email [email protected]’s take care of some business! 2017 Taking care of Business Tuesdays line-up: a workshop & lecture seriesfor Arts Council members TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS TUESDAYS: 318 Main St. Ste. 101Evansville, IN 47708(812) 422-2111 Join us for a discussion of membership benefits and events in 2017, and learn how the Arts Council is working in our community and with our members. We will provide complementary beer, wine, and soda. You do not need to be a member to participate in this event!TCB Tuesday events provide free lectures and networking opportunities for artists members. They will be held every first Tuesday of the month at the Arts Council’s Bower-Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery, located at 318 Main Street in Downtown Evansville. The March TCB event will also kick off our annual membership drive! The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana will begin the 2017 Taking Care of Business Tuesdays series with a social event tomorrow, Tuesday, March 7th, from 6 – 7 PM. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
CSM United Kingdom saw operating profit fall by 46% for the full year to 31 December 2011. The manufacturer of bakery ingredients and finished products reported a turnover increase of 6.5% to £155.67 million (m), in its latest accounts filed at Companies House. However operating profit had fallen significantly from £13.1m in 2010, to just over £7m last year.The UK arm of CSM global said that although it saw some recovery in business performance, as volumes increased, raw material cost inflation had continued to affect them. “The directors expect the full year results for 2012, to show the impact of continuing increases in the cost of raw materials, driven by global demand and well as market sentiment and expectation,” said the firm. CSM Global announced in May this year that it planned to sell both its European and North American bakery businesses – which includes CSM United Kingdom – to focus on bio-based ingredients.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Japan’s biggest power generator JERA said on Tuesday it will shut down all inefficient coal-fired power plants in Japan by 2030 and it aims to achieve net zero emissions of carbon dioxide by 2050 to tackle climate change.Closing inefficient coal power stations is in line with government policy but this was the first time a power company declared an intention to match that policy. A government panel is deliberating on how to define an inefficient coal-fired plant but JERA said, provisionally, it saw inefficient plants as ones that use “supercritical or less” technology.JERA, a thermal power and fuel joint venture between Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings and Chubu Electric Power, set the ambitious 2050 target as companies worldwide are accelerating action to help create a decarbonised society.“As a company operating globally and as a utility generating about one-third of domestic electricity, setting these goals is an essential qualification for remaining to be an energy company and an entry ticket for doing business in the global market,” Hisahide Okuda, managing executive officer at JERA, told a news conference.The company declined to say how many coal power plants will be closed by 2030, citing competitive reasons.To achieve the 2050 target, JERA aims to boost renewable energy centered on offshore wind-power farms while using greener fuels such as ammonia and hydrogen at its thermal plants.[Yuka Obayashi]More: Japan’s JERA to shut inefficient coal-fired power plants by 2030 Japan’s largest power generator to close all ‘inefficient’ coal plants by 2030
As California reels from this year’s record wildfires, the state announced on Thursday that it would prevent insurance companies from dropping homeowners for one year in many parts of the state, a sign of the growing financial turmoil caused by climate change.The measure, which applies to almost one-fifth of the state’s residential insurance market, prohibits companies from canceling or refusing to renew insurance policies for 2.1 million households in or near areas hit by this year’s wildfires.- Advertisement – The announcement reflects the increasing strain that climate change has placed on California, which had imposed a similar moratorium once before, at a smaller scale. As rising temperatures and longer droughts make wildfires more devastating, some insurers have responded to enormous financial losses by leaving fire-prone communities. That threatens the economies of those areas, because homes that can’t easily be insured are harder to sell, and nearly impossible to rebuild after a fire.California’s struggles are a preview of the threat that climate change poses to the long-term economic health of communities around the country. Insurers have begun pulling back from fire-prone areas in other states across the West. And in communities near oceans or rivers, the increasing cost of flood insurance poses a similar risk, driving down home values and make them harder to sell. Insurers have said that if the state wants them to keep doing business in those areas, officials must make it easier to allow insurance companies to charge higher premiums, reflecting what they say is the true risk from wildfires. Carolyn Kousky, executive director of the Wharton Risk Center at the University of Pennsylvania, described the new moratorium as a temporary measure that would not solve the underlying problem of growing climate risk.“This problem’s not going to go away. That raises a lot of questions about how we’re building and where we’re building,” Dr. Kousky said. “Clearly the market needs something much beyond this.” A bill that would have allowed insurers to take those steps, including justifying rate increases using computer models that predict future risk, failed to pass the state legislature this year after consumer groups said it would impose an unfair burden on homeowners.The Personal Insurance Federation of California, which represents insurers, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.People who lose access to private insurance can still buy coverage from a high-risk state program called the Fair Access to Insurance Requirements plan. But that coverage is typically more expensive and covers fewer types of damage.The state’s longer-term strategy involves encouraging local officials to reduce exposure and vulnerability to wildfire, through tougher building codes or rules about managing the vegetation around homes.“If we don’t want to be in this position every year, we have to reduce the risk to lives and homes,” Mr. Lara said.But the most promising changes tend to be restrictions on home construction in vulnerable areas. And those restrictions provoke strong pushback in California, where high housing prices have left many people struggling to find homes they can afford, creating pressure to keep building in high-risk areas. Mr. Lara’s office declined an interview request. In a statement, he said the new policy “gives millions of Californians breathing room and hits the pause button on insurance non-renewals while we take additional steps to expand our competitive market.”Still, the state’s ability to shield homeowners from the consequences of climate change is limited. The moratorium cannot be extended, which means that insurers who want to stop offering coverage in high-risk areas will eventually be able to do so. In response to growing climate risks, state officials have intervened to stop insurers from leaving high-risk areas. In December, California’s insurance commissioner, Ricardo Lara, for the first time imposed a similar one-year moratorium on insurers dropping coverage for more than 1 million policyholders in or near areas affected by wildfires.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement –
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Rooney was given a warm welcome at Old Trafford on his return to former club Manchester United on Sunday but it ended in disappointment with a 4-0 defeat for Everton.Everton manager Ronald Koeman said earlier this month the matter would be dealt with “internally”.Rooney made a successful start to his second Everton spell following his return to the club from United, scoring on his first two Premier League appearances.His form moved England manager Gareth Southgate to offer him an international recall, but he decided to call time on his England career.Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Former England captain Wayne Rooney arrived at court on Monday to face a drink-driving charge.The Everton striker, 31, made no comment as he was confronted by a media scrum outside Stockport Magistrates’ Court in the northwest of England.Wearing a blue suit with his hands in his pockets, he walked into the court building accompanied by a small entourage.Rooney was charged after being stopped by police while driving a black Volkswagen Beetle at 2:00 am on September 1. The car belonged to a woman he had met in a bar.He has been married to his high-school sweetheart Coleen since 2008 and they have three children together. The couple are expecting their fourth child.
Busoga UnitedFC’s head coach, Abby Kikomeko celebrates his club’s second goal.Jinja, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Busoga United FC has defeated fellow Eastern based side Bidco FC in a Uganda Premier League match played on Saturday.Busoga United stopped Bidco FC 2-1 in a game played at the Jinja based Arena Stadium. Lawrence Tezikya and David Bagoole netted for Busoga United FC, while Musa Walangalila scored from a header for Bidco FC. Abby Kikomeko, the Busoga United’s head coach says that his players were determined to win the game having lost 2-1 to Onduparaka FC in their previous match.Kikomeko says his players have mastered the art of containing the ball within the midfield which he says will help perform well in the other matches of the second round of the League. Dan Kabaale, the Bidco FC interim coach says he is still laying winning strategies since he is new at the Club. He adds that fans should be patient with their team as they anticipate for victory in the remaining League matches of the 2019/2020 season. *******URNShare on: WhatsApp
By The Nelson Daily SportsThe Castlegar Vikings appear poised to win West Kootenay Men’s Flag Football League for the fourth straight time.The Vikings head into Sunday’s playoffs as the top seed after claiming the regular season title with a 4-1 record.The Vikings were idle during the weekend and now meet Nelson Impact in one semi final. In the other semi the struggling Hume Brewers match up against the red-hot Dam Inn Mates.The Brewers and Mates finished in a tie for second, each with 3-3 records.The Impact, which forfeited its final game Sunday, edged out Our Glass for the final playoff spot using the plus-minus tiebreaker.In the other contest Sunday, Hume Brewers forfeited the final game against Our Glass.The WKMFFL final is set for November 21 at the Mount Sentinel Field in South [email protected]
Saturday in Nelson, Aidan Geiger snapped an eight-game goal-scoring slump in a big way Saturday night against the Columbia Valley Rockies.The Calgary native scored three times, including the winner, to spark the Nelson Leafs to a 4-3 victory over the Eddie Mountain squad at the NDCC Arena.Geiger scored for the first time since arriving in the Heritage City in early October.Nelson improves to 12-3-2-1 on the season and maintains a four-point lead in Murdoch Division standings over Beaver Valley.The Nitehawks pasted Castlegar 7-2 Saturday in Fruitvale.Geiger opened the scoring in the first period, jumping on a pass to snap a quick shot past Brody Nelson in the Columbia Valley nets.After Leaf captain Aaron Dunlap scored with 10 seconds remaining in the first period to give Nelson a 2-0 lead.Geiger increased the margin to 3-0 with a goal in the second period before Rockies scored three straight to tie the game early in the third.Geiger then scored the winner midway through the final frame to complete the hat trick and give Nelson just enough offense to win for the fifth straight time.Sam Young, Carter Melnyk and Dario Piva replied for Columbia Valley.Adam Maida stopped 10 of 13 shots to register the win, his second in as many games. Nelson out shot Columbia Valley 23-13.Nelson completes its week Sunday with a road date in the Lilac City against Spokane.LEAF NOTES: Nelson’s leading scorer Matt MacDonald saw his point streak end at eight games. MacDonald is now tied with Robson Cramer for top spot in Leaf scoring after the mobile defenceman recorded two points in Sunday’s loss. Cramer was Nelson’s player of the game . . . Nelson was without head coach Dave McLellan, who was in the South Okanagan watching his son play in a Bantam Hockey Tournament. McLellan is expected back with the team for practice this week. Assistants Sean Dooley, Stathis Dimopoulos and Iain Parent coached the team. . . .Spokane has now won four in a row. . . .Sunday, Columbia Valley lost its fourth straight, and third on this road trip, after dropping a 7-3 decision Sunday in Castlegar. Spokane Braves snapped the five-game winning streak of the Nelson Leafs, edging the Murdoch Division leaders 4-3 Sunday in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action in the Lilac City.Tanner Stolz and Sean Collins scored less than a minute apart in the third period to snap a 2-2 tie to spark the Braves to the win.Nelson had just tied the game up in the third period when team captain Aaron Dunlap scored.Nelson led 1-0 after one period on a goal by Rayce Miller before the Braves took a 2-1 lead after 40 minutes on goals by Collins and Stolz.Nolan Percival scored the other goal for Nelson.Adam Maida was in goal to register the loss for Nelson, which out shot the Braves 38-33.The victory allowed Spokane to climb to within two points of Murdoch Division leading Nelson, dropping to 12-4-2-1.Beaver Valley and Castlegar are tied for third, each with 23 points.The Leafs continue a road swing with games next weekend in Creston Friday and back in Spokane Saturday against the Braves.Leafs Geiger scores hat-trick to spark Murdoch leaders past Rockies