University President Fr. John Jenkins signed a letter to President Donald Trump and members of the U.S. Congress addressing the issue of climate change, the University announced Thursday via a Catholic Climate Covenant press release.The letter, which was signed by the leaders of more than 150 Catholic organizations, urged Trump to “reassert U.S. leadership in the global effort to address climate change,” an issue that has gained prominence in the Catholic Church.“Catholic leaders across the nation and world have explicitly and consistently affirmed climate change as a moral issue that threatens core Catholic commitments,” the letter said.Signees asked Trump to fund the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), “meaningfully participate” in UNFCCC business and respect the existing U.S. commitments to the Green Climate Fund.Tags: Fr. John Jenkins, green climate fund, intergovernmental panel on climate change, unfcc
Bongo swears in after contested election results that are threatening to mar the AFCON. PHOTO AFPFans of Group D, which comprises Egypt, Ghana, Uganda and Mali, will have to travel by boat or plane to the centre of the country’s oil and timber industries.Libreville, Gabon | AFP | Gabon insists it is ready to host the African Cup of Nations despite concern about the state of preparations amid political instability just one month ahead of the opening ceremony.The CAN is due to run from January 14 to February 5 next year but was thrown into doubt after violence broke out following President Ali Bongo’s controversial re-election in August.Call for Africa’s showcase football tournament to be moved to a different country were heard following rioting after the vote whose outcome is still contested.Four cities will host the tournament and unrest was reported in at least two of them including Oyem, the northern city close to Cameroon, where delays in work on the football stadium are causing problems.In September, Sports Minister Nicole Assele expressed her “concerns” when visiting the new stadium where the group made up of African champions Ivory Coast, Morocco, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Togo will play.Assele was left in doubt over the “finishing of the changing rooms, the lifts and the exterior of the stadium”, while Gabon daily newspaper L’Union, which covered her visit, reported that the stadium had yet to be connected to electricity and running potable water.The newspaper published a photo on Monday showing the stadium’s patchy grass covering, with a caption saying: “Given the holes in certain parts, there’s still work to be done to make it a quality pitch.”Groundsman Jean-Daniel Ndong Nze, a former professional player, explained that his team were adding sand to reinforce and level out the pitch.Another group made up of Algeria, Tunisia, Zimbabwe and Senegal will be based in Franceville, where minister Assele said the stadium is well prepared and “ready for kick-off.”Also in Libreville, the Amitie stadium should be operational for the two opening day matches (Gabon-Guinea Bissau, Cameroon-Burkina Faso) on January 14.However the fourth host city, Gabon’s main seaport, Port-Gentil, presents logistical and other challenges for the organisers because it is an island with no bridge connecting it to the mainland. That means fans of Group D, which comprises Egypt, Ghana, Uganda and Mali, will have to travel by boat or plane to the centre of the country’s oil and timber industries.The new 20,000-capacity stadium has just been completed and the pitch is set to be tested in a match on January 5, only 12 days before Ghana take on Uganda and Egypt face Mali there.The mayor has deployed road and gutter cleaning crews in a city where hundreds of workers in the oil industry have been laid off and where post-election violence erupted in September.Port-Gentil represents a reliable political barometer of Gabon, where Bongo’s reelection has been rejected by opposition leader Jean Ping, who claims the president’s victory on August 27 was obtained through vote fraud.Four days later, violent, deadly clashes erupted as demonstrators set parliament ablaze and clashed with police, who made a thousand arrests.“The African Cup of Nations will change nothing in our daily life,” moaned 37-year-old Jean-Yves, a mechanic who’s been unemployed for three years.“The crisis is still ongoing. The tournament will not feed those who are hungry. The millions spent on the stadium could have been used to finance projects.”Two political activists have called for the ‘boycott and sabotage’ of CAN if it is not moved from Gabon “to a more stable country”.“The four host cities, Libreville, Franceville, Port-Gentil and Oyem have experienced the largest backlash against the rigged declaration of Ali Bongo Odimba as president,” the activists, Marc Ona Essangui, of Gabon, and Frenchman Laurent Duarte, claimed in their public letter to African Football Confederation (CAF) boss Issa Hayatou.“The bloody repression of the population and the current instability in the country means the continent’s major sporting event must be moved to another country.”Last month CAF said it had no plans to switch the event from Gabon, named hosts after Libya were stripped of its right in the wake of violence and instability breaking out in the north African country following the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi.Share on: WhatsApp
Tesla founder and technology entrepreneur Elon Musk just received an intriguing offer from a municipality along our coast.He has been in disagreement with county officials in California over reopening his car factory there following the coronavirus pandemic.Last Monday, Musk announced he plans to restart production at his Tesla plant against the rules in Alameda County, Calif.Musk had also tweeted last weekend that he would move Tesla’s headquarters to Texas or Nevada immediately.Frankly, this is the final straw. Tesla will now move its HQ and future programs to Texas/Nevada immediately. If we even retain Fremont manufacturing activity at all, it will be dependen on how Tesla is treated in the future. Tesla is the last carmaker left in CA.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 9, 2020 The mayor also asks Musk to call him and hopes he will have “an opportunity to make our pitch.”It is not known whether Musk has seen the letter or if he is even considering our state for business. The city of Port St. Lucie is offering to help end the dispute, by inviting Musk to bring his business to the Treasure Coast.In a formal letter tweeted by the city on Thursday, Mayor Gregory Oravec explained that Port St. Lucie would make a great location for the company, given its proximity to Musk’s SpaceX launch center.The letter promotes Port St. Lucie’s manufacturing space, as well as Florida’s generous tax structure.“I think you will find us eager to cut red tape and willing to foster true collaboration in good times and in bad,” Oravec says in the letter.Hi @elonmusk, please find the following letter from our mayor. Check out @CityPortStLucie! pic.twitter.com/X1OUmshMQy— Port St. Lucie (@CityPortStLucie) May 14, 2020
NEW YORK (AP)—The family of former Bears safety Dave Duerson has agreed to donate his brain for research into chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a condition linked to athletes who have sustained repeated concussions. Chris Nowinski at the Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy at Boston University School of Medicine told The Associated Press he was contacted by a representative of the NFL Players Association on Friday, then worked with a representative of Duerson’s family.“I can confirm that Mr. Duerson’s family has agreed to donate his brain to the CSTE at BU School of Medicine,” Nowinski said in an e-mail.Duerson died Feb. 17 in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla. The Miami-Dade medical examiner ruled the death a suicide, Miami-Dade police spokesman Roy Rutland said Sunday. He confirmed that a gun was used but did not specify where Duerson shot himself.It’s unclear why Duerson killed himself, although his company had been forced into receivership several years ago and he had lost his home to foreclosure, former Bears coach Mike Ditka told the AP in a phone interview Sunday.“I knew he had some problems, I knew he lost the business, I knew all that,” said Ditka, whose Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund works to help provide for retired players.“It’s just a tragedy,” Ditka said. “It really is.”A native of Muncie, Ind., Duerson was a third-round draft pick by the Bears in 1983 out of Notre Dame and played 11 seasons in the NFL. He won Super Bowls with the 1985 Bears and 1990 Giants and played in four Pro Bowls.“A lot of these guys have gone through a lot of suffering,” Ditka said. “You played the game, you had a concussion, and you went back in. That’s how it was. If they showed you three fingers, and you saw two, it was good enough. You played the game.”Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is associated with cognitive and behavioral problems later in life and eventually causes dementia. Also known as punch drunk syndrome, it has been most common in boxers. In recent years, CTE has been shown to exist in other athletes, including professional and college football players and a pro hockey player.
After a series of trials three Donegal schoolgirls have been named as this years Ulster Schools All Stars and will compete in the inter provincial tournament in January.Marie O’Reilly and Aine McGettigan from Loreto Letterkenny and Lauren McElwaine from Loreto Milford were named in the honours list today.The full Ulster All Stars List is below: Holly Lynch St Louis CarrickmacrossMarie O’Reilly Loreto LetterkennyAoife McConville St Michael’s GrammarCatriona Caldwell Assumption Grammar School Eimear McAnespie St Ciaran’s BallygawleyLouise Kenny St Paul’s BessbrookSlaine McCarroll St Ciaran’s BallygawleyClara Mulvenna St Mark’s WarrenpointMuireann Atkinson Our Ladies Castleblaney Michaela Gaffney Loreto College CavanAiobhinn Henderson St Michael’s GrammarBlaithin Mackin St Paul’s BessbrookGrainne Rafferty St Ciaran’s Ballygawley Aimee Mackin St Paul’s BessbrookNiamh Callan Our Ladies CastleblaneyLaura Kane St Ciarans BallygawleyEllen Ni Bhriain Coláiste Oiriall MonaghanAine McGettigan Loreto LetterkennyEimear Rocks St Genevieve’s High SchoolLauren McElwaine Loreto MilfordNiamh Coleman St Michael’s GrammarBeth Farrelly McGee Virgina College CavanBridgetta Quinn Our Ladies Grammar NewryLauren Jones St Louis CarrickmacrossChloe Corr St Patrick’s AcademyLADIES FOOTBALL: THREE DONEGAL GIRLS GIVEN ULSTER SCHOOLS ALL-STARS was last modified: November 5th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:letterkennyLoretoMilfordUlster Schools All Stars
The Clippers had no business winning one game over the Warriors in the teams’ first-round NBA Playoff series, but after Wednesday’s 129-121 victory, they’ve now claimed two — at Oracle Arena, no less — and Golden State will have to head back to L.A. to play another game in a series that should be long over.And while the Warriors should still be expected to advance past their Southland rivals, the loss puts them at a disadvantage heading into a rematch with the Houston Rockets, who advanced …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Matt ReeseIt all comes down to providing the farm connection that consumers are seeking — that is why Brian and Stacie Anderson do what they do. The much sought-after connection of consumer to food takes quite a bit of extra work, but it has paid off for the small, but growing business of Anderson’s Farm Fresh Products just outside of Bowling Green in Wood County.“We have been raising poultry, beef, egg layers and now turkeys here in Wood County for six years. We got started with a small-scale egg laying operation and have grown from there. The reason behind that growth is serving the local community that has a need and a want for locally sourced protein products. We are able to sell at the Bowling Green Farmers Market, we do direct sales to customers as well as partner with local businesses to share our products with people all around northwest Ohio,” Stacie said. “Our story is a huge part of what we do. We entered this business venture because we wanted to raise food that we would feed our own family. With every chicken product you buy, every carton of eggs, every package of ground beef, it is the same product that we are feeding our children here at home. The values and the ethics we put into raising livestock and the care we take with those are the same things we want to offer to our community. We think people really value that and it has allowed us to create some really long lasting relationships with folks. They trust us as producers. We take pride in that, but it is also a great responsibility in ensuring a safe product for them.”Both Brian and Stacie have grain farming backgrounds. She grew up in Wood County and he grew up in Iowa on a grain and hog farm. They met while working in Nebraska and settled back near Bowling Green in 2013. Brian just left a career in the seed industry to work full time on their farm raising livestock and working in her family’s grain operation growing corn, soybeans, wheat and barley. Stacie works off the farm with the Legacy Cooperative.The business started with 30 laying hens and 200 or so broilers and has grown substantially to now market around 200 dozen eggs a week, four annual batches of 350 broilers, 6 cattle a year, and, new this year, 75 Thanksgiving turkeys.“There are times it is tough. The chores have to get done no matter what. Sometimes it relies on my wife, or the kids or sometimes our family friends to help with chores when I’m out in the field late at night or early in the morning,” Brian said. “The hens are in roll-out next boxes. The eggs are laid in a communal nest box and they roll down to the same location and they are kept cleaner that way. We use LED flashlights for candling to look for cracks. The eggs take about an hour a day. Last year we were hand washing 100 dozen eggs a week. One big challenge we addressed this year was getting an egg washer. Now we can wash a whole day’s worth of eggs in about 30 minutes.”This egg washer has been an important addition to the farm.The eggs are washed and refrigerated immediately. The procedures, water and facilities for the farm are inspected regularly by both the Ohio Department of Agriculture and the Wood County Department of Health.The laying hens are rotated on pasture in a mobile hen house with electric fencing. The broilers and turkeys are housed inside for more protection and all are fed locally sourced feed from Kalmbach Feeds.“The meat birds are started in our shop in brooder boxes. We start our first batch in March and they are hand fed and watered twice a day. We later move them into big group pens with rubberized chicken wire and screen type doors,” Stacie said. “They have a roof over them so they are totally enclosed.”With the meat products, dependable, certified processing is a vital part of the equation. The Andersons work with King & Sons Poultry Services in Greenville for the poultry and St. Mary’s Meat for the beef. The processing is critical in allowing the Andersons to offer the products their customers demand.“People don’t want 200 or 300 pounds of meat at a time any more. When you think about poultry, you often think about whole chickens. But as you go through the grocery store you see a lot of chicken breasts, chicken thighs, chicken legs,” Brian said. “King & Sons can do a lot of those specialty products for us. That allows our customers to take that whole chicken that they really don’t know what to do with and start using the parts and other specialty products like chicken brats, chicken sausage, and chicken patties that they can take home that evening and cook for their family.”Along with the different product options, the Andersons base their production schedule on getting the specifics their customers are seeking.“Since we had the broilers, people started asking us about turkeys for Thanksgiving and ground turkey. In the last few years you see a lot of groundThanksgiving turkeys are a new venture for the Andersons this year.turkey being used in recipes. We got a lot of pre-orders for turkeys and about 75% of them will go for Thanksgiving turkeys and the rest will go into turkey products,” Stacie said. “We took pre-orders and we asked for what size the customers wanted. Most wanted around 16 pounds, some wanted bigger.”With that in mind, the Andersons got the turkeys in late July and used a combination of toms and hens with the plan to market them at 16 and 18 weeks, holding the toms longer for larger birds.“We’ve had really good luck with the turkeys so far. When they start picking at each other we use dairy milk replacer. I tried that in week 11 and it worked,” Brian said. “They will go to processing the Friday before Thanksgiving. Everyone wants turkeys processed at the same time so that is a challenge, but we were able to make it work. The processor will cool them, vacuum seal and box them. We’ll bring them home from the processor and have customers pick them up the next day.”Offering samples to customers helps with the marketing of some of the more unique products.“We offer quite a few different samples at the farmers market and once we get the customers to try those products they really get hooked. We have had a lot of success when we have people in line asking about chicken brats or patties and the next customers hear that and will ask about them too. A lot of it is word of mouth and the samples we offer at the market,” Brian said. “We don’t sell a lot of whole chickens. We can do boneless, skinless chicken breasts, thighs, ground chicken patties, chicken sausage and chicken brats in three flavors. All of those specialty products are huge sellers for us. The brats and the patties are the top sellers. We have an apple chicken brat and tomato basil chicken patty that are really popular too.”They also offer unique products that are often sought out from the diverse customer base at nearby Bowling Green State University.“With the diversity of BGSU we have had really positive feedback on some of our more unique cuts. We sell out on things like liver and chicken feet and chicken hearts,” Stacie said. “The people who look for that stuff have a hard time finding it. Once they know we have it, they keep coming back because they know we have it. And we don’t sell a lot, but we have a few customers who really want chicken backs for making chicken stock.”They also work hard to keep prices reasonable, while commanding enough of a premium to be profitable.“We sell to a lot of young families and seniors on fixed incomes,” Stacie said.They see a number of options for expansion, including wholesale markets, but expanding sales means additional freezer space on the farm and bigger facilities for handling more animals.“Increasing the size on the production side and transport logistics and freezers have all been challenging,” Brian said. “You think it won’t be hard to raise more, but then you realize you need all of these other things that go along with that increased production. Expanding sales doesn’t take that much more legwork in caring for the animals, but it does take more legwork in managing the sales.”Facilitating the crucial connection customers crave is an ongoing effort, but it is vital to the farm’s success and business model.“I try to share the story of our family and not just about raising chickens and beef. People want to know about our family and we try to create the bigger story that lets them understand what we are all about,” Stacie said. “A lot of times the best place to acquire new customers is the farmers market where we can share recipes and give samples. It is not just the sample, but the chance to interact with the customers that really helps at first. Then when they find out we live right outside of town and they find they like our products, they can turn into longer-term customers. We also deliver to long-term customers and send out a newsletter once or twice a year.”Their farm size right now allows for high quality products and valuable one-on-one relationships.“We are in the middle size-wise where we can create some genuine relationships and talk about why we are raising chicken, beef and turkeys. I tell them we started so we could feed our own family. People see that and trust us. They want good quality, local products that meet all of the safety standards of the grocery store,” Stacie said. “Most people, when you get into the face-to-face conversation, they seem to care about knowing us and being able to visit the farms more than the ingredients that are in their feed or an organic certification. When it comes down to it, it is more than just a buzzword. It is about supporting us and they want a safe product, but they really crave more of the transparency and the connection with the farm.”
A local court in Kolhapur on Friday remanded Sachin Andure, named by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to be one of the shooters of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar, and two others to police custody till September 16 in connection with the 2015 murder of Communist leader Govind Pansare.Earlier on Friday, the special investigation team (SIT) of the Maharashtra Police probing the case took custody of Mr. Andure who is lodged in Pune’s Yerwada Jail, from the CBI. It also took custody from the NIA of Ganesh Miskin and Amit Baddi, who are named in the murders of scholar M.M. Kalburgi and journalist Gauri Lankesh, and in the 2018 Nallasopara arms haul case. The two are lodged in Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai.The SIT arrested the trio and produced them in court, which remanded them to 10 days in police custody.With their arrest, 12 people have so far been named in Pansare’s murder, including Sarang Akolkar and Vinay Pawar, two absconding members of the Sanatan Sanstha who agencies had earlier said to have actually shot the Communist leader.Arguing for the custody of the three accused, government prosecutor Shivajirao Rane said they were present at a meeting presided by radical Hindutva activist and ENT specialist Dr. Virendra Tawde — named as the mastermind in Dabholkar’s murder — in Belagavi a week before the attack on Pansare on February 16, 2015. “The trio had also received arms training in Belagavi,” Mr. Rane said.Meanwhile, Mr. Andure claimed in court that he had been assaulted and abused by Additional Superintendent of Police Tirupati Kakade, who is the case investigating officer in the Pansare murder, when he was lodged at the Yerwada Jail in connection with Dabholkar’s murder.Defence counsel Sameer Patwardhan said, “Mr. Andure said he feared a similar recurrence in police custody while being interrogated about the Pansare murder and as a result would be lodging a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission.” Probe so farPansare and his wife, Uma, were repeatedly shot at close range by motorcycle-borne assailants while returning from a morning stroll in Kolhapur’s Sagar Mal locality on February 16, 2015. While Ms. Pansare survived the attack, her husband succumbed to his wounds in Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital on February 20, 2015.Seven months after the crime, the SIT made its first arrest in the form of Sanatan Sanstha activist Sameer Gaikwad, who was picked up from Sangli district. However, following much foot-dragging on part of probe agencies, Mr. Gaikwad was granted bail by a local court in June 2017.In January last year, the Kolhapur sessions court had also granted conditional bail to Dr. Tawde in connection with his suspected role in Pansare’s killing.According to probe agencies, Tawde is a crucial link to the murders of both Pansare and Dabholkar. The SIT’s supplementary charge sheet even names Dr. Tawde as the mastermind in the Pansare murder, suspecting him of conducting the reconnaissance before the murder.In November 2018, Amol Kale, a key accused in the Lankesh murder, was arrested by the SIT in connection with Pansare’s murder. Amit Degwekar, another co-accused in the Lankesh case, too, had been arrested by the SIT.Then in June this year, the SIT arrested and interrogated Sharad Kalaskar, alleged to be an assailant who shot Dabholkar, in connection with Pansare’s murder.The SIT had secured Mr. Kalaskar’s custody from the Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on grounds of his close affinity to fringe rightwing groups in Kolhapur and Belagavi. According to the SIT, Mr. Kalaskar had manufactured firearms in Kolhapur and Belagavi and had a key role in the conspiratorial meetings held in Belagavi to murder Pansare.The Mumbai ATS had first arrested Mr. Kalaskar along with fringe rightwing activist Vaibhav Raut from Nallasopara in Mumbai, and Sudhanwa Gondhalekar from Pune on August 10 last year for allegedly planning disruptive activities in the State.Investigating agencies have alleged that Mr. Kalaskar was an expert in arms manufacturing and was part of the wider conspiracy that links the murders of other rationalist-activists, Pansare and Lankesh.Motorcycle-borne assailants had killed Dabholkar on August 20, 2013 with a 7.65-mm country-made pistol when he was taking his morning stroll on the Omkareshwar Bridge in Pune. The same modus operandi was used in the murders of Pansare, Kalburgi and Lankesh.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has told the depositors of the scam-hit PMC Bank that he would discuss the issue of their distress with Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he meets the latter on October 13. A group of Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank customers met Mr. Fadnavis on Friday after an election rally he addressed here to campaign for BJP candidate and sitting MLA Sanjay Kelkar, who is contesting from Thane City constituency. Aggrieved depositors put forth their woes to the CM, who gave them a hearing, but said he could not give them any assurance as the Model Code of Conduct was in force.Mr. Fadnavis said he would be meeting Mr. Modi on October 13, and he had already prepared a brief on the PMC Bank issue for the meeting.“After the elections on October 21,we will follow up on this issue and ensure that the bank is bailed out at any cost. It will not meet the same fate as the other co-operative banks,” he said. PMC Bank is facing a crisis after an alleged ₹4,500 crore scam came to light last month. The RBI had capped withdrawals from the bank at ₹1,000 and later increased it to ₹25,000 following protests by depositors.The bank had allegedly lent over 70% of its ₹ 9,000 crore in loans to near-bankrupt realty player HDIL.
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