Tesco accused of exploiting charity slogan AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Unicef Ireland’s executive director Melanie Verwoerd said however they had been getting calls non-stop from people asking them what the link was with Tesco.“Change for Good” is trade marked Unicef for charity usage but is not trademarked for commercial or retail use.Ms Verwoerd said, however, “this is not a legal issue. It is a moral issue” and she called on the public “who have children’s welfare at heart, to consider carefully who they support when making consumer choices”.Tesco has used “Change for Good” as part of a summer advertising price reduction campaign. A spokesman for the company said “our ‘Change for Good’ programme has proven very popular with consumers who have seen significant reductions in the price of groceries as confirmed by the National Consumer Agency’s survey this week”.There were discussions between the two sides about the slogan. Tesco said “there was one short meeting and some e-mails were exchanged which we believed had resolved the issue”.Ms Verwoerd rejected this and said they had contacted Tesco in May and eventually, she said, “they told us it would be a low-key, below the radar in-store campaign but it is a major campaign”.Tesco sources insist the supermarket was unaware of Unicef’s use of the slogan when it started its campaign. Ms Vorwoerd said “I find that very hard to believe. Has none of them flown transatlantic with Aer Lingus?”www.unicef.ie 70 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: corporate Ireland Law / policy Howard Lake | 29 July 2009 | News Unicef Ireland and Tesco have become embroiled in a row over the use of the slogan “Change for Good”.Unicef Ireland has accused Tesco Ireland of capitalising on the name of one of its “longest running and best-known campaigns,” in place since 1987. Unicef uses the slogan for its campaign with 10 international airlines on long-haul flights where passengers donate foreign currency and in Ireland the campaign is run in conjunction with Aer Lingus and has raised €6.8 million since 1997.Tesco has expressed surprise at Unicef and insisted “there is no question of misusing their brand which is registered only for use by charities”. Advertisement
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Education Two Caltech Grads Selected for Fulbright Fellowships By ROBERT PERKINS Published on Monday, June 15, 2020 | 2:34 pm 61 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week HerbeautyAmazing Sparks Of On-Screen Chemistry From The 90-sHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat Is It That Actually Makes French Women So Admirable?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWho Was The Hollywood ‘It Girl’ The Year You Were Born?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Reasons Why The Lost Kilos Are Regained AgainHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeauty Community News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS More Cool Stuff Jade Livingston (l) and Karen Pham (r)This winter, two recent Caltech graduates are scheduled to head abroad to conduct research through Fulbright Fellowships. Jade Livingston (BS ’20), who majored in biology and is from Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts, will travel to Melbourne, Australia, to study marine microbes found on coral reefs. Karen Pham (BS ’20), who majored in geology and is from Orange, California, will travel to Oslo, Norway, to explore how best to incorporate fossil data into computational evolutionary models.The Fulbright Scholar Program, created by the U.S. Congress in 1946, is a cultural exchange program that offers grants to Americans who wish to perform research or pursue creative activities abroad. More than 140 countries are involved in the program, which sends approximately 1,200 scholars from the United States abroad each year. The fellowships usually begin a few months after graduation, but COVID-related travel restrictions have delayed this year’s program until early 2021 at the soonest.Livingston, whose interest in science was kindled at an early age by the exploits of French marine explorer Jacques Cousteau, says the opportunity to study marine biology in Australia fulfills a childhood dream.As a freshman at Caltech, Livingston discovered a love of microbiology in the lab of Dianne Newman, the Gordon M. Binder/Amgen Professor of Biology and Geobiology, and later worked at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. In Australia, she will work with Linda Blackall and Madeleine van Oppen of the University of Melbourne. Blackall and van Oppen have cultivated a coral algae that can survive higher temperatures, making them less prone to the coral bleaching associated with rising ocean temperatures. Livingston plans to see whether that heat tolerance is the result of a symbiotic relationship between the algae and any microbes associated with them. Eventually, this line of research could help develop strategies to protect coral reefs from climate change.“It’s microbiology and marine biology and functional science. That’s inspiring to me—to do science that has practical applications. I value discovery for discovery’s sake, but I like to know that down the line this could really help the world,” Livingston says.Pham, who was planning to begin her Fulbright work in August, will instead matriculate in the fall in the PhD program in geosciences at Pennsylvania State University, where she will conduct research until travel restrictions are eased. There, she will work with paleoecologist Sarah Ivory to study how the environmental evolution of the earth over geologic time affects species distributions and therefore their extinction risks. Pham has already won Penn State’s Fund for Excellence in Graduate Recruitment award and a University Graduate Fellowship, as well as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.Currently, Pham works with George Rossman, professor of mineralogy, on using neural networks to improve mineral identifications. Once in Norway, Pham plans to collaborate with Lee Hsiang Liow of the University of Oslo. Liow also has an affiliation with the Natural History Museum of Oslo, and will work with Pham on research that examines the best ways to incorporate data gathered from fossils into computational evolutionary models. Such models allow scientists to better understand the rate at which new species are created as well as rates of extinction. Specifically, Pham plans to work with bryozoans, colony-dwelling aquatic invertebrates that are well-established in the fossil record.“The Fulbright Program is an amazing opportunity to work face-to-face for months with researchers who you might otherwise only connect with at conferences or through email. A global perspective is crucial to develop in science, and I am so grateful to be able to not only work with Lee Hsiang but to do so while living in a different country,” Pham says. “I’m looking forward to getting started.”More than 390,000 scholars have received a Fulbright Fellowship since the program’s inception in 1946. The Fulbright Program awards approximately 8,000 grants annually, according to its website. Subscribe Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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Facebook Peter Hutton has resigned as the manager of First Division club Finn Harps.He made the announcement just minutes after Harps’ final home league game of the season against Athlone Town last night.Finn Harps won their game against the newly crowned Division One Champions by three goals to two but this first win after five straight league losses was overshadowed by the news that the Donegal club is now managerless.Hutton, who enjoyed a distinghuished playing career with Derry City – with ogver 600 appearances -also managed Derry twice as caretaker manager – in 2004 for a short period in the aftermath of Gavin Dykes’ departure and prior to the appointment of Stephen Kenny, and in 2007 succeeding Pat Fenlon.On 3 May 2011 Peter Hutton took over the management of Finn Harps along with former Northern Ireland international and fellow former Derry City player Felix Healy.Healy subseqeuntly departed and Hutton took full control.Harps were fancied by many to challenge strongly for promotion and to build on last season.However, after a bright start they struggled – particularly away from home.Hutton did guide Harps to an FAI Cup quarter-final for the first time since 1999 but they went into the Athlone game on the back of a five match losing run in the league. His departure was not hugely unexpected.Hutton issued a statement afterwards in which he thanked the club for giving him the opportunity to take charge.But it is clear that the financial realities of running a club on a shoestring was frustrating and clearly inhibited his desire to develop the team further.Harps have just one game left, away to Salthill Devon next weekend. Peter Hutton resigns as Finn Harps manager Donegal to get 50 tickets for Armagh but not for spectators Twitter 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ NewsSport By News Highland – October 5, 2013 Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry O’Kane and McCarter take up coaching rules Previous articleSlight fall in September Live Register figuresNext articleReferendum Count – Update News Highland Twitter Google+
amphotora/iStockBy BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News(MARSHALL, Ark.) — An Arkansas police chief has resigned after admitting to authoring several social media posts in which he advocated for violence against “Marxist Democrats.”Lang Holland, who had been the chief of police in Marshall, Arkansas, resigned on Saturday after he was confronted by the city’s mayor about a series of derogatory posts made under his name on a conservative social media site.“The Marshall community does not in any way support or condone bullying or threats of violence to anyone of any political persuasion. We are a welcoming community that is humbly working to build a bright future for ALL our citizens,” Marshall Mayor Kevin Elliott said in a statement released on the city’s Facebook page. “Mr. Holland is no longer employed with the city.”Marshall, a town with of population of a little over 1,350, is about 100 miles north of Little Rock.Elliott said he became aware of the social media posts when they began circulating on Facebook and Twitter on Friday under the username “Chieflangholland.”ABC Little Rock affiliate KATV obtained screenshots of Holland’s posts before they were taken down.In one post, apparently made before the Nov. 3 presidential election, Holland wrote, “When this is over and Trump is president for 4 more years. Do not go to sleep. Do not forget what these Marxist Democrat bastards have tried to do.”The post went on to say, “When you see one in public get in their face do not give them any peace. Throw water on them at restaurants. Push them off the sidewalks. Never let them forget they are traitors and have no right to live in this Republic after what they have done.”In another post, Holland wrote, “Death to Marxist Democrats. Take no prisoners leave no survivors.”Efforts by ABC News to reach Holland for comment on Monday were unsuccessful.KATV reported that in now-deleted posts Holland had encouraged people to burn and smash Democrats’ homes and run them out of the country. According to KATV, Holland also made posts calling transgender people “mentally defective” and “perverted freaks.”After the controversy over the posts erupted, Holland allegedly responded under another user account with the username “the real chief,” denying he was the author of the initial posts and writing, “I am NOT an ignorant, violent, racist Trump disciple like I have been depicted.”In a statement to The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette of Little Rock, Arkansas, Gov. Asa Hutchinson slammed Holland’s posts as “dangerous” and called for his ouster.Earlier this year, Holland made national news by releasing a statement criticizing Hutchinson’s statewide mask mandate as “a very large overreach of the powers” by the state government. He refused to enforce the mandate.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
We review the distributions and functions of mycorrhizas and dark septate root endophytes in polar regions. Arbuscular mycorrhizas (AM) are present in the Arctic and Antarctic to 82 ºN and 63 ºS, respectively, with fine endophyte being the dominant form of AM in roots at higher latitudes. Ecto- (ECM) and ericoid (ERM) mycorrhizas both occur in the Arctic to 79 ºN, owing to the presence of species of Salix, Dryas, Vaccinium and Cassiope to this latitude. ECM and ERM are not present in Antarctic ecosystems, owing to an absence of suitable hosts. Arbutoid and orchid mycorrhizas are infrequent in the Arctic, whilst the latter is present at one location in the sub-Antarctic. Data from studies of AM, ECM and ERM colonisation along a latitudinal transect through the Arctic indicate that the frequency of plant species not colonised by mycorrhizas increases at higher latitudes, largely owing to an increase in non-mycorrhizal and a decrease in obligately mycorrhizal plant families at more northerly locations. A separate group of root- and rhizoid-associated fungi, the dark septate root endophytes (DSE), are widespread to 82 ºN and 77 ºS, and are apparently more frequent than mycorrhizal fungi in polar regions. The functions of DSE are largely unclear, but studies suggest beneficial effects on plant growth under defined conditions. We advocate further research into the effects of DSE on their host plants in polar regions.
The total amount of wheat milled in the UK has increased by 2.2% for the crop-year to date, according to the latest national statistics released by Defra. The figure for the 43 weeks to 25 April 2009 stood at 5,032 thousand tonnes (tt), compared to 4,923tt for the comparable period last year. However, figures for the four weeks to 25 April, showed the total amount milled fell by 3.4% to 477tt compared with the figures for April 2008.The total home-grown wheat milled in the UK increased by 2.8% to 4,058tt for the 43 weeks to 25 April 2009, but was down by 4.7% to 375.8tt for the four weeks to 25 April 2009. The total amount of imported wheat milled stood at 101tt, up 1.9% for the same four-week period.In terms of flour production, the total amount stood at 4,007.4tt for the 43 weeks to 25 April 2009 – up 3.4%. The crop year-to-date figures show flour production for biscuit-making has increased by 10%, but cake flour and flour for food ingredients both fell, by 4.4% and 14.8% respectively.Total production of bread flour stood at 2,309tt for the 43 weeks to 25 April 2009 – down 1.4% – 1,970tt of which was white flour (-1.0%), 93.9tt brown flour (-13.5%) and 245.1tt wholemeal (+1.4%).