The Environmental Design Program in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction will present a lecture and workshop by Holley Henderson LEED Fellow, founder of H2 Ecodesign and CADC Interior Architecture alumna. She has nearly 15 years and 4 million square feet of successful LEED Certifications around the world. Her lecture, of eco Trends: Reuse + Health + Social, is at 11:00 am in Dudley Auditorium, B6; her workshop will be in 204 Dudley from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
This definitely seems like a shift of focus from the high class cultural capital that Ciroc and Diddy had spent so much time to set up. Keeping that in mind, though, Leiss asserts that when it comes to luxury and high class culture, re wrote the narrative of luxury, poking fun at it or adding quirkiness to the objects of affluence in order to keep people from being jaded from luxury items(Leiss et. Al, 532).
They don’t put the wall up between physical and digital,” O’Neill said.Customers can use the Nike retail app to scan products’ bar codes and find out more information about them, including the sizes and colors the store has in stock.Another first for the brand: much of the store’s stock including 25% of its footwear will refresh every two weeks, bringing in items that are new, popular, and sometimes completely unique to the store. That’s three times faster than a typical store refresh.The back half of the store will not rotate and will instead be filled with “365 favorites” that are divorced from seasonality. Think of it like the physical version of a “best sellers” tab you typically see when sorting products online.Service with a speedy digital smileThe new store is also built around customer service, including an in app offering that allows customers to come in and try on pre reserved shoes.
As a member of NATO, Denmark has a number of missile and radar installations, dating back to the 1960 which were manufactured in the US, includingHAWK batteries, Nike AJAX batteries, Nike HERCULES batteries, and a number of early defence early warning radar installations, DEW, which includes installations in Greenland.For years there has been debate in the Danish media and among human rights, NGO and military veterans groups, about whether exposure to military electrical equipment, including missile guidance radar, target acquisition radar, and defenece early warning (DEW) radar, as well as the more modern “over the horizon radar” can cause, or has caused cancer. Also some radar installations were outfitted with radioactive paint on buttons and readouts, which contained radium 226, which is a radioactive material dangerous for contamination of the body, and can cause cancer according to the report.However, there are a number of inaccuracies in the report, which was published this week in Denmark. Firstly, the Danish Cancer Society claims that they “were not aware” of any problems in this area until 5 years ago, when the complaints of 136 military personnel were revealed in a Danish TV program “21 Sunday” they claim that military personnel have only been exposed for 26 years, wheras the actual fact is that the first US radars were set up in European Nato countries already in the early 1960 than 40 years ago!A similar scandal was revealed years ago, when Danish and Greenland personnel at Thule Base, northern Greenland, complained that they had been exposed to nuclear material in connection with a US bomber crash, where radioactive material from one or more bombs was spread out over a large area of the icesheet and snow, which was manually removed in barrels by the personnel the time the Danish government offered compensation to the victims and famalies of this “radioactive cleanup”, many years later, most of the afflicted personnel were already dead! And this was after official denials by the Danish Government and medical groups for over 3 decades that there was a problem!As international researchers know, these dangers associated with military radio, radar, and other electrical installations were already known in the 1970 and were mentioned in my book “cycles of Heaven” in 1978 and “The zapping of America” (1977) and other books by Paul Brodeur and others in the 1970 and 1980 long before the Danish Cancer Society “discovered” this area of investigation!I am investigating this coverup and will be reporting soon on updates.