first_imgComing in support of their recent release Celebration (2015), bluegrass band Cabinet has announced an extensive summer tour schedule. The group will appear all over the country and at many festivals this summer, including Disc Jam, High Sierra, All Good, Gathering of the Vibes and more!Check out the title track from their latest album and the full tour schedule below:More information can be found via the band’s official website.Cabinet Tour Schedule:5/22 North Lawrence, OH – The Ville Music Festival5/23 Roanoke, VA – Night Riders Ball5/25 Bethlehem, PA – #SBECFest – Memorial Day Festival6/5-6 Glen Jean, WV – Mountain Music Festival6/11 Burlington, VT – Nectar’s6/13 Saratoga Springs, NY – Saratoga Brew Festival6/14 Stephentown, NY – Disc Jam6/20 Utica, NY – Saranac Brewery6/21 Croton on Hudson, NY – Clearwater Festival (early show)6/21 Shelton, CT – Soupstock (late show)6/26 Mebane, NC – The Big What?6/27 Nashville, TN – ACME Seed & Feed6/30 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge7/2-3 Quincy, CA  – High Sierra Music Festival7/4 St. Helena, CA – Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch7/8 Announcing Soon7/9-10 Summit Point, WV – All Good Music Festival7/17 Trumansburg, NY – Grassroots Music Festival7/23 Falls River, MA – Narrows Center7/25 Jay Peak, VT – Jeezum Crow Music Festival7/29-30 Cape May, NJ – Cabanas7/31 Sterling, NY – Sterling String Fling8/2 Bridgeport, CT – Gathering of the Vibes8/8 Burlington, VT – Lake Champlain Maritime Festival8/13-15 Scranton, PA – Peach Music Festival8/15 Cockeysville, MD – Hot August Music Festival (early show)8/22 Bolton Valley, VT – Hop Jam8/30 – 9/6 Stanley, ID – Pickin’ on the Middle Fork River Adventurelast_img read more

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first_imgWhile Arcade Fire continues to work on a new studio album in New Orleans, the group is making time for a handful of performances throughout 2016. This year will see the group play, at minimum, two festivals and one benefit event, comprising the first tour dates for the beloved rockers since 2014’s Reflektor tours.The band will head to Montreal on February 19th, playing a benefit show for KANPE. Founded by band member Régine Chassagne, KANPE is a charity that raises funds and aid for Haiti. The benefit will also see appearances from David Byrne, Saul Williams and The Office‘s Rainn Wilson.Arcade Fire And Preservation Hall Jazz Band Shut Down New Orleans With Second Line For David Bowie [Photos/Video]Then, in July, Arcade Fire travels to Europe for two festivals: Bilbao BBK Live in Spain and NOS Alive in Portugal. Both occur during the July 7-9 weekend, with Arcade Fire confirmed to perform on the Sunday of NOS Alive. If that festival name sounds familiar, it’s because Radiohead was announced as a headliner last week.We’ll be on the lookout for more news from Arcade Fire. Considering 2016 is shaping up to be the year of the revival/reunion, we’re optimistic about more Arcade Fire performances.last_img read more

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first_imgMILWAUKEE – A new partnership to train fire department paramedics in community-based health care will kick off with a press conference at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing, 1921 E. Hartford Ave.The community-based paramedic pilot program involves the UWM College of Nursing, Milwaukee Fire Department, Milwaukee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Medical College of Wisconsin. The program will train paramedics to provide follow-up health care to frequent users of emergency medical services. Paramedics will receive training to support these patients with preventive and primary care before they reach a crisis again.This summer, the UWM College of Nursing will collaborate with the Medical College of Wisconsin to train 30 paramedics from the Milwaukee, North Shore, West Allis, Greenfield and Madison fire departments in the “Community Paramedic Curriculum,” a community-based health care model used nationally. The curriculum will provide enhanced training in health issues such as asthma and infant mortality. That training will be completed in October. The community-based paramedic pilot program will then be implemented in participating communities.Speakers at the news conference include:Sally Lundeen – Dean of the UWM College of NursingMark Mone – UWM ChancellorDaniel Berendt – Assistant Fire Chief, MFD Emergency Medical ServicesDr. Stephen Hargarten – Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine, Medical College of WisconsinDr. Riccardo Colella – Director, Medical College of Wisconsin and Milwaukee County EMSlast_img read more

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first_imgLOOK: Cyclists Volunteer to Give Nature Rides to Wheelchair Bound“For somebody whose spouse used a wheelchair or walker before they passed away, it’s hard to think of that equipment going into the trash,” one of the nonprofit volunteers told The Washington Post. “When they give it to us, they feel like they’ve given it a second life. And then to see the recipient’s face light up — that’s extremely rewarding.”Sudabattula was first inspired to launch his labor of love several years ago while he was studying at the University of Utah and simultaneously volunteering in the prosthetics department at a nearby hospital.Whenever one of the patients outgrew a prosthetic, the device would simply be thrown away. Prosthetics can’t be reused because they are specifically fitted to each patient, but Sudabattula couldn’t help but wonder if he could rescue other medical equipment from the trash.Photo by Project EmbraceHe was reminded of a trip that he had taken to India with his parents in 2006 when they brought him to an orphanage for disabled children. Since the youngsters didn’t have access to medical equipment, they had fashioned makeshift wheelchairs out of lawn furniture and bicycle wheels.Ten years later, Sudabattula returned to the very same orphanage so he could donate several dozen wheelchairs and crutches – all of which were courtesy of Project Embrace.WATCH: As Disabled Man Frantically Wheels Himself Home Before Tornado, Teen Hops Out of His Car to HelpSince launching the nonprofit from his apartment in 2016, the group has donated over 900 refurbished medical devices to low-income hospitals in India and the United States.Just last month, Project Embrace volunteers made their second trip to the Utah-Arizona border so they could donate dozens of wheelchairs and walkers to a rural Navajo Nation hospital.Photo by Project Embrace“Often times when it comes to healthcare innovation and design, people tend to opt out of professional conversations because they don’t feel qualified enough to contribute to the discussion,” Sudabattula said in a blog post. “This is ironic because access to healthcare (and healthcare innovation) affects everyone — naturally, everyone should then be involved.“We give our community an opportunity to get involved and by tracking where individual donations end up going, we can show our community exactly where their impact is being made.“There have been a lot of slip ups along the road, but founding a cause where everyone feels welcome to contribute to greater health will always be the greatest decision I’ve ever made as a student.”(WATCH the video below)Be Sure And Share This Sweet Story Of Kindness With Your Friends On Social Media…AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorePhoto by Project EmbraceA compassionate college student has been on a mission to rescue abandoned medical equipment so he can send them to people who need them.Mohan Sudabattula is the mastermind behind Project Embrace: a nonprofit that collects secondhand crutches, wheelchairs, orthotic braces, walkers, slings, and rehabilitative gear for reuse.The 23-year-old student and his team of volunteers collect the equipment by scouring the dusty shelves of thrift stores and accepting personal donations from community members. After the gear is cleaned and refurbished, the group sends it to disadvantaged medical facilities around the world.last_img read more

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first_imgBy Darragh Doiron The News staff writer It’s okay that Shirley Dement talks about herself in third person. All three sound pretty nice. “I guess Shirley is a people person,” Dement said. Her daughter calls her something else. “Mom is a ball of fire,” said Brooks Cima, Dement’s daughter. “She has been a ‘professional volunteer’ on the local scene for over 20 years, with most of that spent in service with the United Board of Missions.” At this past week’s UBM open house to promote office renovations, Dement proudly showed offices where area needy can get help with paying utilities and prescriptions, food and clothing. She’s gearing up for the holiday Share-A-Toy. Now president of the board, Dement said a church member asked her to attend a UBM meeting years ago. “I was just amazed at what the people were doing,” she recalled. Gentle nudges got her active in other UBM projects and now she finds the work rewarding. Talking to clients, such as grandmothers raising grandchildren, is emotional, she said. “When jobs are hard to find, that’s when United Board of Missions is needed,” Dement said. When grandmothers come in and humbly ask for a toy, Dement wants to help. “If it were up to me, I’d give them the whole building,” she said. In addition to her UBM work, Shirley has an active church life at the First United Methodist Church in Groves where she is in the choir and serves on the worship committee. “Her family is very important to her. She and my father will celebrate 54 years of marriage in May of 2008,” Cima said Cima said her mother is active in the lives of her grandchildren: Mindy, recently married and doing post-graduate work at the University of St. Thomas; Erin, a prospective May graduate from University of St. Andrews; Caitlin, a recent graduate from Baylor University now serving in the U.S. Air Force; and Derrick, a freshman engineering major at Louisiana State University. Contact this reporter at [email protected] Next Uplast_img read more

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first_img Does it feel like twice the work? It really doesn’t. When we started this, I had no history with Beckett or Pinter—I’d never read any of them. That served me well, because people I talk to say, “Oh, Waiting for Godot, I remember reading that in college, I had no idea what was going on.” But I had no preconceived notion. And what’s great about these two plays is half of what you’re given is stuff that happens between the lines, in the pauses and non-verbal moments. Tell me about the Shuler Hensley Awards in Georgia—how cool is that to have an award named after you? Six years ago, the guys who created the awards said, “We want to start a Georgia version of the Gene Kelly Awards in Pennsylvania and the Tommy Tune Awards in Texas.” I agreed to help in any way I could. That’s when they said, “We’d like to call it the Shuler Awards.” But I wasn’t thinking, “Finally, I have an award named after me!” To me, it’s kind of crazy, but if it helps, it’s fine with me. I remember so vividly the magic of high school theater. That’s when I got hooked. To come back and see kids having these moments, it completely reenergizes you as a performer. Related Shows Are you more at home belting out an 11:00 number or doing a drama? Over the years, I’ve learned that singing is just an extension of acting, and well-crafted musicals understand that. It can become a really magical experience. To have an orchestra and all the people working together to create these scenes and these moments—there’s nothing like it. That’s why you have Hugh Jackman and these guys who have had a taste of musical theater coming back to it. There’s just no substitute. Shuler Hensley really knows how to stick out in a crowd—he stands six feet, three inches tall, and his booming voice and hearty laugh overpower a room. But despite being an amiable guy in real life, these larger-than-life attributes often get him cast as the bad guy: a Tony-winning turn as Jud Fry in Oklahoma! and Javert in Les Miserables on Broadway, and Jigger Craigin in the New York Philharmonic’s Carousel concert, just to name three. In No Man’s Land and Waiting For Godot, playing in repertory at the Cort Theatre, Hensley takes on two very different types of bad guys—in Godot, a pompous fat-cat, and in No Man’s Land, a mysterious bodyguard. Below, Hensley chats about getting a “shot of stage” with Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart, his acclaimed performance as an obese tutor in The Whale, being the namesake of the Shuler Hensley Awards and more. Shuler Hensley How did you manage to make Godot’s wealthy, egomaniac Pozzo such a funny (and even sometimes sympathetic) character? From day one, Sean was very specific about us wanting to experiment with accents, because there is no setting for this play. It’s just an abandoned road in the middle of nowhere. So you have the freedom to explore and use your characters in a way that’s very personal. I was born and raised in Georgia, and having this giant circus type character with a Southern accent really struck me. Beckett flows nicely with a Southern accent. It allowed me to connect with this character deeper than trying to mimic some other production of it. See Shuler Hensley in Waiting For Godot and No Man’s Land at the Cort Theatre. You’re immersed in Waiting for Godot and No Man’s Land—what is it like to alternate between the two plays? It’s challenging. At first, I was like, how is this gonna work? It starts with having trust in your fellow actors; they help immerse you in the play at hand. Like a song, once you get into that rhythm, everything starts coming back. It’s overwhelming to think about logically: “I’m gonna do these two giant pieces of theater in one day,” but it’s also wonderful. Ian calls it “the shot of stage,” when you get a B-12 shot or something—you feel overwhelmed until you get in front of the footlights, and then it’s quite exciting. Care to weigh in on the GOD-oh versus God-OH debate? I try my hardest to say GOD-oh, because that’s what they want. I find it fascinating, because it’s a typical example of what the play is about. What is the answer? What is the meaning? What’s the pronunciation? What’s going on? Just the fact that the title of the show is debatable makes me giggle. But I will say GOD-oh until the Brits leave and then if I do another production with Americans and they want God-OH, I’ll do God-OH. Guh-Dot, whatever you want. God-O.T. Go-daht! Are the Sirs as silly in real life as they are on Twitter? Oh yes, that’s exactly the way they come across in real life. Most of the comments I’ve had at the stage door are that they’re overwhelmed by Godot because they never realized how funny it was. Ian and Pat have such a humanity. They’ve worked together for 40 years; they’ve grown up together in this business. There’s a real love between them and you can feel it!center_img You had one of the most acclaimed performances of 2012 in The Whale. Looking back on it, what was that experience like? I love characters who are outsiders, and initially my agent said, “They want you to do a reading of this play, and it’s a guy who’s a 650-pound morbidly obese gay online tutor,” and I said, “I am doing it.” [Laughs.] As a character actor, you can’t ask for a more challenging, juicy role. We’re excited to see you in The Most Happy Fella at Encores! this spring. Is this a role you’ve always wanted to play? It is! My first summer job at a music festival up in Bay View, Michigan, was The Most Happy Fella—I played one of the chefs. It’s a beautifully written show, but it’s dealing with some pretty heavy issues for 1956. It’s a wonderful classic musical, just one hit after another, and a lot of times you don’t get the chance to hear the lushness of the music with the full orchestra. When you were in Oklahoma! with Hugh Jackman in London, did you have any idea he would go on to be one of the world’s biggest stars? The first time I saw him, he came into the rehearsal studio with no shoes on. I was like, who is this guy? He’s been a friend of mine since that first day, and he’s still the same guy. I went with him for his first audition for X-Men, for moral support. Talk about the randomness of becoming a star: He didn’t get the role! The guy who was originally supposed to do Wolverine was doing Mission Impossible II in Australia and they had a monsoon or something that delayed filming. Then they came back to Hugh. So, you just never know. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on March 30, 2014 No Man’s Land What was it like to rehearse with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen? When you’re dealing with Sir Ian and Sir Pat, and you’re like, “Oh my god…” But once you get to know them, you see that what makes them so great is the fact that their energy and enthusiasm for theater has never waned. It’s like it’s the first play they’ve ever done! Star Files You play a more mysterious bad guy in No Man’s Land—are people at the stage door surprised to see how jovial you really are? Yes, they always are—I think it’s my size and my voice. I find it interesting to play characters that are preconceived as the villain and try to find parts of them that everyone can relate to. There’s nothing more unsettling than to come to the theater and say, “Oh god, here comes this big bad guy,” and then come out thinking, “I feel for him.” You realize that those people are in all of us.last_img read more

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first_img Related The Trek-Segafredo World Tour men’s and women’s teams chose the Rouleur Classic show in London for the official unveiling of their new kits for 2019. Trek-Segafredo’s technical cycling wear partner Santini developed both the women’s team as well as the men’s team kit.The presentation was attended by three Trek-Segafredo team members, German rider John Degenkolb and Dutchman Koen de Kort from the men’s squad, and British cyclist Lizzie Deignan from the women’s, all of whom were modelling the new Santini-designed and manufactured kits.“Dressing the teams and supporting the athletes both in training and in competition, listening to their needs and then creating technical kit designed around those needs has always been a priority for Santini,” said Monica Santini, CEO at Santini Cycling Wear. “We are proud that our partnership with the Trek-Segafredo team has now also been extended to supplying the kit for the new women’s squad.”Both men’s and women’s teams will be supplied with all the kit they need to tackle a year of international racing and an intensive training schedule. The cyclists will all be receiving full kits and accessories for ‘all the seasons and latitudes they will encounter’.Santini adds that it paid particular attention to the technical materials used for the winter kits… ‘The teams will receive a broad range of garments made using innovative fabrics and technologies to allow them train and compete efficiently and comfortably in even the chilliest of weather.’John Degenkolb said “You just got to love our new kits, I wouldn’t be able to choose between them. The retro style is truly amazing. They make me long for the new season to start. 2019, bring it on!”His Dutch team-mate Koen de Kort was equally enthusiastic about the new Trek-Segafredo kits, adding “I really like the new red race kit. The black bib-shorts are very stylish and I personally love the sleeves of the kit. I think it will stand out in the peloton and we might take best looking kit (again) this year!”British cyclist Lizzie Deignan said “I’m really excited about the new Trek-Segafredo kit from Santini and can’t wait to start wearing it for training and racing. Trek and Santini have done a great job designing something that is both functional and stylish. The team are excited about wearing it because it looks good and it is technically second to none so it will be brilliant for performance too.”Men’s team kitThe main kit that the men’s team will be using in competition focuses on the Trek-Segafredo colours of black and red. However, in light of the need to boost cyclist safety during training, the training kits will be made from fluorescent yellow to make the wearers more visible to other road users. Fluorescent yellow will also be used for the women’s team’s training kits.The aerodynamically-cut jersey is made mostly from ultralight yet ultra-tough Bodyfit fabric with perforated Rudy fabric used for the front, pockets, collar and sides to boost breathability.The coordinating shorts have a large area made from Impact, a Sitip fabric incorporating Dyneema fibres which are claimed to be 15 times stronger than steel for abrasion and tear resistance. The fabric, which was also used in the 2018 kit, is particularly popular with the team members who reportedly asked for it to be used again in 2019.Impact fabric was also chosen in the development of the road skinsuit that will be provided to all team riders.Women’s team kitColour-wise, the women’s team kit is in a mix of navy blue and lighter blues. Made from the same fabrics as the men’s version, it is specifically cut and tailored for the female body. The navy blue shorts incorporate the C3 Woman chamois which is ‘light and comfortable with guaranteed shock absorption.’All the Santini cycling wear supplied to the Trek-Segafredo is made entirely in Italy by the company’s staff and using materials sourced primarily in Italy. Trek-Segafredo replica team kits will be available online from the Santini site as well as in all Trek stores and selected cycling retailers worldwide.www.santinisms.ittreksegafredo.comlast_img read more

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first_imgExperiencing shared reality Whatever it is, you strike up a conversation and within minutes you’re exchanging recommendations, riffing off each other’s jokes and making up stories together. Before you’ve even found out what the other person does for a living or where they’re from, you’ve established a feeling of mutual connection. Your conversation partner just seems to get it – and get you. You’ve clicked. Most of us have experienced it at least once: you meet someone, and within minutes you know you are going to be friends – or more. Often, discovering shared opinions sparks the connection; you might find you both love the paintings of Paula Rego, or that you had exactly the same reaction to today’s headlines or that you both hate the music at this party. Many of our best conversations, whether with a new acquaintance or an old friend, are about the world around us rather than ourselves. They are also often the conversations that bring us closer to each other. Columbia University psychologist Maya Rossignac-Milon calls this “making sense of the world together”. And she thinks it is the secret of good relationships. Although we’re encouraged to look for people who meet our preferences, shared reality theory suggests we may not know what our preferences are until we meet the other person. Many online dating sites are designed around the principle that if you can gather enough data on an individual, you figure out a perfect match. If a new relationship is an act of mutual creativity, however, the right match may be very hard to predict. Along with her co-researcher E Tory Higgins, Rossignac-Milon developed a questionnaire that measures the extent to which couples experience shared reality. A researcher asks each partner to rate their agreement or disagreement with statements such as, “We frequently think of things at the exact same time” or “Through discussions we often arrive at a joint perspective”. Using this method, Rossignac-Milon has found evidence that people who experience more shared reality with their partner also feel more committed to each other. Indeed, on the days when couples experience more of this cognitive merging, they also feel emotionally closer. …center_img Rossignac-Milon’s research challenges the conventional wisdom about new relationships: that we are mostly attracted to people who are similar to us. According to Paul Eastwick, a professor of psychology at the University of California at Davis who studies close relationships, “What is especially fascinating about Dr Rossignac-Milon’s work on shared reality is that it serves as a reminder that similarity is often a thing that two people create or discover together in the moment. It wasn’t ‘there’ on paper before the interaction took place.” But why, exactly? The secret to what makes our conversations with some people so magnetic and telling, while others fade in passing, may be not just with whom we’re talking – but what we’re talking about. Rossignac-Milon cites the writer CS Lewis, who remarked that, “What draws people to be friends is that they see the same truth. They share it.” In a long-term relationship, she says that sense of shared reality can become like a single lens through which the partners filter the world around them; minds meet, synchronise and merge. In the field of relationship psychology, most research has focused, as you might expect, on how people feel about each other. What those studies often miss, says Rossignac-Milon, is the third partner in any relationship: shared reality. … Read the whole story: BBC More of our Members in the Media >last_img read more

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first_img Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Protect World from Sliding into Global Recession, Urges UN… Statement by the Chairman of the Caribbean Community… Jun 30, 2020 You may be interested in… Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Dr the Honourable Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis leads a delegation from the Community to meet with United Nations (UN) Secretary-General His Excellency Antonio Guterres on Monday morning to discuss the crisis in Venezuela. The meeting will take place at UN Headquarters, New York USA. Prime Minister Harris will be accompanied by the Honourable Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados, Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, the Honourable Peter David, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Grenada and Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, Secretary-General of CARICOM. The meeting is a follow-up to the decision of CARICOM Heads of Government at their Special Emergency Meeting on Thursday which discussed the on-going situation in Venezuela. The CARICOM Leaders agreed to request a meeting with the UN Secretary-General which he accepted. Tribute to Sir Everton Weekes: Climbing to the Top –… center_img Jul 2, 2020 Share this on WhatsApp Sep 30, 2020 Jul 10, 2020 CARICOM Heads Meet Friday – Handover of Chairmanship to… last_img read more

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first_imgNature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU), a Germany-based environment association, has launched a campaign for a cleaner cruise industry.“The ‘swimming hotels’ run by Carnival, Royal Caribbean, MSC and other shipping companies contribute massively to the air pollution that threatens our climate, our environment and our health,” NABU claims.According to the association’s cruise ship ranking 2015, presented on Thursday in Hamburg, even though the cruise ships of leading cruise lines are becoming cleaner, there are still too few ships integrating technology aimed at cutting emissions.The ranking examined the planned ship newbuilds until 2020 and was based on an analysis of recent developments on the European market with a focus on the environmental performance of ships. The key factors examined were the fuel used, the planned emission abatement techniques as well as other emission reducing measures.NABU representatives welcomed at the presentation of the ranking the willingness of some providers such as AIDA and Costa Cruises to get a handle on the massive emission problem of their ships following their announcement on construction of the industry’s first LNG-fueled cruise ships.On the other hand the association criticized big market players such as Royal Caribbean and MSC that installed scrubbers across their fleet and are still using heavy fuel oil (HFO) that should be abandoned across the shipping industry as it pollutes the air massively and can also cause huge environmental disasters.“Companies that still dread to invest in emission abatement techniques and better fuels today act completely negligently. It is unbelievable that a big part of the cruise industry makes good money at the expanse of environment, climate and human health but ducks away when it comes to taking over responsibility,“ says NABU CEO Leif Miller.Click to enlargeMalte Siegert, Head of Environmental Policy at NABU Hamburg commented: “The city of Hamburg decided, in order to somewhat handle the increasing air pollution from cruise ships especially near residential areas, to equip the cruise terminal in Altona with an onshore power supply (OPS) that cost several million Euros and to finance the infrastructure on land for an LNG barge at the cruise terminal Hafencity.”Siegert added that the ship owners now need to make use of the energy provided so the ships engines can be shut down during berthing time.“An OPS of course only makes sense if the energy comes from renewable sources. Still ships need to be equipped with SCR catalysts and diesel particulate filters in order to reduce diesel soot and PM the same way it is a standard for cars and trucks since many years. That is still needed because once the plug is pulled from the OPS a ship continues to emit health impairing emissions in the port and on the river Elbe.”NABU’s findings come in the wake of a recently unveiled study from the Helmholtz institute that showed the massive impact of ship emissions on deterioration of human health.Image: NABUlast_img read more

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