Workshop

Thank you, workshop participants!

ICON4 Workshop

Preliminary Program:

Saturday, June 27, 2015
7:00–10 pm Welcome reception for workshop attendees and early arrivals (Aurora Room Lister Hall); Workshop registration with room check-in (Lister Hall)

Sunday, June 28, 2015

9:00-9:10: Opening remarks and welcome from workshop organizers Jessica Kozlowski and Hanna Koch: Overview of workshop attendee survey results

Session 1: N-cycle Ecology, Ecogenomics, and Niche Differentiation

(9:10-10:10; 15 min. talks including 3 min question/discussion period)

Session Chairs: Petra Pjevac and Chris Sedlacek

9:10-9:30: Ricardo J. E.Alves: Phylogeny, diversity and evolution of the archaeal ammonia monooxygenase subunit A – a framework for classification and ecological analysis of ammonia-oxidising archaea

9:30-9:50: Andrew Giguerea: Uncoupling of ammonia oxidation from nitrite oxidation, and its impact upon nitrous oxide production in a grassland soil

9:50-10:10: Xuefeng Peng: Nitrification in the eastern tropical North and South Pacific OMZs

10:10-10:40: Keynote talk 1; Graeme Nicol: Nitrogen networks: forming collaborations and making them work

10:40-11:00: Coffee/Tea Break

Session 2: Physiology and Adaptation of N-cycle organisms

(11:00-12:00; 15 min. talks including 3 min question/discussion period)

Session Chairs: Hanna Koch and Jessica Kozlowski

11:00-11:20: Jong-Geol Kim: Hydrogen peroxide detoxification by α-ketoacid oxidation is required for stimulation of growth of a marine ammonia-oxidizing archaeon

11:20-11:40: Mee-Rye Park: Impact of hydroxylamine on the growth kinetics and gene expression of enriched Nitrospira spp.

11:40-12:00: Linda HinkDifferences in nitrous oxide yield from bacterial- and archaeal-driven soil nitrification

Lunch in CCIS lounge (12:00-1:00)

1:00-2:00: Poster Session with coffee/tea

2:00-2:30: Keynote Talk 2; Christa Schleper: Planning your scientific career (?) – the truth

Session 3: Engineering and Application

(2:30-3:30; 15 min. talks including 3 min question/discussion period)

Session Chairs: Ellen Lauchnor and Ryan Bartelme

2:30-2:50: Jennifer B. Glass: Isotopic and Kinetic Investigations of Abiotic Nitrous Oxide Formation from Nitrification Intermediates and Redox-Active Metals in Seawater

2:50-3:10: S.E. Vlaeminck: Reactivation of microbial nitrogen cycling conversions after Lower Earth Orbit Space exposure

3:10-3:30: Alexandra Fumasoli: Modeling the population dynamics during nitrification of urine 

3:30-4:00: Keynote Talk 3; Kartik Chandran: Industry university partnerships for translational research

4:00: Closing Remarks and Group photo!

Organizers: Jessica Kozlowski (Univ. Alberta) and Hanna Koch (Univ. Vienna)

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  3. Bacoa’s trio of chefs divide up the menu: Raúl Correa on desserts and vegetables; René Marichal on fish and meat; and Xavier Pacheco on Creole stews and rice dishes. Although all three are accomplished, food lovers may hold Pacheco in particularly high esteem given he and the late Anthony Bourdain shared three meals together, including one where Pacheco cooked wahoo escabeche (fried wahoo fish marinated in a vinegary sauce) with guanimes (similar to corn tamales) for Bourdain on a boat.

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  4. At Slippurinn, you can find oyster leaf on top of radishes stuffed with homemade mayonnaise. There may also be grilled broccoli slathered in garlic mayonnaise and crusted in panko and dried fish flakes, which is like crunchy, battered fish without most of the fish or grease; angelica-cured halibut so thin and translucent that the tiny pops of pink arctic thyme dusted on top turn it into art; pineapple weed ice cream with the fragrance and flavour of its namesake fruit – despite actually being chamomile – topped with a tart-sweet wild rhubarb compote; and skyr, an Icelandic cheese similar to yogurt, with wild sorrel granita and toasted oats.

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  5. Seeing the necessity for funding, Robinson decided to take her story to her own company and devote portions of her profit to helping restore cultural landmarks on Daufuskie through an organised charity. She’s helped in the preservation of original Gullah homes including the Francis Jones House where she lives, a one-room cottage built by the family of the island’s first schoolteacher in 1856. She’s also sponsored the cleaning of burial stones in the cemetery. Robinson hopes that when tourism resumes, her efforts will bring funds for more urgent preservation and restoration projects.

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  6. However it has come about, Ducasse is embracing the shift toward sustainable, vegetable-forward cuisine. In September, Naturaliste will transform into Sapid, a more permanent plant-based restaurant centred around conviviality on Rue Paradis in Paris’s 10th arrondissement. It will feature a refectory-setup with communal tables, encouraging the social contact that people lacked during the past year.

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  7. The gardens at Sigiriya are not only the best-preserved water gardens in South Asia but some of the oldest landscaped gardens in the world. Important guests in the 5th Century would have walked a path with the impressively designed water gardens on either side, serving as a grand entrance to the more than 1,200 steps leading up to the palace.

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  8. According to Weerasinghe, these miniature water gardens would have been best experienced at night, under the moonlight’s reflection on the shallow pools. “There are very romantic aspects to the royal precinct of Sigiriya,” he told me. While the miniature water gardens are no longer as spectacular as they would have been in the late 400s, the low water levels and platforms in the pond have led archaeologists to believe that they were used for musical performances – an incredibly thoughtful design feature for that period.

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  9. “This is a very special place for Cambodians; it’s an important part of our history,” said Peng. “Every year, my family visit Mount Kulen as part of our Khmer New Year rituals. We bring food donations to leave at the temple and pour water from Kbal Spean on us to bring good luck.”

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  10. “The whole city was being slapped around by these huge weather variations,” said Penny. “The scale of the network and its interdependence meant the massive disturbance of droughts and people changing the system to cope followed by very wet years blew parts apart. This fragmented the whole network, making it unusable.”

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  11. It is believed that the Hani arrived in the Ailao mountains, close to Yunnan’s modern border with Vietnam, around the 3rd Century, having migrated south from the harsh, barren and unforgiving Qinghai-Tibetan plateau. They were so enamoured by what they found there – fertile land, mild climate, plentiful rainfall – they chose to put down roots.

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  12. “I do like gingkos,” says Hirons. “I think they’ve got a lot of character they become sort of more and more on unweildy and wild as they get older. They’re really resilient, and they also can deliver just fantastic yellow-gold autumn colour as well.” Of course, what he’d really like to see are baobabs – strange, bulbous trees that flourish in the Sahel region of Africa on the edge of the Sahara desert – “but then we really would be in the realm of serious climate change…” he says.

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  13. “Television over the last 30 years has created a connection between those highly manicured courses and quality and we’re definitely in a situation now in which it’s courses having to lead golfers to change their outlook,” he says. “There can be resistance – golfers don’t want to be associated with anything bad, like chemical use, for example, but they don’t want bumpy greens either.”

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  14. After World War Two, households started to acquire modern refrigerators and the caves’ function started to change. “Very few maintained their original function of preserving food and wine,” explained Alessandro Rezzonico who formerly arranged grotto-hopping boat tours around Lake Lugano. “In other cases, owners expanded their grottos by installing stone tables, benches and other kinds of seating in the forecourt area. They also began selling their stored produce to passers-by.”

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  15. When we met, she was apron-clad in the kitchen, where she cooked with no recipes and presented the type of feast she makes whenever visitors come: shredded hearts of palm with turmeric root, tender sauteed greens, tomato salad, beans, coconut rice, spiced chicken, a heaping bowl of fried plantains. And of course, chocolate. On this day the Chocolate Queen prepared it in 14 different styles, including chocolate with cardamom, a chocolate liqueur and a hot ceremonial beverage.

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  16. The Scandinavian nation is blessed with one of the most beautiful yet difficult stretches of coast in Europe. Seeming to wrap itself around the country like a protective shield from the freezing Arctic, Norway’s coastline appears to have shattered under the strain, riven as it is with islands and fjords cutting deep fissures inland. Along such a coast, it seems impossible that a road should exist here at all. In short, it seems like a miracle.

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  17. In an experiment intended, at least in part, to unpack whether favourite colours were a static component of someone’s identity, Schloss and her team asked volunteers in New England to track their colour likes and dislikes weekly during the course of the four seasons of year. Their opinions seemed directly influenced by nature, with likes or dislikes rising and falling in sync with nature’s palette. “As the colours of the environment were changing, their preferences were increasing,” she says. The greatest uptick came in autumn, when warm colours – think dark red and orange – earned heightened plaudits, before tumbling at the same time as the leaves.

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  18. Emmerson says people like the puzzle aspect of it, and the improvised exchanges with the actors: “It’s the reputation that murder mysteries have built up these days, as being a fun thing to go to.” But he also acknowledges that it is, in some ways, a surprising phenomenon. After all, real-life violent crime is every person’s worst nightmare. “If it was a real-life situation, and someone’s been murdered, that’s not a fun subject. You’re in this sort of [alternate] reality where we’re very casually solving the death of a human being.”

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  19. Even today, the playbook of the golden-age mystery remains surprisingly relevant. Sam Emmerson, for example, follows certain instinctive rules when creating an immersive show for his company. One of them is that the death can’t be explained by accident, as audiences find that unsatisfying – a classic golden-age guideline. Indeed, his modern-day audiences favour golden-age storylines above all others: “Our bestseller is Peril on the Palatine Express, which is my Agatha-Christie, Orient-Express-inspired, whodunnit. It goes out a lot.”

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  20. Yuanyang county, the home of the terraces, has a population of some 370,000 people, with almost 90% coming from tribal groups. Come bustling market days in villages such as Shengcun, the Hani are joined by their Miao, Yao, Dai, Zhuang and Yi neighbours to trade and attend to regional business, to eat and drink, to gossip and smoke their distinctive, elongated bamboo pipes, the women often decked out in colourful and embroidered tribal costumes

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  21. Salomon explained that the Indian Act of 1876 forcibly removed people to reserves and cultural practices were outlawed. People lost physical access to their fish traps and sea gardens. “Over thousands of years they’d developed complex food production systems requiring the understanding of ecology, oceanography and geomorphology,” she said. “When they lost agency over their land, they lost part of their identity.”

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  22. A special administrative region of China since 1997, hilly Hong Kong comprises three distinct areas: Hong Kong Island; the Kowloon Peninsula, just across the busy waters of Victoria Harbour; and the largely rural New Territories that mainly stretch between Kowloon and China proper.

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  23. Since then, other politicians have used the song whenever they have felt a need to raise morale in Hong Kong. Also in 2002, Zhu Rongji, then the premier of China, included Below the Lion Rock lyrics in a speech promising economic support for Hong Kong. In 2013, with political discontent increasingly bubbling locally, the government incorporated the tune into a “Hong Kong Our Home” community cohesion campaign.

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  24. The resolution was aided by what AIPI’s director Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark called “a fortunate congruence between domestic processes and international ones.” The compromise, she said, “was reached at several levels, and through multiple tools, during a process that lasted for more than three years,” [1918 – 1921] in which the Ålanders were active.

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  25. “After 12 hours, we saw it coming up in small pieces,” says Shank, adding that the loss of Nereus made them rethink how they explore the deep sea. About the size of a quad bike and weighing around 550 pounds (250kg), Orpheus is designed to be much lighter, smaller and cheaper than previous underwater vehicles. This should make it nimbler too, allowing it to get into trenches and vents in the sea floor that have never been explored before.

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  26. On space missions, communication is extremely limited, says Mirmalek. To prepare for outer space conditions, Mirmalek restricted the Subsea scientists to communicating with each other just once a day. “There were no failures – they met all their research goals,” she says.

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  27. But even as Villananda is concerned about the impact of climate change on the turtles’ habitat, “we noticed the increasing number of sea turtles crawling to the island, even in places intended for tourists before Covid”, she says. “The undisturbed ecosystem is one of the major factors for the increase in the number of crawls.” The number of crown-of-thorns starfish, which feed on coral, also dropped in the area she manages, adds Villananda.

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  28. In 2017, China cancelled $14m (£10m) in Gambian debt and invested $33m (£23.8m) to develop agriculture and fisheries, including Golden Lead and two other fish-processing plants along the 50-mile (80km) Gambian coast. The residents of Gunjur were told that Golden Lead would bring jobs, a fish market, and a newly paved, three-mile road through the heart of town.

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  29. The trouble is that most existing methods rely on historical data to make predictions. This method doesn’t scale very well for such systems and can’t cope with even the smallest changes. If a change does occur, they go back to square one and start working out a solution all over again. Such problems quickly become computationally intractable, even for a fairly small number of people and resources – whether that’s a meal or an MRI scanner.

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  30. Systems employing this approach have already been used to optimise system performance in areas including resource management, device payment optimisation and data centre cooling. “Such applications are just at the beginning and open up a whole new world of opportunities,” says Yoneki.

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  31. While cutting holes in the bottom of a ship might not seem like the smartest move, tests by Trarieux have shown the huge displacement that oil tankers generate would help to ensure they remain buoyant. Depending on the hull size, the team believe a tanker could have a capacity to produce between 10 and 30 megawatts of electricity. A very large tanker could have up to 35 moon pools, each 20m in diameter, they say.

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  32. Working with Maria Stephan, a researcher at the ICNC, Chenoweth performed an extensive review of the literature on civil resistance and social movements from 1900 to 2006 – a data set then corroborated with other experts in the field. They primarily considered attempts to bring about regime change. A movement was considered a success if it fully achieved its goals both within a year of its peak engagement and as a direct result of its activities. A regime change resulting from foreign military intervention would not be considered a success, for instance. A campaign was considered violent, meanwhile, if it involved bombings, kidnappings, the destruction of infrastructure – or any other physical harm to people or property.

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  33. “There are more options for engaging and nonviolent resistance that don’t place people in as much physical danger, particularly as the numbers grow, compared to armed activity,” Chenoweth says. “And the techniques of nonviolent resistance are often more visible, so that it’s easier for people to find out how to participate directly, and how to coordinate their activities for maximum disruption.”

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  34. Of Melanesian descent, Torres Strait Islander people have a long history of trading with the people of Papua New Guinea and the Aboriginal communities of Cape York. But they have cultural and linguistic traditions of their own, which vary between each island group and the 18 indigenous communities within them. While most non-indigenous Australians are familiar with key elements of mainland Aboriginal culture and history, few will have heard of Tagai, a key creator deity represented by a constellation of stars in the southern sky that forms the cornerstone of Torres Strait Islanders’ spiritual beliefs. Or that, unlike the Aboriginal concept of Dreaming or Dreamtime, Torres Strait Islander culture distinguishes between four main time periods.

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  35. At night, rows of bright lights on the bagans illuminate the water below to attract fish, shrimp and plankton to the fishing nets. However, it was now 06:30 and the lights were dimmed and the nets raised. We approached one of the biggest bagans. As we docked by its side, Indra spoke with the operator, asking permission for us to dive beneath it. A Bugis fisherman named Aching immediately welcomed us on board.

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  36. The momentousness of being surrounded by three of the planet’s largest yet most docile fish was difficult to comprehend. After three hours, with camera memory cards full and batteries exhausted, we were immensely grateful to the Bugis for sharing the opportunity to sit at the dining table of the biggest fish in the sea.

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  37. In it, Bond analyses a number of plausible hypotheses about the origin of the trail, concluding that the network of paths was likely created and used by various indigenous groups over the centuries, but that its defining characteristic was a desire to connect the Atlantic and the Pacific. “It doesn’t matter how many and of which people built it, but that it was a road that in a certain moment was seen by the indigenous as a specific, homogenous path that represented on Earth the movement of the Sun in the sky,” she wrote.

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  38. Each of the three flavours is then placed into its own specific wooden mould called a qalab, or formed by hand using a spiked tong called a malqat. The date maamoul traditionally has a circular shape with a flat top; the pistachio version is more like a pointy ellipse; while the walnut-flavoured biscuit is a smaller circle with a domed top.

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  39. Nevertheless, Helou, who grew up in Lebanon, flavours her dough with orange blossom and rose waters (instead of mastic), and only puts mahlab in ka’ak, showing how the recipes can vary by baker and regions. “[Mahlab] has a very strong taste. If you use it in the dough for maamoul, it interferes with the flavour of the cinnamon, fragrant waters and the walnut stuffing,” she said.

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  40. The urge to rediscover traditional recipes might be even stronger among Ashkenazi Jews than other cultures because of the Holocaust, said Yoskowitz. The loss of their culinary homeland and the murder of so many families, he said, created a tenuous connection to the places where Ashkenazi families lived for centuries and – in some ways – froze Ashkenazi cuisine in time.

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  41. Though many of his ingredients may be unrecognisable, his food is comforting and approachable. Whether you call his style New Nordic, New Icelandic or even Modern Icelandic Comfort, the most accurate descriptor isn’t an official culinary classification: transformative.

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  42. When she was pregnant and visiting her parents on the island, Robinson’s mother unexpectedly went into labour while making dinner at the wood-burning stove. A midwife came to help, ushering baby Sallie Ann into the world. After the birth, mother and daughter were stuck on Daufuskie until they could safely travel. Drawn in by the coastal beauty and comforted by the presence of family, Robinson’s mother decided to stay in their Gullah cottage – small homes constructed by the first freed slaves able to own land.

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  43. As science has shown these tactics to be less than ideal, other forms of punishment have come to the fore – such as “time out” (withdrawing attention from a child for a certain amount of time) or “taking away a privilege” (such as not letting the child watch their favourite TV programme).

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  44. Eurovision has always thrived on surprises, but this year’s contest threw up an almighty curveball. After becoming the first band to win in 15 years, Italian four-piece Måneskin snowballed into a global sensation, even cracking the Billboard Hot 100 with a funky cover of the Four Seasons’ Beggin’. Still, it’s this strutting original song that proves their Eurovision banger Zitti E Buoni was no fluke. “I wanna be your slave, I wanna be your master,” sings swaggering frontman Damiano David over jagged guitar riffs. It’s a song that makes pogoing in a sweaty moshpit seem far sexier than it actually is. (NL)

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  45. By the time she broke through in the mid-1970s, Summer was already an experienced performer. Born and raised in Boston, the daughter of a butcher and a teacher, she cut her teeth in school musicals before moving to New York City in 1967 to join a blues band called Crow. The following year, she relocated to Munich after landing a role in the city’s production of zeitgeist-grabbing rock musical Hair. Six years later, while working as a backing singer in the same city, she met songwriter-producers Bellotte and Giorgio Moroder and began an incredibly prolific seven-year collaboration that yielded most of her biggest hits.

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  46. The clog has long ranked among the world’s most divisive footwear. Beau Brummell, the original dandy and arbiter of men’s fashion in Regency England, is said to have had “a perfect abhorrence” of the protruding and protective wooden-soled shoe, according to his biographer, while 1970s Swedish pop sensations ABBA were such fervent fans that they started their own clog line.

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  47. Just as Birkenstock and Crocs have embarked on many high-fashion collaborations of late, with designers like Valentino Garavarni and Jil Sander (Birkenstock), and Balenciaga’s Demna Gvasalia (Crocs), Scholl recently partnered with Kate Spade, and has just released a bold new clog collection, titled Scholl Iconic, reimaging their Pescura clogs and sandals for a 21st-Century audience. This includes tartan and faux fur in abundance, and a focus on sustainability – another defining element of the wooden-soled shoe’s contemporary appeal, according to Klaiber. The collection’s tagline is “haute comfort” which, the CEO says, points to the fact that “fashion and comfort don’t have to exclude each other”.

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  48. Here, the Queen is seen in a sunny yellow polkadot dress by Hardy Amies, and matching turban by Frederick Fox, during a state visit to Mexico in 1975. Traditionally representative of renewal and hope, yellow also symbolises maize, a vital life source, in Mayan culture. The bold choice of colour and pattern demonstrates the Queen’s own take on the 1970s trend for striking self-expression, which manifested itself in her eye-catching day and evening wear throughout the decade. Meanwhile, whimsical headwear was becoming a key royal staple. “The Queen reached a moment in middle-age when she hit her stride with her role,” notes Holmes. “She recognised the need to keep her presence interesting, and interesting hats make for fantastic photographs, particularly in close-ups.”

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  49. “Aemo, as the national power system operator, will continue to monitor the situation and provide further updates should conditions change,” it added. On Thursday, Australia’s biggest electricity producer AGL Energy said it expected to be able to supply more power to businesses and consumers in the coming days.

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  51. “I have been working very hard for the last two years to join the army. But suddenly the Agnipath scheme was announced,” says 20-year-old Debojit Bora in the north-eastern state of Assam. “Now we will get a chance to work for only four years. So, even if I get selected, I will be retired from the job. What will I do after that?”

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  52. To get better data, the team developed a two-way strategy. First, they managed to get data from a series of European satellites collecting weather information about Europe and Africa since the 1980s. These satellites measure the temperature of clouds and use this as a proxy for rainfall: if the temperature of a particular cloud clump drops below −38C (-36F), it is likely raining on the ground directly under it. With this data, the team mapped the history of rains in Africa.

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  53. However, you would not see major shortages in supermarkets or clothing stores in a world without planes, says Fernando. “[Bulk goods] are transported using a very different supply chain network, shipping across oceans, and then road or rail or barges and inland waterways. So overall, I think there would be a smaller impact on freight.”

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  54. Without planes, long-distance coaches would also become seen as a viable way to travel long distances, especially with a focus on comfort. Fernando notes that buses have one of the two unique factors aviation has: the flexibility of not requiring new en route infrastructure. “You’re likely going to be using roads that are already there. So they are a low-investment option for longer distance travel.”

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  55. Then there is the question of how the balance of politician versus party should be weighted. A candidate may lean toward right-wing economic principles, for instance, but these aren’t likely to be exercised in parliament if their party as a whole leans to the left. Can algorithms capture the complex world of politics – which is often defined by compromise and pragmatism?

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  56. The tricky work of deciding what constitutes fake news still rests with independent human fact checkers, but the scale of social networks means they are often overwhelmed. As a result, candidates hoping to break through to voters in the 21st century may find that as well as overcoming the usual hurdles, they will have to convince the algorithms that curate our newsfeeds that their campaigns are genuine.

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  57. Romain and Sandra are ticketed passengers who have valid passports and valid visas. They would pass through most security systems unquestioned, but LineSight’s algorithm picks up something fishy about Romain’s travel patterns – she’s visited the country several times over the past few years with a number of children who had different last names, something predictive analytics associates with human trafficking.

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  59. Machynlleth has transformed in the decades since CAT’s opening, turning from ancient market town into a haven for eco awareness. This is partly through the centre’s creation of green businesses, which comprise a significant part of the local economy, but also through various other eco initiatives in the area

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  60. This intentional design can be traced back to the post-war period. While other German cities were focusing on rebuilding modern cities that put cars at the centre of future transport, planners in Freiburg took a different approach, centring their designs around public transport, thus widening the streets to accommodate trams and bike lanes, including large pedestrian zones. And at a time when much of Germany was building wide highways and sprawling car parks, Freiburg launched its first urban transport policy in 1969 focusing on environmentally-friendly modes of travel.

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  62. The goal is to make the area a green and dynamic part of the inner city. Local residents have been busy designing new activities and projects here, including a “rain” playground for children built to accommodate the region’s frequent downpours. “This is a new approach to urban development, with people allowed to gradually take over the area and make it their own,” Lehmann said.

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  63. With more than 1,500 restaurants across the country, McDonald’s claim it’s hard to customise solutions and are arguing for a uniform framework as opposed to rules differing across cities. “We agree that the best packaging is the one that is not produced in the first place. But local special paths of individual cities or communities stand in the way of a nationally successful and implementable concept,” said a spokesperson, as the company is implementing targeted trials of their own reusables system.

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  64. Thousands of the specimens preserved by the Challenger still exist, a large bulk of them in London’s Natural History Museum, but others are secreted in the archives of institutions across the globe. There is a new impetus for investigating them, says Mills that could provide new and vital information to scientists today.

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  65. But while these regions might seem like the deserts of the sea – certainly compared with the lively corals of shallow tropical waters – they are major reservoirs of biodiversity, and play a vital role in the carbon cycle via natural sequestration. “Many of the animals we see are new to science… and some organisms have pharmaceutically active compounds,” says Jones. Long-term, there’s also potential for interaction with fisheries higher up the water column. “There are functions performed by these communities that might not become valuable for centuries in some cases.”

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  66. This little-known mountain range is at the centre of three nations seeking sovereignty over the seabed around the North Pole. According to Denmark, the mountain range is an extension of its autonomous territory of Greenland. According to Russia, it is an extension of the Siberian archipelago Franz Josef Land. And according to Canada, it is an extension of Ellesmere Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut.

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  67. In fact, when there are international tensions around borders, the UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf won’t weigh in. “One thing the commission says is ‘avoid politics’. Any disputed sovereignty over land and they’re not even touching it,” says Philip Steinberg, a professor of geography at Durham University and director of the International Boundaries Research Unit.

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  68. Another option, often used in addition to GNSS for the most accurate readings, is Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). “GPR uses radar pulses to image below the surface, so it can tell us the thickness and internal structure of snow and ice overlying the rocks on Everest’s summit,” says Elmore. “There’s something like 4m (13ft) of snow and ice on the top of Mount Everest, but that can change depending on the climate.”

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  69. Zebras, together with horses and asses, are members of the Equus genus. The three living species of zebras that roam eastern and southern Africa with their coat of dark hair broken by stripes of white, unpigmented hair, are the only striped equids. Striping patterns and intensity vary across species as well as location. These striping differences, coupled with the challenges that zebras face in their environment, have guided our understanding of how the stripes might work. While scientists still debate the exact origins and functions of zebra stripes, their recent efforts have focused more closely on three possibilities; protection from biting flies, thermoregulation and protection from predators.

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  70. It is this unique blend of myth and history that also make stone circles such resonant settings for artists, writers, photographers, filmmakers and musicians. From the stark lines of Stonehenge to the lumpen sprawl of nearby Avebury, via the many circles scattered up and down Britain and Ireland, from Cornwall to Cork to Orkney to Shropshire, what these places symbolise goes far beyond a mere memento of the past. Many of these smaller monuments come with their own complex stories

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  71. We are surrounded every day by history. From our trees to our cities, our language to our very atoms, we live in a present tense formed from the building blocks of the past. Perhaps a stone circle satisfies our hunger for a deeper connection with what has gone before. “They all possess that liminality,” Matthew Shaw tells me. “They were pre-enclosures act, pre-political systems, pre-identification of county lines… Even the sites that have [now] been encroached upon by development still possess this otherness. They’re always on the outside.” He thinks there’s a benefit to that, especially in the face of current political and social turbulence. “You can go there, and you can commune with something that’s way older, and survived.”

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  72. The tension between, on the one hand, the muscularity of destructive force (let alone violence of vision) necessary to crush the horde of commemorative keepsakes, and on the other the levitating lyricism of the debris’ dazzling display, casting shifting shadowscapes on the floor, is what stops you in your tracks. That fortuitous friction between weighty disfigurement of “ruined objects” and the weightless ballet of shadows, serendipitously cast, is something Parker would endeavour to control more concertedly in subsequent works. “I like shadows and things that are shiny, the opposite of shadows,” she tells BBC Culture. “I’ve always liked nocturnes. The first time I really used lights was my exploded shed. I wanted to make a work with a light source. It’s linked to explosion – the flash – so that’s where the light first appeared.”

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  73. The curiously eclectic piece, which occupies a gallery of its own, is comprised of a greenhouse whose windows have been smudged with strokes of chalk from the White Cliffs of Dover (a recurring material in her work). Strobing in time to the rhythm of one’s lungs, a light inside the greenhouse gives intermittent glimpses of the structure’s floor, made from discarded tiles designed

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  74. While many goddesses were thought to lend their support to women in conceiving and delivering children, there were also individuals credited with the power to do the opposite. Female figures of power could in fact be a source of anxiety to women in the very sphere in which their assistance was needed most. Among the Sumerians, Lamashtu, a goddess with the head of a lion and the jaw of a donkey, was believed to creep into the houses of women while they were in labour to steal their babies. In Mexico, Cihuateteo (“divine women”), the spirits of would-be mothers who had died in labour, were rumoured to return on five days in the Aztec year to snatch newborns from their cradles. And Lilith was described as the first wife of Adam, and as a bringer of infant death and sterility. A haunting sculpture of her by contemporary artist Kiki Smith is mounted high on one wall of the exhibition. Her fierce blue eyes are liable to catch you off guard.

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  75. While other airship manufacturers and promoters have distanced themselves from the history of the airship, it is clear from the blueprints of the Akron used on the LTA website homepage that the airship start-up embraces its past. One of Weston’s first stops as CEO was the last place airships were manufactured in the USA, and he spent a week in the archive of the University of Akron.

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  76. But help is on the way. Engine manufacturers are studying – and succeeding – at making their products more efficient. A more efficient engine means less fuel burn, and less fuel burn lowers airline costs and (ideally), fares. Agnes Jocher, a professor of sustainable future mobility at the Technical University of Munich, says improvements in so-called ‘bypass ratios’ are key to lowering fuel use.

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  77. When the Lockheed team stored hundreds of gallons of liquid hydrogen at the Skunk Works a visiting scientist warned them “My God … you’re going to blow up Burbank.” Later, they were reminded of this prophecy when a fire broke out and nearly caused a massive explosion that could have demolished the top-secret facility, the neighbouring airport and Burbank itself.

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  78. There are many other designs for future hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft. “It is a question of where you can site these hydrogen tanks in an aircraft for the minimum penalty,” says David Debney, a chief engineer at FlyZero. “We looked at wacky ideas, for example, where you could put a giant hydrogen tank between the wings and have two cabins, one at the back, one at the front, but they’d be separate. And you couldn’t get from one to the other. That’s not allowed under the regulations.

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  79. Dear Participant, Greetings from our side, Hope you are doing great and reflecting upon your learning during the live conference. Thank you for attending the consultative workshop on N-cycle Ecology, Ecogenomics, and Niche Differentiation. It is part of a series of five consultative workshops, held under the Organizers: Jessica Kozlowski (Univ. Alberta) and Hanna Koch (Univ. Vienna).

  80. Still it appears I’m not the only one wondering about the ingredients in my own milk. Stephanie Canale, previously a family medical doctor, is the founder of Lactation Lab in California, a private company that analyses breast milk for nutritional content as well as environmental toxics. Mothers send in frozen samples of their breast milk to check the levels of various ingredients including minerals and vitamins. The idea is that they can then adapt their diet accordingly.

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  81. “You can have all sorts of imaginary stories in your head about a lion, but until somebody takes you to Africa, you’ll never meet one in the wild,” he says. “But a dog or a cat is there and can teach you about what it’s actually like to be an animal, that animals are not human, they have very special lives that belong to them and not to us.”

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  82. According to some experts, there are other, more effective ways to encourage good behaviour than any punishment at all (more on that later). But even if parents are told this – and believe it – it doesn’t always change their response. Punishment isn’t always about changing a child’s behaviour, but stems from a parent’s desire to express disapproval, satisfy their sense of justice, or even just vent their feelings.

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  83. “Although we have, to a large extent, moved on from hitting – thank goodness – we’ve in many cases replaced it with other things that hurt the child psychologically, affect that parent-child relationship, erode trust and contribute to the child feeling completely powerless and helpless,” says Joan Durrant, child-clinical psychologist and professor of community health sciences at Canada’s University of Manitoba, as well as the creator of the programme

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  84. This may be why the research shakes out the way it does, says Larzelere. “Those programmes emphasise different aspects of positive parenting. So the better, more skilled way that parents can use those kind of skills the better for the child,” he says. “But the evidence isn’t against time out.”

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  85. At the show’s conclusion, viewers are invited to sit at a nearby desk and write, by hand, their own letters to the future. Those who write a letter receive a small vial containing the scent Rosberg created for Monument. So many people have contributed their thoughts, Rosberg has been asked to provide more scent as the show continues.

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  86. Indeed, one of the things that popularised Surrealism internationally was Dalí’s involvement in advertising and with Hollywood. He devised a dream sequence for Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound (1945) and briefly worked at Walt Disney Studios. “You can’t downplay the significance of Dalí’s celebrity moment because that’s what fixed it in people’s minds,” says Gale. Lobster Telephone was made for Edward James, the London collector, for his house in Wimpole Street. “As far as I am aware James actually used these phones,” Gale explained. “I’m not sure what one does with the claws…”

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  87. The US poet, musician and artist Ted Joans epitomises the uniquely international character of Surrealism. “Joans was incredibly energetic and constantly on the move in his lifetime,” Gale explains. Joans’s Long Distance exemplifies his life’s work. It is a 10m-long game of consequences – the children’s game where one player draws part of a scene and covers it for the next player to add to, and pass along for the next turn. “But this is on a mammoth scale and made over a couple of decades.

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  88. same year that she opened a solo show at Guggenheim’s Art of the Century gallery, her husband Max, moved the family from Brooklyn to Plainfield, New Jersey, in order to be nearer to his costume jewellery enterprise. Unable to drive, Sobel quickly found herself cut off from the ebb and flow of the art scene in which she had only just become an important player.

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  89. Britain, it was illegal to own a television without paying an annual licence. Feeling that the fee was too high for poorer people, Bunton protested by refusing to pay his own licence fee, and, as a result, he had three short spells in prison in 1960. “I loved the fact that Kempton had dreams beyond his station,” says Nicky Bentham, the producer of The Duke. “And he held on to those ideals, this sense of community, and this idea that one person could make a difference. I thought it was wonderfully uplifting and inspiring that he finally got a platform to share what he wanted to say with the world.”

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  90. “[The] point is, muri has been a staple in Bengal from time immemorial, often acting as a [preserved] substitute for rice [during lean periods],”explained food writer and historian, Pritha Sen. Hamilton agreed: “Rice in Bangladesh is used for absolutely everything – desserts, breakfast, lunch and dinner. I imagine one day someone wondered what else we could use it for.”

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  91. There’s a social etiquette with unspoken rules about enjoying your Pinoy BBQ street-side. Large vats of spiced vinegar sit alongside the grill where diners can dunk their fare. Double dipping is not allowed for the tightly skewered pork BBQ, but larger chunks such as Betamax can be moved apart and re-submerged, as long as it has never touched your lips.

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  92. The most memorable part of the experience was the farmer himself. Al-Raithi was a vibrant, compelling character who loved to talk, especially about anything related to coffee. “We treat the coffee trees like humans,” he said, describing the care his community has been lavishing on the crop for more than 300 years. All parts of the coffee cherry are used, and nothing is thrown away. Beans are carefully harvested and then dried for 21 days. Peels are soaked in water for daily drinking and are considered a pain remedy.

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  93. The best reward for a few hours spent working hard as an underwater farmer is none other than a creamy seaweed shake – paired with good conversation and a view of the ocean. Placencia may be diligently striving to build a new industry based on a heritage ingredient, but the act of enjoying the iconic creamy beverage is still a slow, social affair. With the sound of waves lapping, yellow warblers chirping and blenders buzzing, you’ll likely develop a newfound appreciation for the forward-thinking Belizean peninsula that still operates on “island time”.

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  94. Most evenings at 21:45, as the sun sinks behind Lake Geneva, he climbs the 153 stone steps to his workplace, a box-sized chamber that takes on a dusky-pink glow on a late spring evening. Oak wood beams flank the space, and the Swiss city of Lausanne is visible through enormous arched windows. Witches’ hat spires, gabled houses and sumptuous mansions flood in. The glimmering lakefront magics away any Covid-19 gloom. Always, there is much to take in.

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  95. Golden Lead and the other factories were rapidly built to meet an exploding global demand for fishmeal – a lucrative golden powder made by pulverising and cooking fish. Exported to the United States, Europe, and Asia, fishmeal is used as a protein-rich supplement in the booming industry of fish farming, or aquaculture. West Africa is among the world’s fastest-growing producers of fishmeal: more than 50 processing plants operate along the shores of Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea Bissau, and The Gambia. The volume of fish they consume is enormous: one plant in The Gambia alone takes in more than 7,500 tons of fish a year, mostly of a local type of shad known as bonga – a silvery fish about 10in (25cm) long.

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  96. Under the best circumstances, estimating the health of a nation’s fish stock is a murky science. Marine researchers like to say that counting fish is like counting trees, except they’re mostly invisible – below the surface – and constantly moving. Ad Corten, a Dutch fishing biologist, told me that the task is even tougher in a place like West Africa, where countries lack the funding to properly analyse their stocks. The only reliable assessments of fish stocks in the area have focused on Mauritania, Corten said, and they show a sharp decline driven by the fishmeal industry. “The Gambia is the worst of them all,” he said, noting that the fisheries ministry barely tracks how many fish are caught by licensed ships, much less the unlicensed ones.

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  97. When I asked Jarju why he was willing to reveal the ship’s violation, he said, “Follow me.” He led me up two levels to the roof of the wheel room, where the captain works. He showed me a large nest of crumpled newspapers, clothing and blankets, where, he said, several crew members had been sleeping for the past several weeks, ever since the captain hired more workers than the ship could accommodate. “They treat us like dogs,” Jarju said.

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  98. Sweating profusely, several men shovel shiny heaps of bonga into a steel funnel. A conveyor belt carries the fish into a vat, where a giant churning screw grinds it into a gooey paste, and then into a long cylindrical oven, where oil is extracted from the goo. The remaining substance is pulverised into a fine powder and dumped onto the floor in the middle of the warehouse, where it accumulates into a 10ft-tall golden mound.

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  101. Similarly, the ITV series Children of the Stones (1977), which is often described as one of the scariest children’s TV shows ever produced, treats time as a circle rather than a straight line. Filmed in Avebury, it follows the misadventures of an astrophysicist and his son who move to the village of Milbury.

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  102. It is striking how many of these goddesses have been worshipped for seemingly contradictory qualities. Just as Sulis was credited with powers of healing as well as powers of exacting revenge, so Inanna of ancient Mesopotamia was viewed as a goddess of both sex and war. An early hymn describes her as a dread deity who brings death to men on the battlefield and mourning to the households they leave behind. In other writings, she is celebrated for the sexual potency she inspires in mortals she favours. Sumerian kings did their best to combine the best of both worlds by envisaging themselves as sleeping with Inanna in order to attain her protection in war. This was, perhaps in part, a way of tempering their fears of her authority.

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  103. Looking at it today, it seems faintly preposterous – a fairy-tale image, the backdrop something that could practically have come out of an early hand-painted Disney film. But it’s also the perfect set-up for the monarch’s lifetime of being photographed and painted – its very unreality both elevating and protecting her.

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  104. I am sure artists will continue to depict the Royals, but I suspect interpretations of them will be more about making comment on the monarchy or modern society – either affectionate or subversive or critical. They are less likely to become a globally recognised, singular, codified visual icon. It will surely be the Queen’s image that continues to reign over us.

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  105. sit alongside blue, merely to ensure that there were as many colours as there are the planets in the heavens and notes on the musical scale, is often raised as proof that he shaped what his eyes actually saw to fit an airy ideal. The century between his eventual publication of Opticks: A Treatise of the Reflexions, Refractions, Inflections and Colours of Light – in which Newton formally presents his ideas – and Gartside’s and Goethe’s volumes on colour theory in the first decade of the 18th Century, would witness a flurry of publications by writers and artists keen to reconcile Newton’s clinical notions of colour with the practicalities of actually mixing pigments on a palette.

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  106. As the last battalion of soldiers marched out of Suvorov Square, 25th October St (Tiraspol’s main boulevard) morphed into what can perhaps best be described as a multi-ethnic sideshow alley. Between browsing street stalls peddling nationalist trinkets and artisanal bread decorated with Communist symbols, I paused to watch a gaggle of grannies with Pavlovsky shawls knotted under their chins jig to Russian folk music blaring from portable speakers. Nearby, children queued to have their photo taken brandishing a vintage shashka, a sabre sword used by the Cossacks, and small groups of students milled about wearing colourfully embroidered traditional regional dress.

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  107. After all, anyone who arrives by car from the rest of the US must pass through two international border stations: one to enter Canada, and a second to re-enter the United States at Point Roberts. And Canada has especially strict regulations prohibiting entry to people with criminal histories, providing additional safeguards.

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  108. It was an unsparing existence: toiling during exhausting 12-18 hour shifts, inhaling dense dust and smoke. Loose rocks as large as cars would often plummet from exposed walls, while the tunnel blasting made it seem as though Ben Cruachan was shaking above them. The gelignite had a smell that resulted in splitting headaches and burning eyes. “It was scary stuff,” another labourer said at the time. It was like they were waging war against the mountain.

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  109. This sense of inclusivity has persisted, particularly in Denmark. Today, play in cities like Copenhagen is not restricted to specific areas or to children. The capital has put people first with its focus on cycling and walking – much of it courtesy of urban designer Jan Gehl. Play is integrated into the urban environment, with basketball courts in streets and slides built into hillsides.

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  110. The roots of the tiny house movement can be traced to 19th-Century US naturalist and essayist Henry David Thoreau, whose book Walden (1854) is an inspiring meditation on simple living in natural surroundings. Jay Shafer, the “godfather of tiny houses”, spearheaded the modern movement when he built a tiny house on wheels and wrote The Small House Book in 1999. Shafer founded the Tumbleweed Tiny House company, before leaving to focus on social justice and housing rights.

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  111. And the pandemic has had a marked effect on the market, he says. “We have seen an explosion in demand [for tiny houses] from people who want to reconnect to nature after being trapped in cities.” They want the personal and physical, he says, to feel liberated after the confinement of an impersonal, online existence. “This way of living can be so intimate and cosy, comfortable and warm.” However, adds Latimer: “Tiny homes are definitely not for everybody. They can demand sacrifices and lifestyle changes to make them work. But most of my clients have done a lot of research before they commit.”

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  112. Skateboarding appeals to a wide age range, and while some cities discourage it, in Malmö it’s embraced. The Swedish city has a full-time skateboarding officer and myriad skate-friendly spots. The British seaside town of Folkestone is also making its mark. F51, an indoor, multi-storey skate park, is set to open there this spring. “Play doesn’t just stop when you get older,” says Guy Hollaway, F51’s architect. “If anything, you should make sure you can incorporate play even more.”

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  113. Prior to World War One, Bolzano (or Bozen as it’s known in German – both names are official) was the largest city in South Tyrol, a mountainous province within the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Both city and province were overwhelmingly German speaking, but at the 1919 Peace Conference they were awarded to Italy on security grounds. South Tyrol would provide Italy with a natural northern border along the ridgeline of Alps, and grant it control of the strategic Brenner Pass.

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  114. “This was an opportunity for the city to have an honest conversation about its history,” says Obermair. “The disputes are less about the past than about the present. So what kind of society are we now? Are we a society riven by past ideologies or are we a democratic and pluralistic society that believes in the values of participation, tolerance and respect for humanity?”

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  115. In the world of home design, a revolution is taking place – and its future is tiny. The buzz around the tiny house trend – an architectural and social movement that advocates for downsizing living spaces – is increasing. Witness the nearly 2.5 million Instagram posts with a “tinyhouse” hashtag; a massive internet following and burgeoning number of documentaries and TV series, such as the Netflix show Tiny House Nation, and a series on the subject by UK architect and TV presenter George Clarke.

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  116. And the pandemic has had a marked effect on the market, he says. “We have seen an explosion in demand [for tiny houses] from people who want to reconnect to nature after being trapped in cities.” They want the personal and physical, he says, to feel liberated after the confinement of an impersonal, online existence. “This way of living can be so intimate and cosy, comfortable and warm.” However, adds Latimer: “Tiny homes are definitely not for everybody. They can demand sacrifices and lifestyle changes to make them work. But most of my clients have done a lot of research before they commit.”

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