By Shifali Satsangee For decades now, ‘Waste Management’ has been confined to the precincts of reducing/reusing/recycling physical waste. With the advent of innovative financial and accounting practices like environment management accounting and activity-based cost management techniques, it is only fair that one questions themselves while wasting a precious and finite resource – Money. The convergence of finance with waste management may seem preposterous and improbable, but lately the concept of ‘Prudent Money Management’ is generating palpable interest among industry savants- conventional and modern alike. Prudent money management leads to ‘Smart Consumption’ which is one of the ways to manage waste and leads to ‘Sustainable Living’. Therefore, there is a positive and direct correlation between managing money well and sustainability of our resources. Fiscal prudence is a concentrated step towards tapering the quantum of money … [Read more...] about Can waste management principles help you to manage money better?
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Asked on Fridaywhether climate change was linked to the Philippines disaster, Cameron said: "I'll leave the scientists to speak for themselves about the link between severe weather events and climate change. But the evidence seems to me to be growing. As a practical politician, I think the sensible thing is to say let's take preventative and mitigating steps given the chances this might be the case." … [Read more...] about Cameron links typhoon Haiyan to climate change
Every day I feel like I read a new article about a couple who has ditched their high-paying jobs and uprooted their family to sail the globe on a yacht. And they document it all on Instagram in hazy photographs where they’re dressed in chic nautical outfits and their hair has that effortless beachy look. My hairdresser is always crapping on about that “beachy look”. It’s perhaps the most unachievable of hairstyles – you drop 50 bucks on sea salt spray and blow-dry your hair to buggery and you just end up looking like you drowned at the beach and washed up on the rocks at low tide. People who look good after going to the beach shouldn’t be trusted. … [Read more...] about James Weir: Meghan and Harry’s attempt to pull a Hemsworth-style sea-change is what we all dream of
Include documentation. It's important for the pilot project to "make sense for the organization and team members, in order to make sure this scales moving forward," Brayley-Berger says. "We're taking some of these lessons learned -- things like quality and security constraints, and how to actually navigate those. We want to make sure we're documenting this stuff and be very factual as well." … [Read more...] about A serverless journey begins with several first steps, actually
While the New York Democrat had become a nationally recognized figure for his fierce defense of President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonTrump lawyers attack House impeachment as 'brazen and unlawful' effort to overturn 2016 results Trump chooses high-profile but controversial legal team The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump beefs up impeachment defense with Dershowitz, Starr MORE during the 1998 impeachment by the then GOP-controlled House, Nadler has since had the opportunity to flip roles and lead the charge for the impeachment of Trump since taking hold of the gavel. … [Read more...] about Meet Pelosi’s 7 impeachment managers
"After 19 years of growing this company, I wanted to say thank you to all our patrons and artists that have been a part of the Dragon family over the years. I am so proud of the work that has happened at Dragon, and I love that this has been a place where artists can explore challenging work and designers can flex their creative muscles on our intimate stage," Hagedorn's outgoing message read. "I'm thrilled to officially pass the torch to Max and Alika, and I know that Dragon will be in terrific hands with them, along with Kim and the rest of the Dragon team. … [Read more...] about Dragon Theatre Evolving With Management Changes