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Equator Principles
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Responsible Finance: 2017 Equator principles
The objective of this EP Implementation Report is to share information with our stakeholders regarding how Societe Generale has applied the EP in 2017.
Westpac Equator Principles
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Are the Equator Principles making the IFC redundant?
With more commercial banks adopting the Equator Principles, is the IFC involvement still necessary to ensure high standards?
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Equator Principles VF
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The Equator Principles - Taller de responsabilidad empresarial
Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (IESA) MBA Tiempo Completo Trimestre 2015-2 Integrantes: Caeiro, Jesús Cuevas, Lorenitce Lacedre, Gianfranco Peña, Neyra Pino, Jessy Valente, Rafael
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Equator Principles Cover - Cry Me A River (Justin Timberlake)
Unwined Bar, Friday 13 May 2016 Lane Cove, Sydney Equator Principles is a four piece band playing acoustic, electric covers and originals in Sydney, Australia. Check out our Facebook page and see where we'll be playing next! https://www.facebook.com/equatorprinciplesband
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Cathay FHC Corporate Sustainability Practice─Equator Principles
As the leading financial institution in the field of renewable energy in Taiwan, CUB has invested considerable resources over the years into the development and research on green energy themes such as solar power and wind power. CUB adopted the Equator Principles in 2015 to examine its project financing processes with even higher standards, and became the first Equator Principles Financial Institution in Taiwan.
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Equator principles II
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Equator Principles in South America Pt. 2
A presentation regarding the adoption of the Equator Principles by South American banks done by Colum and Tom, part of the Green Bankers at LMU, Los Angeles, MBA Program.
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Equator Principles Band 7 Nov So Beautfiul
First Gig as Equator Principles - doing So Beautiful at Unwined Bar 7 Nov.
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Equator Principles in South America Pt. 1
A presentation regarding the adoption of the Equator Principles by South American banks done by Colum and Tom, part of the Green Bankers at LMU, Los Angeles, MBA Program.
Views: 896 djromeoa
What are IFC Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability.wmv
Michael Torrance discusses the IFC Performance Standards and their role in international finance and the Equator Principles.
Equator Principles Band - Ray, Shannon, Kev at the Unwined Bar
First gig as Equator Principles!
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Equator Principles Cover - Just The Two of Us (Bill Withers)
Unwined Bar, Friday 13 May 2016 Lane Cove, Sydney Equator Principles is a four piece band playing acoustic, electric covers and originals in Sydney, Australia. Check out our Facebook page and see where we'll be playing next! https://www.facebook.com/equatorprinciplesband
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Equator Prize 2012
A global environmental initiative that rewards communities around the world for their small-scale conservation and biodiversity solutions today launched a call for nominations for the Equator Prize 2012 to be submitted online at www.equatorinitiative.org. The Equator Initiative, a United Nations partnership, will award its biennial prize for local innovation in building resilient communities at next year's UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). Nominations are open from 146 countries through October 31, 2011. "We expect some truly inspiring examples of development solutions that work for people and the environment," said Veerle Vandeweerd, Director of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) Environment and Energy Group. "Water and energy access, food security, and adaptation to climate change are the development challenges of our time," he said, noting that new thematic prizes in these areas will reflect the 2012 emphasis on "resilient communities for sustainable development". Past award recipients have been members of grassroots organizations taking action to improve local wellbeing and livelihoods while protecting the environment through, for example, community-based forest management, small-scale fishing, wildlife protection, seed banks, sustainable energy and water access. The Equator Prize -- which has been endorsed by former heads of state and Oscar Arias, philanthropist Ted Turner, a host of Nobel laureates, and celebrities like Gisele Bündchen and Edward Norton -- will celebrate its 10-year anniversary next year. All 25 recipients of next year's prize will receive US$5,000, with 10 selected for "special recognition" and a total of US $20,000 each. Representatives of winning communities will participate at a community meeting in conjunction with the Rio+20 event where they will be celebrated on an international stage, connected with policymakers and recognized as leaders in their fields. The Equator Initiative is a partnership that brings together the UN, governments, civil society, businesses and grassroots organizations to advance local solutions for people, the environment and resilient communities in a changing world. Current partners of the initiative include: Conservation International; Convention on Biological Diversity; Ecoagriculture Partners; Fordham University; German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development; International Union for Conservation of Nature; The Nature Conservancy; Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Rare; UN Environment Program; UNDP; and UN Foundation.
Fujairah Oil Terminal
Fujairah Oil Terminals (FOT) is a world class 1.177 million cubic meter onshore oil storage facility based in the rapidly developing port of Fujairah, which is located in the United Arab Emirates outside the Straits of Hormuz on the Indian Ocean. FOT is an independent third party storage and owned by a group of shareholders including the government of Fujairah. FOT will store crude oil, fuel oil, gasoil and gasoline. The storage facility will meet international standards, complying with the equator principles for financing and will attract independent major and national oil companies to lease and utilize the facilities on a long-term sustainable basis.
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Performance Standard Two: Labour and Working Conditions
Michael Torrance discusses the requirements and implications of Performance Standard 2 in the context of international finance and Equator Principles compliance .
What is SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT? What does SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT mean? SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT meaning - SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT definition - SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Social impact assessment (SIA) is a methodology to review the social effects of infrastructure projects and other development interventions. Although SIA is usually applied to planned interventions, the same techniques can be used to evaluate the social impact of unplanned events, for example disasters, demographic change and epidemics. The origins of SIA largely derive from the environmental impact assessment (EIA) model, which first emerged in the 1970s in the U.S, as a way to assess the impacts on society of certain development schemes and projects before they go ahead - for example, new roads, industrial facilities, mines, dams, ports, airports, and other infrastructure projects. In the United States under the National Environmental Policy Act, social impact assessments are federally mandated and performed in conjunction with environmental impact assessments. SIA has been incorporated into the formal planning and approval processes in several countries, in order to categorize and assess how major developments may affect populations, groups, and settlements. Though the social impact assessment has long been considered subordinate to the environmental impact assessment, new models, such as the Environmental Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), take a more integrated approach where equal weight is given to both the social and environmental impact assessments. Definitions for "social impact assessment" vary by different sectors and applications. According to the International Association for Impact Assessment, "Social impact assessment includes the processes of analyzing, monitoring and managing the intended and unintended social consequences, both positive and negative, of planned interventions (policies, programs, plans, projects) and any social change processes invoked by those interventions. Its primary purpose is to bring about a more sustainable and equitable biophysical and human environment." SIA's originate from the 1970's and were originally used in Anglo-Saxon environments with indigenous peoples, like the United States, Canada and Australia. Use of SIA's, in general in combination with Environmental Impact Assessments (ESIA) has since then developed, and are legally required in many other countries, ranging from development countries like Sierra Leone and Chad, emerging markets like Chili and Philippines but also other OECD countries like Greenland and South Africa. Increased pressure on available land and increasingly educated and competent local communities can lead to high costs for public acceptance of complex projects with adverse risks and effects. SIA's are increasingly seen as an effective instrument to bring these costs down by determining views of affected communities on risks, effects and mitigation measures based on a sound socio-economic baseline study. The IFC Performance Standards are generally seen as the benchmark for ESIA's and insert this in an overarching Envrironmental and Social Risk Management System, which is based on proven risk management techniques. The IFC Performance Standard is used by multinational companies and commercial investors. Commercial banks have united themselves under the Equator Principles with over 90 members in 37 countries. SIA overlaps with monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Evaluation is particularly important in the areas of: 1. public policy, 2. health and education initiatives, and 3. international development projects more generally, whether conducted by governments, international donors, or NGOs. In all these sectors, there is a case for conducting SIA and evaluations at different stages. The Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol is a sector specific method for checking the quality of environmental and social assessments and management plans. ....
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Performance Standard One: Assessment and Management of Environmental and Social Risks and Impacts
Michael discusses the requirements and implications of Performance Standard One as applied in Equator Principles financings.
#Divest the Globe: Indigenous people lead global divestment protest of Equator Principles Meeting
Press contact: Matt Remle (Co-Founder) [email protected], (206) 639-3610 Jackie Fielder (Organizer) [email protected], (562) 313-2324 https://lrinspire.com/2017/10/20/indigenous-people-lead-global-divestment-protest-of-equator-principles-meeting/amp/
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Beyond Reputation Management
The Equator Principles (EP) is a risk framework for determining, assessing, and managing social and environmental risks in project finance. Created over 10 years ago as a tool for corporate social responsibility, this research on EP asks: Have these voluntary guidelines had actual social and environmental impact on the ground in the affected project communities? In the hotly contested debate on this question, stakeholder voices, particularly those of NGOs, fuel critiques of Equator Principles implementation, suggesting that project sponsors and Equator Principle Financial Institutions (EPFIs) are only “positive reputation seekers” on sustainability issues. This research contributes to the debate about Equator Principles governance and its effect on sustainable development by focusing on the involvement of civil society organizations in governance, addressing the following questions: - Can the creation of novel institutions by civil society address the perceived weaknesses of institutional regulatory environments in some developing or host-countries? - How do these novel institutions address shortcomings of transnational private governance? - Can these novel institutions be a viable alternative to chronic environmental and social assessment reports? In other words, can new governance arrangements involving civil society project sponsors generate increased positive outcomes through the actual implementation of Equator Principles? The research offers explanations for needed reforms for positive implementation outcomes particularly in the context of poor and/or emerging economies. The current research suggests that: - Such potentially novel institutions involving civil society organizations, by collaborating with and tapping into local knowledge of project affected communities, can promote a sense of project ownership, ease of accountability, and presence of transparency, leading to better implementation of project social and environmental policy. - Participatory measures foster interaction and deliberations between project sponsors and project-affected communities, leading to the democratization of project finance. Context and contribution: - This research draws on extant research on EPs, sustainability assessment, neo-institutional theory, transnational private governance, project finance, and corporate social responsibility. Within this scope, and to the knowledge of the author, no study has examined the potential for project sponsors to engage directly with project-affected communities to shape Equator Principles implementation outcomes.
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Equator Productions 2015
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Case Solution Equator Principles An Industry Approach to Managing Environmental and Social Risks
Equator Principles An Industry Approach to Managing Environmental and Social Risks Case Study Analysis & Solution Email Us at buycasesolutions(at)gmail(dot)com Equator Principles An Industry Approach to Managing Environmental and Social Risks Case Solution & Analysis, Case Study Solution. Every Solution is prepared from scratch, top quality, plagiarism free.
Responsible Mining Investment in Africa
(www.abndigital.com) The International Finance Corporation creates the global standard for environmental and social performance in private sector investment. These standards are the basis of the Equator Principles, to which most of the world's large commercial banks subscribe on large project finance financing. As more investment pours into Africa's mining sector, these principles may apply to responsible mining investment. Joining ABN on responsible mining investment in Africa is Bill Bulmer, Head of Environment, Social and Governance Department at the IFC.
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Performance Standard Four: Community Health, Safety and Security
Michael Torrance discusses Performance Standard Four in the context of international finance and the Equator Principles.
An introduction to responsible investment
Leading PRI figures, including former chair Donald MacDonald, define and explain modern concepts of responsible investment and talk about the need for global collaboration. With thanks to FreedomLab Future Studies for production of the video.
Views: 2770 PRI
Still waters, deep trouble
Still Waters, Deep Trouble; how Equator Principles sink in Lao dams shows how the Theun Hinbun Expansion Project in Laos is threatning the livelihoods of more then 50.000 local people.
Views: 1521 BankTrack
[A4ID] Helena Anderson - Responsible finance: environmental and social performance standards
In the second session of A4ID's Annual Law and Development Training Programme, Helena Anderson from Herbert Smith LLP gave an excellent presentation on responsible project financing and the significant role it plays in the financial landscape of developing countries. Here is an extract from her speech, focusing on some of the central problems revolving around the Equator Principles.
Tom with the Equator Band
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Unwined Gig 19 Dec   Plans
Equator Principles doing Plans (Birds of Tokyo) at the Unwined Bar. Lane Cove, Sydney Australia.
Views: 50 Raymond Tay
Lynas   Our Home
Lynas employees share how safety to the workers, safety to the public and taking care of the environment is key. Science & Technology Tags: * LynasM * nuclear * malaysia * DOE * Equator principles * Al-Jazeera * AlJazeera * Lynas video * Rare Earths * RareEarths * Rare Earth * RareEarth * Lynas Pahang * Lynas Gebeng * Lynas Malaysia * Lynas Kuantan * Nick Curtis * NickCurtis * LAMP * Lynas Advanced Material Plant * refinery * Mount Weld * MountWeld * MT Weld * MtWeld * chemical * AELB * Atomic Energy Licensing Board * Natural * Thorium * Synthetic Mineral Products * Naturally-occurring radiation * Gebeng industrial estate * Pahang
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SWR2015: Panel 4 - Sustainable financing: Raising the Bar in ASEAN
Panel Participants: Ms. Jeanne Stampe, Asia Finance and Commodities Specialist, WWF International Mr. Vincent Choo, Chief Risk Officer, OCBC Bank Mr. Ian Hay, Head of Sustainable Business Asia, HSBC Ms. Yeo Lian Sim, Chief Regulatory Officer, Singapore Exchange Mr. Dharsono Hartono, Chief Executive Officer, P.T. Rimba Makmur Utama ---- A number of international banks have adopted risk management frameworks such as the Equator Principles to guide their lending and investment decisions. This would in principle help minimise their risk of financing potentially socially and environmentally damaging projects. Most financial institutions in our region have yet to join the bandwagon. What can we do to encourage more ASEAN banks to raise the bar? Are they facing any implementation challenges? Will it help when sustainability reporting is made mandatory by the stock exchanges? Should central banks play a more active role in promoting sustainable financing? This panel discussion was recorded at the 2nd Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources 2015, held at the Gallery Ballroom of the Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore on 13 May 2015. The Dialogue was organised by the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA). To learn about the SIIA and what we do, visit http://www.siiaonline.org/page/Home
From disaster response to disaster prevention | Rachel Kyte | TEDxSendai (English)
As Vice President of Sustainable Development, Rachel leads the Bank's global work in agriculture, environment, energy, infrastructure, urban, and social development, as well as global public goods issues in those areas. Before assuming this post in September 2011, she was the International Finance Corporation's (IFC) Vice President for Business Advisory Services, where she focused on delivering more measurable impact for the world's poorest people and in the most challenging environments, including countries affected by conflict. As IFC's Director for Environmental and Social Development, Rachel led efforts to develop new sustainability performance standards, which — through the Equator Principles — are now a global benchmark. Before joining the World Bank Group Rachel worked for IUCN and The World Conservation Union. She has worked within the environment, women's, human rights and health movements, and has held elected positions in Europe and formed and led NGOs. Rachel has served as an advisor, and on the boards of a number of companies, philanthropies, and governments. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Unwined Gig 19 Dec
Equator Principles doing Islands in the Stream, Unwined Bar, Lane Cove, Sydney Australia.
Views: 92 Raymond Tay
Industrialization has altered the composition of the global atmosphere. There has been huge impact on ecological and socio-economic systems. Due to rapid industrialization the entire world is experiencing the heat of global warming, environmental degradation and depletion of scarce resources. A proactive and timely intervention and action is necessary by government, regulatory agencies, corporate bodies, NGOs and individuals to combat global warming & environmental degradation. Banking sector is considered as backbone of any economy. Banking sector is the main source of financing for corporate world which is responsible for global warming and environmental degradation. There is a symbiotic link between finance, environment, social and governance (FESG) and the Financial Institutions and Banks could play a vital role in developing a sustainable world. Environmental degradation may further affect the quality of assets as well as return of banks. Countries around the globe have initiated several positive actions to address these grave challenges. Banks in and around the world are also surging ahead towards promoting green economy and green industry. In this backdrop Green Banking has emerged and recognized as an important strategy to address sustainable concerns. The green initiatives will synergize collective responsibility and support approach to anticipate and prevent potential negative impact on the environment and society. Green banking has two dimensions. First, the way the banking business is being done and the second dimension relates to where the banks invest its money. As far as Green Banking in India is concerned, the banks are way behind the schedule compared to the global trends. None of the Public Sector Banks or the Private Sector Banks has adopted “EQUATOR PRINCIPLES” of risk management framework for determining, assessing and managing environmentally and socially risk projects. Only few of the Indian Banks are signatories to UNEP-FI (United Nations Environment Programme - Finance Initiative). This declaration is endorsed by over 200 civil society organizations including banks which give a clarion call to all the financial institutions and banks to embrace six commitments and take immediate steps to implement the same in fostering the sustainability. Further, very few banks are also signatories to Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)-India, an initiative to prevent dangerous climate change and protect our natural resources. Six Indian Banks have voluntarily agreed to incorporate “Principles of Collevecchio Declaration”. According to the British Business Newspaper and Financial Times, none of the Indian Banks have incorporated environmental objectives into their operations except Yes bank. It seems there is no systematic attempt to integrate the environmental concerns into the business operations by Indian Banks. Further, there are no specific RBI guidelines for banks on Green Banking. However, RBI has issued circular advising banks to integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations. The RBI has also advised the banks to put in place an appropriate plan of action for sustainable development, albeit all this is voluntary on the part of the banks. Green banking has potential to transform the Indian economy. In this context there is a dire need to create awareness among all the stakeholders about environmental responsibility and thereby help to restore the natural environment. As a responsive organization, the Post-Graduate Department of Business Administration. Rani Channamma University, Belagavi in association with its affiliated B-Schools has owned the responsibility of organizing an International Conference on “Green Banking for Green Industry and Green Economy”. The conference shall encourage, familiarized the concept of environmental friendly investments thereby the industries integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations. The conference shall herald a new era in sensitizing and strategizing project financing considering environment viability along with commercial viability. The deliberation and discussion will enable to develop policy guidelines and action plan in achieving sustainable development.
Views: 1178 INCGB 2016
Unwined Gig 19 Dec   Scientist
Equator Principles doing Scientist (Coldplay) at Unwined Bar, Lane Cove, Sydney Australia.
Views: 44 Raymond Tay
EQUATOR Network - PAHO: Transparent reporting of health research is essential
Recording of the webinar series on good reporting of health research studies Sponsored by the Equator Network and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) under their agreement of collaboration to improve research for health reporting in the Americas through the use of guidelines that promote greater accuracy and transparency. Title: "Transparent reporting of health research is essential" Target audience: Health research scientists, clinicians, editors, peer reviewers, and all professionals involved in conducting, supporting or publishing health related research. Presenter: Prof Doug Altman, Director of the Centre for Statistics in Medicine in Oxford; senior statistics editor at the BMJ, co-editor-in-chief of Trials and Founder of the Equator Network. Sound knowledge of the key principles of reporting various types of health research is crucial for researchers and professionals involved in the publication of medical research. The consequences of non-publication or selective reporting of research findings are far reaching and impact on future science and most of all on patients' care. By documenting the most common shortcomings in the health research literature, this webinar will help you to understand why accurate reporting is an ethical imperative and an essential component of good research practice. Date: 11 February 2013 at 15:00 GMT (10:00 EST) Duration 1 hour. Language: English
Views: 1408 PAHO TV
IFC SmartTalk: Making Financial Institutions Better
This short video discusses IFC client engagement and the importance of implementing sound corporate governance practices in banks and other financial institutions. It looks at how to manage risks related to credit, market, liquidity and operational issues. Risk management refers to the structures and processes that identify, assess and mitigate all types of risk to an organization. SmartTalk is a series of round table discussions where IFC staff and external guests exchange experiences and discuss different aspects of corporate governance.
Vastu for southern hemisphere, Vastu in southern hemisphere, Vastu principles in southern hemisphere
Here are topics on: Vastu for southern hemisphere, Vastu in southern hemisphere, Vastu principles in southern hemisphere, In English by world renowned Vastu Consultant Dr. Bhardwaj Anand +91-9811656700, 9999256700, who is internationally famous.. raises a different topic on Vastu for Southern hemisphere & Vastu for Northern Hemisphere because if Vastu is an Indian Vaidic wisdom, then it should be applied equally & universally on the universe. Then Vastu for southern hemisphere and Vastu for northern hemisphere... will they be different. If no, then how to define the Vastu principles in universal context when the earth's rotation changes the surface on different period of time? Can we re-define the principles of Vastu for southern hemisphere & Vastu for northern hemisphere separately. Certainly not because the texture of the mother earth remains the same whereas only the rotation of Lord Sun is the defining factor with reference to the movement in different context when analysing the Vastu in siouthern hemisphere & Vastu in northern Hemisphere. The southern Hemi Sphere can be defined as the lower portion of the earth & northern Hemi Sphere can be defined as the upper hemisphere, BUT friends it is not OK because both of the hemispheres are on the same edge, yes we can say this is upper and this is lower hemisphere, whereas we can not categorize them as upper or as lower because earth is one unit in the free universe, and the looking angle may depend upon the person who is looking at from any angle. In fact the early people defined the shape of the earth in this way and so it makes no difference to place the earth. The geography says that the hemispheres have different alignments with the Sun, therefore few principles of Vastu Shastra may be different while talking about Vastu at southern Hemisphere & Vastu at northern hemisphere. Dr. Anand Bhardwaj (MA, MBA, PhD (Socio), PhD (Vastu), D.Sc. eq D.Lit (Scientific Vastu) +91-9811656700, +91-9999256700 .. who is the highest qualified Vastu Consultant & Vastu adviser with over 39 years experience in scientific, logical & authentic Vastu Shastra… Hence he is an authority in the world of Feng Shui & in the world of Vastu Shastra. वास्तु के सटीक उपाय... explained by Dr Anand in a very simple language which can be easily understood by a common person & he can get the benefits of our age old Vedic wisdom of Vastu Shastra as a Vastu Science. Presented by the internationally acclaimed and celebrity Vastu expert who has visited many countries worldwide so far. Dr. Anand Bhardwaj is a world renowned Vastu consultant who has a great command on his subject. can be understood by all. Dr. Bhardwaj is a celebrity Vastu consultant who defines all the Vastu tenets with the help of science i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Geography & biology. It is great to listen him on Vastu on Youtube Video. Vastu Video in Hindi defines in details. http://www.vastu-shastra.com, http://www.vaidicvaastu.com/, http://www.vastu-india.com,
Views: 2667 Dr Anand Bhardwaj
The Coriolis Flow Measuring Principle
https://eh.digital/2PzE3tH - Born in 1792, the French mathematician and physicist Gustave Gaspard de Coriolis was the first to describe the force that history has named after him. This force is particularly noticeable in rotating systems. The experiments and simulations shown in this film illustrate what it's all about.
Views: 474507 Endress+Hauser
Coriolis Flow Meter (Principle of Operation)
Demonstration of the principle of operation of the Yokogawa Rotamass coriolis flow meter
Views: 250513 YokogawaUK
Still Waters, Deep Trouble
Still Waters, Deep Trouble; how Equator Principles sink in Lao dams shows how the Theun Hinboun Expansion Project (THXP) in Laos is threatening the livelihoods of more than 50.000 local people. This video is a production for BankTrack and International Rivers.
Views: 147 sonja willems
Indonesia 50 Sen 1961 Uncirculated Five Principles Coin
Country Indonesia Type Common coin Years 1959-1961 Value 50 Sen (0.50 IDN) Metal Aluminium Weight 3.0 g Diameter 29 mm Thickness 2.0 mm Shape Round Orientation Coin alignment ↑↓ Demonetized yes References KM# 14, Schön# 9.2 Obverse The national emblem: Garuda (a Javan hawk-eagle) Pancasila (Five Principles) clutching a scroll of national motto and an Escutcheon or Shield representing the Five Principles Lettering: INDONESIA BHINNEKA TUNGGAL IKA Translation: Unity in Diversity Reverse Blossoms and round shape Lettering: REPUBLIK INDONESIA 50 SEN 1961 Edge Reeded Comments Top: 1st quarter banteng or Javanese wild bull (Democracy; Guided by the Inner Wisdom in the Unanimity) & 2nd quarter a banyan tree (The Unity of Indonesia: one country, many cultural roots) Divided by a thick line denoting the Equator which passes through Indonesia Bottom: 3rd quarter a sprig each of paddy and cotton (Social Justice through Sustenance and livelihood ) & 4th quarter a ring of chains made up of square and round links (Just and Civilized Humanity) and on central escutcheon, Sable a mullet: Star (Belief in One Supreme God). The feathers on the Garuda are arranged so that they invoke the date of 17 August 1945(The Day of Independence). The total number of feathers symbolises the date of the proclamation of Indonesian independence "17/8/1945" The number of feathers on each wing totals to 17 The number of feathers on the tail totals to 8 The number of feathers below the shield or base of tail totals to 19 The number of feathers on the neck totals to 45 https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces7813.html
Views: 154 DC Coin World
Extracting troubles - Kashagan oil field
The Kashagan oil field in the Caspian Sea is one of the largest oil fields discovered in the last few decades. The field is developed by a consortium of oil companies including Eni, Total, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Shell, Inpex and KazMunayGaz with financial support from several banks such as BNP Paribas, Citigroup, Societè Generale, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation, Mizuho Bank and the ING Group. Civil society groups have been raising concerns with BNP Paribas and other financial institutions about the environmental and public health dangers associated with Kashagan. An international Fact Finding Mission in the Northern Caspian region, conducted in September 2007, found evidence of extremely high environmental and social impacts and risks, and violations of international standards, including the Equator Principles and IFC Performance Standards, in the development of Kashagans offshore and onshore operations. The Caspian Sea is the largest reserve of fresh water in Central Asia. The natural life of a whole continent depends on it. If the oil industry destroys this sea, Kazakhstan will remain behind with a deserted land and a dead sea.
Views: 8685 ecoacti

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