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Please explain. In its place, what would you recommend that would convey as valuable a picture and perspective of the subject treated? Signature Date APPENDIX C NEWCASTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS REQUEST FOR VOLUNTARY REASSIGNMENT I, , request to be reassigned to the following class and/or grade assignment: when a vacancy occurs, but this request does not obligate me to accept the reassignment if the circumstances are altered. This request shall be kept on file in the personnel office for continual consideration for future vacancies until the office is notified in writing by me that the application is withdrawn. Teacher's Signature Date APPENDIX D Oklahoma School Code Section 127 (2013) (O.S. § 70-6-101.24) Procedures for Administrator to Follow for Admonishment of Teacher.
Please explain. When you assign work, make sure you give a detailed explanation. While the work may seem trivial and obvious to you, it may not be obvious to someone who’s never done it before. Patience and a few extra minutes at the beginning will pay off later when your intern can produce good work independently.
Please explain. 3000 character(s) maximumAt present the rules for regulating gatekeepers are disparate and challenging to comprehend and apply to every situation that could result in harmful societal and/or economic effects. As discussed in a previous section, to exacerbate matters, content regulation for online advertising is absent from the European regulatory acquis. Neither the consumer protection regime nor the specific purpose limitation principle in the EU’s data prtotection regime is prima facie ripe for the regulation of racist and hateful content that appears in advertising. Under the current regime, gatekeepers are solely responsible for assessing the content of malicious and advertising content. Importantly, the power of gatekeepers’ ecosystems for shaping individual actions and facilitating the scaling up of those actions to notable changes in collective behaviours is that minor technological revisions can result in significant changes. For instance, curtailing the number of times a message can be forwarded on WhatsApp (thereby slowing large cascades of messages) may have contributed to the absence of lynch killings in India since 2018. This specific regulatory action does not fit neatly into the consumer nor the data protection regime (Freitas Melo, 2019), yet achieves the desired outcome.Establishing causality between the harms associated with gatekeep power is crucial becauseit offers opportunity for intervention and regulatory action. If gatekeepers were found to cause societal ills, then it would be legitimate to expect that a change in choice architecture might influence society’s well-being. Absent causality, this expectation does not hold: For example, if one group of people were particularly prone to express their hostilitities through anti-social behaviours and by hostile engagement, then any intervention targeting gatekeepers would merely prevent one expression of an underlying problem while leaving the other unaffected. Data protection does not regulate the attention economy, nor is it designed to. Its scope is limited to the processing of personal data. Consumer protection is only designed to protect consumers, not users. Neither are place to properly regulate choice architectures which are persuasive and manipulative in themselves, and can steer online behavior in a the service of commercial interests (e.g. ‘dark patterns’, privacy-intrusive default settings (Leiser 2020)) or in political directions through algorithmic content curation (e.g. tar...
Please explain. Our Group Wood and Fibre Sourcing Policy recognizes the leading global certification standards of the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC), the Programme for Endorsement of Forestry Certification (PEFC) and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI). Because of the limited availability of certified woodfibre – only 10% of the world’s forests are certified – nearly all supply chains use a blend of certified and uncertified fibre. The high level of private ownership and the number of smallholders in the supply chain, make it virtually impossible to achieve 100 percent certified fibre. In order to maintain the highest levels of assurances with chain of custody claims, the leading global standards have instituted additional control measures for uncertified lands forests and plantations. The Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC), for example. has established a Controlled Wood standard. All wood and pulp sourced for Sappi (globally) meet the requirements of the FSC Controlled Wood standard at a minimum. This standard is designed to eliminate the presence of controversial sources. There are five categories of unacceptable material that cannot be mixed with FSC-certified materials: • Illegally harvested wood; • Wood harvested in violation of traditional and human rights; • Wood harvested in forests in which high conservation values (HCVs) are threatened by management activities; • Wood harvested in forests being converted to plantations or non-forest use; and • Wood from forests in which genetically modified trees are planted. The Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) also has a separate Fibre Sourcing Standard. In North America, all our wood and pulp purchases meet this standard which has additional requirements beyond avoiding controversial sources, including landowner outreach; use of qualified resource and qualified logging professionals; and adherence to best management practices (BMPs). We can assure stakeholders that 100 percent of our forest fibre is from a well-managed forest, at low risk of any controversial source. F6.2(F6.2) Did you have any quantified targets for increasing sustainable production and/or consumption of your disclosed commodity(ies) that were active during the reporting year?Yes F6.2a(F6.2a) Provide details of your target(s) for increasing sustainable production and/or consumption of the disclosed commodity(ies), and progress made. Target reference numberTarget 1 Forest risk commodityTimber Form of commodity coveredAll forms of timber Type of...
Please explain. In 2019 Suzano established its Long-Term Goal of reducing water withdrawal by 15% until 2030 (m³/t) considering the baseline of 2018. To achieve this goal in 2030, annual goals were defined. The projects developed in the various mills brought a reduction of 2.7% in Suzano's specific water withdrawal, in line with the Long Term Goal (LTG). The target established for 2020 was 29.2 m3/t and the result was 28.6 m3/t. Suzano reached a reduction of 1.2 m3/t in 2020 in relation to the goal baseline (2018). The result achieved in 2020 represents an advance of 26.7% in relation to the baseline of the goal (2018) and the goal defined for 2030. W8.1b(W8.1b) Provide details of your water goal(s) that are monitored at the corporate level and the progress made. GoalOther, please specify (Promotion of sustainable forestry practices ) LevelBasin level MotivationIncrease freshwater availability for users/natural environment within the basin Description of goalOur long-term goal for water management is to increase the availability of water in the watersheds identified as critical for water supply. Our strategy for implementing the goal includes the Innovation, Forestry and Sustainability departments. Governance was established with the creation of committees for technical execution and validation. Each area has its processes mapped out to suit the goal's actions and dashboards, which will support the monitoring of KPI. To implement the goal, our first step was to map which of our watersheds are in critical condition for water supply. Studies comprising environmental modelling techniques were important in this diagnosis. After these studies, we selected 44 critical watersheds, corresponding to 6% of the area of Suzano's production base. Subsequently, we characterized the current management and environmental degradation of each of these watersheds based on analysis of satellite images. Among the various management actions to be performed were the reduction of tree density in the planting of critical areas, the implementation of age mosaics, the extension of the forest cycle, forest restoration, crop-livestock-forestry integrated system (CLFIS). We have started the implementation of a new management over the critical areas in 2021.Baseline year2020 Start year2021 End year2030 ProgressTo measure the progress of the goal, our indicator is the total percentage of areas (hectare) to undergo specific management actions to increase water availability. We must emphasize that water re...
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Please explain. 9.1% = (224 - 205) / 205. FY2020 Scope 3Category 12 emissions were 205 mT CO2e. For FY2021, our business activities returned to more normal levels compared to FY2020 and the impacts of the global pandemic, including increased sales of our products. This is the primary reason for the increase of our Scope 3 – Category 12 emissions. C8. Energy C8.1(C8.1) What percentage of your total operational spend in the reporting year was on energy?More than 0% but less than or equal to 5% C8.2(C8.2) Select which energy-related activities your organization has undertaken. Indicate whether your organization undertook this energy-related activity in the reporting yearConsumption of fuel (excluding feedstocks)YesConsumption of purchased or acquired electricityYesConsumption of purchased or acquired heatNoConsumption of purchased or acquired steamNoConsumption of purchased or acquired coolingNoGeneration of electricity, heat, steam, or coolingNo C8.2a(C8.2a) Report your organization’s energy consumption totals (excluding feedstocks) in MWh. Heating valueMWh from renewable sourcesMWh from non-renewable sourcesTotal (renewable and non-renewable) MWhConsumption of fuel (excluding feedstock)HHV (higher heating value)14.4105453.4105467.8Consumption of purchased or acquired electricity<Not Applicable>23059299826057Consumption of purchased or acquired heat<Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable>Consumption of purchased or acquired steam<Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable>Consumption of purchased or acquired cooling<Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable>Consumption of self-generated non-fuel renewable energy<Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable><Not Applicable>Total energy consumption<Not Applicable>23073.4108451.4131524.8 C8.2b(C8.2b) Select the applications of your organization’s consumption of fuel. Indicate whether your organization undertakes this fuel applicationConsumption of fuel for the generation of electricityNoConsumption of fuel for the generation of heatYesConsumption of fuel for the generation of steamNoConsumption of fuel for the generation of coolingNoConsumption of fuel for co-generation or tri-generationNo C8.2c(C8.2c) State how much fuel in MWh your organization has consumed (excluding feedstocks) by fuel type. Sustainable biomassHeating valueHHV Total fuel MWh consumed by the organization0 MWh fuel consumed for self-generation of electricity<Not Applicable> MWh fuel consum...
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Please explain. Reckitt maintains a database of all paper and board purchased for use in packaging. Reckitt’s procurement teams responsible for paper and board purchasing feed into the central database on an annual basis to record spend, volume and supplier of the paper or board purchased. The database enables Reckitt to understand where paper and board is purchased by country and therefore calculate the % of total consumption volume by country. Reckitt is working towards breaking this down into more granular detail to provide consumption volume by state through senior level discussion and will set out a plan to complete this Reckitt source from several forest risk countries and % of total consumption volume by is disclosed. Forest risk commodityTimber products Country/Area of originIndonesia State or equivalent jurisdictionDon't know % of total production/consumption volume3.01 Please explainReckitt maintains a database of all paper and board purchased for use in packaging. Reckitt’s procurement teams responsible for paper and board purchasing feed into the central database on an annual basis to record spend, volume and supplier of the paper or board purchased. The database enables Reckitt to understand where paper and board is purchased by country and therefore calculate the % of total consumption volume by country. Reckitt is working towards breaking this down into more granular detail to provide consumption volume by state through senior level discussion and will set out a plan to complete this Reckitt source from several forest risk countries and % of total consumption volume by is disclosed. Forest risk commodityTimber products Country/Area of originMalaysia State or equivalent jurisdictionDon't know % of total production/consumption volume0.97 Please explainReckitt maintains a database of all paper and board purchased for use in packaging. Reckitt’s procurement teams responsible for paper and board purchasing feed into the central database on an annual basis to record spend, volume and supplier of the paper or board purchased. The database enables Reckitt to understand where paper and board is purchased by country and therefore calculate the % of total consumption volume by country. Reckitt is working towards breaking this down into more granular detail to provide consumption volume by state through senior level discussion and will set out a plan to complete this Reckitt source from several forest risk countries and % of total consumption volume by is disclosed. Fo...
Please explain. Kohl’s collects primary activity data for air travel, and secondary activity data for rental car travel and employee personal car mileage reimbursement. Air travel emissions are calculated using distance traveled and DEFRA DECC (2021) business travelair emissions factors for various seating classes and flight segment lengths. Rental car emissions are calculated by collecting dollars spent on gas and determining miles traveled using average gasoline prices in 2021 and the average fuel efficiency of light- duty vehicles. An average of “passenger car” and “light-duty truckemission factors are used from the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Inventories (April 2021). Mileage reimbursement emissions are calculated by collecting dollars spent of gas through reimbursement claims and fuel cards. Emissions from fuel cards are calculated in the same way as rental cars. Emissions from reimbursement claims are calculated using a reimbursement rate of $0.57 per mile. All calculations use AR5 100-year GWP values.Employee commuting Evaluation statusRelevant, calculated Emissions in reporting year (metric tons CO2e)93838 Emissions calculation methodologyAverage data method Percentage of emissions calculated using data obtained from suppliers or value chain partners0 Please explainEmissions are calculated using the average-data method using activity data on the number of full time and part time employees. Average commute mode shares (drive alone, carpool, public transportation) were derived from the U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Transportation. Commute days were determined depending on employee type. Assumed a 5-days-per-week schedule for full-time employees, 3-days-per-week schedule for part-time employees and LTE employees worked part-time for 12 weeks in the year only. A 10% in-person attendance rate was assumed for corporate employees. An average 20-mile roundtrip commute distance for all employees was assumed. The emissions factor for “passenger car” was sourced from Table 10 Business Travel and Employee Commuting from the EPA’s Emission Factors for Greenhouse Gas Inventories (April 2021). AR5 100-year GWP values were applied.Upstream leased assets Evaluation statusNot relevant, explanation provided Emissions in reporting year (metric tons CO2e)<Not Applicable> Emissions calculation methodology<Not Applicable> Percentage of emissions calculated using data obtained from suppliers or value chain partners<Not Applicable> Please explainKohl's does not own any upstream l...