Read Full Story The Harvard Office for Sustainability is once again rolling out the Green Carpet in honor of the many students, faculty, and staff across Harvard who have made significant contributions to Harvard’s Greenhouse Gas/Energy Reduction Goal and other sustainability efforts. Nominations for both individual and team awards are due Monday, Feb. 28t at green.harvard.edu/greencarpet.Last year 800 Harvard community members gathered in Sanders Theatre to celebrate the efforts of more than 100 eco-champions across Harvard’s campus. Join us for another exciting celebration on April 11 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and don’t forget to nominate your friends, professors, or yourself today.>> Team Project Awards NominationsEnergy/Greenhouse Gas Reduction: Infrastructure ProjectEnergy/Greenhouse Gas Reduction: Behavioral Change or Administrative PracticesGreen Building ProjectRenewable Energy ProjectWaste or Water Reduction ProjectGreen Team ProjectStudent Project>> Individual Achievement Awards NominationsIndividuals (students, faculty, and staff) from all Schools and units who have demonstrated outstanding efforts in furthering Harvard’s sustainability goals.Mark your calendars for April 11, 3:30-5 p.m.: Green Carpet Awards at Sanders Theatre with reception at the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub to follow. More info at http://green.harvard.edu/greencarpet.
Press Association Gerard Deulofeu has revealed that he has asked Everton manager Roberto Martinez for further first-team football in a bid to accelerate his development. The promising Spanish forward returned to the club on a permanent basis from Barcelona during the summer having impressed while on loan during the 2013/14 season and he was a peripheral figure during a loan spell at Sevilla last season. His arrival is among the reasons there is again optimism surrounding Everton’s prospects – the potential for a long-term partnership forming between the Spaniard and Ross Barkley is particularly promising – and Deulofeu hopes that his winning goal in their recent 2-1 Capital One Cup defeat of Reading will prove the catalyst for a regular starting position. “The manager had told me to be calm, that it is a long season and there will be a lot of opportunities to play,” said Deulofeu ahead of Everton’s Premier League fixture at West Brom on Monday evening. “I have told him that I want to play now and I hope that I can play a lot more and help the team. “This is my third professional season: a year in Everton, last year at Sevilla and now back here. I need to be a first-team player. I need to play a lot of games and feel important to a team. If you have a lot of confidence, I believe everything will be fine.” Deulofeu was once so highly thought of at Barcelona that he was expected to progress into their first team but even if those expectations proved beyond him, he believes he is at the right club to progress. “The last three months in Sevilla I did not play a single game but my physical shape is good and I am ready to play whenever I am needed. “I am so happy to be back here. One of the most important reasons for coming back was that I had been so happy here during the year I had on loan. I felt at home here, very comfortable. “I am very happy with the goal against Reading. The goalkeeper did not attack it especially well but what is important is to score and help the team. “It is great for my confidence too. I need to play more minutes. I want to play more minutes. This, for me, is very important. I find it hard to be on the bench. Like all players, I do not like being a substitute. But I have to wait for my chance and try to take it when it comes.”
Local NotesLifford Clonleigh Resource CentreAppeal: Blossoms (A New 2 U Shop): The Resource Centre are opening a new charity shop in Lifford over the coming weeks and are appealing to anyone who may have a few hours to spare each week to volunteer and help out your local community. If this is of interest to you please contact 074 91 41773! Further Education/Classes: We are hoping to run a number of new classes in the Resource Centre over the coming months but can only do so, if we have enough numbers to fill the class. If any of the areas listed below are of interest to you then please contact reception on 074 91 41773 and leave your details.Creative Writing: A fun class where participants can express their ideas and opinions and join in with another group of people who have an interest in storytelling. Photography: A class where participants can learn all about photography. Sign Language: This is a beginners, accredited course where participants can further their skills with each module. Basic Irish: These classes will be for beginners or a refreshers course, ideal for parents who may want to help children with their homework or those who may have children attending Gaelscoil. Childcare: This will be a general learning course with modules aimed at childcare. For further information contact 074 91 41773!Wanted: Our local Gardening Group are appealing to anyone that may have spare Baby Food jars to donate them to the centre. It is only small baby food jars that will be accepted and not jam jars.Christmas Craft Fair: The Resource Centre are holding a Craft Fair on Sunday 9th December from 2.00 – 6.oop.m. Anyone interested in booking a stall, please contact Marie/Anita on 07491 41773. LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD/CLONLEIGH NOTES was last modified: October 25th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LIfford/Clonleigh notes