On the heels of the Harvard College Library Green Team’s announced target of Green Leaf One certification for all libraries by January 1, two more units have met or surpassed the goal. Harvard’s Office of Sustainability (OFS) recently recognized Tozzer Library for achieving Green Leaf One and Houghton Library for achieving Green Leaf Four, becoming just the seventh workspace University-wide, and the second library workspace, along with HCL Operations, to reach the Green Office Program’s highest level.Though completing all four levels at once was challenging, Houghton came to the process with two advantages. First, many of the steps outlined in the program, such as adjusting thermostats, installing occupancy sensors and using compact-fluorescent bulbs, had been initiated centrally by HCL Operations. In addition, the library had already met some of the criteria, thanks to the work of the Houghton “Greening” the Library Task Force, created as part of Houghton’s three-year strategic plan.Formed in the spring of 2009, as the HCL Green Team was convening, the Houghton task force was charged with identifying and recommending actions to help the library go green, including seeking Green Office certification. Other steps included increasing signage to keep staff and patrons informed about recycling, holding green orientation sessions for staff, pursuing projects to reduce energy consumption, like installing additional occupancy sensors, and reducing waste through the use of double-sided printing and redesigning library stationery.“When we started to work on Green Office certification, a good part of our homework had already been done,” said Staff Assistant Monique Duhaime, who led the process and serves as Houghton’s representative on the HCL Green Team. “It was still an intensive process to look at every single certification requirement, but once we got people’s attention, I think staff got excited. Going forward, it’s important we stay active and keep looking for ways to improve.”At Tozzer, Acquisitions Assistant Sarah Kasten echoed Duhaime, and credited the library’s environmentally-conscious staff with making the process easy.“We already had people who were focused on steps like printing on both sides of paper, or reusing office supplies,” she said. “I think the real value of the Green Office Program is that it provides some recognition of what we are already doing, which is a morale booster.”In addition to HCL Operations, Houghton, and Tozzer, the Harvard Map Collection recently received Leaf One certification. Although not an HCL unit, the Harvard University Archives resides in Pusey and is a member of the HCL Green Team. They recently reached Leaf Two. Work is also under way on Green Office certification for units in Widener and Lamont libraries.
Bamogo admits he’s been talent spotting at youth level for the Toffees for the past year. He told Foot Mercato: “It’s going to be a year in January, so it’s going really fast. Me, I have an acquaintance in football, my cousin, who knew the (Everton) recruiter who takes care of the pros in France.Advertisement Promoted ContentCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchTake A Look At The Celebs Who Lost Their Money And Why10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With12 Countries Whose Technological Progress AmazesIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games? Loading… “He was looking for someone for young players. So, I met everyone and I was told that they were going to give me a six-month contract to see if it suited me too. I liked it, especially since I take care of young players so I see them all a little bit coming through, those who will become pro. It’s something that I really like. “I’m mainly in France. I’m working my schedule, I’m going to see the matches. Among young players, I think it’s a bit different than when you recruit from the pros. Read Also:Guardiola sets target for Jesus after brace against Everton There, it’s up to you to discover them. Some, they are at an age where you do not know what they will become in 2-3 years so you have to try to detect the qualities and the things that you can develop, it is especially like that.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Olympique Marseille striker, Habib Bamogo, has confirmed he’s now working as a France-based scout for Everton.