At the congress fair “Conventa 2018”, which is being held in Ljubljana from January 23 to 25, Kongres magazine awarded Dubrovnik the “Meeting Star Award” in the category of destination that can accommodate up to 1200 participants.Gorazd Čad, editor-in-chief of Kongres magazine and co-founder of “Convente”, presented a great recognition and award to the director of the Tourist Board, Romani Vlašić, and pointed out that the interest in Dubrovnik is growing every year. They also point out that this year’s Conventa has hosted the largest number of buyers so far, especially from the United States, who have shown great interest in Dubrovnik, one of the leading international destinations in Southeast Europe.Prizes were awarded in four categories, and in addition to Dubrovnik, Vienna, Ljubljana and Kranjska gora received prizes in the other three categories.Kongres magazine is one of the leading media in the congress industry, and gathers and distributes knowledge related to the organization of meetings of the world’s best experts, and they predict that about 4.000 meetings will be held at the fair.
Below are seven instructions regulated in the decree:1. Build an early detection and warning system for floods and an adaptive, predictive, smart and integrated flood mitigation system.2. Ensure the existing flood mitigation infrastructure to operate at optimal capacity.3. Accelerate the development of flood mitigation infrastructure that is still incomplete. Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has called on the city’s Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) to warn the public about the potential of a flood at least one day before the flood occurs.The instruction was stipulated in Gubernatorial Decree No. 52/2020 about the acceleration of flood control system improvement during the climate change era, which was signed by Anies on Sept. 15.According to Anies, the agency must announce areas at risk of flooding through an online early warning system while continuing to monitor those areas. 4. Enforce the public’s role in flood prevention.5. Improve the flood mitigation system corresponding with the demands of climate change.6. Nurture awareness, empowerment and responsive behavior toward flood and climate change in the community.7. Ensure the availability of physical needs and optimize the budget for flood mitigation. (aly)Topics :
Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Your browser does not support the audio element. Top Stories Comments Share LISTEN: Deone Bucannon- Cardinals safety “Honestly, that’s something I have to learn,” he said Wednesday on the Bickley and Marotta show on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “It’s different. It’s different than college. There’s different rules, things you’ve got to abide by…“I’ve got to understand who I’ve got to hit the right way, the proper way, to affect my team in a positive way, and that’s my goal, and I want to be a positive influence on the team every single day. I wouldn’t want to hurt my team in any way.”Bucannon, the 27th overall pick, was a first-team Associated Press All-American and first-team All-Pac-12 member in 2013. His six interceptions last season were tied for the most in the conference. But Bucannon is perhaps best known for his physicality. At Washington State, he developed a reputation for being one of the hardest-hitting safeties in college football.Bucannon said he recognizes that forcing turnovers are more beneficial to the team than big hits — but hitting is still one of his favorite parts of the game.“I feel like it just fires everybody up,” he said. “It establishes that we’re more physical than the other team, top to bottom… We’re more physical than you, no matter what day it is, no matter what time it is. That’s how I feel when somebody (on my team) makes a big hit, even if it’s not me.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling With the guidance of Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who he called “the best defensive mind” he’s ever played for, Bucannon said he, along with cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie and safety Tyrann Mathieu can “without a doubt” be the best secondary in the NFL. But in order for him to earn a spot on the first-team defense ahead of undrafted second-year safety Tony Jefferson, who has had an impressive training camp, Bucannon knows he has to become the kind of disciplined player that Arians and Bowles want him to become.“That’s the biggest thing: If I want to get on the field, if I want to be an effective player, I have to understand that,” he said. “I have to get out there, understand my assignments, hit the right gaps, fill the right gaps for whoever to make the play, or maybe for me to make the play.” – / 7 The Arizona Cardinals used their first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft on 215-pound safety Deone Bucannon in part because of the imposing physical presence he brings to the secondary. But Bucannon has occasionally drawn the ire of head coach Bruce Arians during training camp for making hits that are likely to get him penalized during real games. It’s a habit that Bucannon knows he needs to cut out if he’s going to win a starting job heading into the regular season.