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Elite Home Insurance policy document
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RBS Elite Home Insurance Policy Welcome to RBS Elite Home Insurance Thank You for choosing RBS Elite Home Insurance which is underwritten by U K Insurance Limited. This Policy booklet gives full details of Your cover and should be read along with Your schedule and confirmation. Please keep all Your documents in a safe place. If You have any questions about Your Policy, please call Us on the number shown in the schedule. Policy Wording Document These policy conditions are part of your insurance contract, along with your schedule. Please read your schedule and these policy conditions to make sure you know exactly what your insurance covers. Check all the policy details and your proposal confirmation, which sets out the information you have given us, carefully. If you think there is a mistake or you need to make changes, you should notify us immediately. Failure to provide correct information or inform us of any changes could adversely affect your policy, including invalidating your policy or claims being rejected or not fully paid. Under European law, you and we may choose which law will apply to this contract. English law will apply unless both parties agree otherwise. Important information 1 How to make an insurance claim To make a claim phone 0845 303 5783

The Impact of Energy Efficiency Standards on Standby Power

THE IMPACT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS ON STANDBY POWER IN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS DESIGN A Lattice Semiconductor White Paper May 2010 Lattice Semiconductor 5555 Northeast Moore Ct. Hillsboro, Oregon 97124 USA Telephone: (503) 268-8000 1 The Impact of Energy Efficiency Standards on Standby Power in Consumer Electronics Design A Lattice Semiconductor White Paper Regulatory Measures to Reduce Standby Power Squeezing every last microwatt from a system is a common objective for engineers who are designing battery operated equipment. And as more strict government regulations regarding power consumption appear, even traditional home and office appliances like LCD TVs, set top boxes (STBs) and multifunction printers (MFPs) are being scrutinized for ways to save power. To help ensure products are in compliance with the latest EnergyStar and European Commission Code of Conduct regulations, designers are seeking innovative ways to provide low-power modes of operation in a variety of product lines. This white paper examines design methods and practical advice for saving power using programmable logic devices (PLDs). The 1-Watt Plan is an energy saving proposal by the International Energy Agency ( to reduce standby power use in all appliances to just one watt. Standby power, also called vampire or phantom power, refers to the electricity consumed by many appliances when they are switched off or in standby mode. The typical power loss per appliance is low (from 1 to 25 W), but when multiplied by the billions of appliances in residential and commercial use, standby losses represent a significant fraction of total world electricity use. Research indicates that standby power accounts for as much as 7-13% of household power consumption. While the definition of standby power use depends on the product being analyzed, standby power includes at a minimum the power used while the product is performing no function. PLDs are increasingly being applied to maximize the amount of circuitry that can be unpowered or placed in a standby/sleep mode when the system is idle. Since modern programmable logic devices (PLDs) have very low static current requirements, often in the microampere range, they are ideal as system event...

Panduan penulisan Penerbitan Buku Teks - PDPT

Panduan Penulisan Buku Panduan ini merupakan petunjuk penulisan buku pelajaran (ilmiah populer) yang digunakan untuk menentukan kelayakan naskah bagi penerbit. Panduan ini membahas pengertian buku pelajaran & diktat, tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran, isi buku pelajaran, sampul buku, bagian pembuka, bagian utama dan bagian penutup serta ketentuan jumlah halaman. Buku Pelajaran (Text book) & Diktat Buku pelajaran adalah bahan/materi pelajaran yang dituangkan secara tertulis dalam bentuk buku dan digunakan sebagai bahan pelajaran (sumber informasi) sebuah mata kuliah bagi mahasiswa dan pengajar susuai dengan kebutuhan lapangan/industry dan tuntutan perkembangan teknologi dan atau kurikulum. Diktat adalah catatan tertulis suatu bidang studi yang disiapkan oleh guru/dosen untuk mempermudah pengayaan materi pelajaran atau bidang studi yang dibahas dalam proses pembelajaran (Ilvandri, 2011). Diktat yang baik merupakan draft buku ajar yang belum diterbitkan. Tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran a. Menyediakan buku susuai dengan kebutuhan mahasiswa, institusi dan lapangan/ industry serta serta tuntutan perkembangan teknologi atau kurikulum. b. Mendorong penulis/dosen untuk berkreasi dan kreatif membagikan ilmunya kepada masyarakat. c. Mendorong penulis untuk meng-update ilmunya sesuai dengan kriteria tuntutan buku layak terbit mencakup subdstansi, bahasa dan potensi pasar. d. Mendukung penulis untuk menerbitkan buku bila belum terbit. Isi Buku Pelajaran Isi buku pelajaran berupa teori, konsep, formula atau aturan terkini dilengkapi dengan contoh-contoh masalah atau studi kasus serta solusinya. Isi buku harus orsinil dengan merujuk dari berbagai sumber. Informasi tepat, dapat dipercaya dan dipertanggungjawabkan kepada pembaca dan semua pihak terkait. Isi tersusun dengan baik atau dengan alur informasi yang mudah dipahami. Buku pelajaran dan diktat yang baik memenuhi tiga aspek pendidikan yaitu ilmu pengetahuan (knowledge), keterampilan (skills) dan sikap atau perilaku (attitude). Aspek tersebut seperti yang dinyatakan oleh UNESCO (1994) yaitu...

Annual Report 2012 - World Tourism Organization UNWTO

UNWTO Annual Report 2012 Published by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Madrid, Spain. First printing: 2013 All rights reserved. Printed in Spain. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinions whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the World Tourism Organization concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Calle Capitán Haya, 42 28020 Madrid Spain Tel.: (+34) 915 678 100 Fax: (+34) 915 713 733 Website: E-mail: Citation: World Tourism Organization (2013), UNWTO Annual Report 2012, UNWTO, Madrid. publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, work and is pleased to consider permissions, licensing, and translation requests related to UNWTO publications. Permission to photocopy UNWTO material in Spain must be obtained through: Calle Monte Esquinza, 14 28010 Madrid Spain Fax: (+34) 913 08 63 27 Website: E-mail: For authorization of the reproduction of UNWTO works outside of Spain, please contact one of CEDRO’s partner organizations, with which bilateral agreements are in place (see: For all remaining countries as well as for other permissions, requests should be addressed directly to the World Tourism Organization. For applications see: Printed by: Impacto Creativo de Comunicación SL C/ Menéndez Pidal, 9. Portal A, 2º C 28660 Boadilla del Monte T: 91 633 45 80 - 618 51 74 29 Introduction /p.2 1. Tourism in numbers /p. 6 2. Mainstreaming tourism in the global agenda /p. 10 3. Improving tourism competitiveness /p. 16 4. Promoting sustainable tourism development /p. 24 5. Advancing tourism´s contribution to poverty reduction and development /p. 36 6. Fostering knowledge, education and capacity-building /p. 46 7. Partnerships for tourism /p. 52 8. Regional programmes - a direct support to the Member States /p. 58 Annexes /p. 66 2012: International tourism hits one billion Against this background, 2012 was marked by substantial steps taken towards strengthening the Organization’s contribution to both the tourism competitiveness and sustainability of its Member States. 2012 was a milestone year for tourism; over one billion tourists travelled the globe in a single year. Five to six billion more are expected to have travelled within their own countries. consider that just over 60 years ago the number of international tourists worldwide stood at a mere 25 million. Never before did so many people travel to so...

BLICATIONS - World Tourism Organization UNWTO

The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer aims at providing all those involved in tourism with up-to-date statistics and adequate analysis, in a timely fashion. Issues cover short-term tourism trends, a retrospective and prospective evaluation of current tourism performance by the UNWTO Panel of Experts, and a summary of economic data relevant for tourism. The information is updated throughout the year. Available in English, French, Spanish and Russian Tourism Towards 2030 UNWTO Tourism Towards 2030 is UNWTO’s long-term outlook and assessment of future tourism trends from 2010 to 2030. It is a broad research project building on UNWTO’s on-going work in the field of long-term forecasting, initiated in the 1990s. Key outputs of the study are quantitative projections for international tourism flows up until 2030, based on data series on international tourist arrivals by subregion of destination, region of origin and mode of transport for the period 1980-2010. Available in English Key Outbound Tourism Markets in South-East Asia Asia and the Pacific is not only a major tourism destination region but also an increasingly important tourism outbound market. This study, a collaborative project between Tourism Australia (TA) and UNWTO, aims to provide an up-to-date perspective of the major tourism trends in five...

Directory of statistical services of international organisations World ...

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations and the leading international organization in the field of tourism. It serves as a global forum for tourism policy issues and a practical source of tourism know-how. UNWTO plays a central and decisive role in promoting the development of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism, paying particular attention to the interests of developing countries. UNWTO is based in Madrid, Spain. UNWTO Department of Statistics and Tourism Satellite Account (TSA)’s mission is to foster the development of national Systems of Tourism Statistics (STS), the international comparability of tourism statistics and the macroeconomic analysis of tourism by means of internationally agreed recommendations (International Recommendations for Tourism Statistics 2008 –IRTS 2008- and 2008 Tourism Satellite Account: Recommended Methodological Framework –TSA:RMF 2008-) and to design the required guidance, initiatives and tools for their implementation. Compilation guidance, for implementing the new IRTS 2008, and reinforcement of international comparability of basic tourism statistics data; Dissemination of TSA data and fostering of the macroeconomic analysis of tourism; Technical assistance for Member States on tourism statistics and TSA; Cooperation within the UN System. Agreement between the United Nations and the World Tourism Organization, 58th session of the UN General Assembly, October 2003 ”Article 13 Statistical services 1. The United Nations and the World Tourism Organization agree to strive for the maximum...

Tourism - UNEP
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Chapter Coordinating Author: Lawrence Pratt, Director of the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development (CLACDS), INCAE Business School, Alajuela, Costa Rica. Lead authors also included Luis Rivera, Economics Consultant and Amos Bien, Sustainable Tourism Consultant. Nicolas Bertrand of UNEP managed the chapter, including the handling of peer reviews, interacting with the coordinating author on revisions, conducting supplementary research, conducting preliminary editing and bringing the chapter to final production. Derek Eaton reviewed and edited the modelling section of the chapter. The chapter was developed in partnership with the World Tourism Organization. The project manager for UNWTO was Luigi Cabrini, Director, Sustainable Tourism Programme. Background Technical Papers prepared for the development of this chapter were drafted by the following individuals: James Alin (Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia), Ravinder Batta (Government of Himachal Pradesh, India), Tom Baum (University of Strathclyde, UK), Kelly Bricker (University of Utah, USA and TIES Board of Directors, USA), Rachel Dodds (Sustaining Tourism, Canada), Ramesh Durbarry (University of Technology, Mauritius), Ioanna Farsari (Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece), Carolyn George (TEAM Tourism Consulting, UK), Stefan Gössling (Lund University, Sweden), Gui Lohmann (Southern Copyright © United Nations Environment Programme, 2011 Version -- 02.11.2011

Regional markets
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Projects financed from open regional fund for Southeast Europe – regional networks Wild Beauty Biljana Bozovic National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro Wild Beauty Mision Montenegro Customer Care +382 1300 / 31 digital information points / E-learning program Belgrade, Serbia Our offices Abroad Frankfurt, Germany Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 Wild Beauty • International markets EUEurope & Russia • Local market • Regional markets …three markets CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 Wild Beauty „Experience Wild Beauty” -CNN -Euronews -BBC -Travel Channel CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 Wild Beauty “Joint Promotion and Increased Level of Safety of Nautical Tourism in Dubrovnik-Neretva County and Montenegrin Coast ” Hydrographic Institute of the Republic of Croatia (HHI) Hydrological and Meteorological Service of Montenegro (HI-M) University of Dubrovnik (DU), Maritime Department National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro (NTOMNE) CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010

What is the Local Government Pathway to Sustainable Tourism Toolkit

LOCAL GOVERNMENT PATHWAYS TO SUSTAINABLE TOURISM STEP 2: ENGAGING PARTNERS WORKBOOK The tourism industry is made up of a large number of small to medium enterprises (SMEs). Before initiating tourism planning and investment programs, it is important for local governments to have a clear understanding of who is already active in tourism in the region. Sustainable destinations are those where all stakeholders, including local governments, tourism operators and suppliers, work in partnership toward common goals. While local governments are a key partner, they need to work closely with a range of inter-related organisations. Within this framework each partner has a clear role and responsibility and communicates effectively with local, regional and state tourism bodies to better leverage from the activities of others. Diagram 1 is an example of a regional tourism network model. The implementation of a sustainable tourism planning process must involve ongoing engagement with all the identified stakeholders. Tourism operators and suppliers  Suppliers of products & experiences  Collaboration and communication Local Government  Local marketing within the region  Local visitor services (VIC’s)  Local product development Regional Economic Dev. Organisations ...

Tourism Management Strategic use of information technologies in ...

Information technologies (ITs) prevail all functions of strategic and operational management. As information is the lifeblood of tourism, ITs provide both opportunities and challenges for the industry. Despite the uncertainty experienced in the developments of ITs in tourism, the "only constant will be change". Increasingly, organisations and destinations, which need to compete will be forced to compute. Unless the current tourism industry improves its competitiveness, by utilising the emerging ITs and innovative management methods, there is a danger for exogenous players to enter the marketplace, jeopardising the position of the existing ones. Only creative and innovative suppliers will be able to survive the competition in the new millennium. This paper provides a framework for the utilisation of technology in tourism by adopting a strategic perspective. A continuous business process re-engineering is proposed in order to ensure that a wide range of prerequisites such as vision, rational organisation, commitment and training are in place, so they can enable destinations and principals to capitalise on the unprecedented opportunities emerging through ITs.

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