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North America - Delta
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Whitehorse Ft. McMurray Prince George Edmonton Vancouver Victoria Abbotsford Bellingham Calgary/Banff Kelowna Saskatoon Deer Lake St. John’s, NL CANADA Seattle/Tacoma Wenatchee ALASKA CANADA Fairbanks Anchorage Spokane Medford Charlottetown Williston Idaho Falls Jackson Hole Pocatello Elko Santa Rosa Reno/Tahoe San Sacramento Francisco Oakland San Jose Mammoth Lakes St. George Las Vegas Burbank Los Angeles Rapid City Gillette Hayden/Steamboat Springs Ontario Palm Springs Long Beach Orange County San Diego Fargo Thunder Bay Chisholm/ Hibbing Brainerd Halifax Albuquerque Phoenix/Scottsdale Tulsa Oklahoma City Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem Raleigh/Durham New Bern Charlotte Jacksonville/Camp Lejeune Greenville/ Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg Chattanooga Spartanburg Wilmington Huntsville/ Columbia Myrtle Beach Decatur Nashville Memphis Dallas/ Ft. Worth (DFW) Dallas Love Field (DAL) El Paso/ Ciudad Juárez Killeen/Ft. Hood Kauai Oahu San Antonio Kahului Columbus/ Starkville/ West Point Monroe Shreveport Jackson Alexandria Houston (IAH, HOU) Maui Birmingham Kona Pacific Ocean Atlanta Augusta Columbus/Ft. Benning Montgomery Lafayette Baton Rouge Mobile Gulfport/Biloxi New Orleans Ft. Walton Beach Charleston Valdosta Tallahassee Panama City Gainesville Brunswick Sarasota/Bradenton MEXICO Harlingen/ South Padre Island Delta Air Lines/Delta Connection/ Delta Joint Venture Route Jacksonville Future Route Service Daytona Beach Route served by Alaska Airlines/ Horizon Air Orlando Tampa/St. Petersburg Hawaii Atlantic Ocean Savannah Pensacola Hilo H AWA I I Knoxville Asheville Dothan Albany Austin Honolulu Montreal Ottawa Tri-Cities Fayetteville/ Northwest Arkansas Ft. Smith Little Rock Tucson Lihue Sault Ste. Marie Marquette Duluth Bangor Rhinelander Iron Mountain Pellston/Mackinac Island Escanaba Portland Burlington Alpena Wausau Green Bay Traverse City Minneapolis/ Manchester Toronto St. Paul Appleton/ Albany Boston Syracuse Fox Cities Midland/ Rochester Grand Sioux Falls La Crosse Rochester Hartford/ Rapids Saginaw Ithaca Springfield Milwaukee Martha’s Vineyard Buffalo/ Elmira/ Flint Binghamton Nantucket Niagara FallsCorning Madison Kalamazoo/ Providence Lansing Newburgh Wilkes-Barre/ White Plains Battle Creek Scranton Detroit Erie Cleveland Cedar Rapids/ Chicago New York (JFK, LGA) South Bend State Omaha Iowa City Newark (ORD, MDW) Akron/Canton College Allentown Des Moines Peoria Philadelphia Bloomington Ft. Wayne Pittsburgh Lincoln

Delta One-Stop Connections from International Cities to SLC

Abuja Nigeria Accra Ghana Accra Ghana Amman Jordan Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Netherlands Antigua West Indies Aruba Athens Greece Barbados Barcelona Spain Barcelona Spain Beijing China Berlin Germany Bonaire Neth. Antilles Brasilia DF Brazil Brussels Belgium Brussels Belgium Budapest Hungary Buenos Aires Argentina Cancun Mexico Cancun Mexico Caracas Venezuela Copenhagen Denmark Copenhagen Denmark Cozumel Mexico Curacao Neth. Antilles Dubai U.A. Emirates Dublin Ireland Dusseldorf Germany Fortaleza Brazil Frankfurt Germany Frankfurt Germany Freeport Bahamas George Town Bahamas Georgetown Guyana Grand Caymon Is. West Indies Guayaquil Ecuador Halifax NS Canada Istanbul Turkey Johnnnesburg South Africa FIRST STOP Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Boston, MA Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Memphis, TN Memphis, TN Portland, OR Seattle/Tacoma, WA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Seattle/Tacoma, WA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Memphis, TN Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA DESTINATION Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT Delta One-Stop Connections from International Cities to SLC ORIGIN Kiev Ukraine Kinsgston Jamaica Lagos Nigeria Liberia Costa Rica Lima Peru London England London England Madrid Spain Malaga Spain Managua Nicaragua Manchester England UK Manchester England UK Milan Italy Milan Italy Montego Bay Jamaica Montego Bay Jamaica Montreal QC Canada Montreal QC Canada Montreal QC Canada Moscow Russian Fed. Munich Germany Nassau Bahamas Nice France Osaka Japan Ottawa ON Canada Panama City Panama Pisa Italy Prague Czech Rep. Prague Czech Rep. Providenciales Turks & Caicos Is. Puerto Plata Dominican Rep. Punta Cana Dominican Rep. Punta Cana Dominican Rep. Quebec City QC Canada Quito Ecuador Rio De Janeiro Brazil Roatan Honduras Rome Italy Rome Italy San Jose Costa Rica Santiago Chile Santiago Dominican Rep. Santo Domingo Dominican Rep. Santo Domingo Dominican Rep. Sao Paulo Brazil Sao Paulo Brazil Sao Paulo Brazil FIRST STOP Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Memphis, TN Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Memphis, TN Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Seattle/Tacoma, WA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Atlanta, GA Detroit, MI Los Angeles, CA

NONSTOP DAILY FLIGHTS FROM BWI
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DOMESTIC DESTINATIONS ALBANY, NY ALBUQUERQUE, NM ATLANTA, GA AUSTIN, TX BIRMINGHAM, AL BOSTON, MA BRANSON, MO BUFFALO, NY CHARLESTON, SC CHARLOTTE, NC CHICAGO, IL (MIDWAY AIRPORT) CHICAGO, IL (O' HARE AIRPORT) CINCINNATI, OH CLEVELAND, OH COLUMBUS, OH DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX DAYTON, OH DENVER, CO DETROIT, MI (METRO WAYNE COUNTY) FORT LAUDERDALE, FL FORT MYERS, FL GRAND RAPIDS, MI GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG, SC HAGERSTOWN, MD HARTFORD, CT HOUSTON, TX (HOBBY) HOUSTON, TX (INTERCONTINENTAL) INDIANAPOLIS, IN JACKSON, MS JACKSONVILLE, FL KANSAS CITY, MO LANCASTER, PA LAS VEGAS, NV LITTLE ROCK, AR LONG ISLAND, NY LOS ANGELES, CA LOUISVILLE, KY MANCHESTER, NH MIAMI, FL MILWAUKEE, WI MINNEAPOLIS/SAINT PAUL, MN NASHVILLE, TN NEW ORLEANS, LA NEW YORK, NY (JFK) NEW YORK, NY (LAGUARDIA) NEWARK, NJ NORFOLK, VA OKLAHOMA CITY, OK ORLANDO, FL PANAMA CITY, FL PHILADELPHIA, PA PHOENIX, AZ PITTSBURGH, PA PORTLAND, ME PROVIDENCE, RI RALEIGH/DURHAM, NC ROCHESTER, NY SAINT LOUIS, MO SALT LAKE CITY, UT SAN ANTONIO, TX SAN DIEGO, CA SAN FRANCISCO, CA SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO TAMPA/SAINT PETERSBURG, FL WEST PALM BEACH, FL INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS ARUBA BERMUDA CANCUN, MEXICO FRANKFURT, GERMANY LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA NASSAU, BAHAMAS TORONTO, CANADA TOTAL DESTINATIONS 73 Source: OAG, BWI carriers *Denotes weekly frequencies Sep-12 # OF NONSTOPS ALB ABQ ATL AUS BHM BOS BKG BUF CHS CLT MDW ORD CVG CLE CMH DFW DAY DEN DTW FLL RSW GRR GSP HGR BDL HOU IAH IND JAN JAX MCI LNS LAS LIT ISP LAX SDF MHT MIA MKE MSP BNA MSY JFK LGA EWR ORF OKC MCO ECP PHL PHX PIT PWM PVD RDU ROC STL SLC SAT SAN SFO SJU TPA PBI SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN (5), DELTA (12), SOUTHWEST (4) SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN (6), JETBLUE (5), SOUTHWEST (5) AIRTRAN SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN (3), US AIRWAYS (9) SOUTHWEST AMERICAN (5), UNITED (6) DELTA SOUTHWEST (4), UNITED (4) SOUTHWEST AMERICAN (6), SPIRIT (1) AIRTRAN SOUTHWEST (4), UNITED (3) DELTA (6), SOUTHWEST (4) AIRTRAN (7), SOUTHWEST (3), SPIRIT (2) SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN SOUTHWEST CAPE AIR SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST UNITED SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST CAPE AIR SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN (1), SOUTHWEST (2), UNITED (1) SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AMERICAN AIRTRAN (1), SOUTHWEST (3) DELTA SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AMERICAN (1), DELTA (4) SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST (3), UNITED (4) SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN (6), SOUTHWEST (5) SOUTHWEST US AIRWAYS SOUTHWEST (3), US AIRWAYS (2) SOUTHWEST AIRTRAN SOUTHWEST DELTA (3), SOUTHWEST (6) AIRTRAN SOUTHWEST DELTA (2), SOUTHWEST (1) SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST UNITED AIRTRAN AIRTRAN (3), SOUTHWEST (5) SOUTHWEST

Newsletter No - IWA-BS
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Oct 15, 2010 ... Article: Lecture with Aygül Özkan. Newsletter Team. Hello my name is… Reminder Members Area. General Information. Planned Events in ... weather all the time but – by golly, do I have a few things to say about our summer!!! But, I will keep my word and shan’t say a word. From what I heard from many people it has been quite a busy summer for most of us. I hope that at least some of you got a bit of a rest and at least had time to enjoy the good weather while it lasted. Now the Autumn holidays are nearly upon us and it is time to review what we have been up to since June this year: News from the Cultural Heritage Circle 3 Tips for Kids Article: Historical Tram Ride. This event was run by an organisation called ‘Writers Ink’ and was held in English. We would like to thank this group for very kindly including us. It was a lovely and interesting reading. Our president, Marianne Wandt and her husband Adalbert invited us to their home for the opening match of the Soccer World Cup in South Africa between Mexico and South Africa. A huge group of 40 people from the IWA-BS followed their invitation and watched the match on their very large TV. Marianne and Adalbert had put up tables and chairs outside and offered us a splendid selection of cakes followed by a BBQ in great style accompanied by drinks and salads. This really was a fantastic afternoon and evening that was enjoyed by everyone who attended. Our sincere thanks to them both for hosting this event and for inviting all of us to share this with them.

FIFA World Cup 2014 Schedule in PDF - World Map

5. 6. 8. 9. 55. 56. 58. 59. Copyright © 2014 www.mapsofworld.com. Sat. Sat. Tue. Tue. Sun. Sun. Brazil. Colombia. Netherlands. Costa Rica. France. Germany. Copyright © 2014 www.mapsofworld.com Germany Colombia Belgium Costa Rica Germany Argentina Netherlands Germany 58 59 Brazil France Argentina Netherlands Brazil Tue Tue Chile Uruguay Mexico Greece Nigeria Algeria Switzerland USA Brazil Netherlands 55 56 Brazil Colombia Netherlands Costa Rica France Germany Argentina Belgium Argentina

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Climate Change Home - World Bank
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Development and Climate Change: A Strategic Framework for the World Bank Group Contents Executive summary .......................................................................................................................... i 1. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................1 2. Implementation Progress: Supporting Country-led Climate Actions......................................... 5 3. Implementation Progress: Mobilizing Finance and Markets ................................................... 18 4. Implementation Progress: Fostering Innovation, Knowledge, and Capacity ........................... 32 5. Implementation Progress: Global Impact through Strategic Partnerships ................................ 39 6. Institutional Arrangements and Results .................................................................................... 43 7. Emerging Lessons and Directions.............................................................................................. 46 Annexes Annex 1. Implementation Progress for Key Actions and Deliverables .........................................54 Annex 2. IFC Climate-Positive Investments and Innovation ........................................................62 Annex 3. Addressing Climate Change–Related Programs in the World Bank Regions ..............65 Annex 4. Climate Investment Funds .............................................................................................78 Annex 5. Main Climate Finance Instruments the WBG can use ...................................................80 Boxes Box 1. Several COP-15 Outcomes Are Important for the WBG’s Development Mandate .......................... 3 Box 3. Climate Issues in Country Assistance/Partnership Strategies ........................................................... 6 Box 4. Scaling Up Adaptation Efforts Across Sectors and Regions—Highlights from FY09 ..................... 8 Box 5. Disaster Response Management and the Climate Change Adaptation Nexus .................................. 9 Box 6. Programmatic Approaches to Addressing Climate Change in Agriculture and Rural Development .................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Box 7. Promoting Urban Energy-Efficient Programs and Sustainable Energy Planning ........................... 11 Box 9. Scaling Up Renewable Energy Markets .......................................................................................... 13 Box 10. World Bank Group Experience Financing Energy Efficiency ...................................................... 14 Box 11. Energy Access for Sustainable Development................................................................................ 15 Box 12. Flared Gas Reduction for Energy Access in Africa ...................................................................... 16 Box 13. Multistakeholder Partnership for the Urban Transport Transformation Project (UTTP) in Mexico .................................................................................................................................................................... 17 Box 14. CTF: Thirteen Investment Plans Endorsed with an Overall Funding Envelope of $4.4 billion Leveraging additional $36 billion ............................................................................................................... 19 Box 15. Piloting Climate Resilience ........................................................................................................... 21 Box 16. IDA as a Platform for Climate-Smart Development ..................................................................... 23 Box 17. Carbon Finance: Building on Experience and Looking Forward .................................................. 24 Box 19. Innovation in Catastrophe Weather-Risk Financing ..................................................................... 26

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The Cisco Connected World Technology Report

Timing and Sample Qualifications • This report discusses the findings for 1,441 College Students (age 18–24) and 1,412 Employees (21–29) who completed an online survey between May 13 and June 8, 2011. • The survey was translated and fielded in 14 countries to gain approximately 100 completes for each subgroup in each country (~200 total completes per country). • Countries: United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, India, China, Japan, Australia • Respondents were screened to meet the following criteria: – College Graduate or Higher – Employed Full Time in a Non-IT role – Does not work for a company in the Market Research or Non Profit Industry – Works for an organization that employs 10+ people worldwide • Quotas were set to ensure an even distribution of completes by gender. Subgroup Analysis • Statistical differences between country subgroups were tested at the 95% confidence level and are indicated with capital letters in the analysis that follows. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 2 © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 3 The Internet Students and Young Professionals share similar perceptions on the importance of the Internet. For most, accessing the Internet through their computer is their primary information and news source and an integral part of their daily life. • Roughly half of Students (49%) and End Users (47%) consider the Internet to be ‗close‘ in importance to water, food, air, and shelter in their lives; and one-third of respondents in each subgroup consider the Internet to be as important as these critical needs.

Gen Y: New Dawn for work, play, identity - Cisco

... Korea, India, China, Japan, Australia. THE THIRD ANNUAL CISCO CONNECTED WORLD TECHNOLOGY REPORT. COLLEGE STUDENTS and WORKERS. The survey was translated into local languages and conducted in August 2012 across 18 countries to gain approximately 100 completes for each subgroup in each country 18 Countries: United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Netherlands, Russia, Poland, Turkey, South Africa, Korea, India, China, Japan, Australia Smartphones rival laptops as a preferred device by Gen Y. 60% of Gen Y compulsively check their smart phones for emails, texts or social media updates. Over two out of five would feel “anxious, like part of me was missing” if they couldn’t check their smart phones constantly. Two out of three spend equal or more time online with friends than in person If you had to choose only one device, what would it be?favored laptops preferred smartphone Smartphones rated twice as popular as desktop PC And three times as popular as a tablet.

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