Antique and Vintage Pieces Make Great Holiday Gifts

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Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2021

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Clockwise, Hohner harmonica, catcher’s mitt, puzzle box, birdbath, wedding photo frame, Shirley Temple dish and mug

Local restrictions are making it hard to find holiday gifts. Kovels.com has 7 gift suggestions you can find online for collectors who “think outside the box.”

CLEVELAND, OHIO, US, December 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — It’s not too late to buy holiday gifts for your collector friends. Terry Kovel suggests fun and useful vintage gifts for collectors who like the unusual, the historic, and the durable, and like to “think outside the box.” Kovels.com can help with ideas and pricing.

1) Look for a gift that will create memories. Consider the blue glass Shirley Temple set that was free with a box of Wheaties in the 1930s. Today the set, a mug, pitcher and bowl, sells for $30 to $50. Or look for other inexpensive premiums praising stars like Hopalong Cassidy or the Jetsons.

2) Try to find something antique or repurposed for the garden. If your friends have a vintage cement birdbath, it can become a garden fountain when you gift them with a new electric water spout that requires no attachments. Just put it in the water. Birdhouses are attractive additions to a garden, and birds will move into a vintage house if it is cleaned and put in a safe place. Vintage birdhouses are often left in the back yard of a sold house, cost very little, or are free. Need a gift for a friend who collects full-sized cars or toy examples? How about a damaged car grill from a flea market or an auto repair shop to hang on a fence with antique radiator covers and other decorative metal pieces? Rusty, shiny chrome or repainted examples look great and can stay on the fence year round. Children like fairies and gnomes, and short garden figures, old or new, are popular this year. Iron or cement figures can be painted and used for many years. Iron gnomes were placed in gardens in Germany in the mid-1800s for good luck. Cement copies were popular in 1950s gardens. They last for years. New, large cement gnomes sell for about $100. An antique iron gnome is $1,500 or more.

3) Need a collectible gift for a sports fan? Look online for old, used catcher’s mitts. They look antique because the modern mitts are smaller and more streamlined. They can be placed on a porch chair as a conversation starter. Vintage signed baseballs are also good gifts. So are old golf balls and footballs. Autographed examples are usually high priced. Most people don’t realize how much all sporting equipment has changed and improved over the years, so an antique ball or glove is a conversation piece.

4) Would your friends like a magic gift? Old puzzles, especially attractive wooden trinket boxes that have a secret lock, are available. There are even magic auctions where real magicians’ tricks and props are sold (along with the information on how to make them work in a sealed envelope.) Posters advertising magic shows from the late 1800s and 1900s are selling for $500 and up to be framed as art, but inexpensive copies are also sold online.

5) Is your friend or relative interested in music? It’s easy to find a vintage guitar, piano or accordion, but the least expensive musical choice is an old harmonica. It has been a neglected instrument, but today some young bands are adding the unfamiliar notes to modern songs using vintage instruments.

6) There are lots of other antiques, moderately priced, but not remembered. Things like the “wedding picture” frame, popular in the 1930s, made to hold the bride’s photograph. It always had a wide back border and was displayed on the family piano.

7) Best of all, give the best book of antiques and collectibles prices, the 53rd edition of Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide. In addition to 11,500 all new and expert-reviewed prices and 3,000 photographs, Kovels’ 2021 Price Guide includes record prices, tips on trends, surprises, and clever fakes, plus a special insert on Collecting Trends: Twentieth-Century Lighting.

About Kovels
Terry Kovel and Kim Kovel provide collectors and researchers with up-to-date and informed information on antiques and collectibles. The company was founded in 1953 by Terry and her late husband, Ralph. The Kovels have written over 100 books, dozens of leaflets, and created three series about antiques for television.

Kovels.com, online since 1998, offers a bird’s-eye view of the market through latest news, over 1 million prices, and advice. Read auction reports, answers to thousands of readers’ questions, a marks dictionary, and antiques & collectibles identification guides covering antiques from 1750 to 2010. Also included is the digital edition of Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles Newsletter including 46 years of archives. To stay in touch, subscribe to Kovels free weekly email, Kovels Komments, at Kovels.com.

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Can Robots Be Jewish? And Other Pressing Questions of Modern Life

New book features rabbis answering questions from whether robots can be Jewish to whether children’s genes should be edited.

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, December 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are there things that can’t be forgiven? Do Jews believe in an afterlife? Is democracy a Jewish idea? Does Jewish law forbid racism? Should we edit our children’s genes? Can robots be Jewish?

These questions and more are answered by rabbis from Humanist and Reform to Orthodox and beyond, in “Can Robots be Jewish?,” a new book from MomentBooks, Based on Moment Magazine’s popular “Ask the Rabbis” feature, it includes fun and thoughtful answers to an array of timely and timeless questions. Sometimes the rabbis agree―but not often. What results is a deep interrogation of Jewish text, law and commentary and an unparalleled look at the breadth, creativity and continued relevance of the Jewish tradition.

“Can Robots Be Jewish? is a celebration—of the ongoing vitality of the Jewish encounter with modernity, of the shared religious language that persists across denominations, of the spiritual power of machloket l’shem Shamayim, argument for the sake of Heaven,” says Yossi Klein Halevi, senior fellow, Shalom Hartman Institute and author of Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor. No matter where you position yourself on the Jewish spectrum, this book is a gift.”

Says MomentBooks editor-in-chief, Nadine Epstein. “This is a smart, hip and provocative book for anyone interested in the rich diversity of Jewish thought on contemporary questions. You don’t have to be a scholar to get a lot from these lively, accessible voices.”

As the book’s editor, Amy E. Schwartz provides delightful commentary, celebrating the rabbinic impulse to question every assumption and highlighting the sometimes surprising ways ancient texts can speak to us today. Rabbi Irving Yitzchak Greenberg writes the foreword; Rabbi Shira Stutman writes the afterword.

About:

Amy E. Schwartz (editor) is Moment’s opinion and book editor, as well as editor of the magazine’s “Ask the Rabbis” feature. She previously was a longtime editorial writer and op-ed columnist at The Washington Post, and also worked for Harper’s, The New Republic and The Wilson Quarterly. She is president of the non-denominational Jewish Study Center in Washington, DC and speaks and runs workshops on topics of Jewish commentary, psalms and literature nationwide.

Rabbi Irving (Yitz) Greenberg (foreword) is president of the Hadar Institute’s J.J. Greenberg Institute for the Advancement of Jewish Life. His books include The Jewish Way, Sage Advice: Pirkei Avot and the forthcoming The Triumph of Life.

Rabbi Shira Stutman is the senior rabbi at Sixth & I in Washington, DC, rabbi-in-residence for the Jewish Federations of North America and teaches on the faculty of the Wexner Foundation’s Heritage Program. She has been named one of America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis by The Forward, a Woman to Watch by Jewish Women International, and a notable rabbi by Tablet Magazine.

MomentBooks is the imprint of Moment, an independent magazine that since its founding in 1975 by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein has produced award-winning, in-depth reporting on issues that trouble, concern, excite and inspire American Jews. It has been led by Nadine Epstein since 2004. MomentBooks publishes creative written and visual nonfiction and fiction to inspire and enlighten readers. This book is a partnership with Mandel Vilar Press.

To arrange an interview, request a review copy or more information, contact Pat Lewis plewis@momentmag.com or 202.363.6422.

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Keeping It Clean and Healthy

Privatization of Facility Management in Public Hospitals

A book containing information about facilities management

COOKSTOWN, NEW JERSEY, USA, December 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Healthcare facilities like hospitals need a lot of upkeep and maintenance to ensure the health of its patients and workers. However, there is more to managing these kinds of facilities than simply making sure everything is sanitized daily. As times change, so too should hospitals and other healthcare facilities in order to keep up with advancing technologies and cutting-edge methodologies. Author Hong Poh Fan’s book, Privatization of Facility Management in Public Hospitals, sheds light on the inner workings of facilities management.

Hong Poh Fan is a professional engineering and chartered engineer with MICE, UK, and currently operates a consultant engineering firm. Fan graduated with a BSc from University of Manchester, UK, doing so with honors. He also has an MBA from Brunel University, UK and has vast experience in facility management and engineering, clocking in 20 years of facility management in hospitals. It is from his wealth of knowledge and experience in this field that Fan had drawn upon in writing this book.

The goal of the book is to inform readers interested in learning more about facility management and support services in healthcare facilities, particularly those in developing countries like Malaysia. The book contains information such as the brief history of privatization development, the process of privatization, five hospital support services, benefits and shortcomings, and so on. It is intended for readers who are in the medical fields as well as for engineers and technical professionals with a keen interest in facilities management in medical centers.

It is one of the few books about facility management and engineering in health care. Get your copy today!

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A Groundhog of a Story

Sarah Beara and Her Groundhog

A tale of being one with nature and the self

COOKSTOWN, NEW JERSEY, USA, December 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — During the formative years of their youth, girls can have very big dreams. These dreams can be ones that would, when manifested into reality, change their lives and in turn, the world. But when these dreams are shattered, especially when it is through no fault of their own, the change in their lives can be very negative. And when this happens, a new journey unfolds that perhaps can lead to a different kind of happy ending. This is the story of author Jan Willemsen’s book Sarah Beara and Her Groundhog.

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Jan Willemsen found his passion to write this book while growing up in Grey County, a subregion of Southern Ontario. And it shows; his proximity to nature and the wilderness definitely seeped into his writing of this story. Jan and his wife eventually left Toronto and moved into their second home, where they raised their kids. They were later granted the titles of grandpa and grandma as their children themselves got married and had children of their own.

This book is an amazing story of hope and redemption after things go horribly wrong and a young girl’s lofty dreams are shattered by situations out of her control. Ravaged with guilt and tormented by her wrong choices, she isolates herself from her loving family and friends, moving further away from who she was before. However, her journey brings her closer to nature, to familiar places she visited previously, and this time, things would be different.
This heartwarming tale is a must-have for fans of stories about the human condition. Get your copy today! You can also learn more about the book in Jan Willemsen’s website, www.sarahbearaandhergroundhog.com.

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Nineteen Making an Impact During the COVID-19 Pandemic

19 Fighting COVID-19 Audible book cover

19 Fighting COVID-19 Audible book cover

Chuck Bolton

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Chuck Bolton’s bestselling book, 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest, is now available on Audible

During a perilous time, we need people who show us the way forward. We crave the stories of others who execute with purpose and passion, who make a real impact, so we’re inspired to do the same.”

— Chuck Bolton

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, December 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the COVID-19 crisis spreads across the USA like wildfire, it has disrupted every aspect of American life. Nearly sixteen million cases have been diagnosed and over two hundred ninety-two thousand have died in our country. Businesses, schools, places of worship, families and individuals have all been affected. Many people are in crisis, desperate for assistance. Our way of life has been disturbed. While we wait for a return to normal, there are reasons for hope.

“While we are optimistic about the vaccines, what continues to amaze us during the crisis are the everyday heroes – people just like you and me – who operate and lead with hope and a sense of purpose, who make a positive impact despite the consequences”, says Chuck Bolton, CEO executive coach and author of international bestselling book, 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest, now available on Audible at Amazon.

Bolton continues, “The definition of impact is having a strong effect on someone or something. As the crisis grew, we saw our world change. During a perilous time, we need people who show us the way forward. We crave the stories of others – in ways small and large – who execute with purpose and with passion, who make a real difference, so we’re inspired to do the same.”

In the 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest book, Bolton identified nineteen people in Minnesota who operate with purpose and passion to assist others. People playing their part during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the fight for racial justice.

After 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest was released this summer in paperback and Kindle formats, it quickly rose to bestseller status in several categories in the USA, Canada and Australia. Now, for those who prefer to listen to books, it is available on Audible.

Renowned narrator, Frank Pleticha, brings the nineteen stories to life. He connects with his audience, putting the listener at ease with his soothing and trustworthy voice. The stories Pleticha shares of these unsung heroes include:

• An ICU nurse who cares for the sickest COVID patients and shares her moving story.
• A school bus manager who leads her district’s effort to keep the students fed.
• A CEO who pivoted his company to increase production 10-fold to meet the demand for a critical product in treating coronavirus.
• A 21-year-old graduate student who orchestrated the clean-up of the looted Lake Street Target store in Minneapolis.
• A music teacher who lifts the spirits of thousands every Friday night since mid-March through her Facebook Live performances. Performing for a global audience, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz called her his “Good Story of the Day” during a COVID update.
• The uplifting and encouraging stories of fourteen other Minnesotans who every day create an impact.

During this treacherous period, we seek inspiration from people who capture hearts and minds, who show us the path through the storm. Their stories fill us with optimism, hope and inspiration. Students and young adults who face uncertainty about the present and future will be especially encouraged listening to the stories of these role models who make a positive difference.

In today’s volatile and uncertain world, if ever there was a time for a book about people who make an impact, now is the time.

In the spirit of creating an impact, 100% of the author’s proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to Second Harvest Heartland, one of the nation’s largest foodbanks, headquartered in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. With one in eight Minnesotans facing food insecurity, including one in four children, food relief is imperative. Passionate about eliminating food insecurity, narrator Frank Pleticha has graciously donated his narration services to serve this cause, too.

Here’s the link to the book: https://www.amazon.com/19-Fighting-COVID-19-Creating-Pandemic-ebook/dp/B08BCNVWK8/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

About Chuck Bolton
Chuck Bolton is a coach and advisor to CEOs and a six-time bestselling author.

Since 2000, Chuck has shown his clients how to reinvent their impact and create massive value through his coaching firm, The Bolton Group LLC. He loves inspiring and encouraging others to become their best, so they can make a unique difference in the world.

Chuck coaches and consults with leaders in the medical device, healthcare and life sciences sectors. In his prior corporate career, Chuck served as the group vice president, human resources for Boston Scientific.

Chuck Bolton
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612-229-1020

Working out of his audio studio in the Blue Ridge Mountains, narrator Frank Pleticha can be reached at: https://frankpletichavo.com

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Nineteen Making an Impact During the COVID-19 Pandemic

19 Fighting COVID-19 Audible book cover

19 Fighting COVID-19 Audible book cover

Chuck Bolton

Chuck Bolton

Chuck Bolton’s bestselling book, 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest, is now available on Audible

During a perilous time, we need people who show us the way forward. We crave the stories of others who execute with purpose and passion, who make a real impact, so we’re inspired to do the same.”

— Chuck Bolton

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, December 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the COVID-19 crisis spreads across the USA like wildfire, it has disrupted every aspect of American life. Nearly sixteen million cases have been diagnosed and over two hundred ninety-two thousand have died in our country. Businesses, schools, places of worship, families and individuals have all been affected. Many people are in crisis, desperate for assistance. Our way of life has been disturbed. While we wait for a return to normal, there are reasons for hope.

“While we are optimistic about the vaccines, what continues to amaze us during the crisis are the everyday heroes – people just like you and me – who operate and lead with hope and a sense of purpose, who make a positive impact despite the consequences”, says Chuck Bolton, CEO executive coach and author of international bestselling book, 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest, now available on Audible at Amazon.

Bolton continues, “The definition of impact is having a strong effect on someone or something. As the crisis grew, we saw our world change. During a perilous time, we need people who show us the way forward. We crave the stories of others – in ways small and large – who execute with purpose and with passion, who make a real difference, so we’re inspired to do the same.”

In the 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest book, Bolton identified nineteen people in Minnesota who operate with purpose and passion to assist others. People playing their part during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the fight for racial justice.

After 19 Fighting COVID-19: Unsung Heroes Creating an Impact During the Pandemic and Unrest was released this summer in paperback and Kindle formats, it quickly rose to bestseller status in several categories in the USA, Canada and Australia. Now, for those who prefer to listen to books, it is available on Audible.

Renowned narrator, Frank Pleticha, brings the nineteen stories to life. He connects with his audience, putting the listener at ease with his soothing and trustworthy voice. The stories Pleticha shares of these unsung heroes include:

• An ICU nurse who cares for the sickest COVID patients and shares her moving story.
• A school bus manager who leads her district’s effort to keep the students fed.
• A CEO who pivoted his company to increase production 10-fold to meet the demand for a critical product in treating coronavirus.
• A 21-year-old graduate student who orchestrated the clean-up of the looted Lake Street Target store in Minneapolis.
• A music teacher who lifts the spirits of thousands every Friday night since mid-March through her Facebook Live performances. Performing for a global audience, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz called her his “Good Story of the Day” during a COVID update.
• The uplifting and encouraging stories of fourteen other Minnesotans who every day create an impact.

During this treacherous period, we seek inspiration from people who capture hearts and minds, who show us the path through the storm. Their stories fill us with optimism, hope and inspiration. Students and young adults who face uncertainty about the present and future will be especially encouraged listening to the stories of these role models who make a positive difference.

In today’s volatile and uncertain world, if ever there was a time for a book about people who make an impact, now is the time.

In the spirit of creating an impact, 100% of the author’s proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to Second Harvest Heartland, one of the nation’s largest foodbanks, headquartered in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. With one in eight Minnesotans facing food insecurity, including one in four children, food relief is imperative. Passionate about eliminating food insecurity, narrator Frank Pleticha has graciously donated his narration services to serve this cause, too.

Here’s the link to the book: https://www.amazon.com/19-Fighting-COVID-19-Creating-Pandemic-ebook/dp/B08BCNVWK8/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

About Chuck Bolton
Chuck Bolton is a coach and advisor to CEOs and a six-time bestselling author.

Since 2000, Chuck has shown his clients how to reinvent their impact and create massive value through his coaching firm, The Bolton Group LLC. He loves inspiring and encouraging others to become their best, so they can make a unique difference in the world.

Chuck coaches and consults with leaders in the medical device, healthcare and life sciences sectors. In his prior corporate career, Chuck served as the group vice president, human resources for Boston Scientific.

Chuck Bolton
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http://theboltongroup.com
612-229-1020

Working out of his audio studio in the Blue Ridge Mountains, narrator Frank Pleticha can be reached at: https://frankpletichavo.com

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“GIVING THE DEVIL HIS DUE”: THE FIRST READ FOR PIXELS CHARITY ANTHOLOGY

Amazing authors participating in The Pixel Project Anthology

Amazing authors participating in The Pixel Project Anthology

The Pixel Project non-profit fights violence against women

The Pixel Project non-profit fights violence against women

Great Stories, Great Writing

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READ FOR PIXELS ANNOUNCEMENT: “GIVING THE DEVIL HIS DUE”: THE FIRST READ FOR PIXELS CHARITY ANTHOLOGY TACKLES VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN THROUGH STORYTELLING

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Pixel Project (www.thepixelproject.net), an anti-Violence Against Women non-profit, is proud to announce Giving The Devil His Due, their first charity short story anthology under their Read For Pixels program (http://bit.ly/Read4PIxels) which will be published in partnership with Running Wild Press (https://runningwildpress.com/) on 1 September 2021. The anthology will feature sixteen stories in homage to the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence (https://16dayscampaign.org/), one of the largest annual anti-violence against women events in the world. 100% of the net proceeds from the sales of the anthology will go towards supporting The Pixel Project’s anti-violence against women programs, campaigns, and resources.

Giving The Devil His Due is inspired by award-winning Horror author Stephen Graham Jones’s story “Hell On The Homefront Too” about a battered wife who finally gets rid of her abusive war-hero-turned-zombie husband. The theme of the anthology is the comeuppance of men who commit violence against women and girls. With a Twilight Zone vibe, this anthology evokes the spirit of Rod Serling to tell compelling stories that will help get the conversation about violence against women started amongst book lovers and fandoms worldwide while sending a clear message that misogyny, toxic masculinity, and violence against women is unacceptable.

Edited by Rebecca Brewer, formerly of Ace/Roc (Penguin Random House), this anthology will feature sixteen major names and rising stars in Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror today. Authors who have been confirmed to date include Christina Henry, Dana Cameron, Errick Nunnally, Hillary Monahan, Jason Sanford, Kaaron Warren, Kelley Armstrong, Leanna Renee Hieber, Lee Murray, Linda D. Addison, Mary SanGiovanni, Maurice Broaddus, Nicholas Kaufmann, Nisi Shawl, Peter Tieryas, and Stephen Graham Jones.

“The Pixel Project is honoured to collaborate with sixteen authors, Ms. Brewer, and Running Wild Press to vault the awareness-raising side of Read For Pixels to the next level with this anthology,” said Regina Yau, Founder and President of The Pixel Project. “Violence against women is one of the most brutal, widespread and entrenched human rights violations in the world and yet there remains a wall of silence around it in many cultures and families. We believe that stories have the power to change the world by bringing this issue into the light and hope that the sixteen tales in this anthology will not only get people to think about the issue but also galvanise them to take action to stop violence against women and girls in their communities worldwide.”

“Running Wild is honoured to partner with The Pixel Project on such a fantastic collection benefitting such a worthy cause,” said Lisa Diane Kastner, Founder and Executive Editor, Running Wild Press. “It’s time we end violence against women. No woman or girl deserves to be treated with disrespect, malice, and harm. We’re kicking the devil in the butt and showing him the curb!”

Giving The Devil His Due will be available on all major bookseller platforms in the United States and its territories, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand from 1 September 2021 to 31 October 2023 only.

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Useful Trees Planted For Carbon Neutral New York City Printer Help Save Honduran Location From Ravages Of 2 Hurricanes

Honduran Floods From 2 Hurricanes in November

Honduran Floods From 2 Hurricanes in November

Honduran Floods From Hurricanes Eta and Iota in November

Honduran Floods From Hurricanes Eta and Iota in November

Earth Enterprise Carbon Neutral - New York City Based - Green Printers

Earth Enterprise Carbon Neutral – New York City Based – Green Printers

The root system of trees planted in the region to offset the carbon footprint of a commercial printer, helped keep Copan Botanical Research Station safe.

We at Earth Enterprise Printing consistently endeavor to do what everyone should be doing in the fight for carbon neutrality”

— Susan Hort

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Back to back hurricanes a month ago in November, rated level 4 or 5 when they hit landfall, wreaked havoc and devastation along the eastern coasts of Honduras and Nicaragua. Hurricane Eta and lota brought with them torrential rains that amounted to between 20 and 30 inches each. Copan, a city rich in history and Mayan ruins, experienced extreme flooding, bridge outages and landslides. However one bright spot in this catastrophe is the Copan Botanical Research Station, which is responsible for the planting of over 40,000 diverse species of trees since 2009.

The root system that has taken place over the years, appears to have held during the massive hurricanes and prevented potentially devastating flooding and landslides in that area. “It looks like the trees’ roots all held hands to keep our land safe!” said a relieved David Sedat, Director of the Copan project. “So trees do work, and actually have helped significantly during this Covid pandemic providing food and natural herbal medicines for the people (who of course access them on an “informal” basis.) since we have been closed for business (Covid) since March”.

These “useful” trees, include food, (e.g. Avocado, Lemon, Mango) supplemental and nutritional, (e.g. Herbal teas, etc.) as well as natural healthcare products (fibers, dyes, biofuels, natural agricultural pesticides), all of which provide economic incentives for environmental regeneration. Between the years 2009 and 2020, the “Copan Botanical Research Station” located in Central America has been generously funded by New York City based, commercial printer, Earth Enterprise owners Susan and Penelope Hort, who have supported the planting of over 43,000 trees. “We at Earth Enterprise Printing consistently endeavor to do what everyone should be doing in the fight for carbon neutrality” says Susan Hort, Co-Owner of Earth Enterprise.

Earth Enterprise is committed to carbon neutral printing, the environment, but quality is never sacrificed to meet tight deadlines. Earth Enterprise has a mission to be the “Greenest Printer” for every type of client, from high profile fashion design companies around the globe to NYC Agencies and Local Businesses. Giving back, by paying for and planting tree’s, and offering innovative printing services is just another way Earth Enterprise champions green printing. For more information on Earth Enterprise’s green approaches to printing, visit https://www.EarthEnterprise.com or call 646-362-3887 and ask Andy Hort for more information. To learn more about Earth Enterprise efforts to remain carbon neutral and the history of planting trees to offset the carbon footprint of printed products, please visit: https://earthenterprise.com/certification/.

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3D Printing Technology Market 2020 Global Trends, Top players, Demand, Share, Segmentation and Forecast to 2026

Global 3D Printing Technology Market Size

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Research Report On-“3D Printing Technology Market 2020 Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities and Growth2026”

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, December 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —

3D Printing Technology Market 2020

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Market Dynamics of the 3D Printing Technology Market

The report touches on the several factors that have led to the fast growth of the global 3D Printing Technology market. These include volume trends, product pricing history, and the value of the services and products offered. The report explores a few factors like how the rising global population on the market, the dynamic factors influencing supply and demand, as well as the flourishing technological advancements.

3D Printing Technology Market Regional Description and Segmentation

The 3D Printing Technology market report showcases competitive strategies employed in different regions of the world where the key industry players aim to make more profits by means of partnerships. The regional market report has the objective of assessing the growth potential and size of the market for the mentioned regions. It covers several regions like Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Asia Pacific, with the prediction for the expansion of the market. It is a broad study that encompasses all these regions in order to embrace market prospects, trends, and outlook for the current forecast period of 2021-2026.

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into

Metal
Polymer
Ceramics
Other

Market segment by Application, split into

Automotive
Consumer Electronics
Medical
Aerospace
Education
Other

Research Methodology

This report has been compiled based on reliable information upon which the analysts have performed a quantitative and qualitative analysis based on Porter’s Five Force Model. Industry participants and experts provide some valuable inputs that emphasize the valuable global chain. In this report, you also get to know about the market attractiveness based on regional segmentation, governing factors, macro-economic indicators, and parent market trends. The research procedure is quite comprehensive and consists of primary and secondary parts. These researchers help us understand the market in terms of weaknesses, strengths, threats, and opportunities related to the global 3D Printing Technology industry. This can, in turn, highlight the future aspects of business moguls located in different corners of the world. From another perspective, the research also emphasizes different study levels, including company profile and industry trends with the outlook of opportunities, risks, market drivers, and a high rate of growth.

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points

1 3D Printing Technology Market Overview
2 Manufacturers Profiles
3 Global 3D Printing Technology Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer (2018-2019)
4 Global 3D Printing Technology Market Analysis by Regions
5 North America 3D Printing Technology by Country
6 Europe 3D Printing Technology by Country
7 Asia-Pacific 3D Printing Technology by Country
8 South America 3D Printing Technology by Country
9 Middle East and Africa 3D Printing Technology by Countries
10 Global 3D Printing Technology Market Segment by Type
11 Global 3D Printing Technology Market Segment by Application
12 3D Printing Technology Market Forecast (2020-2026)
13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers
14 Research Findings and Conclusion
15 Appendix
List of Tables and Figures

Continued…..

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Coach, Author, Speaker and Catalyst for Women, Christine Rose to be Featured on Close Up Radio

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Christine T. Rose, ACC is an award-winning business and executive coach with an arsenal of professional tools and experience coaching leaders in business, strategic planning, team leadership, and culture building, helping small to medium size companies get the results they seek. In a volatile business world, when economies shift and you never know what the next wave of the pandemic might bring, Christine is a powerful ally. Christine has enabled businesses (from those with just under a million in revenues to multi-million-dollar matrixed organizations) to meet their goals and achieve real WINS. In fact, she offers a free proprietary program for small business owners, centered on setting goals and staying accountable to them, which was named for such winning ways.

Christine’s proven techniques have not only garnered the attention of clients, she also earned accolades in the coaching industry itself, such as ICF Certification, a seat on the Forbes Coaches Council and a Top Coach of the Year Award for 2019. She was further honored by UNESCO for her efforts to advance the status of women and girls in the world, and as an author. Most recently, she wrote part of the instant best seller Cracking the Rich Code Volume 4, in collaboration with Jim Britt and Kevin Harrington of Shark Tank. The book features an introduction by renowned performance inspiration Tony Robbins and is packed with entrepreneur’s stories, secrets and strategies.

Christine can also share her mastery of working remotely, something she was doing long before COVID made it mandatory. She serves clients across the US and abroad from her home in a suburb of Seattle, Washington. Many of the seminars and groups she led were conducted online, such as the Facebook WINS group and a burgeoning Mastermind Group. Mastermind is a forum for the greatest minds in business to connect, share wisdom and engineer maximum growth.

Christine advises those who’ve experienced the turbulence of 2020 to be grateful for the close of this crazy year with optimism for what is ahead of us. In this latest radio series, she will be offering ideas for finishing up 2020 strong and seamlessly moving into 2021, such as how to conduct business planning in a pandemic (when it’s hard to plan for anything) and how to refocus and align with one’s company values and mission. She will also offer expertise on ways to make things work with team members who are working from home.

Christine realizes these topics are forefront in the mind of business leaders and we all look forward to her great advice, delivered with the coach’s signature brand of honesty, reliability, and optimism.

Close Up Radio will feature Coach Christine M Rose in a set of interviews with Jim Masters on Mondays, December 14th, 21st, 28th and January 4th, each at 1:00pm Eastern

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