Clean Cities - Empire Clean Cities

Empire Clean Cities is the Clean Cities coalition for New York City & the Lower Hudson Valley (Westchester, Rockland, & Putnam Counties). ECC was incorporated in 2007 and was formerly known as New York City & Lower Hudson Valley Clean Cities. ECC has been tasked with providing support and management skills necessary to advance the regions economic, environmental, and energy security by building local public-private partnerships towards promoting the use of technologies and practices that reduce petroleum consumption. In 2012 ECC introduced Empire Green Fleets a metric used to evaluate the overall impact of public and private fleets operating in the region. ECC also launched a Green Food Trucks initiative in 2012. With the popularity of food trucks in NYC growing ECC conducted an investigation on the feasibility of promoting the use of biodiesel in these trucks. http://www.empirecleancities.org/

Clean Sky - Clean Sky 3

To cut 80% of air transport’s CO2 emissions by 2050, Clean Sky 3 would need reverse planning: due to the life expectancy of aircraft, required technologies would have to enter service in 2030-35 and should be demonstrated in 2025-27. The 2021-27 EU budget should be voted on by the end of 2019 and detailed allocation in 2020, with the Horizon Europe research and innovation program maybe including Clean Sky 3 starting on January 1, 2021 at best.

Clean Sky - Clean Sky 2

Following the success of the initial Clean Sky Programme, its successor, Clean Sky 2, was launched in 2014(2) as part of the Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. Clean Sky 2 aims to be the main contributor to the Commission’s Flightpath 2050 goals set by ACARE, which are more ambitious than those of the initial Clean Sky Programme.

Clean and press - Clean phase

In the clean movement, after taking a big breath and setting the back, the lifter jumps the bar up through triple extension (in very quick succession) of the hips, knees and then ankles. When the legs have driven the bar as high as possible, the lifter pulls under the bar by violently shrugging (contracting) the trapezius muscles of the upper back ("traps") dropping into a deep squat position and spinning the hands around the bar so the elbows are extended in front.

Clean Language - Clean language in detail

Clean Language combines four elements of communication: syntax, wording of questions, vocal qualities, and non-verbal behaviour.

Clean Language - Clean language in detail

Note: Practitioners of Clean Language often refer to the person asking questions as the 'facilitator' and the person receiving the questions the 'client'. This habit comes from the therapeutic roots of the Clean Language process. Depending on the context, these labels could be 'coach' and 'coachee', 'interviewer' and 'interviewee', or 'doctor' and 'patient'.

Clean Elections Rhode Island - Clean Elections

A clean election is a system of taxpayer-financed political campaigns. Candidates that qualify by collecting a prescribed number of signatures and $5 contributions from registered voters in their district can agree to not raise or spend any private money during the primary and general elections. Instead, a set amount of funding for the candidate's campaign is provided from the state budget. If the candidate is outspent by an opponent running a privately funded campaign, the state will provide more funding to the "clean" candidate in order to match the amount spent by the opponent, up to some multiple of the original funding.

Clean Elections Rhode Island - Clean Elections

Clean elections have been implemented in Maine and Arizona on a statewide level, as well as in Portland, Oregon on the municipal level, and elsewhere. Proponents of clean elections, including those involved in Clean Elections Rhode Island, believe that Clean Elections result in increased voter turnout, political transparency, and diversity of candidates, including fuller representation of women and minorities.

Mr. Clean - Mr. Clean scenes competition

In March 2007, Mr. Clean launched an online competition with YouTube that gave consumers the opportunity to create a commercial advertising the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.

Clean Language - Clean language in detail

Prior to the use of the term "Clean Language" David taught and practiced his methods in the context of healing complex trauma. See Grove, David J. & Panzer, Basil I. (1989). In the following years his workshop materials included such titles as "Metaphors to Heal by", "Resolving Traumatic Memories", "Healing the Wounded Child Within" and "In the Presence of the Past".

Mr. Clean - Mr. Clean scenes competition

In 1998, Honda Motor Co. created an advertising campaign, including a television commercial, featuring Mr. Clean to represent Honda's clean running Accord along with other Honda products including lawnmowers, string trimmers, motorcycles, and marine engines.

Clean (programming language) - How Clean works

Computation is based on graph rewriting and reduction. Constants such as numbers are graphs and functions are graph rewriting formulas. This, combined with compilation to native code, makes Clean programs which use high abstraction run relatively fast according to the Computer Language Benchmarks Game.

Clean coal technology - Clean coal and health

Both traditional coal technology and clean coal technologies result in a release of hazardous air pollutants and many of them have an adverse effect on human health. According to Alan H. Lockwood, MD, coal is linked to diseases of the Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, and Nervous System. A key point that Dr. Lockwood brings up is that “the most obvious threats to health posed by the carbon capture and storage strategies… would occur in the event of the release of large amounts of CO 2. The potential releases could occur at any of the stages: at the site of CO 2 capture, during transport, or transfer… or escape during or after storage.” Dr. Lockwood goes on to explain that this can lead to “symptoms of death by displacing oxygen from inhaled air, leading to hypoxia and asphyxiation, or by causing symptomatic or fatal acidification of the blood and body fluids after inhalation”

Clean Up Australia - Clean Up the Kimberley

Clean Up the Kimberley is a series of community action-based projects focussed on the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The primary objectives of this initiative are to clean up rubbish hot spots, increase awareness of the scale and impact of rubbish in the region, change tourist and local community behaviour and improve local recycling and waste management infrastructure.

Clean Up Australia - Business Clean Up Day

Business Clean Up Day provides Australian businesses with an opportunity to contribute to waste reduction and the improvement of the environment.

Operation Clean Government - Operation Clean Government Newsletter

Since 1993 Operation Clean Government has published a newsletter. The first two years the banner was Operation Clean Government. In 1995, the newsletter was renamed RI Focus and it later changed to the Citizen Alert.

Clean Up Australia - Clean Up the World

Clean Up the World is an international campaign that encourages communities to clean up, fix up and conserve their environment through the Clean Up the World Membership program.

Clean Up Australia - Clean Up the World

A Clean Up the World weekend is held on the third weekend of September each year and, by 2007, the event attracted more than 35 million people from over 120 countries to volunteer.

Clean Up Australia - Schools Clean Up Day

Schools Clean Up Day is designed to allow students to participate in Clean Up Australia as part of a school activity.

Clean Up Australia - Clean Up the Alps

Clean Up the Alps is a project aimed at protecting the Alpine region of Victoria. It is run in conjunction with Parks Victoria, Conservation Volunteers Australia and local communities as part of the Victorian Government's ‘The Alps: A fresh start – a healthy future’ program. The project culminates in the Clean Up the Alps weekend, held annually in November.