But what does it really mean? Wietse explains:. A Green Deal is an agreement with which the Dutch government has collaborated with many different organisations to drive forward sustainability innovation. Unique is also, that the social affairs ministry has signed. Training long-term unemployed youths as Sea Rangers with the help of veterans, is now recognised as creating social impact, thereby making the conservation effort deliver on social-economic outcomes creating new jobs which can count on broad political support.
The Green Deal lays the foundations to launch a two-year pilot programme starting early next year, in which the Sea Ranger Service can test and validate its approach on the North Sea. Various potential Sea Ranger tasks will be carried out in the fields of landscape restoration, plastic pollution-research and wildlife monitoring using special sailing work ships.
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Aercus Instruments. Minimum Purchase:. Maximum Purchase:. And, having suffered another winter of discontent, the Rangers under coach reckons enough is enough as he calls for a radical overhaul of Scottish football to save our national game.
As driving rain and snow, freezing temperatures and gale-force winds have gripped Scotland in recent months, each postponed training session and match only compounds the former midfielder's bewilderment with the status quo. We may have no control over Mother Nature, but Kirkwood reckons our football authorities should use common sense to avoid Scotland forever being stuck in a vicious circle of underachievement.
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The Murray Park youth boss has just returned from a fortnight in Turkey with his squad, a trip that allowed him to put his players through their paces on pristine pitches and with the sun on their backs. The Gers may boast one of Scotland's top indoor training facilities behind the crested gates of Auchenhowie, but it is on the lush fields where Kirkwood wants the chance to work with his players and hone their prodigious talents. In the depths of winter, the reality is somewhat different for the Gers proteges, and the youth supremo reckons the time has come for change for the better as he adds his weight behind a switch to summer football.
I just can't understand it. But surely there are people in power that can say, 'right, let's experiment with this with the unders or 17s and see if there is a difference'.
Do we want kick-and-rush football and to keep everybody warm when we go to a game or do we want a better standard of football? That is the bottom line. Change, of course, has to come from the top, with individual frustrations unlikely to force through the required amendments. The introduction of summer football for young players was one of the recommendations of Henry McLeish's report into the state of our game but, as yet, little progress appears to have been made.