As shown in Figure 3, organizations favoring providers with lower emissions spend $9.50 less per $1,000 in revenue to manage logistics and warehousing than their counterparts that engage in this practice to little or no extent
. For an organization with $1 billion in annual revenue, that means a potential savings of nearly $10 million associated with favoring 3PLs that have lower emissions.
Chairwoman Ioanna Fiakou said that conducting surveys and studies is within the authority's mandate, both to understand the extent
of participation in gambling activities and the extent
of gambling addiction, so that it can take appropriate measures to promote responsible gambling and prevention.
Ice cover at its lowest extent
for the year was 193,000 square miles above 2016's minimum and 483,000 square miles more than the record lows seen in 2012, the NSIDC said.
This paper attempted to identify at what extent
do college students spend their money in terms of clothes, accessories, room and board, tuition fees, school supplies, assignments and projects, laptops and other gadgets.
Every year, sea ice in the Arctic grows and expands throughout the winter, but the region saw a record low wintertime maximum extent
on March 7.
According to the US National Snow and Ice Data Center [NSID], which carries out the investigation, on February 25, 2015 Arctic sea ice likely reached its maximum extent
for the year, at 14.54 million square kilometers.
Findings of research in table 1 concerning extent
of effect of educational factors and notification in development of trust and development of e-citizen in view of citizens under study indicate that the items "training specialized force in the context of e-citizen" and "increasing skill level of citizens in the context of ecitizen and information technology" have been in turn ranked the first, and the items including "holding conferences and meetings to define theoretical backgrounds and executive approaches of e-citizen" and "creation of e-centers in the context of providing consultancy services for e-citizens" have been in turn ranked the last.
Table 1 reveals that the extent
of the nurse middle managers' practice of the Code of Ethics for Nurses as assessed by themselves and the clinical instructors was highest on the indicators of nurses and practice closely followed by the indicators of nurses and co-workers.
Analysis of satellite data by NASA-supported National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) and NASA showed that the sea ice extent
shrunk to 1.97 million square miles (5.10 million square kilometers).
Even if all database storage is system managed, extents
can impact performance.
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the national mitzvoth can be fulfilled, to what extent
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of sea ice in the Arctic narrowly avoided a record low this year, according to satellite data collected by NASA and the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
This report is to include, but not to be limited to, a discussion of the following four areas: (1) The extent
of duplication in elementary-secondary and postsecondary education; (2) The extent
of compatibility in high school graduation requirements and admission requirements of postsecondary institutions; (3) The extent
to which respective master plans of the board and the higher education commission are being fulfilled; and (4) The extent
to which state needs in public education are being met as determined by such board and commission.
According to the Global Ice Center's analysis, in 2009 the sea ice extent
reached a minimum in early September.
A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the country were asked To what extent
have you been affected by the recent intensity of heat and load shedding in the country.