Bárður á Steig Nielsen is a Faroese politician and businessman who serves as leader of the Union Party since 2015 and as Prime Minister since 2019. He is goalkeeper of the VÍF handball team and a former handball player of the Faroe Islands national team. Bárður á Steig Nielsen has finished the first part of a Danish HD education in Management accounting from Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences and has taken some of the subjects of the Merkonom education from Føroya Handilsskúli, he started his business career as an employee in the accountancy firm Rasmussen og Weihe in Tórshavn 1993–2000. From 2001 to 2004 he was employed as the chief Accountant at the Kollafjord Pelagic in Kollafjørður. In 2007 he left his position as the Finance Minister of the Faroe Islands in order to become the general manager of the large scale building project SMI Stóratjørn in Hoyvík, planned by Icelandic business people; the project was never implemented because of the financial crisis of 2007–08, á Steig Nielsen was employed there until February 2009.
From 2009–2010 he was the general manager of a machine shop in Hoyvík 2009–2010. From 2010 he was the CFO of the telephone company Vodafone Føroyar in Tórshavn, he has been the board member of the Vágar Airport, Kollafjord Pelagic and of a few other trading companies in Tórshavn. Á Steig Nielsen was elected for the Faroese parliament representing Norðurstreymoy in the period 2002–2004 and 2004–2008. He was the finance minister in the first cabinet of Jóannes Eidesgaard from 2004, but left the position in order to become the leader of the Stóra Tjørn building project, which didn't happen because of the financial crisis. At the 2011 elections he was re-elected for the Løgting. In March 2015 he was elected vice chairman of his party and on 24 October 2015 he was elected as the chairman of the Union Party
Daniel Benton Goldstraw is a former English List A cricketer. Goldstraw was a left-handed batsman. Goldstraw made his debut for Wiltshire in the 2001 MCCA Knockout Trophy against Cornwall, he played Minor counties cricket for Wiltshire in 2001, making 3 MCCA Knockout Trophy matches and a single Minor Counties Championship match against Wales Minor Counties. Having played MCCA Knockout Trophy cricket for the Hampshire Cricket Board since 1998, Goldstraw made a single List A appearance for the Hampshire Cricket Board in the 2nd Round of the 2003 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, played in 2002 against Staffordshire. Goldstraw was dismissed for a second ball duck by Rob Bailey. With the ball he took the wicket of Rob Bailey for the cost of 33 runs from 10 overs, he appeared for Dorset in a single MCCA Knockout Trophy match against Suffolk in 2003. He represented the Hampshire Second XI in 1994 and 1995. Daniel Goldstraw at ESPNcricinfo Daniel Goldstraw at CricketArchive
Josh "Shooter" Sanderson is a Canadian former professional lacrosse player. Sanderson played 19 seasons in the National Lacrosse League including nine with the Toronto Rock. In 2002, as a member of the Brampton Excelsiors, Sanderson was awarded the Mike Kelly Memorial Trophy as most valuable player in the Mann Cup competition. Sanderson began his NLL career with the Rochester Knighthawks. After two seasons in Rochester, Sanderson was left unprotected in the expansion draft, was chosen by his father, Albany Attack GM Terry Sanderson. Josh went on to be the leading scorer on the Attack for four years, including setting a new NLL record for assists in a season, with 68 in 2002. After the 2003 NLL season, the Attack moved to San Jose, becoming the San Jose Stealth. After one year in San Jose, now-Toronto Rock GM Terry Sanderson once again acquired his son, as Josh was traded to the Rock in a 6-player blockbuster deal. In 2005, Sanderson broke his own single-season assists record with 71, helped the Rock win their fifth NLL Championship.
During the 2008 season, Sanderson was traded to the Calgary Roughnecks for Lewis Ratcliff. Calgary became the third team where Sanderson played for his father, an assistant coach for the Roughnecks until the end of the 2009 NLL season. In 2009, Sanderson broke his own record once again, as he and Dan Dawson both finished the season with 74 assists. Sanderson was named to the NLL All-Pro teams in 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006. During the 2009 NLL season, he was named a starter to the All-Star Game. On August 13, 2010, Sanderson was traded to the Boston Blazers along with a 1st round draft pick in the 2010 entry draft in exchange for Daryl Veltman, Jon Harnett and transition player Kyle Ross as well as the Blazers' first round selection in the 2010 Entry Draft, he was selected with the 4th pick in the Boston Blazers Dispersal Draft by the Minnesota Swarm. He was traded from the Minnesota Swarm to the Toronto Rock, along with Nick Inch in exchange for 9th pick in the Boston Blazers dispersal draft, 12th pick in the 2011 NLL Entry Draft and a conditional first round pick in the 2012 NLL entry draft.
After contemplating retirement before the 2016 season, Sanderson decided to return for one more season, picking up 42 points in 11 games. Sanderson announced his retirement shortly after the conclusion of the 2016 season, he was subsequently named assistant General Manager of the Rock. Reference: GP–Games played.
Beka Economopoulos is an American artist and director of the art, activism and theory non-profit "Not An Alternative". She is a co-founder and director of a traveling pop-up museum, The Natural History Museum, as well as an organizer of the March for Science. Economopoulos was educated at Northwestern University, she is married to Jason Jones. They have one child, they live in Vashon, Washington. An environmental justice activist since about 1993, Economopoulos was a co-founder of The Natural History Museum in 2014, a traveling museum and museum transformation project highlighting sociopolitical forces that shape nature, which The New York Times and ArtNet named "Best in Art in 2015", she is a founding member Not An Alternative, a social justice arts collective, she was a co-organizer and Board Member of the March for Science in 2017. She is a sustainability advocate, has been Director of Online Organizing at Greenpeace and the Director of Strategy at Fission Strategy. In those positions she worked with the Global Climate Change Alliance and the United Nations Foundation.
Economopoulos and The Natural History museum have mobilized protests of museums with connections to petroleum interests and climate change deniers, urging museums to cut ties with them. Sutton, Sarah W.. "Museums and the Future of a Healthy World: "Just and Peaceful"". Curator: The Museum Journal. 60: 151–174. Doi:10.1111/cura.12200. ISSN 0011-3069. Lyons, Steve. "Museums must take a stand and cut ties to fossil fuels". The Guardian. Retrieved 2018-06-20. Econopolis, Beka. "The Natural History Museum". New York Magazine. Retrieved June 20, 2018. Economopoulos, Beka. "Not An Alternative -- Art, Art History & Visual Studies". Aahvs.duke.edu. Duke University -- Art, Art History, Visual Studies. Retrieved June 20, 2018. Econopoulis, Beka. "Participationism - Tactical Media Files". Www.tacticalmediafiles.net. Retrieved June 20, 2018. In 2018, Economopoulos became one of twenty Roddenberry fellows in the inaugural year of the fellowship, designated to support, "leaders and disrupters whose work is making our country more inclusive and equitable for all".
Official website Beka Economopoulos, Vice President, Fission Strategy Art of the MOOC: Activism and social movements Mentor Interview: Beka Economopoulos/Not An Alternative and Estrella Payton Museum Hive w/ Beka Economopolis: Museums and Environmental Action
Carl Gunnar Emanuel Setterwall was a Swedish tennis player who won four Olympic medals. In 1908 he won a bronze alongside Wollmar Boström. Four years he won three more medals. In the mixed doubles and indoor doubles tournament he lost both times. Sigrid Fick was his partner in the mixed indoor event and together they won a bronze medal. Setterwall's father named Carl, was a multimillionaire controlling much of iron works during the railway's development in Scandinavia, his son followed in his steps taking over the family firm. Bergvall, Erik. Adams-Ray, Edward.. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Wudarski, Pawel. "Wyniki Igrzysk Olimpijskich". Retrieved 4 August 2007
This is a list of islands in Europe ordered by area. Data for some islands is missing for some Arctic islands in Russia and Svalbard. List of Caribbean islands by area List of European islands by population List of islands by area List of islands by population Madeira and the Canary Islands are not considered part of Europe, whereas Cyprus is. Cyprus is considered to be a part of both Asia and Europe. Islands of Arctic Russia are considered part of Europe as long as they are situated west of the Yamal Peninsula; this means that the islands of Franz Josef Land, Novaya Zemlya plus for example Kolguyev and Vaygach Island are considered part of Europe. Islands of Svalbard are in the same category, whereas for example islands of Greenland are considered part of North America; the figures of Bolshoy Berezovy, Storøya and Wahlbergøya are rough estimates from map. Http://islands.unep.ch/ https://web.archive.org/web/20070804052043/http://personal.inet.fi/koti/kauko.huotari/saaret.htm https://web.archive.org/web/20110524064200/http://www.intermin.fi/intermin/images.nsf/files/aaa29f826e98e26ac22572480031ab08/$file/esite_2007_eng.pdf http://www.ub.ntnu.no/formidl/utgivelser/til_opplysning/to_nr16.pdf