I base it purely from a chemically / physicy stand point , if you look at the LED on the market today they are producing light or the in the specific bands required and so less energy is being over the spectrum as the CFL and HPS and so ons do . If you look at chlorophyll ( the food for the plant ) and its respective absorbance bands here you could see how they could target those bands with a specific LED :O like this one here . Id just buy those and hook em up if I really wanted to boost the spectrum over those regions , just a thought :).
9. 33909 Consideration of a demolition permit and conditional use to allow an office building to be demolished and a mixed use building containing 1,300 square feet of commercial space and 30 apartment units to be constructed at 330 E. Wilson Street; 6th Ald.
“With no immediate end of the COVID pandemic in sight, the issue of protecting our most vulnerable remains a priority”, Rhodes Conway said. “I am pleased that the Fleet Services Building will be able to serve as a temporary shelter while we continue work on a permanent site for a new men’s shelter. The Fleet facility will be able to house more men than Warner Park, at appropriate physical distances, as the colder weather sets in.”.
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The panel entitled “Beyond the Beautiful Forevers: What Works for Tackling Poverty was a part of the campus On the Same Page Program, a campuswide reading initiative.Panelists included Jason Corburn, associate professor in the campus department of city and regional planning; Tapan Parikh, associate professor in the campus School of Information; and Isha Ray, associate professor with the campus Energy Resources Group.Panelists agreed that it is necessary to include the urban poor’s wants and needs when creating new policy and structural changes.”We need to prioritize and place at the center folks who are in slums,” Corburn said. “They need support, but they don’t need to be told what to do. They have lots of innovation and ideas.”Panelists also acknowledged the rise of public health crises in extremely poor countries, with residents becoming “constantly sick from everything” because ofimpotable water and lack of access to safe energy sources, Ray said.According to Ray, without access to clean water and energy, it will be difficult to alleviate the plight of impoverished nations.Ray also emphasized the importance of the state as a possible tool forsolving extreme poverty.