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Crown Life Settlements A true uncorrelated investment. The uncorrelated nature of life settlements does not depend on the movement of financial markets but instead promises steady returns regardless of the state of said markets, including comparable investments in equity, debt, commodities and property. The nature of this alternative asset, and other longevity based financial instruments, make it an important potential part of a portfolio diversification and risk management strategy (safe haven investment). World-wide Growth The US life settlement markets has grown exponentially over the years and receives significant support from investors in almost every country in the world. A Strong Investment Opportunity Our goal at Crown is to acquire quality senior life settlement policies and eventually build this portfolio of policies to over $1 billion in the next 5 years. Management Excellence The management structure of Crown Alliance combined with our exacting analytical skills work to our advantage in selecting the right policies. Learn more OTCBB:CACL Crown Alliance Capital (OTCBB:CACL). A publicly reporting Nevada Corporation. More Info: http://crownallian  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #1)

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https://www.facebo lManagementJakarta Indonesia Benefits and potential impacts of biomass Here are examples of benefits and impacts to the community from using biomass. There is also information on the environmental benefits and impacts. Community benefits Impacts on the community of using biomass Environmental benefits Impacts on the environment of using biomass Community benefits Biomass can be taken from many sources in the UK indefinitely and, where well managed, contribute to security of energy supply. If used in an anaerobic digestion plant, it is eligible for Feed-in Tariffs (FITs). UK sourced biomass and processing can create local business, job opportunities and support the rural economy. By using biomass for energy generation, it doesn't go to landfill and therefore avoids the landfill tax. In comparison with other renewable energy technologies, woodlands, forestry and agriculture are generally perceived to be an environmentally and socially attractive amenity. They provide opportunities for recreation and leisure activities. Impacts on the community of using biomass Growth of energy crops could potentially compete for land with food cropping as demand for biomass increases. Biomass users may be locked in long-term supply contracts with a single supplier making it difficult to get competitive pricing in the future. Other impacts are similar to those covered in the District Heating and Combined Heat and Power pages. Environmental benefits Establishing local production networks and usage lowers the financial and environmental transport costs. There is no region in the UK that cannot be a producer of biomass, although some have greater potential for productivity than others. Many biomass fuels generate low levels of such atmospheric pollutants as sulphur dioxide and CO2. Modern biomass combustion systems are highly sophisticated, offering combustion efficiency and emission levels comparable with the best fossil fuel boilers. Use of biomass (including agricultural and domestic waste arisings) for energy, diverts these materials from landfill. Impacts on the environment of using biomass There is the potential for biomass to be taken from unsustainable, non-certified, forest sources. There are some negative impacts of forest management and farming of biomass crops on ecosystems and habitats. Therefore, an environmental impact assessment for forestry and cropping is required. Furthermore the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) has developed guidance for siting biomass crops to reduce impacts on birds. Transporting biomass has noise and emissions implications. There are air quality implications depending on the type of biomass used. There are high levels of water use for biomass cropping which can be problematic in areas where access to water is limited. Useful links: where to find out more Guidance for councils on biomass and air quality - on the Local Government Regulation website  (May 3, 2013 | post #1)