The Abbey Resort joins Benchmark's other noted Midwestern properties, including Racine, Wisconsin's Wingspread
Retreat & Executive Conference Center and Chicago's Eaglewood Resort & Spa.
They use the Wingspread
declaration as an informal error to insinuate that precautionary principle's supporters want to forbid any potentially damage producing activity.
The second one comes from 1998 Wingspread
Statement on the Precautionary Principle (2) and it states: "When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.
The field of endocrine disruption is widely recognized as having formally begun in 1991 with the historic meeting at the Wingspread
Conference Center in Racine, Wisconsin.
Peek's deconstructive opus includes several of Don's writings, publications by organization leaders, the workgroup notes from the seminal Wingspread
Conference, organization newsletters, and the collected ideas from conference attendees in 2004 and 2014 for next steps in our development.
And in 1993, the Wingspread
Group on Higher Education, in its seminal report, An American Imperative: Higher Expectations for Higher Education, actually recommended the solution to reform: "Putting learning at the heart of the academic enterprise will mean overhauling the conceptual, procedural, curricular, and other architecture of postsecondary education on most campuses.
However, Cooper gives serious attention to the argument, made in The New Student Politics: The Wingspread
Statement on Civic Engagement (Long, 2001), that students disillusioned with conventional political institutions are not necessarily disengaged but have chosen, through community service, a different sort of political action.
This effort culminated in a 1989 Wingspread
conference hosted by the Johnson Foundation at which the "Principles of Good Practice in Combining Service and Learning" were articulated.
, described by Wright as "the last of the prairie houses," is now a conference center for The Johnson Foundation.
Sociological views were prominent at the Wingspread
Conference and Bitzer and Edwin Black's edited Prospect of Rhetoric (1971), most notably in Hugh Dalziel Duncan's "On the Need to Clarify Social Models of Rhetoric," but elsewhere as well (see Enos & McNabb, 1997; Porrovecchio, 2010).
Precautionary Principle from Wingspread
For a group of workstations adjacent to full-height windows, the shape of 13-W CFLs white ceiling-hung luminaires resembles the wingspread
of birds in flight.