WWE recaps the 1019 episodes of Total Divas on E

first_img WhatsApp Facebook Twitter NXT Highlights: Johnny Gargano addresses NXT future, Baszler vs. Ripley, Pete Dunne in action Pinterest WWE.com has a recap of the 10/19 episodes of WWE Total Divas that you can view by clicking here.You can also view highlights of the shows by clicking here.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipBully Ray Calls Out Ring Of Honor Fan On TwitterVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:07Loaded: 100.00%0:07Remaining Time -0:23 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Roman Reigns is in Remission Now Playing Up Next Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Clash of Champions Highlights: Luke Harper returns, Rollins/Strowman, Becky against Sasha center_img Now Playing Up Next Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Ronda Rousey Highlighting WWEs Problems Now Playing Up Next Bully Ray Calls Out Ring Of Honor Fan On Twitter Velvet Sky Smackdown Highlights: Undertaker appears, Shane fires Owens, Kingston takes out Ortonlast_img read more

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Washington Misick Thanks Social Committee For PNP Fun Day

first_img Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 15, 2017 – Providenciales – The Officers and members of the Progressive National Party (PNP) thank the Social Committee of the Party for a most successful Family Fun Day. The purpose of this event was to promote camaraderie and citizens engagement, a direct consequence of which was the launch of the party membership drive.The membership drive is an appeal to all who support the ideas of the Party. It seeks to broaden the range and participation of those who align themselves with the Party, and offer an opportunity to affirm that relationship by becoming a card-carrying member of the Party qualifying one to hold office in the Party.The June 10th event was the first in a series of events planned by the Social Committee for the rest of the calendar year across the various communities within the Turks and Caicos Islands.A special invitation is hereby extended to the electorate to become engaged in the decision-making and operation of the Party through formal membership and active participation. Further information is available from the Party office at Progress House, Airport Road, Providenciales, open 12pm to 6pm Monday to Friday or from your local elected representative or constituency care-taker.The Party is aware of the contrasting complex socio-economic challenges of race, culture, education, status and economic opportunities that in some instances have resulted in the marginalisation of Turks and Caicos Islanders.The PNP has always been and will continue to be committed to empowerment and social inclusiveness by working to improve the opportunity, and dignity of those disadvantaged for whatever the reason.To that end we invite all who share our dreams of a more just society (one in which the welfare of the masses trump that of the individual, one in which change is more than a cliché) to join us.Remember a promise without commitment is nothing more than a falsehood. The PNP commits, promises and delivers. Ask the others what has changed in the last six months.#magneticmedianews Related Items:#magneticmedianews The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provolast_img read more

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BC Official Says Mine Concerns Heard Critics Disagree

first_imgDrilled rock cores wait for analysis at the Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell project, one of the British Columbia mines planned for near the Southeast Alaska border. Mines Minister Bill Bennett says the provincial government will listen to critics’ concerns about potential damage to transboundary rivers where salmon spawn. (Ed Schoenfeld/CoastAlaska News)British Columbia officials say they understand why Alaskans are concerned about new mines planned for transboundary rivers. But critics on this side of the border say they’re not doing anything about it.Download AudioCanada’s farthest west province is in the midst of a mining boom. With government support, more than half a dozen projects are under exploration or development near rivers where Alaska salmon spawn and live.British Columbia’s top mining official says he’s not ignoring objections from fishermen, environmentalists and tribal leaders on this side of the border.“My message to Alaskans is not, ‘Don’t worry, be happy, nothing to worry about,’” says Bill Bennett, B.C.’s minister of energy and mines.He recently visited Alaska to meet with government officials and address the state mining association.“I think that people who are downstream from any industrial activity have every right to know what’s going on, to express their point of view. And we in B.C. need to be listening,” he says.“There is no policy set that allows us to have any influence in what is happening on the Canadian side,” says Jill Weitz of Trout Unlimited.She was part of a recent Salmon Beyond Borders tour through Southeast Alaska. Appearances in five cities drummed up opposition to transboundary river mines.“Canada has come in and they have essentially weakened some of their environmental regulations as far as streamlining permitting processes,” she says.Tour speakers cited plans for the Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell, or KSM, project, one of the most controversial near-border mines. They said its water treatment plant will not be up to Alaska standards.Bennett says that’s not true. He says B.C.’s government has strict rules to protect the environment from mine runoff and other pollution.“It’s just not credible to suggest that somehow or other we have some sort of a weak process in British Columbia and that it’s easy to build a mine there and operate a mine there, because it isn’t,” he says.Bennett says he wants Alaskans to know his agency has been working with the state Department of Natural Resources to address concerns.He says the same is true for developers of the KSM.“I had assumed that if the Department of Natural Resources was engaged in the assessment of the KSM project that first of all, the public would be aware of that. And that secondly, the officials involved would be accountable to some elected folks,” Bennett says.Salmon Beyond Borders and other critics, including several state lawmakers, don’t have much faith in that process.Weitz, of Trout Unlimited, says they’re lobbying for a U.S.-Canada panel that considers cross-boundary issues to take it up. She says her coalition wants the panel to look at all the transboundary projects, not just one or two.“This is going to be a big push in order to have this International Joint Commission look at this issue as a regional issue, rather than project by project,” she says.Critics point to last summer’s dam break at the Mount Polley Mine, in eastern British Columbia. There, a dam collapsed, allowing millions of gallons of water laden with silt and rock to flow into nearby waterways. They say it’s an example of what could happen near transboundary rivers.B.C. Energy Minister Bennett disagrees.“We are not taking any chances.” he says.He says that mine is closed until his agency knows what caused the breach. And he says he’s ordered fast-track government inspections of similar dams around the province. That includes the Red Chris Mine, which will open soon in the Stikine River watershed.“I ordered all of those companies that have tailings impoundment facilities in B.C. to engage an independent engineering company that has no connection to the mining company, to the site, to come in and do a second inspection,” he says.He calls the Mount Polley dam break huge and impactful. But he says so far, officials have not found dangerous levels of toxins in a nearby lake or its fish.last_img read more

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Ouye games console excels at copyright infringement

first_imgChina is well known for its rip-offs, we see products that look like those offered by the leading brands but are anything but. Rip-off iPhones, iPads, laptops, and even games consoles. And the latest entry in the “alternative” games console hitting the market is a confusing mix of designs stolen and mashed together from other consoles.Say hello to the Ouye. It’s a name that may look and sound very similar to Ouya, but there’s no official link there. Then we have the console casing, which looks almost exactly the same as a PS4 except it has the grill design on the top from the Xbox One. And the controller? That’s an almost exact copy of the Xbox One controller.So it has a name that sounds like the Ouya and the look of a PS4 combined with the Xbox One controller. If the hardware performs as well as those two machines then it has a chance of selling, but the Ouye is definitely not going to be winning any performance awards. Inside that casing is an Android micro console, and the only system it claims to be more powerful than is the device it mostly stole its name from: the Ouya.The console is being crowdfunded on Chinese site JD.com. The spec says it is running on an A80 platform, which suggests the Octa-core Allwinner A80 board (ARM Cortex A15/A7). That’s combined with a PowerVR G6230 GPU, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 16GB of on-board flash memory, USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, and a MicroSD card slot that supports 64GB cards. The OS is listed as Android 4.4.2, and the price is going to be roughly $70 for the console and a controller.If the Ouye attempted to make the trip West both Sony and Microsoft would have an easy time getting it banned. The list of copyright infringements would be very long indeed. There’s also really no market for this machine if you consider how many existing Android tablets and boards already offer similar performance and functionality.last_img read more

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Large amount of gold and silver found in reservoirs under volcanoes in

first_imgA small team of researchers with members from institutions in the U.S. and New Zealand has found that there are large deposits of gold and silver in at least six reservoirs beneath several volcanoes in New Zealand. In their paper published in the journal Geothermics, the team describes their investigation into geothermal systems in the V-shaped Taupo Volcanic Zone on New Zealand’s North Island and just how much of the precious metal they believe is hiding down there. As part of their study, the team found that magma heating water in the volcanic zone had been breaking down rocks for quite some time, releasing the gold and silver in them. Those metal particles then fell to the floor of reservoirs that are hundreds of meters deep. The natural process is similar to the way modern precious metals are obtained—lode bearing rock is crushed and then sifted using water—the heavier metals land at the bottom where they are retrieved. In their studies, the team found examples of gold at over 20 parts per billion, and silver at 2,000 ppb. The team believes the precious metals could be mined, yielding perhaps nearly three billion dollars worth of gold and three and a half billion in silver annually. Of course, companies hoping to take advantage of the find would have several hurdles to jump—new technology would have to be developed to get at the source (the research group suggests it would likely entail a two-phase pipeline that would allow for capturing the metals as the accumulate, rather than digging in the sediment to retrieve what has already fallen) and agreements would have to be made with others already tapping into the heated water—they use it as a geothermal energy source. It has been known for some time that precious metals were embedded in subsurface rocks in the area, but in concentrations too low to make mining worthwhile. Testing samples below using hole sampling revealed much higher concentrations in deposits at the bottom of the reservoirs. The team noted that testing at two sites, Rotokawa and Mokai revealed even high concentrations, suggesting production of 680 to 7,500 kg of gold a year might be possible. Recovering low-grade platinum metals Explore further © 2015 Phys.org Citation: Large amount of gold and silver found in reservoirs under volcanoes in New Zealand (2015, August 24) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-08-large-amount-gold-silver-reservoirs.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. More information: Gold and silver resources in Taupo Volcanic Zone geothermal systems, Geothermics, Available online 14 August 2015. AbstractEarlier investigations show that some geothermal systems of the Taupo Volcanic Zone are sites of precious metal transport and deposition. Gold and silver precipitate in hot springs, in subsurface hydrothermally altered rocks, and in two-phase pipelines associated with production wells, as a result of gas loss due to flashing and adsorption on to As and Sb-rich sulfur phases. The amounts of Au deposited in subsurface rocks may exceed several hundred thousand ounces, but the concentrations appear to be very low grade (<1 ppm Au). High-grade deposits are forming in hot springs, containing >500 ppm Au and >700 ppm Ag, but small metal inventories (<10,000 oz Au) and very high conservation value eliminate these sites as potential resources.Down hole sampling of production wells shows that deep reservoir waters have Au concentrations that range from <0.1 to >20 ppb and Ag concentrations that range from <2 to >2000 ppb. The limited data suggest that at modest concentrations, production wells could produce 0.3 to 3.0 kg Au/year, but that wells in Rotokawa, might produce 19–70 kg Au/year. For modest Ag concentrations, production wells could produce 3–100 kg Ag/year, but wells at Mokai and Rotokawa might produce 680–7500 kg Ag/year. The total amounts of aqueous Au and Ag in reservoirs could be on the order of tens of thousands of ounces Au and hundreds of thousands of ounces Ag, or more.New technologies need to be developed to extract the metals from the flow stream of production wells without interfering with geothermal energy production for continued metal extraction to be feasible. The alternative is to let precious metals accumulate in two-phase pipelines, to be recovered in intervals, when practical for steam field operations and optimal in terms of profitability.via Sciencenews.org Mount Ngauruhoe is the tallest peak of the Tongariro complex in the North Island of New Zealand. Credit: Photo by Don Swanson, 1984 (U.S. Geological Survey). via Wikipedia.last_img read more

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Reducing Climate Change by Making It Less Abstract

first_imgThe fundamental problem is that people experience abstract information differently than concrete information. Abstract information often leads to wondering and thinking, but no action. Concrete information tends to convey greater urgency, triggering the belief that “we need to act now.” Concrete information is also more likely to activate strong emotions such as joy, frustration, or empathy. We are happier with a bonus that we receive the next day than exactly the same bonus two months from now. And concrete experiences often trigger changes in our behavior. Seeing a small leak makes us renovate our house. Hearing a friend’s story about malaria may be enough to decide not to visit a tropical country. Small-but-concrete events can have powerful effects. Read the whole story: Scientific American There is no longer any doubt: the world is getting warmer, and humans are partially to blame. Unless we make significant changes at both the individual and societal level in the coming years, the consequences could be catastrophic. However, such changes are inherently difficult to enact because they cut directly against human nature. Humans are naturally prone to making short-term decisions (for instance, taking the plane rather than the train) as opposed to pursuing longer-term collective interests. In other words, they often prefer benefits in the concrete “here and now” to those that occur in the abstract future. But how can this tendency be overcome? How can concrete outcomes—cash, time, comfort—compete with a threat as abstract as climate change?last_img read more

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Windows zeroday vulnerability exposed on ALPC interface by a vulnerability researcher with

first_imgOn 27th August, a self-proclaimed ‘retired vulnerability researcher’ who goes by the name ‘SandboxEscaper’ tweeted about a local privilege escalation exploit for Windows. The unknown Windows zero-day vulnerability found in the Windows OS could allow a local user or a malicious one to obtain system privileges on the targeted machine. Will Dorman, an engineer of CERT/CC, confirmed the vulnerability and issued an official CERT/CC alert on the same day. He said that the vulnerability is a privilege escalation issue and resides in the Windows’ task scheduler program. It occurred due to errors in the handling of Advanced Local Procedure Call (ALPC) systems. ALPC interface is a Windows-internal mechanism and works as an inter-process communication system. With ALPC, a client process running within the OS can ask a server process running within the same OS to provide some information or perform some action. Proof-of-concept (PoC) code to exploit the ALPC interface on GitHub SandboxEscaper released a proof-of-concept (PoC) code on GitHub on 7th May,  in order to exploit the ALPC interface to gain SYSTEM access on a Windows system. This PoC can largely attract malware authors as it allows benign malware to gain an admin access on targeted systems. At present, there are no known solutions for this vulnerability, which has been awarded a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) score of 6.4 – 6.8. A CVSS score ranging between 4.0 – 6.9 is said to have medium severity as per the Qualitative Severity Rating Scale. SandboxEscaper did not notify Microsoft about the vulnerability, which leaves all the Windows 64-bit users prone to attack. However, Microsoft has acknowledged the 0-day flaw and we can expect this flaw to be resolved in Microsoft’s next security updates scheduled for September 11, the company’s next ‘Patch Tuesday’. The person behind the Windows zero-day hack:  SandboxEscaper This vulnerability was discovered by a self-educated blogger named ‘Sandbox escaper’. Her previous work can be found at https://sandboxescaper.blogspot.com/p/disclosures_8.html What is intriguing is that the blogger calls herself a ‘retired vulnerability researcher’ who now blogs on travel. However, she has just started looking for a job in vulnerability research a week before her now famous Windows 0day hack. She says on her post on her current job hunt, “I have mainly focused on logic bugs so far. So ideally I would prefer a place that is willing to mentor me, and doesn’t just expect me to start breaking all the hard targets and sandboxes by myself. I would also prefer an onsite job in the UK (I’m currently a citizen of Belgium and also living there).” She also goes forth to mention that being a transgender, her transition has been really difficult. Dealing with social pressure and anxiety isn’t easy, but this vulnerability researcher is causing heads to turn thanks to this discovery! She’s definitely got Microsoft’s attention now. Would be interesting to see if Microsoft decides to give her a chance at a job interview. On a related note, this story also underscores the existing toxic culture in tech and highlights why it is important for tech companies to push inclusion and diversity as a key CxO performance metric. A person should be judged on merits and capabilities, not on their personal lifestyle choices or their traits/features, physical, emotional, sexual, political or otherwise. Further updates to this story After SandboxEscaper’s first tweet caused friction in the flaw disclosure process. She followed up with another tweet stating “Enjoy the 0day. It will get patched really fast. I guess I had fun today. Now I’m gone for a while, bye.” Publicly releasing Windows vulnerabilities before Microsoft has issued a patch is quite rare. Microsoft, and many other companies offer bug bounties, or rewards, for information on software flaws. However, publicly disclosing the flaw vindicates someone from earning a bug bounty. As per Microsoft’s rules, detailed proof-of-concept code similar to the one that SandboxEscaper posted, must not be disclosed until 30 days after Microsoft issues a patch. Her GitHub video might have violated Microsoft’s terms and conditions for bug rewards. Yesterday, SandboxEscaper tweeted, “I screwed up, not MSFT (they are actually a cool company).” SandboxEscaper received an overwhelmingly positive response and compliments for her vulnerability discovery from various tech geeks, including from the cybersecurity training company Hacker House. Read more about this 0day exploit’s technical details on Kevin Beaumont’s Medium post. Note: Updated on 30th Aug, to include section on ‘Further updates to this story’. Read Next Epic games CEO calls Google “irresponsible” for disclosing the security flaw in Fortnite Android Installer before the patch was ready Sugar operating system: A new OS to enhance GPU acceleration security in web apps Meet ‘Foreshadow’: The L1 Terminal Fault in Intel’s chipslast_img read more

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Will a blue agenda work

first_imgFrom the print editionFor decades, environmental advocates have extolled Costa Rica’s forestry conservation initiatives, including the creation of a vast national park system and a plan to be the world’s first carbon-neutral country by 2021.But the country has a less-than-stellar record on protecting its marine resources, and in recent years, Costa Rica’s “blue” policies have fallen behind other countries in the region, hampered by a lack of regulatory legislation, personnel, financial resources and political will.Last month, President Laura Chinchilla’s administration took a major step forward by announcing a series of measures aimed at strengthening Costa Rica’s “blue agenda.” By promoting sustainable marine management, the president hopes to replicate by 2022 the success of conservation efforts on land.Armed with a comprehensive report of what remains to be done on marine conservation – provided by a presidential advisory committee convened last November – Chinchilla signed July 17 executive decrees that created a Cabinet-level National Marine Commission to coordinate marine conservation policy, a new Waters and Oceans Vice Ministry under the current Environment Ministry, and an Oceanic Navigation Bill that would establish an updated regulatory framework for patrolling and enforcing environmental laws at sea.“Our goal with the efforts [at marine conservation] by this administration is for Costa Ricans not to think of this as a small country, one of the smallest in the region, but rather as a great nation,” Chinchilla said during a mid-July signing ceremony at Casa Presidencial. “We have to start thinking like a big nation whose policies have consequences for our [marine] territory, which is 10 times the size of our land territory and has 3.5 percent of the world’s marine biodiversity.”Conservation groups applauded the new measures and challenged Chinchilla to announce a date for their implementation. The National Marine Commission, comprised of the ministers of public security, environment, agriculture, and public works and transport, has not yet held its first formal meeting to begin implementing the president’s new policy goals.“We view the National Marine Commission’s creation as a positive step, in that a governing body will dictate policy with a more integrated vision toward marine management without sectorial divisions,” said Viviana Gutiérrez, political advocacy director at MarViva Foundation, a private conservation group. “But at the same time, there is concern about when, exactly, this commission will start its work.”Gutiérrez recalled 2009, when then-President Oscar Arias created a similar Cabinet-level group called the Oceans Council, whose members failed to hold a single meeting.A long-overdue overhaulOne of the strongest recommendations in the marine advisory committee report, published June 14, is a complete overhaul of the Costa Rican Fisheries Institute (Incopesca), including a restructuring of its board of directors. Since its creation in 1994, Incopesca has fielded strong criticism from conservationists for its fisheries management. The institute’s board mostly is comprised of individuals with business ties to commercial fishing industries, the equivalent, conservationists say, of letting the fox guard the henhouse.“We have been saying this for years,” said Randall Arauz, president of the Marine Turtle Restoration Program and a member of a Costa Rican coalition of NGOs called Front for our Seas. “The public interest will never be served without the reform of Incopesca, an institution that currently serves only the economic interests of its board members.”Critics accuse Incopesca of turning a blind eye to shark finning in Costa Rica’s 590,000 square kilometers of maritime territory, a charge Incopesca officials deny. Shark finning, driven by the demand for shark fin soup, a prestigious product in China and Taiwan, is driving global shark populations toward extinction. Fins can fetch hundreds of dollars per pound in some markets. To save space in cargo holds, fishermen slice off fins from sharks and toss the animals overboard to bleed to death or drown. The practice is illegal in Costa Rican waters, but overland shipment of shark products, including fins, is not. Data provided by Incopesca indicate that between January 2010 and August 2011, nearly 60,000 kilograms of shark products, including dried fins, were imported into Costa Rica overland from Nicaragua (TT, July 6).Other criticisms of Incopesca include a lack of accurate data management on fisheries and stonewalling on public information requests. According to the law that established Incopesca, the institute’s board is comprised of nine members, including an executive president who is appointed by members of the Cabinet. Also on the board are one representative each from the ministries of agriculture and livestock and science and technology, another government representative appointed by the Cabinet, a representative from fishing or aquaculture organizations in each of the three coastal provinces (Puntarenas, Guanacaste and Limón), a representative of the commercial fishing export sector and a representative of the National Commission of Aquaculture and Fish (TT, Dec. 9, 2011).“We recommend a revision of Incopesca’s Charter Law in order to change its institutional structure. This includes significant modifications of its board of directors to ensure the public interest is protected during decision making,” the committee report stated.Conservationists want that change to happen soon. “We’re happy that at least it’s on paper,” Arauz said. “But I want to ask the president a question: When is the reform going to start?”Changing the law governing Incopesca’s board – in order to allow representatives from academia and conservation groups – could take years, as it would require lawmakers to pass a reform bill. Some members of the assembly – particularly those from coastal districts with big commercial fishing interests – strongly oppose the idea, including a handful of legislators from Chinchilla’s own National Liberation Party (PLN). “PLN lawmakers from Puntarenas will never support this,” Gutiérrez said. “They have a considerable political commitment to [commercial fishing] interests. It gets complicated.”Still, officials from the current administration said they are committed to laying the groundwork for a “blue” legacy that would transition to future administrations after the president leaves office in 2014. In the spotlightCosta Rica’s lack of a sustainable marine management strategy caught global attention recently in an unexpected way: the May 13 arrest in Germany of oceans advocate Paul Watson, the 61-year-old president and founder of Sea Shepherd and star of Animal Planet’s popular TV show “Whale Wars.” Watson was detained at Costa Rica’s request on charges that he endangered the lives of a Costa Rican fishing vessel’s crew in 2002. Watson, who fled house arrest in Germany on July 22 and currently is in hiding, accused the Costa Rican government of protecting shark finners and conspiring with Japan to have him arrested, a charge that Costa Rican Foreign Minister Enrique Castillo dismissed last week.While the Chinchilla administration has kept its distance from the Watson case by saying the matter is for the courts to resolve, Castro, the environment minister, said Costa Rica should do more to stop the bloody trade in shark fins: “It’s time for us to execute these new policy initiatives, and our success depends on demonstrating concrete results on an issue the country already has begun combating. I’m referring entirely to shark finning.” He added that, “The country [Costa Rica] that has pushed for the protection of the hammerhead shark under the CITES convention cannot allow people to circumvent regulations and continue shark finning.”For Arauz, the next step in shutting down the shark finning industry is adopting a ban on imports of shark fins and their byproducts, a measure Incopesca opposes.Incopesca President Luis Dobles, whose job is now in the crosshairs – not only by conservation groups, but also by some administration officials – responded to the advisory committee’s report by saying the recommendations were “helpful.”  Costa Rica’s Isla del Coco is home to dozens of endemic marine species and several species of sharks, making it a prime target for poachers. Courtesy of Avi Kapfer, MarViva “Incopesca is mentioned in several places [in the report],” Dobles said. “The most relevant parts relate to the modernization of the institute to try and keep pace with many dynamic changes relating to the regulation of fishing activities, both nationally and internationally. [The advisory committee] also mentions the importance of strengthening Incopesca in terms of human and financial resources.”Dobles added that he is not opposed to an analysis and possible revision of the law governing Incopesca’s board, but as it stands, the board is formed in accordance with the law.“The committee recognizes that the makeup of the board of directors now includes five members that may, in some way, share a vision with the private sector, and that four members come from the public sector,” Dobles said. “In that regard, the idea of the committee’s recommendation is to analyze the possibility of giving the public sector more participation in the decision-making process.”Conservationists interpreted the report differently. Wagner Quirós, a spokesman for the Front for Our Seas, called the committee’s recommendation to overhaul Incopesca “historic.”“Hopefully, this isn’t only the end of Incopesca as we know it, but also the dawn of a new era in national marine conservation,” Quirós said.A new vice ministryAnother key element to Chinchilla’s blue agenda is the creation of the Waters and Oceans Vice Ministry, which will promote sustainable marine and coastal development and oversee policy for the country’s oceans, wetlands and rivers – a monumental task, according to the vice ministry’s new leader, José Lino Chaves.For nearly a decade, Chaves has served as the president of the Environment Tribunal, an administrative tribunal under the Environment Ministry that has jurisdiction to prosecute environmental crimes. According to analysts, Chaves is politically savvy, is comfortable in the halls of the Legislative Assembly, and understands Costa Rica’s challenges in enforcing environmental law.“We’ll be pushing strongly for the development of marine protected areas and responsible fishing areas,” Chaves told The Tico Times. Costa Rica currently has 20 marine protected areas covering 5,300 square kilometers – less than 10 percent of its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). “In the Exclusive Economic Zone, we’re going to look for ways to help provide access to artisanal fishermen, while at the same time protecting [the EEZ]. Obviously, we can’t forget about protecting Isla del Coco, and our goal there is to regulate marine areas and implement systems to know where boats are,” Chaves said. “It’s an enormous panorama, but little by little, we understand what needs to be done and are planning to begin with specific objectives.”Filling a legal vacuumSome of Costa Rica’s biggest vulnerabilities at sea are a lack of regulatory legislation to allow authorities to patrol and prosecute violators, and a shortage of trained personnel and equipment to combat illegal fishing and drug trafficking. One of Chinchilla’s decrees sent an Oceanic Navigation Bill to the assembly that would help fill the country’s current legal vacuum.As Gutiérrez noted, “There is no discussion; it is absolutely vital for Costa Rica to have this law.” The bill seeks to strengthen the ability of harbor masters – who work under the Public Works and Transport Ministry, or MOPT – to better regulate licensing for fishing vessels, and in coordination with the Coast Guard – which operates under the Public Security Ministry – track boat locations to ensure they are within areas permitted by their licenses. Currently, harbor masters have no way of determining if ships abide by the distances from shore that their licenses permit, and officials at sea often encounter vessels as far away as Isla del Coco – some 590 kilometers from Costa Rica’s mainland – with licenses allowing them to fish only eight kilometers out. For harbor and Coast Guard officials, regulation is essential not only for public safety – rescue operations for disabled boats at sea are not only costly for taxpayers, but also endanger fishermen’s lives – but also to help combat illegal fishing and drug trafficking and plan sustainable management of fisheries.By 2013, MOPT, the Environment Ministry and the Public Security Ministry will have a radar system in place in the Pacific, enabling them to track ships and cross-reference their locations with licenses. The navigation bill would require ships to utilize onboard GPS tracking systems.The bill also outlines penal sanctions for violators, allowing for better enforcement. Costa Rica currently has no oceanic navigation law, and violators of fishing regulations are subject only to weak administrative sanctions, Gutiérrez said. “We are very involved [in the navigation bill], because [Costa Rica] needs to establish criminal penalties for ships that don’t respect the limitations of their licenses,” Gutiérrez said. “If we know that there are 500 fishermen with five-mile licenses, we can start to ensure that our resources are sustainable, by regulating the number of licenses issued and controlling where people fish. Right now, fishing boats are going wherever they want because it’s disordered and there are only weak sanctions.”Saving the seasOther organizations, such as the Costa Rican Fishing Federation (FECOP), have also called for a furthering of the president’s blue agenda, including stronger regulations on industrial and semi-industrial fishing fleets that using nonselective fishing methods such as trawling, longlines and purse seining.“The major impact on the marine ecosystem in our country is that of overfishing with nonselective fishing gear,” FECOP President Enrique Ramírez noted in a May 25 Tico Times opinion column. “Between 2000 and 2007, total volume of fisheries products decreased by 40 percent, and by 2012, this decrease has probably reached 50 percent or more. This is the result of extractive fisheries policies – more comparable to those of the 17th century – in which the prevailing criteria are maximum capture, least possible effort, lowest cost and as quickly as possible,” Ramírez noted. According to FECOP, data from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization and World Bank indicate the world economy could recover up to $50 billion annually if fish stocks were restored.“In Costa Rica, we are lacking this type of study, as there is no planning involved in the management of fishery resources,” Ramírez wrote.At stake, say conservationists, is the future not only of Costa Rica’s 6,700 marine species – including 90 endemic species, mostly found near Isla del Coco – but also of the thousands of mostly poor families who live in coastal areas and depend on the sea for a livelihood. Halfway through her administration, and armed with a new road map for marine policy reform, Chinchilla has publicly presented a plan for comprehensive change. But according to analysts, implementing those policies likely will depend on the degree of pressure applied by nongovernmental groups and citizens.“It probably won’t happen under this administration, but at least the strategy is there,” Arauz said. “I think it will be up to us, the NGOs, to make sure that strategy prevails into the next administration.” Gutiérrez agreed: “We’ll have to see if the president really gets involved in this. It’s going to require a serious commitment from politicians. Otherwise, we’ll be left only with a report written on paper.” Facebook Commentscenter_img No related posts.last_img read more

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first_imgNational Police officers conducting a routine inspection on a road in the Caribbean province of Limón on Tuesday evening stopped a truck allegedly transporting seafood. Instead of shrimp, officers found a shipment of bootlegged liquor.A Tico surnamed Velásquez and a Salvadoran woman surnamed Ramírez could not produce documents to confirm the goods were legally purchased. Officers confiscated the vehicle and the cargo on tax evasion charges.In their report, cops said the woman offered a ₡500,000 ($940) bribe and was subsequently arrested, along with the man.Limón Police Director Allan Obando said the suspects were taken to a local prosecutor’s office, where the woman was charged with attempted bribery. The Fiscal Control Police (PCF) also plans on bringing tax evasion charges against the couple.Obando said 597 cases of booze were seized, including rum, whiskey, tequila and beer, worth an estimated ₡20 million ($38,000).National Police and PCF officers last August confiscated a similar shipment of contraband liquor hidden inside a tanker truck at Paso Canoas, on the border with Panama. Facebook Comments Related posts:Finance Ministry proposes tougher sanctions to crack down on contraband smuggling Police seize more than 10,000 contraband cigarettes in San José raids Smugglers play central role in money laundering, say law enforcement Police arrest suspect carrying marijuana-based medicine and other pharmaceuticals at Nicaraguan borderlast_img read more

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first_img New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean FILE – In this April 23, 2007 file photo German publisher Alfred Neven DuMont is photographed in Berlin. Alfred Neven DuMont, a prominent German newspaper publisher over several decades, has died. He was 88. Neven DuMont’s company, the M. DuMont Schauberg group, said he died on Saturday. It gave no further details in a statement Sunday May 31, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn,file) 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement He headed the company’s supervisory board from 1990 until January this year. The group now publishes newspapers including the daily Berliner Zeitung and Hamburger Morgenpost and also includes book publisher DuMont.It holds a 20 percent stake in the Haaretz Group, the publisher of one of Israel’s best-known daily papers.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. BERLIN (AP) — Alfred Neven DuMont, a prominent German newspaper publisher for several decades, has died. He was 88.Neven DuMont’s company, the M. DuMont Schauberg group, said he died on Saturday. It gave no further details in a statement Sunday.Neven DuMont joined the family-controlled company in 1953. He took charge of Cologne’s Stadt-Anzeiger daily and founded the tabloid Express in 1964, later serving as the group’s chief executive. Top Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Comments   Share   last_img read more

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first_imgTHAI Holds Revival of Thai Traditional Culture EventTHAI holds revival of Thai Traditional Culture EventMrs. Priyasiri Juathes (fourth from left), Vice President, Product and Guest Experience,  Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), Mr. Krittaphon Chantalitanon  (first from left), THAI Vice President, Alliances and Commercial Strategy, Ms. Jittima Udayachalerm (seventh from left), THAI Director, Royal Orchid Plus, Business Unit, and Mr. Pakorn Chatborirak (third from left), Thai Actor, took photos with Royal Orchid Plus members at the Revival of Thai Traditional Culture event that was held at THAI’s Head Office.THAI and Thai Beverage Public Company Limited jointly organized this event to celebrate Royal Orchid Plus’ 25th Anniversary. Royal Orchid Plus members redeemed 2,500 miles for a photo shoot in Thai traditional attire with Chayanitikorn Photo Studio at THAI’s Head Office.Source = Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI)last_img read more

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first_imgQT Hotels & Resorts is excited to unveil the artist impressions of its 69-room property, QT Queenstown.This lake-view resort will welcome guests from 1 December 2017 to sights of the peaks of the Southern Alps, a quintessentially Queenstown setting – Mother Nature meets modern design.QT Queenstown follows the design-DNA of QT’s predecessor properties, inspired by the surrounding environment along with QT quirk. The property embraces the city’s landmarks, Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables, and encompasses a mixture of alpine and après ski lifestyle, a central narrative running through the public spaces, suites and hotel dining experience. QT Queenstown has been curated by QT collaborators; designer Nic Graham, styled by Anna Roberts and with costumes by Janet Hine.QT Hotels & Resorts redefines the designer hotel experience; Nic Graham has worked on fashioning the QT vision since the first property of the collection, QT Gold Coast in 2011, balancing vintage influences and contemporary style to create a sense of high-class comfort, “this is home but a home many of us don’t experience”.With the needs of the modern traveller in mind, QT Queenstown’s food and drink offerings are a foodie’s paradise with Bazaar Interactive Marketplace and Reds Cocktail Bar.Bazaar continues the aesthetic direction of the resort. The exposed surfaces, the herringbone pattern on the floor and leather straps came from original story-channeling outdoor sports equipment. Foodies with adventurous tastes are enticed by the hustle and bustle of Bazaar. Chefs provide a theatrical and thoroughly interactive dining experience inspired by Central Otago’s fresh produce.The hallmark of design with unparalleled views continues through to Reds with custom QT furniture, including Eames-era chairs and bold wall graphics. Reds is suited to wine connoisseurs and mixologists alike, where New Zealand’s best drops and concoctions are matched to watch the sunset across the alps and lake. Queenstown’s finest bartenders tend to the early afternoon and late night crew with the largest selection of spirits and liqueurs in town, with classic and signature tipples.last_img read more

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