first_imgBy Tabitha McCoy, MSFlickr [120225-A-ZZ999-068 by Minnnesota National Guard, February 25, 2012, CC BY ND 2.0]For many military service members and their families, deployments, geographical separations, and long distance relationships are a way of life. Understanding how vital communication is when separated, many military families utilize Skype or other online video conferencing technologies as a means to stay connected during long periods apart. But what about when it comes to parenting?  How does Skype influence a service member’s ability to foster meaningful relationships with their children through long periods of separation?  As military service professionals we recognize the importance of parental connection, especially when a service member is away.  Thanks to technology we are now equipped with tools such as Skype that help foster communication and connection during long periods of separation.  However as wonderful as technology may be, parenting via Skype does not come without it’s own unique set of barriers.  For starters, we are talking about utilizing Skype as a means to communicate and connect with children, sometimes very young children, perhaps even toddlers. Talking with a child versus an adult over Skype is going to look much different and while parenting in itself is no easy task, parenting over Skype can be even harder. In the article Parenting Over Skype: 7 Lessons from Military Families, readers are given lessons on how to effectively incorporate Skype as a way to stay connected during periods of separation as well as how to over come some of those unique barriers. Have reasonable expectationsDon’t push itFind ways to be part of your child’s routineDevelop rituals togetherAsk specific questionsKeep your interactions positiveShow appreciationIt is important to remember that stress levels can be high for military families during long periods of separation and feeling disconnected will only further hinder a service member’s ability to parent over Skype.  As military service professionals we can easily incorporate these lessons into our conversations with the military families we serve, helping parents to foster meaningful connections with their children…even over Skype. This post was written by Tabitha McCoy, MS, a clinical service professional at FamilyWorks Therapy Clinic at Valdosta State University and a member of the MFLN Family Development team.  The Family Development Teams aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network Family Development concentration on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.last_img read more

first_imgIll Winds “Promote deforestation, pollute without restriction and you shall be rewarded with retribution: no wind, no trees, no rains.”ANKANA DAGA, on e-mail Cloudy Prospects Given the ominous weather looming large over the globe, countries should focus on fighting this natural threat rather than indulge in skirmishes over region and,Ill Winds”Promote deforestation, pollute without restriction and you shall be rewarded with retribution: no wind, no trees, no rains.”ANKANA DAGA, on e-mailCloudy Prospects Given the ominous weather looming large over the globe, countries should focus on fighting this natural threat rather than indulge in skirmishes over region and religion (“What’s Wrong With the Weather?” August 12). The global weather waft will annihilate life on earth if this deterioration is not curbed. K. CHIDANAND KUMAR, Bangalore Rather than fighting among ourselves, we would do well to reduce our contribution to the environmental crisis before it overwhelms us. Each of us has the responsibility to make this planet a decent legacy for our children. It requires 625 sq ft of green surface area to produce one’s daily requirement of oxygen. If you do not have this much in your garden, you are using someone else’s oxygen. V. VENKATARAMAN, on e-mail The effects of global warming will have to be borne by the people and politicians alike. The Kyoto Protocol will probably get drowned in the melting of polar ice and the rising sea levels around the globe. Since the developed countries seem to be paying lip service to the problem of global warming, India should devise a meaningful long-term strategy for combating the monsoon’s erratic behaviour. SUJA NAMBIAR, Karaikal “Unless junior officers get dignified status and quality life, campaigning cannot attract talent for the officer cadre in the defence forces.” SADHNA UPADHYAYA, on e-mailMahatma Gandhi’s words ring true: “There are sufficient resources to satisfy everyone’s need but there’s not much left for anyone’s greed.” To satisfy our greed we have exploited nature to such an extent that nature has now decided to retaliate. It will not be long before Homo sapiens cease to exist. DIPTANSU SHARMA, Guwahati What is the purpose of sending rockets and satellites into outer space in search of extra-terrestrial life when our own planet remains unexplored and our people live in danger? To save the earth, Indians have to control population growth since overuse of natural resources is beginning to wreak havoc. Either we mend our ways or prepare to vanish from the face of the earth. Politicians, too, should relin- quish petty politics and work collectively to save the earth. BHUPINDER S. PARMAR, Jalandhar Bad Karma No one can deny that Sanjay Dutt has been reckless and self-destructive in continuing his relations with the mafia after getting a second lease of life (“Bollywood’s Bad Boy”, August 12). He has displayed immaturity and a tendency to run after the forbidden like an uninformed child. This time though, there does not seem to be any way out for Bollywood’s ill-fated child-man. SOWMYA RAJARAM, on e-mail What inspires dutt in repeated trysts with the underworld-fame, money or power? In a country like India where filmstars are revered as demi-gods, Dutt has lost the moral right to play the hero. SUSHANT SACHDEVA, on e-mail For Dutt, the thin line between life and art got blurred when he played the role of a mafia leader in one film after another. But he is only a victim and not a perpetrator of crime. B.K. BHATTACHARYA, Delhi I have often wondered what people who sympathise with Dutt’s “hard life” mean when he has always had everything going for him-a caring family, an affluent background and a flourishing career. His so-called misfortunes have been a result of his own actions. RADHIKA OLTIKAR, Mumbai After all that he went through for his alleged connections in the 1992 Bombay blasts Dutt should have had the good sense to maintain his distance from the underworld even if he could not completely cut off connections with them. At least now he must learn for the sake of the people who still have faith in him. KEERTHI MEHER ALLOJI, on e-mail Talking Point In an era of recession the only industry that seems to be flourishing is the cellular one (“Unlimited Mobility”, August 12). With rate cuts, alluring deals and affordable handsets, the one beneficiary, apart from the industry itself, is the subscriber. No wonder mobile mania has gripped even smaller towns. AMIT PARTAP, Solan, Himachal Pradesh Mean Machine If children show ruthless behaviour, it has to do with the media depicting violence as a way of life (“Rage of Innocents”, August 12). While the moral police is worried about the portrayal of sex in movies, they miss out on one point: domestic violence, wife-beating and bullying scenes also affect the young viewer adversely. Parents too fail to see how aggressive, selfish and reckless their children become playing violent computer and video games. J. VARGHESE, on e-mail It is unscientific to say that behaviour problems are on the rise in the present generation of children by quoting a figure from one or two current studies without providing a reference point for comparison. A few decades ago the figure based on a few quick-fix surveys used to be 20 per cent-far worse than the 12 per cent figure quoted now. Every generation tends to have a negative view of the younger generation although the world has evidently changed for the better. DR PREM LATA CHAWLA, DelhiDown, Not Out Sachin Tendulkar is one of the greatest players of all times and casting doubts on his performance is like committing a sin (“Testing Times”, August 12). He has always given his all on the field, be it batting, bowling or fielding. It is only a matter of a couple of Test innings and the same critics who are now running Tendulkar down will start singing paeans in his honour. RAKESH SINGHVI, on e-mail Bowl to Cup If we are aiming for the World Cup, producing Yuvraj Singhs and Mohammed Kaifs will not be enough (“Generation Next”, July 29). We need some Shoaib Akhtars and Glenn McGraths too. ROHIT SAINI, on e-mail Flesh and Blood Standards of morality cannot be equated with those of decorum (“Is Sex Okay?”, August 5). There is nothing immoral about making love but it is an act that needs privacy. The trouble with sexual events as an object of artistic or literary representation is that its meaning is not always apparent to a spectator who doesn’t know the motivations. Sex is okay but pornography is not a spectator sport. JOTIN D. PHUKAN, Guwahati The censor board believes that its duty is to protect Indian children from violent films. What its members should know is that anyone anywhere in India can readily get CDs and cassettes of X-rated movies. VINIT MATHUR, Barmer, Rajasthan The censor board needs to take a stronger position in curbing violent scenes in Indian cinema than the concupiscent ones. C.P. BELLIAPPA, Coorg All the Hindutva leaders who scream in support of astrology and vedic maths in school curricula should perhaps think of introducing the Kamasutra for sex education. Anyway, if we can decide who should govern us, why should someone else get to make the decision about what we should be able to see? RAHUL PRASAD, on e-mail The censor board may be hypocritical and inconsistent but the liberals of Bollywood and the media should stop pushing sex in films under the cover of democracy, free speech and progress as this has nothing to do with being a liberal democracy. It is simply a matter of economics: sex sells. BEN OBERKIRSCH, on e-mail advertisementadvertisementMature Bonds”Marriages of senior citizens is society’s way of adjusting to changing trends.” AANCHAL ARORA on e-mail “It just shows that it is never too late to attempt anything in life.” SARITA WARIYER on e-mailRocking the Boat It is unfortunate that the company claiming to be a role model for the Indian industry has suddenly developed cold feet at the whiff of bad news (“Silicon Jitters”, August 5). By remaining tight-lipped, Infosys of ficials have shown that its avowed adherence to corporate governance is a sham. Particularly galling was CEO Nandan Nilekani’s statement praising Phaneesh Murthy for driving US sales when at stake was the integrity of the top management, something found lacking at the time of reckoning. SUNIL NAGAR, Chennai Beating Retreat If their instruments are now dying a slow death, India’s classical musicians have only themselves to blame as they played to the gallery, promoted only their children and did not create enough following despite 50 years of state grants and promotion (“Discordant Notes”, August 5). ASHISH KHOKAR, Bangalore It is appalling that our culture is being allowed to die a silent death. If we don’t preserve these instruments, we shall be guilty of burying our past and such a country cannot have a future. It is time to take action to keep the instruments alive. ABHIGYAN VADERA, on e-mail Milk Shake While the ravals deserve appreciation, their claim that groundnut milk is a new discovery is far fetched (“The White Lie”, July 29). Mahatma Gandhi successfully produced soymilk in his ashram, with the Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore, being the first in India to perfect the process of making groundnut milk. A pilot plant for mass manufacture was established at CFTRI, which blended groundnut protein with milk to produce Miltone with nutritive value almost equal to that of milk. CFTRI did not file for a patent for these processes as it felt that they should be made available to as many people as possible. The Miltone plant in Bangalore was active till Operation Flood made milk more available. M.R. CHANDRASEKHARA, retired scientist, CFTRI, Mysoreadvertisementlast_img read more

first_imgTS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? Mayweather previously said he was already making “seven figures” just by talking about it.Nasukawa, 20, appearing earlier in the day, said he wanted people to see his “courage, determination and challenging spirit.”Nasukawa, despite his no-loss record in kickboxing and mixed martial arts, was previously little known outside Japan. He said he enjoyed the sudden international attention.He acknowledged he didn’t understand what the English comments were saying on his Instagram account but added: “I love it.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Mayweather had initially appeared to walk away from the fight, set for Saitama Super Arena, on the northern outskirts of Tokyo.The Mayweather-Nasukawa bout will culminate an evening of more than a dozen fights, which will be streamed by FITE for a fee, but not in the U.S. Fuji TV is broadcasting the fights in Japan.“It’s all about entertainment, come Dec. 31. I want to go out and have fun,” said Mayweather, appearing relaxed and gushing about how he liked Asia and his fans in the region.Mayweather hasn’t fought since beating Conor McGregor more than a year ago for his 50th win from 50 fights.Nobuyuki Sakakibara, the head of Rizin Fighting Federation, who traveled to the U.S. to woo Mayweather back to the fight, has said it involves the largest payout for an exhibition fight but has not given specifics.ADVERTISEMENT Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue BREAKING: Corrections officer shot dead in front of Bilibid SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion But the American was adamant that his opponent wasn’t going to knock him out or down on Monday.“Throughout my years at boxing, I never touched the canvas once,” Mayweather, 41, told reporters at a Tokyo hotel, brushing off the upcoming event as “just another day.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chief“I can do three rounds in my sleep,” he added.Neither kicking nor official results are part of the Rizin Fighting Federation match, but a knockout is possible under the special rules. Floyd Mayweather Jr. speaks during a news conference in Tokyo Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018. Mayweather is scheduled to fight Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in a three-round exhibition match in Japan on New Year’s Eve. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)TOKYO — Floyd Mayweather is promising entertainment when he fights Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in three rounds of exhibition boxing on New Year’s Eve, but not necessarily a knockout.“If it happens, it happens,” Mayweather said Saturday when asked whether he was going to knock out Nasukawa.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño MOST READ LATEST STORIES Javee Mocon showing Caloy Garcia, Rain or Shine why he’s ‘steal of the draft’ Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss View commentslast_img read more

first_imgIndia cricket team has been synonymous with its blue jersey over the years. The senior national team, the most-followed in the country, are famously dubbed as the Men in Blue.However, that is about to change as India are gearing up to sport Orange jerseys for their World Cup 2019 match against England on June 30. Every team at the 10-team World Cup apart from hosts England have been asked to come up with two jerseys, including a reserve jersey for away matches.India Today had confirmed earlier this week that India will be wearing a new Orange-dominated jersey for the game vs England. England, who also wear a blue-dominated jersey, have the right to retain their first-choice kits since they have been labelled as the home team for their big-ticket clash in Birmingham.”For televised ICC events all participating teams will be required to provide for two different coloured kits, except for the host country who has a preference in the choice of colour and may, if it chooses to do so, provide only one coloured kit to be worn in all matches throughout the event,” the International Cricket Council had said in a release.As it turns out, images of an Orange-dominated jersey is going viral on social media with several users claiming it to be India’s official reserve kit. Patches of Orange can be seen along the shoulders and collar with a dark-blue splattering dominating the shirt.Popular fan of Team India and Sachin Tendulkar, Sudhir Kumar posted a photo of the rumoured Indian away kit on his Instagram page, adding to speculations.advertisementHowever, India Today has not been able to verify the authenticity of the claims. Neither the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) nor the official kit manufacturers of Team India have confirmed the official design of India’s away kit for World Cup 2019.Is this India’s new away Jersey? @BCCI @ICC pic.twitter.com/KwNIfPhNT4Tejas Bhatia (@tejasbhatiaa) June 21, 2019India’s new orange jersey against Afghanistan.Isn’t it looking like IPL’s Gujarat Lions team’s jersey ?? #Worldcup #ICCWC2019 #ICCCricketWorldCup2019 pic.twitter.com/BOrYWx5WVZRj Harshil (@RjHarshil) June 20, 2019This match is going to be interesting.New jersey and highest score India.I guess it could cross 400 if toss wins??#INDvAFG pic.twitter.com/OCrN7eJfQXimmortal soul (@Nagesh70731601) June 22, 2019Notably, Sri Lanka had used their reserve kits, which is dominated by a splattering of yellow, during their upset win over hosts England on Friday at Headingley in Leeds. South Africa had changed the colour of their shirts from green to yellow for their second World Cup 2019 match against Bangladesh who also wear green kits. Bangladesh had also unveiled an away kit with a dominant red colour.Meanwhile, Afghanistan are expected to don the reserve kits for Saturday’s match vs in-form India in Southampton. Notably, both the teams wear blue jerseys and since India is recognized as the home team for the Rose Bowl tie, Gulbadin Naib’s men will sport a different jersey.Team Afghanistan’s playing kits for the @ICC @cricketworldcup 2019. #AfghanAtalan #CWC2019 pic.twitter.com/XtmmOg19wFAfghanistan Cricket Board (@ACBofficials) May 8, 2019India, who are sitting pretty with 7 points from 4 matches, take on Afghanistan (June 22), West Indies (June 27) before they face hosts and title favourites England on June 30.Also Read | Sri Lanka loss will hurt but England will be ready for upcoming matches, says Jos ButtlerAlso Read | Indian fans defend Sarfaraz Ahmed after Pakistan captain gets body shamed againAlso See:last_img read more

first_imgzoom The ratings of the German shipping bank Norddeutsche Landesbank GZ (NORD/LB) and its subsidiary Deutsche Hypothekenbank (Actien-Gesellschaft) (Deutsche Hypo), including the banks’ long-term deposit ratings, have been downgraded to A3 from A2, according to Moody’s rating agency.Furthermore, their long-term debt ratings and NORD/LB’s issuer rating were downgraded to Baa1 from A3, as well as both of their short-term debt and deposit ratings to Prime-2 from Prime-1.This follows Moody’s downgrade of NORD/LB’s Baseline Credit Assessment (BCA) to ba3 from ba2 and of its Adjusted BCA to ba1 from baa3.Moody’s said that the rating outlooks on NORD/LB’s issuer rating and on both entities’ debt and deposit ratings are negative.These rating actions conclude the rating review for NORD/LB and its affiliates opened on June 1, 2016, which were prompted by NORD/LB and BremerLB reporting losses in the first half of 2016 amid an extended difficult trading environment for the global shipping industry, as well as by NORD/LB’s announcement that it will acquire full ownership of BremerLB within the next months.“NORD/LB’s solvency will remain vulnerable to an extension of the current period of depressed freight rates for shipping firms globally even as it has started a process of de-risking and of bolstering problem loan provisioning levels,” Bernhard Held, a Moody’s Vice President, said.last_img read more

first_imgAPTN National NewsDuring APTN’s Town Hall held Tuesday, many viewers were touched by a poem written by a young man from Alberta.Reuben Sawdo-Williams, 14, used his own experience with racism to write the poem.APTN National News spoke to Sawdo-Williams, but first he reads his poem.last_img

Five vehicles belonging to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), its non-governmental partners and Médecins Sans Frontières Suisse have been stolen at gunpoint in the past 72 hours, while the UNHCR compound in Guereda was entered by armed men on two nights this week.Serge Malé, UNHCR’s representative in Chad, said the agency was “left only with one choice, much to our regret, which is to relocate most staff out of the Guereda area, as we cannot continue to perform our activities in favour of refugees.”Four UNHCR staff and 28 local and international staff with the agency’s partners were flown to the regional centre of Abeché today, while a convoy of eight vehicles also travelled from Guereda so that the few remaining vehicles in the town were not attacked.A minimum amount of staff will remain to ensure there is basic support in the two refugee camps, Mile and Kounoungou, operating in the area. The two camps – host almost 30,000 refugees from Sudan’s war-wracked Darfur region – have been officially handed over to refugee leaders to manage while UNHCR staff numbers are reduced.The most serious incident occurred in the early hours of Wednesday, when two armed men wearing military uniforms jumped the wall of the UNHCR compound and threatened the guards with guns so that they can steal two vehicles.Early this morning an unknown man armed with a Kalashnikov automatic rifle entered the UNHCR guesthouse before being chased off by staff members of the agency’s local partner.Tensions between the Chadian National Army and opposition forces have been building in Guereda and the wider region since Monday, while the problems in the town have been exacerbated by ethnic clashes between Zaghawas and Tamas.Jorge Holly, head of the UNHCR field office in Guereda, said the local authorities do not have the necessary means to protect agency staff or other aid workers.“In this area, we have a state of complete impunity,” he said. “Guereda is getting very vulnerable. If humanitarian workers are not around, it is impossible to provide adequate protection to the refugees. But the situation here is getting out of control and we also have to protect our staff and partners.”The security situation is also tense inside the Chadian capital, N’Djamena, in the southwest of the country, with the international staff of both UN agencies and NGOs advised to stay at home.Eastern Chad is currently home to about 240,000 Sudanese living in 12 official refugee camps, which have sprung up since the Darfur conflict began more than four years ago.Meanwhile, about 5,800 refugees from the Central African Republic (CAR) have arrived in several border villages in southern Chad in the past few weeks, fleeing attacks by zaraguinas or cattle rustlers in the north of their homeland.Last year the Security Council authorized the establishment of a multi-dimensional UN presence in Chad and the CAR, including a peacekeeping mission to be known as MINURCAT, to try to stabilize the region.In a related development, a meeting of troop and police-contributing countries for MINURCAT and two other missions – the hybrid UN-African Union force in Darfur (UNAMID) and the force in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (known as MONUC) – was held at UN Headquarters in New York today.General Per Five, a military adviser with the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), told the meeting that UNAMID is still lacking helicopters, a key capacity for the mission to operate successfully.Assistant Secretary-General Jane Holl Lute said it was vital to move ahead with the deployment of UNAMID as MINURCAT will not succeed if the mission in neighbouring Darfur is failing.In Addis Ababa, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned against cross-border instability. “The situation in Chad and the continued military conflict there should not spill over negatively to the peace and security in Darfur,” the deployment of peacekeepers or the ongoing political process in Darfur, he told a press briefing. 31 January 2008The United Nations refugee agency today evacuated most of its staff from its office in a town in eastern Chad after a series of armed attacks this week on the agency and other aid organizations operating in the troubled region. read more

22 April 2009Wrapping up a visit to China today, the top United Nations relief official praised the East Asian nation’s disaster preparedness and recovery efforts as the first anniversary of the devastating Wenchuan earthquake neared. During his two-day trip, John Holmes, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, met with top officials and reiterated his sympathy for those affected by the disaster, which struck the country on 12 May 2008 and left nearly 100,000 people either dead or missing.In his talks with authorities, he encouraged the Government to take a greater role in multilateral humanitarian efforts, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).There was agreement on the need to step up UN-China cooperation on curbing disaster risk and bolstering preparedness, especially in the context of climate change, OCHA said.Increased collaboration between the world body and China was another major topic, particularly during a meeting Mr. Holmes had with Chen Jianmin, Director of the China Earthquake Administration.At the closing of the International Conference on Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction held in Beijing, Mr. Holmes stressed that “the poor, especially poor women, suffer the most from the impact of disasters, due both to their greater vulnerability and to their lesser capacity to address the disaster risks they live with.”Mr. Holmes called for greater emphasis to be placed on national and regional capacity-building, calling this a “win-win approach” to tackling cross-cutting humanitarian and developmental issues. read more

OTTAWA — The federal government will return 90 per cent of all the money it collects from a carbon price directly to the Canadians.But it has pushed back the start date of its new carbon tax another four months to allow the affected provinces to prepare.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled the details of the carbon tax rebates at a Toronto college on Tuesday, in an attempt to sell Canadians on the need to pay for pollution without breaking their pocketbooks.“Starting next year, it will no longer be free to pollute anywhere in Canada,” Trudeau said at Humber College.Unlike some political leaders, both in Canada and elsewhere, the prime minister said he is not willing to pass the burden of climate change on to our children and grandchildren.Ottawa required all provinces to put a minimum price on pollution of $20 a tonne of emissions by Jan. 1. Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick have not complied and will have a federal carbon levy on fuels as well as a cap-and-trade style of system for large industrial emitters imposed on them.Residents in those provinces will start getting federal rebates on their next tax return to offset the extra costs they will pay for everything from gasoline and groceries to home heating and electricity.British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, Newfoundland, and the Northwest Territories all put a price on pollution high enough to meet federal standards and the revenues in those provinces are being handled by those provincial governments. Nunavut and the Yukon both chose to use the federal system and therefore they also will get to decide how to use the revenues.Prince Edward Island asked to use just the big industrial emitters portion of the federal program, but will have its own carbon levy, so it too will get to distribute the revenues as it sees fit.Ottawa anticipates collecting more than $2.3 billion in carbon taxes in those provinces and 90 per cent of that will go to household rebates. The payments vary because carbon taxes collected will be higher depending on how provinces power and heat homes.The remaining 10 per cent will be handed out to small and medium-sized businesses, schools, hospitals and other organizations that can’t pass on their costs from the carbon tax directly to consumers. Details of that program are not yet available.Rebates will be determined when Canadians file taxes, either added to the refund payment or deducted from tax owing. The amount will be based on the number of adults and children in a household.People who live outside of census metropolitan areas will get 10 per cent more than those in cities to account for their increased energy use and lack of public transportation as an option to reduce their fuel consumption.The average household payments will be $248 in New Brunswick, $300 in Ontario, $336 in Manitoba and $598 in Saskatchewan.Trudeau said putting a price on pollution provides an incentive for people and businesses to find ways to reduce their emissions, but he doesn’t want to make life unaffordable for families. The rebates will ensure families don’t suffer and can further increase their savings if they do find ways to reduce their emissions.Officials say 70 per cent of people in those provinces will get back more than they end up paying out as fuel costs rise to incorporate the carbon tax.Every individual in those provinces regardless of income, will be eligible for a rebate.They will also get a four-month reprieve from the carbon tax as the government pushed the implementation of its $20 per tonne tax to April 1 to give more time to fuel distributors and other companies to put it in place.The carbon tax is set to be a critical element for debate in the next federal election with the Conservatives promising to scrap it if they are elected and growing push back from premiers. Trudeau believes Canadians will be on the side of pricing pollution in order to ensure emissions are cut and climate change is kept in check because they have seen the impacts from forest fires and floods to droughts and heat waves.“Will we kick this can down the road yet again to be dealt with in another place or at another time or will we show some courage and do what needs to be done for this generation and the next,” he said.Trudeau was with Environment Minister Catherine McKenna and Finance Minister Bill Morneau in Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s Toronto riding to make the announcement. Ford has been among the most critical of the carbon tax and immediately cancelled Ontario’s cap and trade system when he was elected earlier this year.In a statement, Ford tore into the carbon plan as a “massive tax hike.”“The people of Canada are too smart to believe that Trudeau’s phony rebates are anything more than a temporary vote buying scheme that will be discarded once the election is over,” he said. “In contrast, the carbon tax rip-off is forever.”Trudeau said Conservative politicians who want to criticize the carbon tax have to answer to Canadians.Ottawa announced two years ago it would require every province to have a price on emissions, and that it would impose one on those who refused. The current requirement is for it to be $20 a tonne by Jan. 1, rising $10 each year until it hits $50 a tonne in 2022. read more

The 648 proposed new technical cooperation projects for the next two years demonstrate the wide scope of the Agency’s mandate, and the positive impact of its work on the lives of people around the world, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano told the Board in Vienna, Austria. “Importantly for our work, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by world leaders in September, contain explicit recognition of the importance of science and technology for development,” he said. “The SDGs cover many areas in which the IAEA contributes a great deal,” Mr. Amano continued. “These include energy, food security and nutrition, human health, protection of the oceans and management of water resources, as well as climate change.” The SDGs are a set of universal development goals, targets and indicators that countries can use to frame their agendas and political policies over the next 15 years. They were adopted by the UN General Assembly in September. Mr. Amano said Member States may choose to reflect SDG targets in their development plans, which could be reflected in their IAEA country programme frameworks. The Director General also briefed the Board on the progress of plans to modernize the IAEA’s nuclear applications laboratories in Seibersdorf, near Vienna. The Insect Pest Control Laboratory will be the first of two new laboratory buildings scheduled for construction under the Renovation of the Nuclear Applications Laboratories (ReNuAL) project. Modernization of the labs will improve the IAEA’s ability to help countries use nuclear science and technology to achieve the SDGs, Mr. Amano said. Construction of the first laboratory is expected to begin next April. Mr. Amano told the Board that the construction of the second building, the Flexible Modular Laboratory, will begin once the required funding is available. So far, some 13.9 million euros has been provided or pledged by 20 Member States for the ReNuAL project, he confirmed, thanking them for their support. “However, we still need an additional 6.7 million euros. I again call on all Member States in a position to do so to contribute generously.” Turning to nuclear energy, Mr. Amano noted that the IAEA will be participating in side events at the United Nations climate change conference, COP21, that begins in Paris next week. The objective of the conference is to reach an agreement on combating global warming. “Many countries expect nuclear power to play an important role in their energy mix in the coming decades,” Mr. Amano said. “It is one of the lowest emitters of carbon dioxide among energy sources, considering emissions through the entire life cycle.” On nuclear safety, Mr. Amano noted that his report on the Fukushima Daiichi accident and the final report on the implementation of the IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety had been published in September. “Work is underway to incorporate the output from these major undertakings into the Agency’s regular nuclear safety activities,” he said. In the area of nuclear verification, the IAEA is conducting preparatory activities related to the verification and monitoring of Iran’s nuclear-related commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), agreed between Iran, China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union in July this year. This includes verification and monitoring of the steps Iran has begun taking towards the implementation of its commitments under the agreement, Mr. Amano underlined. He noted that the activities set out in the Road-map for the clarification of past and present outstanding issues regarding Iran’s nuclear programme for the period up to 15 October were completed on schedule and a wrap-up technical meeting took place on 24 November. “Next week, I expect to provide my final assessment on all past and present outstanding issues, as set out in my report of November 2011, for action by the Board,” Mr. Amano said. Meanwhile, an IAEA team of experts today said Russia’s Novovoronezh Nuclear Power Plant has improved safety in recent years by, for example, using innovative techniques to reduce its impact on the environment. The team also proposed further improvements such as completing work to bring the plant’s various quality arrangements into a single integrated management system. A press release issued by the Agency indicated that the Operational Safety Review Team (OSART) today concluded a 19-day mission to assess operational safety at Unit 5 of the Novovoronezh NPP in the Russian Federation, one of the plant’s three operating reactors. OSART missions aim to improve operational safety by objectively assessing safety performance using the IAEA’s Safety Standards and proposing recommendations for improvement where appropriate. read more

first_img20 000 tonnes de déchets toxiques toujours à ciel ouvert à BhopalDepuis le plus grand accident industriel de l’histoire, en 1984, en Inde, la ville de Bhopal continue d’amasser des déchets toxiques. Des centaines d’habitants de la ville, dont des survivants de la catastrophe, ont ainsi défilé dans les rues lors d’une visite du ministre de l’Intérieur, P. Chidambaram.Il y a 27 ans maintenant, dans la nuit du 3 décembre 1984, une fuite de gaz toxique à l’usine américaine de pesticides Union Carbide de Bophal (rachetée 15 ans plus tard par la société Dow Chemical) avait fait des milliers de victimes, aboutissant à un bilan colossal : 3.500 morts par suffocation dans les premiers jours, 15.000 décès des suites de maladies respiratoires et 800.000 autres personnes affectées d’une façon ou d’une autre au cours des années suivantes.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Malgré cette catastrophe, le site de l’usine de pesticides recèle aujourd’hui encore des déchets toxiques et n’a toujours pas été nettoyé. “Près de 20.000 tonnes de déchets toxiques reposent à ciel ouvert à Bhopal, présentant un danger sanitaire pour la population”, dénonce auprès de l’AFP Nawab Khan, un des manifestants ayant apostrophé le ministre indien de l’Intérieur lors de sa visite dans la ville. Or, “personne ne s’interroge aujourd’hui sur la façon de se débarrasser des produits chimiques toxiques”, a-t-il ajouté. Le mois dernier, l’organisme public allemand d’aide au développement GIZ a indiqué être en pourparlers avec le gouvernement indien pour retraiter 350 tonnes de déchets de l’usine chimique. Mais aujourd’hui, aucune annonce concrète et officielle n’a encore été faite.Le 7 juin 2012 à 15:13 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #Nativesoutraged, #phantomemployeesreceivingpaychecks Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, August 4, 2017 – Nassau – Hundreds of dead people are collecting paychecks from the Government and there are high ranking ministry and department officials who are well aware of it, this public perspective is not yet supported by evidence but it is still making rounds in the social media buzz today and comments and conjecture are being widely circulated, promoted and broadcast as the country prepares for an unprecedented national Government Employee verification drive which runs August 8-31.“These people dead and you still letting them get a paycheck, somebody collecting their money, send their *** to jail!”While some residents defend the ousted PLP Administration which is being blamed for the mess, others are begging the Minnis administration to jail those found culpable.“If this government did not take over, I know I would have been one to fly out of this country and go in America and beg the President Trump to let me stay in America ’cause that was my only option in order to survive.”The outrage is sparked by a news report that some $80M could be saved each year if the employee list of the Bahamas public sector was cleaned up.#MagneticMediaNews#Nativesoutraged#phantomemployeesreceivingpaycheckslast_img read more

first_imgKolkata: Mayor Sovan Chatterjee on Friday made it clear before the Alipore Court that he would stick to his decision of divorce. Both Chatterjee and his wife Ratna appeared before the Alipore Court hearing in the case of a divorce petition that was filed by the Mayor last year.Sources at the court said the judge tried his best to mend matters, however, Chatterjee stuck to his stand of seeking divorce. It is, however, not for the first time that Chatterjee had said he wants to part her ways with her wife. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsIt is learnt that Chatterjee told the judge that he has been financially cornered by his wife and does not want any sort of amicability with his wife. Ratna Chatterjee started shedding tears at the adamant attitude of her husband and left the court room weeping as the hearing ended.The Mayor was supposed to appear before the court on April 26 but he skipped attendance citing his poor health condition.Mayor Sovan Chatterjee on April 20 had lodged a complaint with Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar claiming that the officer-in-charge of Parnasree police station is allegedly threatening his security men and is taking side of his wife Ratna Chatterjee. Chatterjee in his complaint letter to Kumar on Thursday alleged that some private security personnel, whom he had appointed to guard his assets and documents at his ancestral property in Parnasree, have been threatened by Ratna Chatterjee in connivance with the local police officials.last_img read more

first_imgHouse Subcommittee Investigates Effect of Regulation on Cost of Housing in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News March 22, 2016 619 Views Government Regulation House Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance Housing Affordability 2016-03-22 Seth Welborn Share According to a release from the Subcommittee on Tuesday afternoon, housing demands in the American housing market have changed since the financial crisis in 2008, and that federal housing regulations are “too antiquated” to address future consumers’ housing needs. The Subcommittee further stated it believes that regulatory barriers are inhibiting the development and preservation of rental housing—and affecting the cost of building and maintaining affordable housing.“While overall homeownership rates have dropped, rental rates have been rising,” said Mechele Dickerson, Professor, the University of Texas at Austin School of Law, a witness at the hearing. “Since the recession, the number of renters in the U.S. increased by double digits. In fact, recent survey results show that renters are now the majority in nine of the 11 largest U.S. metropolitan areas.  While there is a robust market for high-end, luxury apartments, affordable rental units are not being built at a rate that is keeping pace with the heightened demand for those units. It is especially difficult for middle-income families to find affordable rental units in large U.S. cities.” The House Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance on Tuesday afternoon held a hearing to examine the effect of government regulations on the cost of housing—and whether those regulations are hindering or promoting affordability.Subcommittee Chairman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Missouri) has been an outspoken critic of government regulation when it comes to housing and the financial industry. Last week, he told a group of bankers that they need to “find a way to neuter” Dodd-Frank advocate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) and called her “the Darth Vader of the financial world.” Warren responded by saying if Republicans want to try to roll back Dodd-Frank, “Let’s have that fight. I’m ready.”In Tuesday’s hearing, titled “The Future of Housing in America: Government Regulations and the High Cost of Housing,” Luetkemeyer was critical of the government’s intervention into housing.“Government has inserted itself into the business of housing by mandating affordable housing and community reinvestment while simultaneously stifling creation of affordable housing and community reinvestment. It’s time to promote the development and availability of housing for low- to mid-income Americans, not restrict it,” Luetkemeyer said. “So today we ask ourselves: where do people go when they reach self-sufficiency? Is the stock of affordable market-rate housing plentiful enough to support the people seeking it? The unfortunate answer is no.”last_img read more

first_imgThe Big City Rental Problem in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News March 22, 2017 587 Views Sharecenter_img Homeownership Rent 2017-03-22 Seth Welborn High rent is the norm in big cities. In cities in the U.S. and around the globe, rents for one-bedroom homes tend to be high, with some exceptions. High rents in these areas may cause some consumers to switch from renting to homeownership. According to U.S. News, however, while many cities are seeing a shift from renting to homeownership in the face of rising rent costs, Detroit renters surpass homeowners for the first time in 50 years.MReport previously reported that 15 of the 23 U.S. cities covered by the Beracha, Hardin & Johnson (BH&J) Buy vs. Rent Index were in a “buy” territory, as opposed to “rent.” But in Detroit, the opposite is true, as the latest estimates available from the U.S. Census Bureau show that about 53 percent of Detroit residents rent their homes.Wendy Lewis Jackson, who manages the Kresge Foundation’s Detroit revitalization programs, told U.S. News that the switch to a majority-rental market creates a need for new ways of thinking about the city.”I think there’s an opportunity because many families with young children have moved into these homes,” she said. “And so now, how do we as a city put the right supports around the rental market to ensure stability?”Though this may cause some economic concern, Anika Goss-Foster, director of the Detroit Future City Implementation Office, said the trend doesn’t mean Detroit is on a downward spiral.”But it does mean that we need to pay more attention to this market. Because not only are there more renters, there are low-income renters living in poor-quality housing, and that’s really what we need to be concerned about,” Godd-Foster told U.S. News. Goss-Foster estimates that one in five single-family rented homes in Detroit have been provided subsidies by state or federal housing programs.”This is poor-quality expensive housing that people can’t afford to maintain or live in,” Goss-Foster said. “It’s a really big problem.”last_img read more

first_imgFirefighters were on alert throughout Thursday night after a blaze broke out outside the village of Kivides, Limassol.The fire started just after 8pm west of the village and in hard-to-reach terrain.Authorities deployed a dozen vehicles to the area, while water-dropping helicopters were placed on standby, ready to start operating at first light.Earlier in the day, firefighters had put out a fire in the Droushia area, Paphos, but not before it had burned six hectares of wild brush and trees.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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