Tamara PimentelAPTN NewsMembers of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) in northern Alberta voiced its opposition to the Syncrude Mildred Lake extension project on Monday at a hearing in Fort McMurray, Alta.“This project here is just going to continue to add to more problems we are having today,” said Chief Allan Adam of the ACFN.“It isn’t going to get any better.”The hearings are being held by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).Extending Syncrude’s operation, 40 km north of Fort McMurray would allow the mine to produce 738 million barrels of bitumen the company said and create 1,160 construction jobs.But it would also extend Syncrude’s operations on the ACFN traditional land by 14 years.(Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Chief Allan Adam at the hearings in Fort McMurray)Adam is worried about declining water levels, elimination of caribou and moose habitats and contamination of the waterways.“I remember, as a kid, you could drink water from the Athabasca River. You can drink water from the Athabasca Lake, you can eat the fish.” Adam said,“I remember those days. But now, today, you can’t do it.”The hearings have been ongoing since Jan. 22.Dene Elder Roy Ladouceur lives off the land in Poplar Point.He testified at the hearing and said low water levels have made travelling on ice roads difficult for transportation.“Leave oil alone as it is for the time being,” he said. “Give mother nature its own space and time. Mother nature knows best how it goes about doing its own rehabilitation and reclamation.“It’s all in her hands.”(Dene Elder Roy Ladouceur)Adam said the message he wants get across is “how we’re displeased with Syncrude’s behavior over the last 40 of operating in this region.”In the 1970s, the town of Fort McMurray collaborated with Syncrude-owned Northward Developments to evict Indigenous families in Moccasin Flats to build the River Park Glen Housing Complex.“Their agenda right from year one was basically to move the First Nations from the area.” Adam said at the hearing. “The Dene have been here for thousands of years and intend to stay here long after the project is finished.”If approved, the oil sands mine would be in operation as soon as 2023.Hearings for the project will continue until February email@example.com@tamara_aptn read more
Rabat – Spain’s Atletico Madrid was not happy to hear about Morocco’s Ayoub El Kaabi’s transfer to Chinese football club. The Atlas Lion reportedly signed a two year contract with the Hebei fortune on June 11, and was confirmed by his former club Berkane’s Sport Renaissance (RSB) on social media that day.According to close sources cited by Arabic outlet Assabah, the Spanish team blames RSB Berkane’s lack of communication regarding the transfer of the striker. Very interested in the 25-year-old footballer, Atletico Madrid had reached out to the Moroccan club several times to get a deal but in vain.Atletico Madrid, informed of the deal by social media, expected more professionalism from the Moroccan club. citing it was the first to make an offer on El Kaabi, and had offered a considerable sum.. However, RSB opted for the Chinese Championship, selling its best scorer for almost EUR 6 million.“RSB Berkane agreed to Ayoub El Kaabi’s transfer (…) He signed a two-and-a-half-year contract in his first professional experience outside Morocco. On this occasion, we thank Ayoub Al Kaabi after a special season with the team. We wish him all the success in his career,” wrote his former club on Facebook. read more
Nepal’s Prime Minister has pledged to take concrete steps to address serious violations, especially ending impunity, a move welcomed by the United Nations human rights office in the South Asian nation (OHCHR-Nepal). Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal gave the assurances yesterday at his residence in the capital, Kathmandu, during a meeting with Richard Bennett, Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal, and Jyoti Sanghera, Deputy Representative. A range of rights issues were discussed ahead of the General Assembly’s annual high-level debate later this month, which Mr. Nepal will attend. During the talks, he asked OHCHR to draw his attention to particularly egregious cases of human right abuses, while Mr. Bennett welcomed his recent announcement to a campaign to eliminate gender-based violence and his intention to bolster the law and human rights division within the Government. Mr. Bennett also raised the importance of setting of a Commission of Inquiry on Disappearances and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, as well as recommending the early ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which has already been approved by the Nepalese cabinet. A letter sent by OHCHR to the Prime Minister this July underscored the need to follow up on issues highlighted in human rights reports, such as the investigation into arbitrary detention, torture and disappearances at Maharajgunj barracks in Kathmandu from 2003-2004. “The cooperation of all parties, through the Legislature-Parliament, to move forward on key human rights commitments essential to the peace process is strongly encouraged by OHCHR-Nepal,” Mr. Bennett said. 13 September 2009Nepal’s Prime Minister has pledged to take concrete steps to address serious violations, especially ending impunity, a move welcomed by the United Nations human rights office in the South Asian nation (OHCHR-Nepal). read more
21 September 2011A United Nations meeting to speed the roll-out of broadband communications around the world opened in Colombia today with representatives of 192 countries seeking to share regulatory best practices at the global level. “With enhanced use of ICTs (information and communications technologies), citizens can access the information society and the global wealth of knowledge that fosters a new generation of social and economic productivity,” the Chairman of the Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR) of the UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Lizcano Ortíz, told delegates in the city of Armenia.The GSR aims at fostering constructive exchange of information among national regulatory authorities and is a unique forum to share regulatory best practices at the global level, with the focus on innovative regulatory measures to address the complexities and challenges of the broadband ecosystem.“New market realities and the trans-sectoral dynamics of broadband call for smart regulatory approaches based on coordination and collaboration among all stakeholders.”ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau Director Brahima Sanou said, noting that remarkable achievements have been made over the last 15 years that have placed the telecom sector and ICTs at the centre of today’s digital economy.He stressing that more needs to be done to connect the unconnected, increase digital literacy and ensure developing countries are not excluded from the digital economy and the broadband world.“Thanks to the Internet and broadband a wealth of new opportunities can now be offered almost instantaneously to citizens throughout the world, removing the barriers of time and distance,” he said. read more
TORONTO — The Progressive Conservatives want to privatize parts of Ontario Power Generation and Hydro One, which the Liberals and NDP say is a terrible idea.Opposition Leader Tim Hudak says he’ll release a white paper with more details, but he does want new investments in OPG and Hydro One from public sector pension funds.Hudak won’t say his plan will lower electricity rates, but he hopes to get them under control and get businesses to invest in Ontario.He says “the goal is actually to make our energy system about affordability and competitiveness.”Energy Minister Chris Bentley says the last time the Tories tried to privatize Ontario’s electricity system 10 years ago it sent hydro rates skyrocketing and had to be scrapped after seven months.Bentley says the Conservatives “virtually gave away Highway 407” when they privatized the toll road just before the 1999 election, and says selling off parts of public hydro assets doesn’t make sense.The New Democrats say rehashing the same old ideas the Tories tried before won’t help lower electricity prices. read more
Tomorrow morning, the Secretary-General is scheduled to meet with the staff at the UN Office at Vienna (UNOV) before having a meeting with President Thomas Klestil. On Wednesday, he is expected to meet with Foreign Minister Benita Ferrero-Waldner and Chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel, and also visit the Austrian Parliament.On Thursday, the Secretary-General will address the Commission on Human Rights in Geneva, and on Friday and Saturday he will attend the spring session in Paris of the Chief Executives Board, which brings together the heads of all UN departments, agencies and programmes. The session will focus on follow-up to the Millennium Summit, and the challenge of sustainable development.On 27 April, he will return to Switzerland for an official visit, including meetings in Bern on 29 April with President Pascal Couchepin and other senior officials. He is scheduled to return to New York the following day. read more
The agency said the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia Marine Turtle Memorandum of Understanding, set up last year under the auspices of the Convention on Migratory Species, is proving to be a success, with some States announcing new conservation projects and others wanting to join.UNEP’s Douglas Hykle, who coordinates activities under the initiative, said the 16 signatory countries are doing more and more to protect marine turtles, whose population has been under threat for years.In the Persian Gulf region, UNEP has reported increasing signs of hawksbill turtles, which have been at risk, while in Timor-Leste turtle conservation programmes have been introduced.Australia and the United States have announced plans to increase their spending on turtle conservation schemes, while UNEP expects Jordan, Pakistan and Oman will become signatories to the memorandum this week.The meeting will also focus on two so-called hotspots for turtle conservation – Orissa, in India’s east, and the Indonesian island of Bali – where green and olive ridley turtles are threatened by fishing.The Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia are home to six of the world’s seven species of marine turtle, who regularly nest at the same location year after year despite undertaking long migratory journeys across the seas.Yet a combination of human degradation of their land habitat, interaction with fishing gear at sea, and the excessive harvesting of turtles for meat and for eggs have threatened the animals’ existence.The memorandum signatories are: Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Comoros, Iran, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Myanmar, Philippines, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, the United Kingdom, the US and Viet Nam. read more
Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. CSFD on scene of fire 8793 NW 35TH ST, bedroom destroyed and other damage throughout the house #sflbreaking pic.twitter.com/0eHxZFdliY— Coral Springs FD (@CoralSpringsFD) December 6, 2016The quadplex is located on Northwest 35th Street, near 87th Avenue.Officials said the blaze started in a bedroom and was limited to that one unit.The renter was not hurt but will not be able to stay at the apartment, Tuesday night. CORAL SPRINGS, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida resident has been left without a place to call home after, officials said, a fire broke out on the second floor of a quadplex in Coral Springs, Tuesday evening.The city’s fire department tweeted out a video of the fire that sparked just before 6 p.m. read more
The Alaska Supreme Court has refused to temporarily block the state of Alaska from expanding Medicaid.It’s a victory for Gov. Bill Walker, who announced this summer he was expanding Medicaid without the approval of the Legislature.Lawmakers sued after Walker announced he was going forward without their consent.On Friday, Superior Court Judge Frank Pfiffner denied the request from lawmakers to halt expansion while a lawsuit moves forward. The Alaska Supreme Court on Monday agreed, saying lawyers for the lawmakers failed to show Pfiffner erred when denying the motion for a preliminary injunction.A spokeswoman for the attorney general’s office said expansion will go on as planned Tuesday. The state expected about 20,000 additional low-income Alaskans to become eligible for health care under Medicaid expansion. read more
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Share Jen Rice/Houston Public MediaOfficials from Afghanistan, Italy and Latvia are in town this week to learn how Houston is fighting human trafficking.In 2015, Houston became the first city in the nation to create a department focused solely on human trafficking. This week, officials from Afghanistan, Italy, North Macedonia and Latvia are in town to bring Houston’s approach back to their countries. Minal Patel Davis, Houston’s Special Advisor to the Mayor on human trafficking, said Houston developed a unique approach that uses various city departments, not just law enforcement. Patel Davis said one key collaboration is with the city’s public health department. “We’ve instituted screenings with the coalition for homeless. We’ve instituted soft screenings at our county hospital through a human trafficking psychology fellow that we placed there through grant funding,” she said. “And we also have our own health department that screens in their community clinics if red flags arise.”In 2017, the city began implementing a new requirement with contractors to ensure taxpayer dollars don’t go to businesses that have knowledge of or contribute to human trafficking. “It was designed to change behavior among vendors that the city has leverage with, where nonprofits and other advocates in the trafficking field won’t,” Davis said. “So we are able to push the envelope with corporations that others may not have access to.”Earlier this year, officials from 18 U.S. cities convened to share best practices and learn about Houston’s strategies.“After four years of work, we decided to take formal steps to share our work for replication efforts across the country,” Patel Davis said.Mayor Sylvester Turner said it’s a successful example other places can use.“We hope that participants recognize all of the opportunity that exists to address trafficking through the government systems,” Turner said. read more
By BRIAN WITTE Associated PressANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Baltimore’s acting mayor told legislators Tuesday that the city “is in good hands” until the mayor decides whether to return after abruptly announcing a leave of absence to “focus on her health” amid a political scandal about “self-dealing” book sales.Mayor Catherine Pugh stepped away Monday, the same day Maryland’s Republican governor asked the state prosecutor to investigate her no-bid book deals, including $500,000 in sales to the University of Maryland Medical System.Acting Baltimore Mayor Jack Young talks to reporters after meeting with state senators who represent Baltimore on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Annapolis. Young has become acting mayor after Catherine Pugh abruptly announced Monday that she’s taking a leave of absence to “focus on her health” amid a political scandal about involving book sales. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)After meeting with the city’s state Senate delegation and House delegation chair in Annapolis, acting Mayor Jack Young emphasized that he would act only as a “placeholder” for the embattled mayor and plans to run for City Council president again.“You know, I’ve been doing this for the last 21 years, making the wheels turn, and it’s going to continue to turn,” he said.Sen. Antonio Hayes, a Baltimore Democrat, described the circumstances as “frustrating as hell” in the last week of the state’s legislative session, as Baltimore officials often have to overcome tough images and a negative narrative attached to Maryland’s largest city, which struggles with violent crime.“I hope that she’s doing some real soul searching,” fellow Democratic Sen. Bill Ferguson said of Pugh. “This is such a distraction from where we need to be and the issues that we should be focused on.”The Baltimore Sun reports Pugh repeatedly sponsored legislation during her time as a Maryland state senator that would’ve benefited the University of Maryland Medical System, which paid Pugh $500,000 for 100,000 copies of her self-published “Healthy Holly” children’s books.Between 2011 and 2016, Pugh sponsored and co-sponsored several bills that would’ve benefited the system where she was a board member.In eight bills, Pugh sought to make suing doctors and hospitals for big judgments through malpractice claims harder and to reduce the financial impact of malpractice lawsuits. Those measures — and bills she sponsored to expand the kinds of bonuses insurers can pay health care professionals — were not successful. But the legislature did pass three of Pugh’s bills that allowed telemedicine expansion, a potentially lucrative change.“It is a clear conflict of interest,” Joanne Antoine, of the government watchdog organization Common Cause, said of Pugh’s legislative proposals while being paid by the system. “This does call into question all of the decisions she made during her term as senator.”Pugh, her spokesman and her lawyer did not respond to requests for comment on the issue, but last month the mayor noted her legislative proposals applied generally to the hospital industry, not just the University of Medical System.“I didn’t carry legislation for UMMS,” Pugh said.There was no contract behind UMMS’ book deal with Pugh, and the hospital network — one of Maryland’s largest private employers — described some of the purchases as “grants” in federal filings. Pugh, who once sat on a state Senate committee that funded the major health network before becoming mayor, has served on the system’s board since 2001.One-third of UMMS board members received compensation through the medical system’s arrangements with their businesses. Legislation is pending in Maryland’s capital focusing on board governance.Since the arrangement with UMMS came to light last month, Pugh has stepped down from the volunteer board and returned her most recent payment of $100,000 for the books.Health care provider Kaiser Permanente also spent $100,000 on Pugh’s books after she became mayor, when the company was seeking a contract with the city.The Baltimore Sun also reported that CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, another city health provider, effectively bought Pugh’s roughly 20-page illustrated books for $14,500 in 2011 and 2014. In a subsequent email, a CareFirst spokesman said it made contributions to Associated Black Charities, a nonprofit that manages the city’s Children and Youth Fund, to fund its purchase and distribution of books.Associated Black Charities said in a statement that between 2011 and 2016, five organizations donated $87,180 to pay for the books, of which ABC kept $9,552 to use as “general support.”Pugh’s announcement that she would take leave from her post as mayor came Monday, the same day Republican Gov. Larry Hogan asked the state prosecutor to investigate.Attorney Steve Silverman said the mayor looked “forward to cooperating with the state prosecutor and providing as much information as possible to put this matter to rest.”___Information from: The Baltimore Sun, http://www.baltimoresun.com read more
Wireless tech, by its very nature, is hard to secure. When you’re broadcasting and receiving signals from the ether, it’s not too difficult for others to figure out what you’re up to. This week though, security researchers at Bastille discovered that millions of keyboards and mice are susceptible to some pretty serious attacks.A few months ago, Bastille published findings that hackers could inject fake keystrokes or signals from more than a hundred yards away. Even worse? It takes a scant fifteen lines of code. But now that same group has discovered that with just a bit more tweaking, anyone can read your keystrokes and mouse inputs just as well.The exploit works because cheap wireless keyboards and mice use a proprietary radio signal standard — not WiFi or Bluetooth. Every wireless tech has security flaws, but WiFi, for example, has been tested and verified by countless organizations and researchers. You can get in, but it’s a lot tougher.Those tiny USB dongles that transmit and receive radio signals are especially concerning because hackers can use them to compromise so-called “airgapped” networks, or those that don’t have an internet connection. Many of the most secure networks are kept off the internet specifically to keep them secure, but there’s no telling just how many of them are vulnerable to this kind of simple, effective attack.All of the affected hardware comes from one company: Nordic Semiconductor. The manufacturer designed its chips to be capable of encrypting signals, but unlike Bluetooth or WiFi which require it by default, Nordic’s hardware require its partners to write their own software for it. So, because most people are phenomenally lazy, especially when that lethargy saves them money, most of these chips aren’t encrypting their signals. In an interview with Wired, Bastille’s CEO compared it to having an “expensive deadbolt and leaving it unlocked.”If you’re concerned, you can check out a list of the affected devices here. They include some big, usually reliable names like Kensington, HP, and Anker. Once again it seems that even the most mundane things we use are vulnerable to discrete attack. read more
Citation: NEC goes ultra-thin with 0.3mm-thick batteries (2012, March 18) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-03-nec-ultra-thin-03mm-thick-batteries.html NEC has been exploring these polymer-based batteries since 2001, but the battery thickness was limited to 0.7mm. The new battery was made using printing technologies to integrate circuit boards with batteries, whereby negative electrodes were embedded directly on to the circuit boards. This presents important possibilities in applications, especially for use in what is being called “enhanced” credit and debit cards. Up to now, the ORBs of 0.7mm thickness were a difficult hurdle for standard integrated circuit (IC) cards, according to reports.The battery is now compatible with these cards, the types that may serve as credit cards, subway and train passes, or as hotel door-keys. Standard-size smartcards equipped with a battery would be an attractive use of the new ORBs. Consumers, for example, could avoid ATMs when wanting to check out their bank balance. They could enjoy the convenience of checking out the information on a tiny screen on the card.The envisioned ultra-thin, flexible plastic credit cards may not appear commercially this year but reports say that NEC intends to have ORB incorporated in products in 2013. According to Gizmodo, NEC envisions these new-generation batteries, beyond credit cards, in flat screen displays and in flexible e-readers that feel like paper. A simple and brief explanation of its technology appears on the NEC site: The wording similarly indicates NEC’s vision of ORB technologies put to commercial use.“NEC conducts research and development of thin and highly flexible rechargeable batteries that can be incorporated in ubiquitous terminals such as IC cards, RF tags, and electronic paper.”The site adds that the “organic radical battery developed by NEC uses a flexible gel polymer for the electrodes that enables the creation of thin batteries that can be bent freely. Such batteries, which also have the advantage of being rechargeable in less than one minute, are expected to be used in a variety of fields.”NEC says that still another end use of the ORBs might be in the form of ORBS directly on clothing, NEC shows an illustration where the battery is inserted in the sleeve. More information: www.nec.co.jp/rd/en/green/energy.html , www.nec.co.jp/press/ja/1203/0504.html (in Japanese) NEC develops organic radical battery for practical use © 2011 PhysOrg.com (PhysOrg.com) — NEC, which has been working on what is called “organic radical battery” (ORB) technology for some years, has announced its latest ORB breakthrough, the 0.3mm thick ORB. According to Geek.com, the output rated as 5kW/L with a capacity of 3mAh. On full charge, the new battery prototype can refresh a screen 2,000 times. A recharge takes under a minute, about 30 seconds. The new batteries maintain 75 percent of their charge-discharge after 500 charges. Explore further 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. read more
8) Hosted Buyer Voted Best StandKorea Tourism Organisation 5) Best stand Feature/AttractionAbu Dhabi National Tourism Authority 2) Best Stand Design – Shell SchemeJungfrau Region Marketing Chair of Judges Rob Allen, Chief Executive of experimental marketing and events agency TRO, awarded the Best Stand Design Overall category to Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau for its “combination of clear-cut practical factors and attractive, emotional notes”. Allen said; “the stand stood out predominantly through its clear, high level branding and strong reference to the Petronas Towers”. The Shell Scheme Design category was awarded to Jungfrau Region Marketing, which brought a “slice of the Alps to the hall through a clever use of graphics, props and costume to create a log cabin effect”, commented Allen. Holland – Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions was presented the Best Stand for Doing Business, due to its layout which enabled large numbers of visitors to attend in a relaxed and casual manner. Allen said; “visitors were attracted to the space by a clever, informative front of stand act, supported by welcoming stand staff.”The Best Stand Personnel category was awarded to staff on the Estonian Tourist Board stand, who “demonstrated the highest levels of enthusiasm, product knowledge and attentiveness to questioning”. The judges said they witnessed the highly professional staff undertaking formal presentations, one-on-one meetings and front of stand engagement with passing delegates.Abu Dhabi National Tourism Authority was awarded the Best Stand Feature/Attraction title for its “simple but highly effective photo opportunity”, which included staff dressed in traditional Arab robes who encouraged visitors to pose against a ´Liwa´ desert backdrop for a personalised photograph. The award for the Most Innovative Stand within the Technology and Event Services Village was awarded to Getyoo. According to Allen, the range of products and services on display were explained swiftly and powerfully to visitors, using their support display. Convention and Visitors Bureau of the Republic of San Marino won the Sustainability category, and the Hosted Buyer vote for the Best Stand category was awarded to Korea Tourism Organisation. EIBTM’s Exhibition Director Graeme Barnett, who presented the awards to the eight exhibitors, said: “These Awards were set up in recognition of the importance that stands and stand personnel play in the success of achieving their return on investment at EIBTM. The winners of all eight categories certainly deserve this recognition for their creative design, business planning and marketing efforts.” 4) Best Stand PersonnelEstonian Tourist Board 1) Best Stand Design OverallMalaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau 6) Most Innovative Stand within the Technology and Event Services VillageGetyoo 3) Best Stand for Doing BusinessHolland – Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions 7) SustainabilityConvention and Visitors Bureau of the Republic of San Marino The winners of the EIBTM Stand Awards were presented yesterday on the second day of EIBTM (www.eibtm.com). As a new feature to the show this year, the EIBTM Stand Awards were created to recognise and acknowledge the brightest, busiest and best stands at this year’s show. There were eight categories overall, scored by independent judges who visited the stands before selecting the best in each category. One award was voted by Hosted Buyers during their first day at the show. CategoryWinner Source = EIBTM read more
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