Guest: Ian Fuhr from ‘The Hatch Institute' joins John to discuss his opinion in defence of the Dis-chem CEO following the recent controversial news of Dis-chem's Moratorium on hiring white managers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Walfang, für Käpt'n Ahab noch die natürlichste Sache der Welt. Bis ein erheblicher Teil der Meeressäuger dann vom Aussterben bedroht war. Seit 36 Jahren gilt ein weltweites Moratorium zum kommerziellen Walfang, aber: Der Schutz der Meeressäuger wird immer löchriger, Ausnahmebestimmungen lassen die Harpunen wieder fliegen. Die Internationale Walfangkommission IWC verhandelt seit Montag dazu, wie Wal- und Delfin-Bestände geschützt werden können, heute endet die Jahrestagung. Ein Gespräch mit Astrid Fuchs von der Whale and Dolphin Conservation, die sich dem Schutz von Walen und Delfinen widmet.
Clement speaks to Black Business Council CEO, Kganki Matabane and Morné Malan, the Head of Communications at Solidarity about the pharmaceutical retailer, Dischem's moratorium on the appointment of white staff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Renting out property through Airbnb or VRBO is now a popular way to make some money. But in Rock Hill, city leaders have put a pause on issuing new permits for short-term rentals, saying more rules are needed to protect neighborhoods. But a property owner who opposes the decision told WCNC Charlotte the decision could put business owners at risk. In the last 20 years, Rock Hill's population grew by around 78%. In addition to more people moving here, sports tourism is also booming. Earlier this year, Rock Hill leaders put a temporary moratorium in place on new permits for short-term rentals. Leaders voted to extend it through the rest of this year on Monday night. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/local/rock-hill-consider-extending-short-term-rental-moratorium/275-211a28b2-32b7-4e92-8491-74d6dbf8cdab A teenage girl is shaken up after she said she was face to face with a gunman when a West Charlotte Burger King was robbed over the weekend. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department still searching for the man involved in that robbery. This is also not the first time that the same fast-food restaurant has been held up this year. Jadyn Carter is 15 years old, and she said she was very excited to have her first job at Burger King. But Friday night was her last shift after she said a masked man came in, waving a gun and demanding money. “I told him the inside [dining room] was closed and he mumbled something, but I didn't hear him,” Jadyn Carter explained. “So, I said it again and then he just pulled up his shirt and started holding the gun at me." READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/crime/teenager-faced-gunman-burger-king-robbery/275-c4e412d8-49ae-4959-adeb-4d8a87ce2cff Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and as always, join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT!
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Kann ee Moratorium op Oprappen an Neibaue vu Gebaier dem Klima hëllefen? Och wann et op den éischte Bléck paradox wierkt, sou ass et bei wäitem net ëmmer méi nohalteg, eppes Neies ze bauen, och
Durchsuchungen in Villa in Rottach-Egern wegen umgangener EU-Sanktionen durch einen russischen Oligarchen / Ausländische Gäste fühlen sich wohl auf dem Oktoberfest / Auch Bayern trauert um die Queen / Bewährungsstrafe für LKW-Trunkenheitsfahrt in Fürth / Tierschutzskandal in Bad Grönenbach vor Gericht / Suchaktion nach vermisstem Bergsteiger am Hochkalter erfolglos / Beobachtungen in einem Baumarkt in Schwabach - mögliche Lösungen für Energieversorgung / Nürnberger Hallenbäder senken die Wassertemperatur auf 26 Grad / Bodensee-Schiff "Mainau" ist das erste elektrisch betriebene Passagierschiff / Ellertshäuser See wird wieder aufgefüllt / Reichsbürgertreffen an Coburger Schule bleibt ohne strafrechtliche Folgen / Grüne fordern Moratorium für Bau der Zweiten Stammstrecke in München / Sportkurse können gegen Demenz helfen / App für Lehrstellen-Vermittlung in Bayreuth vorgestellt
Click Play for your dose of Active Hope in today's news episode of Turning Season Podcast, here to bring you news and deep conversations about our adventure toward a life-honoring, life-sustaining way of being human on Earth. This show is for every one of you who's awake to our multiple crises, feels your love for life on Earth, and chooses to participate in cultivating ways of life we can believe in, making a life-honoring present even in the face of an uncertain future. In today's quick episode: an agreement between indigenous organizations and the government of Ecuador for a moratorium on new oil extraction and miningthe 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People initiative, bringing large-scale educational and financial support to regenerative landscape projects around the worldand protecting Thacker Pass, an area of Northern Nevada, sacred to the Paiute and Shoshone people, from an open-pit lithium mine (plus the shift in consciousness this invites us to make about "green" technology) Links to more info on all these stories: turningseason.com/episode20Healing Season: Practical Wisdom from Chinese Medicine and the Work that Reconnects, with Leilani Navar: leilaninavar.com/healingseason
In an effort to keep up with the rapid changes in the global economy, GSA has temporarily altered its rules about when and how Economic Price Adjustments (EPAs) can be performed. Hop in to the episode to find out if these rules effect your contract!As always, if you have any questions, or requests for a future episode, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you'd like direct support from a GSA consultant to help with a specific project, reach out to us at email@example.com.Episode Notes:For more episodes: www.elevategsa.com/podcastGSA Interact EPA Moratorium Post: https://www.elevategsa.com/gsablog/2022/8/22/gsa-epa-moratorium
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Councilman Delarian Wiggins has called for a moratorium on any more city funding for Re-Entry Alliance of Pensacola (REAP) until the city can review REAP's expenditures for its homeless camp on West Moreno Street behind Baptist Hospital. Councilman Wiggins explains the moratorium.
John and Johnny are joined by Kevin Maus (@MausBaus37) to discuss the Ohio State loss (1:05), some ESPN grumblings (29:50), the expanded College Football Playoff and Sponsorship evolution (40:00), and a wild Week 1 in CFB (1:00:17).
Today - Nearly a year following the city's abrupt halt on new adult gaming businesses in town, city councilors are slated to review another extension of the moratorium.Support the show: https://www.montrosepress.com/site/forms/subscription_services/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we talk to Mallory Hanora from Families for Justice as Healing. They have been working toward a 5-year prison moratorium, organizing thousands of people in marches, canvassing, phonebanking, and more. The State House waited until the end of the session to pass the bill, and no surprise -- it was vetoed by Governor Baker. Now unless the House comes back for a special session, this 2-year cycle of lawmaking is over, and Baker's veto will stand. https://www.justiceashealing.org/Jordan Berg Powers and Anna Callahan chat about Massachusetts politics. This is the audio version of the Incorruptible Mass podcast, season 4 episode 54. You can watch the video version here.You're listening to Incorruptible Massachusetts. Our goal is to help people understand state politics: we investigate why it's so broken, imagine what we could have here in MA if we fixed it, and report on how you can get involved. To stay informed:* Subscribe to our YouTube channel* Subscribe to the podcast (https://incorruptible-mass.buzzsprout...)* Sign up to get updates at https://www.incorruptiblemass.org/
There will be an extended moratorium on disconnecting energy supplies to vulnerable customers this winter, the Commission for Regulation of Utilities has said. How will this work & will it be beneficial?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is Live interview with Grant Waldron, Head of Sustainability Strategy at Gaia Development. We'll be discussing the following: ✅ Energy efficiency in industrial buildings ✅ How to incorporate solar energy ✅ Concrete vs wood in industrial construction About Grant: Grant Waldron earned a degree in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. With previous experience in residential solar and construction technology, Grant brings a diverse background to sustainability consulting. At Gaia, Grant manages Life Cycle Assessments (LCA), carbon footprint analysis, and Zero Net Energy & Water projects. Grant is passionate about finding unique ways to incorporate sustainability into buildings & community projects. Connect with Grant: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grantlwal... Decarbonizing Industrial Buildings: https://www.gaiadevelopment.com/educa... -- ⚡ Become an Industrial Insider: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChadGriffit...
Guest: Roberto Quintas | Mayoral Committee Member for Transport at City Of Cape TownSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis talks his amendment to build on Brook Bassan's moratorium that would stop any Safe Outdoor Spaces that are still in process on News Radio KKOBSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's regular segment in collaboration with OurActionStation, we're discussing the call from Coromandel Watchdog for a Moratorium on Mining Permit applications on public conservation land. Despite the commitment placed by the Government in 2017 to stop issuing mining permits on conservation land, it has failed to implement the measure and continue to issue permits under the ‘stewardship land' reasoning'. Trishil spoke to the organiser of the petition Catherine Delahunty on this issue, discussing the issue with stewardship land, and the harms that mining has on flora and fauna.
The James Webb Space Telescope is finally in business - what further treasures will it find? Also, the origins of the International Moratorium on Whaling, 40 years old this month. This week NASA invited President Joe Biden to help them publish the first of five images of full scientific value from the newest super telescope now operating a million miles away from us. It is capable of gazing as far deep into the sky as humans have ever gazed. That first image, an upgrade of one of the Hubble Telescope's "Deep Field" shots from some years ago, shows some of the oldest matter ever seen, including light distorted into smudges and whorls by the gravitational field of galaxies in line of sight from us, much nearer and younger than the light being bent around them. The other images show even more of what the telescope is capable of seeing. Dr. Stefanie Milam of Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Centre in Maryland, US and BBC Science correspondent Jonathan Amos talk to Gaia about this new, exciting phase in astronomy. This month marks 40 years since the International Whaling Commission decided to pursue a moratorium on commercial whaling. Many whales are still struggling, but scientists have seen several species recover since then. The moratorium followed campaigning in the 1970s by such groups as Greenpeace, and even the commercial success of audio recordings of humpback whales, released by Drs. Roger and Katy Payne. Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler describes to Gaia the motivations behind the original Save the Whale campaign, and some of his memories of intercepting a Russian whaling ship in 1975. Since 1982, cetacean science has come a long way, and scientists know far more about whale's behaviour, vulnerabilities and interaction with ocean climate and ecosystems than we did back then. Dr. Asha De Vos of the University of Western Australia describes the science, including some recent findings on the continued perils of anthropogenic noise to these giants of the deep. Presenter Gaia Vince Assistant Producer Joleen Goffin Produced by Alex Mansfield
On this edition of our Oklahoma Farm Report Ag Perspectives Podcast, Senior Farm and Ranch broadcaster Ron Hays spent a few minutes on the phone with Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt- talking with the Governor about the moratorium on medical marijuana grow houses that will be put into place later this month.
And for an applied ethics perspective, I think the most important thing is if we want to minimize suffering in the world, and if we want to minimize animal suffering, we should always, err on the side of caution, we should always be on the safe side. Thomas MetzingerShould we advocate for a moratorium on the development of artificial sentience? What might that look like, and what would be the challenges?Thomas Metzinger was a full professor of theoretical philosophy at the Johannes Gutenberg Universitat Mainz until 2019. He was the president of the German cognitive science society from 2005 to 2007. And of the association for the scientific study of consciousness from 2009 to 2011, as of 2011, he is an adjunct fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for advanced studies, a co-founder of the German effective altruism foundation, president of the Barbara Wengeler foundation, and on the advisory board of the Giordano Bruno foundation. In 2009, he published a popular book, The Ego Tunnel: the science of the mind and the myth of the self, which addresses a wider audience and discusses the ethical, cultural, and social consequences of consciousness research. And from 2018 to 2020 Metzinger worked as a member of the European Commission's high level expert group on artificial intelligence. Topics discussed in the episode:0:00 introduction2:12 Defining consciousness and sentience9:55 What features might a sentient artificial intelligence have?17:11 Moratorium on artificial sentience development37:46 Case for a moratorium49:30 What would a moratorium look like?53:07 Social hallucination problem55:49 Incentives of politicians1:01:51 Incentives of tech companies1:07:18 Local vs global moratoriums1:11:52 Repealing the moratorium1:16:01 Information hazards1:22:21 Trends in thinking on artificial sentience over time1:39:38 What are the open problems in this field, and how might someone work on them with their career?Resources discussed in the episode are available at https://www.sentienceinstitute.org/podcastSupport the show
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Sam and Emma break down the biggest headlines of the day, first previewing the behind-the-scenes discussion in the Biden Administration surrounding student debt relief, LGBTQ+ protections for government workers, and the tricklings of a potential freighters rail strike in the US, and Sam hints at some upcoming conversation on Glenn Greenwald dipping his toes into the world of PR for Alex Jones. Emma and Sam then dive deep into the appearance of one Joan Biskupic, with sources close to (maybe even literally inside of) Chief Justice John Roberts' head, and her discussion of Roberts' “fight” to save (exclusively the first fifteen weeks of) Roe v. Wade, the impact of the leak in locking justices Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh into Alito's side, before the crew expands on the precedence of conservative judicial activism in opening up the question a case addresses. They then dive into what the Biden Administration could, should, and definitely won't do to help the overwhelming student debt faced by the US population, explore how the focus on the 1/6 hearings and the backlash to Dobbs makes Biden completely meaningless heading up to the midterms, and how taking literally any unilateral action on student debt could change that. Next, they cover the possible emergence of a rail strike among freighters, and parse through the details of the Trump Administration's Schedule F and the blueprint for the dissolution of the administrative state. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma tackle JD Vance's discussion of his grandparents' marriage (based on ownership) as essential to a healthy society and why even if a marriage is violent, that is better than peaceful divorce, explore the abhorrent conditions of UPS drivers, and ponder how Log Cabin Republicans can't seem to fit in. Then Sam dives deep into Glenn Greenwald's recent appearance at an early screening of Alex Jones' upcoming documentary, his incredible ability to perfectly tailor a question to an answer that serves Alex's upcoming court appearance, and his general efficiency in taking massive journalistic credibility and flushing it down the toilet. They also cover Dave Rubin conceding that his homosexuality makes his family suffer, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
This month marks a solemn anniversary in Newfoundland and Labrador. 30 years since the cod moratorium. An event that put 30,000 people out of work and changed the course of this province's history. Today we look at impacts, where we are now, and what's to come for the fishery.
A recently passed bill would enact a two-year moratorium on specific types of cryptocurrency mining in New York and require an environmental impact assessment of mining operations if signed by Governor Kathy Hochul. On the latest episode of Policy Outsider, NYS Assemblymember Anna Kelles, the bill's sponsor, joins host Alex Morse to discuss what's in the bill, what the legislature hopes to learn from its proposed impact analysis, and how the bill fits with the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA), New York's landmark climate and environment legislation. Guest Honorable Anna Kelles, New York State Assemblymember Points of Conversation 03:02 - Blockchain Basics and Cryptocurrency Validation: Proof-of-Stake vs. Proof-of-Work 13:43 - Understanding Decentralized Financing 16:51 - Pause for Examination: How Cryptocurrency Mining Operates and its Potential Impacts 26:17 - The Fracking Playbook 30:54 - How Cryptocurrency Mining Relates to the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act 38:00 - How Recent Environmental Policy Decisions Affect Future Policymaking
We bring you the story of how Trepassey survived the cod moratorium, 30 years later.
In the first hour of "Connections with Evan Dawson" on Thursday, July 7, 2022, a state lawmaker and local activists discuss the New York's cryptocurrency mining moratorium and the situation in the Finger Lakes.
Three decades after the federal government banned cod fishing, communities and residents are still dealing with the impacts. On July 2, 1992, the federal government banned cod fishing, creating the biggest layoff in Canadian history. More than 30,000 jobs were gone. Gary and Eveline Monks, residents of King's Cove, N.L., tell guest host Rosemary Barton how the moratorium affected their community. Then, 98-year-old Gus Etchegary worked in the Newfoundland and Labrador fishery for 50 years. Three decades after the cod moratorium, he explains what the government got wrong. And investigative journalist and author Jennifer Verma talks about the science and politics that led to the cod collapse, and what needs to be done to recover from it.
1938 is the year Tony & Ronn are taking the wayback machine to for #TBT as they celebrate the "birthday" of #Superman; so obviously the guys talk about the Superman films franchise - from #ChristopherReeves to #HenryCavill, but not before talking about being mere hours away from the start of #NBAFreeAgency #moratorium
Through lots of fun facts, we learn about the infamous Ouija board and all its might. Bri even tells us about a first lady who may have dabbled in the practice. Amy takes us to a punk rock show and tells us about a murder that inspired famous punk rock bands including Mariyln Manson to bring awareness to youth violence and prejudice. For packaging, instructions visit https://www.morbitorium.co.uk/s/stories/the-history-use-disposal-of-ouija-boards send the whole thing to: Moratorium, 5 Gelli-Unig Place, Pontywaun, Caerphilly, NP11 7GG, UK https://whatswiththeneighbors.com/promotions/
Hello everyone, it's Bill Thompson – T Bill Some of the things covered on today's session: A possible United States upcoming competitive advantage not seen in a century President Biden's proposed federal gas tax suspension and why it may not make a difference Why are gas prices high besides the war in Ukraine and what it will take to bring them down? Facebook and Apple's upcoming Virtual Reality headsets The market's upcoming focus on inflation and earnings reports
Scott Lobell, a resident of French Settlement, has been very active at the council meetings lately as we've led up to the moratorium and as we've been working through this moratorium. Scott kindly took me up on my offer to come on the podcast and discuss his thoughts in more detail on what he hopes we achieve as a parish as we move forward.
Included in this episode: 1. Melatonin Overdoses Among Kids Are Up 530%, New Research Finds 2. Column: After Uvalde, a Warning From a Sandy Hook Mother 3. Owning Guns Puts People in Your Home at Greater Risk of Being Killed, New Study Shows 4. A Moratorium on Crypto Mining in New York Could Lead to Environmental Wins Nationwide .
NTD News Today—6/3/2022 1. Biden Urges Congress to Act on Gun Control 2. House Panel Advances Gun Control Bill 3. Commander at Scene Not Informed of 911 Calls 4. Montana, New Mexico, New Jersey Primaries 5. S. Dakota to Sue Biden Over Transgender Issue 6. Unaccompanied Little Girl Rescued at Border 7. Girl's Father Collapses After Crossing Border 8. Analysis: Fewer Criminals Deported Due to Biden's Moratorium and Telling Ice to Arrest Only Most Serious Offenders 9. Expert: Fewer Criminals Deported Despite There Not Being Fewer Crimes Committed 10. Gop Questions Biden's Oil Reserve Releases 11. Biden, Saudi Crown Prince to Meet in June 12. Ford to Add 6.2k New Jobs and Invest $3.7b 13. Chevy Bolt to Be Cheapest EV in the U.S. 14. Chicago Officer Shot While in Squad Car 15. Escaped Convict Killed in Police Shootout 16. Harvey Weinstein's Rape Conviction Upheld by Appeals Court 17. Fmr Mexican Governor Extradited From the U.S. 18. 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway 19. 2 Navy Carriers Scrapped for 1 Cent Each 20. California Imposes Grass Watering Ban 21. Spelling Bee Champ Emerges After 'spell-off' 22. Spelling Bee: Why English Is So Hard to Spell 23. Windows Pose Threat to Birds During Migration 24. U.S. Hacking Operations Support Ukraine 25. Nuclear Envoys Meet Over N. Korea Tensions 26. Rubio: Nominees Agree to Not Invest in China 27. Malaysian Chicken Export Ban Weighs Heavy on Singapore 28. Celtics Beat Warriors in NBA Finals Game 1 29. Dogs Participate in Paddle Board Race 30. Fitness-star Defies Age Stereotypes at 82 31. How Does Diet Affect Premenstrual Symptoms? 32. Icelandic Horses Learn to Write Emails
Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by the new web3 with a16z podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/web3-with-a16z/id1622312549) Bitcoin is down slightly at $29,745 Ethereum is down slightly at $1770 and Binance Coin is down .5% at $297 Voyager Token up 21% New York Senate passes bill imposing moratorium on all-new proof of work crypto mining in the state. Japan passes stablecoin bill to ensure redemption at face value Coinbase extends hiring freeze. CFTC accuses Gemini of making misleading statements related to Bitcoin futures product.
Councilman John Wascom discusses his views on the current Livingston Parish Moratorium, the possible Livingston Parish News bias, and he makes his 2023 Announcement on what he will be running for.
Mannix and Beck break down Boston's win over game seven and what the Heat should do next after Jimmy Butler's late series heroics weren't enough to get it donw. We also preview a Finals matchup between the Warriors and Celtics, how Boston's health is going to effect them going into a tough series and why this could be Steph Curry's most impressive title win so far See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zeoli Show Hour 2: In the second hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed how progressives are now targeting the practice of tipping as a racist act, that once again is riddled with false information behind the alleged connection to slavery as the origins of tipping. Also, President Biden is extending the student loan payment moratorium until the end of August. If the Biden economy is doing well, why do they continue extending this moratorium other than political decision making. 7:03-NEWS 7:06-Bobby Rydell passes away at 79 7:09-Tipping is a racist practice 7:30-JPMorgan Chase CEO Jaime Dimon gives the win to work from home workers 7:36-Biden administration extends pause on student loan payments 7:45-CUT SHEET | Senator Sanders congratulates Starbucks employees for unionizing | Senator Sanders wants us to know it's all about power | Pelosi states Democrats have no intention of losing the 2022 midterms | Elon Musk has now become public enemy number 1 Photo by: Getty Images