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Canadian government announces $46.5 million for deepsea research

Castanet 07 Feb 2023
"It's imperative that Canada better understand our oceans in terms of how they're changing, how we can support their ecosystems and how we can sustainably manage resources," Murray told a Vancouver news conference at the International Marine Protected Areas Congress Monday.
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Throwing money at the NHS is not the solution to crisis in the health service, ...

The Daily Mail 07 Feb 2023
General Sir Gordon Messenger said the NHS urgently needs improvements in management, without which extra funding will be wasted. He suggested supermarkets and banks are better at ensuring the right people are in senior management roles. Sir Gordon, who led the Royal Marines’ invasion of Iraq in 2003, said.
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Fincantieri Leaders Visit U.S.

The Maritime Executive 07 Feb 2023
leaders and participated in strategic discussions with Fincantieri Marine Group. They also managed a visit to Northeast Wisconsin to meet American shipbuilders working on several navy vessels, including the first-in-class USS Constellation (FFG 62) ... Fincantieri Marinette Marine ...
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House tackles Blue Economy Act; PH eyed as maritime ‘powerhouse’

Manila Bulletin 07 Feb 2023
... manage, and protect the Philippines’ marine and water resources.
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Netherlands views India as a crucial partner: Ambassador Marten van den Berg

Deccan Chronicle 07 Feb 2023
HYDERABAD ... Interestingly, the Netherlands was the first country to recognise and establish ties with India after its Independence, he explained. “There are over 350 Dutch companies in India currently, spanning marine engineering, water management, environment, technology and green energy, among others ... ....
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Sister Janet Ryan: Vanishing wildlife threatens humanity

The Daily Telegram 07 Feb 2023
restoring 30% of degraded systems on land and sea; conserving and managing 30% of the globe’s land, water, coasts and marine life; stopping species extinction; reducing risks from pesticides by 50%; reducing global footprint by lessening overconsumption, waste generation and food ...
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EAD issues marine water quality policy to reduce marine pollution

Gulf Daily News 06 Feb 2023
The policy implementation tools include initiatives that seek to manage discharges to the marine environment in a more sustainable manner, complete the relevant regulatory frameworks, and respond to environmental emergencies in accordance with the national policies, programmes ...
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Safety Learning: Identifying a list of key risk factors is vital

SAFETY4SEA 06 Feb 2023
Implement safety management systems Develop and/or improve procedures of a mass evacuation of a ship while in port Perform a worst-case scenario risk assessment for all active water-based fire-suppression systems Review lifesaving appliance training programs Provide formal and ...
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New Indian Ocean fishing rules in big win for coastal states

San Francisco Chronicle 06 Feb 2023
... states rely more heavily on purse seiners and long liners which are more destructive to the marine environment ... Maldivian fisheries expert, Hussain Sinan said the new rules introduced by coastal states are “monumental” and will redefine local marine management in the region.
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Ex-Yankees, Mets outfielder gets new job after leaving YES Network

NJ 06 Feb 2023
He hit .254 playing for the Tigers (2007, 2016, 2020), Miami Marlins (2008-10, 2018), San Diego Padres (2011-14), Atlanta Braves (2015), Los Angeles Angels (2017), Houston Astros (2017), Seattle Mariners (2018), New York Yankees (2019), Cubs (2020) and New York Mets (2021) ... - Mariners sign Yankees draft bust.
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Tuna shortage hits Tema following the close season

Ghana Business News 06 Feb 2023
There is a shortage of tuna on the market one month into the three months close season for Tuna Vessels, the Ghana News Agency (GNA) has observed ... Mr ... The ICCAT is an international commission responsible for the conservation, and management of tuna, and other marine resources in the Atlantic Ocean ... Source. GNA ....
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Japan poised to make noise as COVID crowd restrictions loosen

Kyodo 06 Feb 2023
(Kyodo) ... "Everyone being able to raise their voices and cheer is a good thing," Hanshin Tigers manager Akinobu Okada said. As of Saturday, two teams, the Yomiuri Giants and Lotte Marines, have announced that fans will be able to cheer to their hearts' content at their main parks, provided they remain masked ... (Kyodo) ... ==Kyodo ....
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Sebi lists dos and don'ts relating to green debt securities to avoid occurrences of 'greenwashing'

The Times of India 06 Feb 2023
New Delhi, Capital markets regulator Sebi has listed the basic dos and don'ts relating to green debt securities to address 'greenwashing' related risks ... Blue bonds relate to water management and the marine sector, while yellow bonds pertain to solar energy. These are sub-categories of green debt securities ... .
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Videos of past disasters spread after quake in Turkey and Syria

The Associated Press 06 Feb 2023
One photo of the damage, posted on Facebook on March 12, 2017, shows the same pool next to Lower Marine Parade Street that’s also shown in the video. . Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency, or AFAD, said on Twitter there was no tsunami danger on its eastern Mediterranean coast after Monday’s earthquake.
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Protecting 30% of oceans a huge challenge for the planet

RTE 05 Feb 2023
but the pressure is on now not just to reach the numerical target, but to make sure that we do it right, that our marine protected areas are in the right places (and) that they're managed well," Pepe Clarke of the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) said.

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File - Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, left, rides on a Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) Type 10 tank during a review at the JGSDF Camp Asaka in Tokyo, Japan, Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021. Kishida’s Cabinet approved record 5.4 trillion yen ($47 billion) budget Friday, Dec. 24, for fiscal 2022 that includes researches and development into future fighter jets and other “game-changer” arsenals as Japan bolsters its arms capability amid China's rise and its tension with Taiwan.
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