Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 From the St. Johns River Water Management DistrictAveraging about 10,000 visitors each month, the St. Johns River Water Management District’s Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive will celebrate its third anniversary since opening in May 2015.“We are committed to balancing the ecosystem’s viability with the public’s desire for recreational opportunities,” said St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Dr. Ann Shortelle. “Opening the drive just 3 days a week allows the public to see firsthand this unique wildlife habitat while at the same time allowing the wildlife to enjoy a quiet, undisturbed life the rest of the week. Truly a win-win for both the public and the environment.”To commemorate the anniversary, volunteers with the Orange Audubon Society will be stationed along the drive on Sunday, April 29, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. with scopes, bird books, and loaner binoculars to assist visitors with identifying wildlife.The 11-mile drive covers a network of wetlands, levees, and canals, providing a variety of wildlife viewing opportunities. A free self-guided audio tour, which can be streamed through mobile devices and online, is also available along the wildlife drive and provides visitors with a narrative on the area’s history, wildlife, and district-led restoration efforts. Several vehicle pullovers on the drive provide opportunities for stopping at preferred sites.Once farmed land, the area was acquired by the district between 1988 and 2001 with the goal of reducing discharges of nutrients to the lake to protect water quality, promote water storage and provide critical wetland functions. This multi-benefit restoration approach on the North Shore relies upon the district’s expertise in science, engineering, construction and wildlife management.Housed within the district’s 20,000-acre Lake Apopka North Shore restoration area, the wildlife drive opened in May 2015. Its success is attributed to not only housing a diverse bird population but also providing unprecedented access to the unique area. Home to 369 species of birds, visitors should also watch for alligators, turtles, otters, raccoon, snakes, coyotes and bobcats.The Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is open year-round between sunrise and sunset on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and federal holidays. There is no cost to visit the wildlife drive.More information about recreational opportunities on lands owned and managed by the district is available at www.sjrwmd.com/recreation. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The Anatomy of Fear Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here TAGSLake Apopka Wildlife DriveSt. Johns River Water Management District Previous articleApopka Police Department Arrest ReportNext articleApopka Area Chamber of Commerce hosting Business Expo tomorrow Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here
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News UpdatesPatna HC Seeks Report On Implementation Of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK28 Aug 2020 8:51 PMShare This – xThe Patna High Court has sought a report from the Central as well as the State Government, delineating the steps taken by them to implement the welfare provisions contained under Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019. The Division Bench comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Karol and Justice S. Kumar has also asked the Government to show steps taken for compliance…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Patna High Court has sought a report from the Central as well as the State Government, delineating the steps taken by them to implement the welfare provisions contained under Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019. The Division Bench comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Karol and Justice S. Kumar has also asked the Government to show steps taken for compliance with implementation of the directions issued by the Supreme Court in National Legal Services Authority v. Union of India. “The Principal Secretary, Social Welfare Department, Government of Bihar as well as Principal Secretary, Social Welfare Department, Government of India file an affidavit indicating the steps taken for full compliance of the provisions of the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 and the Rules framed thereunder, as also the directions issued by the Hon’ble Apex Court in the case of National Legal Services Authority v. Union of India, (2014) 5 SCC 438, more specifically Paragraph 135 thereof,” the Court directed. The order has come in the civil writ petition highlighting the pitiable state of affairs of the transgender in the state. Allegedly, the community is ostracized, more so in times of the current outbreak of Pandemic Corona Virus. Earlier, the High Court had directed the Government to ensure that the persons belonging to the Transgender community are not deprived of food grains distributed under the social security schemes, solely for not possessing a ration card. The matter is now listed for hearing on September 9. Case Details: Case Title: Veera Yadav v. Government of Bihar & Ors. Case No.: CWJC No. 5627/2020 Quorum: Chief Justice Sanjay Karol and Justice S. Kumar Appearance: Advocates Akash Keshav Shaswat and Deepak Kumar Singh (for Petitioner); ASG KN Singh, CGC Ratnesh Kumar and Govt Advocate Ajay (for Respondents) Click Here To Download Order Read OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Top StoriesHindustan Zinc Disinvestment Case: Supreme Court Decides To Examine Status Report By CBI, Adjourns Hearing To Tuesday Srishti Ojha6 April 2021 7:28 AMShare This – xSupreme Court has on Tuesday observed that it will examine the status report submitted by CBI in matter regarding disinvestment of the Government’s shares in Hindustan Zinc Limited in 2002A three-judge Bench of CJI Bobde, Justice Bopanna and Justice Ramasubramanian has decided to go through the Status report and take up the matter on Tuesday. The Court was hearing a plea by…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginSupreme Court has on Tuesday observed that it will examine the status report submitted by CBI in matter regarding disinvestment of the Government’s shares in Hindustan Zinc Limited in 2002A three-judge Bench of CJI Bobde, Justice Bopanna and Justice Ramasubramanian has decided to go through the Status report and take up the matter on Tuesday. The Court was hearing a plea by National Confederation of Officers’ Associations of Central Public Sector Undertakings questioning the Centre’s decision to disinvest in Hindustan Zinc.The Bench expressed its inclination towards deciding separately, the two prayers made in the plea, regarding government disinvesting its shareholding and investigation done by the CBIzDuring the hearing, Adv Prashant Bhushan appearing on behalf of the petitioner submitted that two prayers have been made.First is a prayer seeking mandamus directing the govt from disinvesting its residual shareholding that it was still holding at 29.5 % without amending the MMTC act through which HZ was Nationalised. The act says that assets of this undertaking will remain vested in the Government or a government company.Bhushan added that exactly similar case circumstance was there in case of Hindustan Petroleum, and Supreme Court’s judgement had clearly said that they cannot render it a non government company by privatising it without amending the Act.Bhushan stated that the Second prayer is to direct CBI to file status report in this Court from time to time in investigation being carried out, and for court to monitor the investigation till filing of chargesheet in appropriate court. Regarding this investigation, SC had asked them to file status report and entire case diary before Court in sealed cover.Bhushan further stated that he has filed an additional affidavit where he has pointed that CBI was conducting a preliminary inquiry, where view of investigating officers including enquiry officers, Senior Public Prosecutor and Head of Branch had all recommended converting this PE to a regular case. The Director of Prosecution had also recommended it to be registered as a regular case. But thereafter they said they decided to close preliminary inquiry and not register an FIR.Bhushan submitted that the Court is aware that Law on this is very clear and has been settled in Constitution Bench judgement in Lalita Kumari’s case, which says clearly that wherever allegation is that of cognizable offence, FIR has to be registered and investigation has to be carried out.Bhushan added that the Court should go through the investigation process, as its very serious considering all officials had said that it should be registered as a regular case. No reason has been given to the complainant as to why the case was not made a regular case despite recommendations from all concerned officers.”There were news reports which said that it was ultimately referred to the then Attorney General and the then AG opined that there was no need to file a regular case. The then AG happens to be the lawyer for this Vedanta Company. ” Bhushan Said.SG Mehta opposed Bhushan’s statement and asked him to not abuse any individual or institution.”Don’t abuse every individual and every institution. Mr Rohatgi who appeared in this matter for Vedanta has not given any opinion in this matter.” SG Mehta said.”This person , the lordships must stop him. He has formed a habit of making accusations against every individual and every Institution and he is getting emboldened. Your Lordships magnanimity is being taken to be a weakness.” SG added”Your Lordships majesty is being misunderstood by him. I am sorry to say this. He is not at on a public platform or addressing a public rally!” SG clarified. Bhushan stated that he has said this in his affidavit and filed newspaper reports as well.Bhushan, continued his submissions and stated that, at this stage we are saying the Court can do two things. As per Lalita Kumari judgement, the complainant is entitled to get copy of reasons why this wasn’t converted into a regular case.Bench observed that two prayers have been made and Court can adjudicate both prayers independent of each other. “If your claim on second is correct, we can still adjudicate on the first no?” “It will have direct impact on the first.” Bhushan Said.Bhushan further stated that what the other side is now saying is that as the original privatisation has already been done, and therefore government’s holding has been reduced to 30% it is no longer a government company. Therefore violation of the Act has already been done and any further disinvestment will not make any difference.At this instance the Bench stated that it can can look at the status report and take the matter up next Tuesday. Adv Harish Salve for Vedanta submitted that after the first privatisation which was upheld by the Court when a petition filed was dismissed, Privatisation is over. It is no longer a government company because they have fallen below 51%.Salve added that today what is being prevented by this petition Is the government encashing its right to sell of shares in a non government company. “At least let the sale go on. What is the problem with the sale?” Salve said.SG Mehta added that the sale would be through SEBI rules, it will be through an open offer. CJI stated that the Bench prima facie thinks that these two issues are different. “I don’t see why first prayer cannot be decided without the second.” CJI said.The Bench observed that it wants to read the status report and take it up next Tuesday. Supreme Court had in July last year stated that it will examine as to why the Central Bureau of Investigation took the decision of closing the its probe into allegations of corruption into disinvestment of the Government’s shares in Hindustand Zinc Limited in 2002.A bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, R. Subhash Reddy & AS Bopanna had asked the CBI to place the closure report before Top Court, adding that while a report had been handed over to the Court in a sealed cover, a final decision with reasoning was not. In light of this, the Court had directed that the preliminary report be placed on record.The bench also refused to let the central government disinvest remaining shares in the PSU by lifting its restraint order of January 2016 wherein the Supreme Court Bench led by then Chief Justice TS Thakur had directed the Central Government to maintain status quo on the proposed disinvestment of the public sector undertaking Hindustan Zinc Limited. This had restricted the Government from initiating any process of further disinvestment of its shares.On March 4, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court led by CJI had given time to Centre till March 6 to make statement on handing over a copy of the CBI closure report in the disinvestment of Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL).Next Story
“I think the concept of the Green New Deal is awesome,” Hoffman said. “I don’t care if it’s a little bit of a dream, that’s what we need to be doing. Sure beats the heck out of ‘the sky is falling.’” When Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D – N.Y.) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) introduced a 14-page resolution to Congress outlining measures to address climate change and social justice simultaneously, it set off shockwaves. Their Green New Deal, which puts in writing positions activists have long pushed for, offers a sweeping vision of new policies and new politics, weaving together environmental regulations with economic justice and worker protections. Tagged: climate change, emissions, Environmental Management Council, green new deal, greenhouse gases, Renewable Energy Panelist David Kay, senior extension associate with the Community and Regional Development Institute, said tackling climate change will require concerted action on multiple fronts. Michael Hoffman, executive director of the Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions, described it as both far-fetched and urgently necessary at Tuesday’s panel. “We need to be working on every level as much as we can,” he said, exerting influence wherever possible to change policies. Albany’s Green New Deal ITHACA, N.Y. – Since it entered the popular lexicon last fall, the Green New Deal has sparked fresh debates about the role of government in addressing climate change, economic inequality and social justice. The Tompkins County Environmental Management Council held a panel Tuesday, March 12, to dig into Green New Deal proposals at the federal, state and local level. Experts from multiple fields weighed in on how Tompkins residents can contribute to climate change responses, and agreed that every level of government needs to do more and needs to do it faster. They broke down areas where empowered constituents could push for change in Washington, Albany, and Tompkins County. Francis Vanek, senior lecturer and research associate in Cornell’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, agreed. Vanek said he is a fan of the Green New Deal’s attempt to accelerate sustainability, and likened the urgent call for innovation to the technology development that took place during World War II. Hoffman and fellow panelists agreed that an effective response to climate change will require a bold vision. The Green New Deal resolution advanced in Washington embraces that orientation, calling for a federal commitment to, among other things, achieving carbon-neutrality in 10 years; providing all Americans access to clean air and water; guaranteeing all Americans a job with “a family-sustaining wage, adequate family and medical leave, paid vacations, and retirement security”; honoring treaties with indigenous peoples; and cleaning up environmental contamination. Devon Magliozzi is a reporter for the Ithaca Voice. Questions? Story tips? Contact her at [email protected] or 607-391-0328. More by Devon Magliozzi A national poll carried out by Yale University’s Program on Climate Change Communication estimates about 81 percent of Tompkins residents believe global warming is happening and 67 percent believe it is caused by human activity, compared to about 70 percent and 57 percent respectively nationwide. An overwhelming 90 percent of Tompkins residents and 85 percent of Americans, though, support research into renewable energy, according to the poll. While the Green New Deal remains a polarizing proposal, there is support for pragmatic responses to climate change locally and nationally. Related: DEC commissioner commends Tompkins County for being a ‘Climate Smart Community’ Like the federal resolution, the New York proposal addresses economic growth and labor rights alongside environmental measures. Cuomo’s Green New Deal would require renewable energy projects receiving state funds to pay a prevailing wage and would fund job training programs to build a qualified workforce. A Green New Deal for Tompkins? Guillermo Metz, energy team leader at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, summed up some folks’ reaction to the plan with a cartoon illustration: a dazzling rainbow unicorn. There is no Green New Deal on the table at the county level, but panelists and representatives from the Environmental Management Council highlighted several ways to address climate change locally. First, while local changes alone will not mitigate the threats detailed in the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, speakers pointed out that municipal governments exercise significant control over land use and building policies. Zoning laws and building codes, for instance, can regulate agricultural runoff, building efficiency standards, housing density and flood management – factors that not only impact the pace of climate change but also who will bear the brunt of the changing environment. An audience member mentioned New York City’s plan to make buildings greener by fining landlords who fail to meet efficiency standards as an example of a municipal policy designed to reduce emissions while putting the burden on large property holders rather than renters. Featured image: Solar panels at Ithaca College (file photo). Chairpersons from the EMC’s subcommittees gave brief reports on policies and tools under consideration locally, including land-use measures to slow drainage into Cayuga Lake and sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide; waste reduction measures like a ban on plastic shopping bags and new fabric recycling programs; and planning strategies that are sensitive to unique natural areas. Whether working on the local, state, national or global level to address climate change, speakers suggested building support by tapping into concrete concerns. “Many people want to confront crop failure, or flooding,” Kay said, “even if they don’t want to be the kind of person who believes in climate change.” The Green New Deal in Washington It remains unclear how specific state policies will unfold as the New York Green New Deal takes shape. According to Metz, the Department of Environmental Conservation will be the hub for state action, with committees like the Climate Action Council and Climate Change Working Group researching particular issues. But while the Green New Deal that’s being discussed at the federal level is both grand in vision and thin on policy details, Metz emphasized that it is already working to shift conversation toward addressing climate change and inequality simultaneously. Devon Magliozzi In Metz’s assessment, the Green New Deal proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is the most ambitious of any state plan if somewhat more modest than the federal resolution. Cuomo’s proposal calls for 100 percent clean power by 2040, meaning an energy grid that runs on renewable, non-greenhouse gas emitting sources like wind and solar. It also calls for “delivering climate justice” by creating jobs and protecting resources in underserved communities.
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