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"world conservation congress" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals

When We Talk About Animals

11:33 min | 7 months ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals

"That has built international coalitions to expand cross-border protections for some of the world's most adverse animals. And there's been a leading advocate for domestic protections working to end US markets for products such as ivory and fighting against the trump administration's dangerous environmental rollbacks from Seas and rivers to force and savannahs sack has been critical voice for ensuring a sustainable future for wildlife sacked Smith. Welcome to when we talk about animals. Thanks for having me. I appreciate it. The magnitude of the International Wildlife Trade is truly astounding I think is astounding to many people who are reading about it now in the news. Perkovic nineteen and that we're talking about billions of live animals and animal products being traded and shipped around the world every year hundreds of millions of live animals being imported into the US and the trade is is extremely complex. There's legal trade and there's illegal trade. There are differing regulations depending on where it's occurring so to start. We're wondering could you paint? Serve a broad picture for us of what the global wildlife trade books like. What are some of the key patterns that you see in key drivers who's involved and so forth sure and I wish there was an easy answer and that there was a clear snapshot from it but I think if we step back and think about wildlife trade and just the the way in which we interact with nature and the very way in which human existence kind of came out of this relationship with nature and wildlife that? It's hard to the kind of thing that is so background that it's not in the same way as Chunky. Mike Gold as a commodity or other types of items that flow around the world when people go out and go fishing and even if it's for a very small commercial purpose like maybe they catch some for themselves but they also you know are in a community where they sell some of. It is really hard to get an idea. Like that. Is Wildlife Trade that is captured in so in any kind of assessment so to do that kind of assessment is very difficult because like I said it's background economic activity that is really hard so getting estimates about the scale and scope of it are difficult. That doesn't mean that people haven't tried for example the estimated value of of legal. So you said Julio Trade in the EU is about one hundred billion dollars annually which is an incredible amount and when you look at a glimpse of the scale their records of over one hundred million tons of fish traded annually one point five million birds for forty thousand tons of medicinal plants in trade in just one year. And so when you start thinking about trying to capture that and how one would do it. I think that it's I think it's fair to say that it's it's an incredibly large amount and it really is. It is almost like a background economic activity especially when we think about outside of the United States in some developing countries in which I- reliance upon the natural world where we're still having a huge impact and get me wrong but when we think about it you know. We are increasingly less society that ourselves individually or going out and having that kind of impact versus other parts of the world where that is still very much you a part of a day to day life and because of the complexities of this trade. You know. There's also a really complex regulatory system behind it. Both at the international level and at the domestic level. Can you talk a little bit about some of the mechanisms that are in place to regulate and monitor this trade right so that the international regulation of wildlife trade would fall into kind of two different areas? One is just an understanding of trade flows and that is just the harmonized tariff schedule? And there's a lot of different types of wildlife that are on the harmonized tariff schedule and so one can track trade sometimes that way as far as its international components. But that doesn't give you any kind of assessment of whether or not it's sustainable. It's just the fact that it occurred and the categories that they use so broad that it's really difficult to try to on a species by species level. Start to pull anything out from that. You can do that for some certain like seafood species but it's much more difficult when it comes to other species so we can try to capture flows of trade and predominantly and. I should have said this before. The flow of trade of wildlife is from the global south to the Global North. That is the direction of this trade. Which has a lot of equity issues has a lot of historical challenges and associations to how we are taking advantage of the in the global north of and continuing to exploit opportunities did it before from the global south. So that's one of the complicating factors. But in addition to just our general understanding of the trade itself to a certain extent is monitored and regulated through these large Nanna national agreements like the WTO and like there are certain types of rules so to speak more specific wildlife trade. There's a convention that hundred and eighty three parties countries are members of this is the Convention on International Trade Endangered Species of fauna and flora and it regulates trade in species that are threatened or maybe threatened with extinction both because of trade and also trade just may be a component to that and so that's where we get things like the regulations of elephant ivory around the world Rhino Horn and actually over. Thirty five thousand species that they regulate overall most of them are plans actually are regulated to ensure that the trade doesn't continue to drive species into extinction and then of course every single country has their own regulatory regime and then within every country there's sub units that also have regulatory regimes in the United States. Obviously we have fifty units and then we have states that can make their own. I mean cities within states that can make their own rules when it comes to trade as long as it doesn't legally conflict or isn't preempted by some larger federal rule and then even in countries like China where they might have a domestic ivory damage. They do which is good news. They can have exemptions for like antiques and the antique exemption can be applied differently based upon which city in China our region in China. You're talking about so it does lead to a lot of confusion and there's always especially in terms of enforcement there's always value in more uniform rules that make it easy for enforcement officers just people to understand so that there isn't as confusion WHO's enforcing sightings now each state. Each country is supposed to have a management authority that is designated through their own legislation here in the United States. The Management Authority is the fish and wildlife service and each country is also supposed to have a scientific authority and that is also contained within the Fisher Wildlife Service. Although it doesn't have to be an scientific authority day or the designated kind of body within a party that makes assessments around whether or not trade is detrimental or not to species and then also the management authority is more of the city enforcement that higher level like are the rules being followed properly one of the other international mechanisms at plays the Red List which lists species as vulnerable endangered or critically endangered. Can you talk about the relationship between this list and conventions CDs and how responsive sites has been to threats to species for example? Been shown that side. He's list species than average of ten point three years after I. Ucf SM is being threatened by International. Trade what is the relationship between these bodies and Yazidis sometimes struggling to keep up. It's an interesting question and it and it's a little complicated but I'll try to keep it as simple as possible so that I use the N is independent from site. It's an independent International Union for Conservation of Nature and actually where I can already see where a member of the ICN so we attend the World Conservation Congress we vote on motions and I. Ucf policy and positions Naisi in itself also has something called the red lights which really the global community especially where the wildlife trade relies upon for information about the status of species. Because you can't answer any questions about whether or not trade is good or bad or the volume is good or bad unless you actually know what the status of the species is into the ICM provides that through its red list. Now they don't cover all species that would be an impossible task most likely but they do focus on those species that are usually the most threatened and also the ones that we if we know about them it's because they're often in trade or they were interacting with them and so the species that they miss or probably ones that we're obviously having incidental impacts on that they're not the ones that people are are moving around the world as much and so the icy and perform thera settlement segment isn't with an eye toward CDs. It's an independent assessment that can be used for a lot of different purposes within the scientific community and so they will assess species being vulnerable endangered critically endangered. Extinct least concern. There's a lot of data data deficient. So there's different ways in which they categorize species and then fighters itself has its own categorization and their own rules about. When a species should get certain types of protections they don't necessarily align there has historically been in an attempt to align the different criteria but because site as is convention and essence in a negotiation between countries. That came up with their own rules of what they wanted to do. And they actually built in more flexibility than I use the ended so they can list species as threatened with extinction. Maybe the DIC- N. wouldn't have designated with the same threat level but that's also because psyches might be looking at the trends in trade and the threat of trade down the road. Where is the end? Might be looking at things you know headed. It's static in time. That said you're right there. Is this gap between what? Icn has traditionally identified in. Its Red List as being threatened with extinction where trade may be a factor too that friends status and part of that is because site as the way that it operates is that it operates based upon the way in which people bring or parties. Bring forward petitions for protection. So there isn't an automatic nature to it and so what is just been happening. Is that the number of species that are threatened is largely overwhelming. And they. Just don't get the attention of all of the parties involved and it takes a lot of effort to put forward a case at sites now. There are a lot of people talking about like. How can we make this more streamlined? Can we have it more? Been Se automatic but almost a process that compels that consideration of if you are listed on the ICN red list. You will definitely get that attention at next conference of the parties it's ID's and so..

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on UN News

UN News

06:46 min | 9 months ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on UN News

"This is my well as you in news. It's time that humankind realizes that nature doesn't exist for us. The head of the environment programs office in New York said just ahead of World Wildlife Day Assistant Secretary General Suchitra. Patty described twenty twenty as a soupy for nature warning that we are currently standing on the precipice of complete annihilation. He said there's seldom being a year. When so many critical meetings taking place which could help avert the devastation of the natural world? Mr Potty began by telling this graffiti about the new documentary wild Karnataka which shines a light on the rich biodiversity of that Indian state. I've seen the film It's amazing the kind of footage they have managed to gather through different technology including drone photography and others. It's not deterred by the legendary David attenborough and what I was very excited about. Was that it released as a mainstream movie in the theaters to full houses. Which gives you hope that people still have a lot of interest in wildlife and given the right motivation they would protect it. Can you tell us how the film undisclosed the importance of protecting the environment? Who START IT presents? The mega diversity of other life forms a nut and how humans relate to it and also it does it in a very endearing way that you really feel for them and that you feel one with nature and I think that's very important because human somehow have come to believe and very wrongly. I would say that everything exists for us and each year exists for us. The planet exist for us which is so wrong. Nothing could be further from the truth. So that is why movies like wild Kamata really bring home. The roots that we are just one of the seven point eight million magnificient species that inhabit the planet. And that we are to live in harmony with nature at is the link to land degradation while I think the land loss and degradation story is also the story of the loss of species that we are confronting a million species are about to go extinct tanks to human behavior and and much of it can be ascribed to land use and land use change and so as agriculture and advances in the Forest Frontier Receipts and deforest frontier is home to the wildlife species of the planet. They don't live in. Auburn spaces with. Urban spaces are primarily created for you once you might have an occasional bird or a b. here and there but that's certainly not their habitat so as we advance and our greed makes us take over more and more territory or not. The species are rapidly going extinct because we're taking over their habitat and that's something that really needs to stop. This is the Superhero for nature. We have the World Conservation Congress in a few weeks and then we have the nature summit that the president of the UN General Assembly is hosting in September in New York which will then be followed by the Biodiversity Convention Conference of Parties in-coming that China's hosting this year and then of course in between we have the World Ocean summit which is happening in Lisbon Portugal. So when you look at all these things that has seldom in a year where you would see. So many critical. Gathering off policymakers from around the World Civil Society Actors Private Sector. And what have you so I think this is the superhero furniture. So I think if all these can be major milestones in our commitment to conserving nature. And doing what is right for the planet not just for us. Because that's what has brought us to the precipice of complete animation and why we really need to change course and there couldn't be a better year than this. How would you say the sustainable development goals tie into World Wildlife Day? I think we need to understand the web of life that sustains all life on earth and is basically the story of the harmony in which humans and all wildlife exist together and that is why it is so important that we understand the importance of wildlife to our own existence even if we are very selfish even if we don't see anything else as being of importance just ourselves as being of importance even then we should actually recognize what does for us. I mean you take the example of bees. We have never sent an invoice to anybody. Dip pollinate every food that comes out on the planet and when their colonies collapse we spend millions of dollars backing them into boxes and putting them in trucks and take the case of interest rates alone. People are carrying beehives across the length and breadth of the United States just to get their pollination done and so it is time we realized that nature doesn't exist for us we would finish as a species and nature would go on it will heal itself it has existed for millions and millions of years without us though even if we are very selfish we really need to understand the criticality of nature to our own existence. And what can an average person do to support this? Being mindful being mindful off the natural resources. We use this to give you a little later which I concentrate significant at this point of time. The poor capita use of materials by humans is roughly thirty two thousand pounds for year. One human being. That's how much resources we are using. It is not sustainable and it cannot go on like this and by simply being mindful being concentrate and being respectful of nature. We can actually turn this around. There's a lot of things that we do can easily avoided. Take the case of food. Forty percent of the food that we grow is wasted and we keep talking about. How are we going to ten billion people by two thousand fifty? That's what I call false. Bindis you astor wrong question. The right question to ask is. How do we conserve nature? How do we improve the factor of productivity in the same land so that we can actually grow more healthy foods and you can sustain as many species? You aren't what would your message before? World Wildlife Day. I think the biggest message would be for humility for us to understand that we are one of the seven point eight million species that inhabit the planet. And we need to respect the right of other species to coexist alongside humans because even if we are selfish that's in our interest because that's what sustains the web of life is there anything else you would like to add. I think this is a time to act. We've been talking for too long for decades now and we have reached a very critical point in the history of our planet and how humans behave in two thousand twenty and in the next few years will determine certainly our fate and also the fate of the other species and the planet as well..

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Nature and wildlife, critical to our existence

UN News

06:44 min | 9 months ago

Nature and wildlife, critical to our existence

"It's time that humankind realizes that nature doesn't exist for us. The head of the environment programs office in New York said just ahead of World Wildlife Day Assistant Secretary General Suchitra. Patty described twenty twenty as a soupy for nature warning that we are currently standing on the precipice of complete annihilation. He said there's seldom being a year. When so many critical meetings taking place which could help avert the devastation of the natural world? Mr Potty began by telling this graffiti about the new documentary wild Karnataka which shines a light on the rich biodiversity of that Indian state. I've seen the film It's amazing the kind of footage they have managed to gather through different technology including drone photography and others. It's not deterred by the legendary David attenborough and what I was very excited about. Was that it released as a mainstream movie in the theaters to full houses. Which gives you hope that people still have a lot of interest in wildlife and given the right motivation they would protect it. Can you tell us how the film undisclosed the importance of protecting the environment? Who START IT presents? The mega diversity of other life forms a nut and how humans relate to it and also it does it in a very endearing way that you really feel for them and that you feel one with nature and I think that's very important because human somehow have come to believe and very wrongly. I would say that everything exists for us and each year exists for us. The planet exist for us which is so wrong. Nothing could be further from the truth. So that is why movies like wild Kamata really bring home. The roots that we are just one of the seven point eight million magnificient species that inhabit the planet. And that we are to live in harmony with nature at is the link to land degradation while I think the land loss and degradation story is also the story of the loss of species that we are confronting a million species are about to go extinct tanks to human behavior and and much of it can be ascribed to land use and land use change and so as agriculture and advances in the Forest Frontier Receipts and deforest frontier is home to the wildlife species of the planet. They don't live in. Auburn spaces with. Urban spaces are primarily created for you once you might have an occasional bird or a b. here and there but that's certainly not their habitat so as we advance and our greed makes us take over more and more territory or not. The species are rapidly going extinct because we're taking over their habitat and that's something that really needs to stop. This is the Superhero for nature. We have the World Conservation Congress in a few weeks and then we have the nature summit that the president of the UN General Assembly is hosting in September in New York which will then be followed by the Biodiversity Convention Conference of Parties in-coming that China's hosting this year and then of course in between we have the World Ocean summit which is happening in Lisbon Portugal. So when you look at all these things that has seldom in a year where you would see. So many critical. Gathering off policymakers from around the World Civil Society Actors Private Sector. And what have you so I think this is the superhero furniture. So I think if all these can be major milestones in our commitment to conserving nature. And doing what is right for the planet not just for us. Because that's what has brought us to the precipice of complete animation and why we really need to change course and there couldn't be a better year than this. How would you say the sustainable development goals tie into World Wildlife Day? I think we need to understand the web of life that sustains all life on earth and is basically the story of the harmony in which humans and all wildlife exist together and that is why it is so important that we understand the importance of wildlife to our own existence even if we are very selfish even if we don't see anything else as being of importance just ourselves as being of importance even then we should actually recognize what does for us. I mean you take the example of bees. We have never sent an invoice to anybody. Dip pollinate every food that comes out on the planet and when their colonies collapse we spend millions of dollars backing them into boxes and putting them in trucks and take the case of interest rates alone. People are carrying beehives across the length and breadth of the United States just to get their pollination done and so it is time we realized that nature doesn't exist for us we would finish as a species and nature would go on it will heal itself it has existed for millions and millions of years without us though even if we are very selfish we really need to understand the criticality of nature to our own existence. And what can an average person do to support this? Being mindful being mindful off the natural resources. We use this to give you a little later which I concentrate significant at this point of time. The poor capita use of materials by humans is roughly thirty two thousand pounds for year. One human being. That's how much resources we are using. It is not sustainable and it cannot go on like this and by simply being mindful being concentrate and being respectful of nature. We can actually turn this around. There's a lot of things that we do can easily avoided. Take the case of food. Forty percent of the food that we grow is wasted and we keep talking about. How are we going to ten billion people by two thousand fifty? That's what I call false. Bindis you astor wrong question. The right question to ask is. How do we conserve nature? How do we improve the factor of productivity in the same land so that we can actually grow more healthy foods and you can sustain as many species? You aren't what would your message before? World Wildlife Day. I think the biggest message would be for humility for us to understand that we are one of the seven point eight million species that inhabit the planet. And we need to respect the right of other species to coexist alongside humans because even if we are selfish that's in our interest because that's what sustains the web of life is there anything else you would like to add. I think this is a time to act. We've been talking for too long for decades now and we have reached a very critical point in the history of our planet and how humans behave in two thousand twenty and in the next few years will determine certainly our fate and also the fate of the other species and the planet as well.

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Bytemarks Cafe

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"No I am happy to have SAM gun. I mean he's my favorite cultural advisor junior and senior scientists the Nature Conservancy Z. and of course he's here to tell us about the and he's also a board member from on the Hawaii Conservation Lines and foundation and he's here to tell us about the Hawaii Conservation Conference which actually is going on right now. Yeah I'm taking a quick break from the conferences started yesterday and it goes all the way to the end of tomorrow and it's three days of like twelve hundred people students scientists policymakers conservation practitioners community members cultural practitioners from Hawaii and the Pacific effect and outside of their and we converge to share cutting edge science and research from the field as well as the development of the latest tools in our challenges in conservation sustainability and it's just an amazing three days worth of symposia Roseola panels presentations four workshops everything from rapid oh he death to new discoveries about Komiyama Butterfly or what humpback whale songs it telling us about their decline or or health. It's amazing. So how many years has this been and this is an annual. This is the twenty sixth annual <hes> Hawaii Conservation Conference and I've been around long enough to have attended smaller conferences that were not called that but so it's in a long line of annual meetings of <hes> of scientists and managers that are dealing with conservation challenges and these are primarily about issues that are occurring here in Hawaii yes they are. I mean that's the main focus of the things but you know many of the things that are happening. Being in Hawaii have have relevance for the rest of the world in fact Hawaii is recognized ever since we had the I._U._C._N.. World Conservation Congress here in two thousand sixteen that momentum is just going on and on the global recognition of bio cultural approaches approaches to to our conservation problems sustainability that is really taking taking root so it's years that you've been involved with. Have you seen any kind of changes or major emphasis over the course of let's say the last couple of decades I mean what is being what was talked about then and what is more focused on now. Well you know back then it would have been on almost all managers and scientists from national parks and Nature Conservancy preserve wildlife refuge is talking about the latest developments. Maybe the the the whereabouts in the status of rare Hawaiian species and ecosystems and nowadays we have a lot of that in our in our databases already and so we're getting down to the meat of how to approach approach the challenges in conservation and sustainability and the coolest thing is the development of bio cultural approaches so taking best Hawaiian traditions practices and values all stemming from a thousand years of sustainability and these islands and seeing how we can work this into a modern context if we can make it happen here in Hawaii it might be the answer to salvation of the world now. There was a recent news item about I think because of climate change it could affect in. Anywhere from like fifty percent of the endangered species that are out there. I don't recall the exact number but it was due to climate change. Climate change is not going to be just inundation of houses or highways along the coast it changes the entire tire climate of our of Our island places that are drying are going to be much drier. The Band of native wet forest is going to shrink or watershed and our water supplies might might diminish their all kinds of things storms will be more intense and maybe more frequent and so you know dealing with all of that is what this what this conference is all about <hes> and then is there any kind of key takeaways that you might <hes> Glean from the conference well. It's actually a whole you you take away what you what you get when you attend these conferences and for example if you're interested in climate change and how it's going to affect forest birds mosquitoes is one of the key things so there's a report on on the best development of genetic tools that might eradicate mosquitoes entirely early from Hawaii which would be a boon for not only are forest birds but for us as well <hes> so it's. It's you get what you what you take out of it so I know it's been going on for a couple of days already and tomorrow is is still to come what is being featured tomorrow tomorrow. There.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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01:47 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Let's talk on that life radio dot com they're gonna scientists for the first time and the corner now of or not falling chain and documented minor torrey movements of bird populations spanning the entire year one hundred and eighteen species throughout the western hemisphere this it their website all about ertz and you'll find animated maps showing patterns of movement across the annual cycle fascinating the world conservation congress is held once every four years and has been called the olympics at the conservation worlds they gathering help us that the agenda for the international union or conservation of nature and is based in switzerland and is the world's oldest an largest global environmental organization with more than twelve hundred government's and then gio members and nearly eleven thousand volunteer experts in some one hundred and sixty countries the event brings together thousands of leaders and decision makers i'm government civil society in did you miss people's business and academia in september of twenty sixteen congress home eight in on a little bit of from an article in britain starting in newspaper comes this what do the golden line cameron chris wallace is horse the puerto rican parents and the and see spray toda all have uncommon well for one thing they've all been on the brink of extinction for another they very likely wouldn't survive today if not for the work assumes over the past century is uso played a crucial role in saving doesn't maybe hundreds.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"They're gonna scientists for the first time and he of or not fallen chain and documented minor torrey movements of bird populations spanning the entire year one hundred and eighteen species throughout the western hemisphere visit their website all about ertz and you'll find animated maps showing captains of movement across the annual cycle fascinating the world conservation congress this held once every four years and has been call the olympics at the conservation worlds they gathering help set the agenda for the international union for conservation of nature and is based in switzerland and is the world's oldest and largest global environmental organization with more than twelve hundred government's and and gio members and nearly eleven thousand volunteer experts in some one hundred and sixty countries the event brings together thousands of leaders and decision makers i'm government civil society in did you miss people's business and academia in september of twenty sixteen congress will meet in on a little bit of from an article in britain starting in newspaper comes this what do the golden line cameron chris wallace is horse the puerto rican parent and they can fancy sprayed toda all have uncommon well for one thing they've all been on the brink of extension for another they very likely wouldn't survive today if not for the work of assumes over the past century is use a played a crucial role in saving does maybe hundreds.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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02:43 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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01:41 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"They're gonna scientists for the first time and the of or not falling chain and documented minor torrey movements of bird elections spanning the entire year for one hundred and eighteen species throughout the western hemisphere visit their website all about ertz and you'll find animated maps showing captains of movement across the annual cycle fascinating the world conservation congress is held once every four years and has been called the olympics at the conservation worlds they gathering help set the agenda for the international union for conservation of nature it is based in switzerland and is the world's oldest an largest global environmental organization with more than twelve hundred government's and then gio members and nearly eleven thousand volunteer experts in some one hundred and sixty countries beard ben brings together thousands of leaders and decision makers i'm government civil society in did units people's business and academia in september of two twenty sixteen congress will me in on a little bit of from an article in britain starting in newspaper comes this what do the golden line cameron chris wallace is horse the puerto rican and the kid from see spray toda all have in common well for one thing they've all been on the brink of extension for another a very likely wouldn't survive today if not for the work of assumes over the past century zoo set played a crucial role in saving doesn't maybe hundreds of species from extension.

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02:41 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590

WAKR Radio 1590

03:30 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590

"Or on the very outside and there's labor day many americans are fighting for a higher minimum wage in the cbs is barry bag not a report summer getting it and then the fight for fifteen plan to post labor day push to make minimum wage takes a key presidential election issue it helps to turn sixty four million low wage workers and will voting block and there are way tried ballot initiatives in four states michael the story ahead dc based and pizza best growing company that pays workers about two dollars an hour more than the minimum we've been able to you know retain folks finds steve import no i princeton university professor allen krueger says it's an economic risk not worth taking my concern that is moving be on the point where the minimum wage provides the benefit and possibly to a point where it has at first effect krueger who cheered president obama's counsell of economic advisors suggests a twelve dollar in our federal wage floor that's what the white house has been pushing her me it is far out in the atlantic with seventy miles per hour wins and its on likely to make landfall again tropical store mornings remain up from eastern long island the cape cod because of expected high wins rain storm surge possible flooding the effect are still being felt this far south as delaware ended seaside heights new jersey where there's a state of emergency cbs history could duncan as a right now the rain is holding off there's no rain insight it's very windy and we're just really giving a close eye on the title there just that at this point is what the concern is because you're talking about significant whether traveling or he remotely we know upc is your business headquarters and when wore takes you undergo you near the left up to keep up bell's xp s thirteen empower small business owners to collaborate anywhere with incredible battery life and powerful performance reduce downtime by fifty percent composed productivity with four times faster performance would you refresh to do he sees featuring intel core processes budget dell dot com slash radio the world's largest living prime eight is in danger of disappearing more from cbs is deborah rodriguez a report from the world conservation congress in hawaii says four of six of the world's largest living prime eight r one step away from extinction the eastern go rilla is now listed as critically endangered with illegal hunting leaving all estimated five thousand of them in the wild that's a decline of about seventy percent over the past twenty years the only great apes not on the red list of it.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out of money at the end of the month and since neither the house nor the senators even half way toward passing all the necessary appropriate bills a stop gap funding bill will be needed to avoid a shutdown senate minority leader harry reid has indicated democrats will only go along with an extension of a few months when i'm not knowing when can win the next year that would force another vote during a lame ducks session also high on there to do list is finding a way to provide more money to fight physical virus after rebote under capitol hill force bases of the great eighth are now only one step away from extinction misses according to a new report released over the weekend at the world conservation congress in hawaii rieder foley ap radio news and i'm mark mills and the bloomberg radio newsroom this news cast is brought to you by sc on it in the future the asset management business will be profoundly different find out how st eyes global operating platform can help you too navigate the new operational frontier at se icy dot com slash imagine the world's top two oil producers pledge to cooperate to stabilize global markets while failing to announce any specific measures to bolster prices we have a number of tools at our disposal for joint actions russian energy minister alexander novak said following a meeting with this saudi counterpart collie doubtful lee at the g twenty summit in china novak said russia would be ready to join an agreement among major producers to freeze output out folly later told our re via television that there is no current need to cap production oil trim games after rising more than five percent earlier on speculation the saudis in russia my given more detail planned to drive a price's oil futures now trading at forty five eleven the barrel up one and a half percent we're hearing a lot about drive willis cars but as bloomberg charlie palate reports there is interest in driver list trackers in farm country case on veiled sleek aggressive looking random black tracker at the annual form progress show in boone iowa it comes equipped with cam rose radar in gps allowing a former to remotely monitor planting in the hardest thing via an app on a tablet computer agricultural machine re companies like a steer a nag co have been adding the latest technology amid growing interest in the use of big data analysis drones and satellite imagery him charlie pella bloomberg radio financial markets are closed in the us for labor day in europe the dow action germany's up a quarter ever percent attack forty in paris also up a quarter of forty in london down to tenths japan sneak a was up two thirds of the percent global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty six hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm mark mills and this is bloomberg.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810

KGO News Radio 810

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810

"From the city that changes the world this is san francisco san jose the next generation kg oj this means to live threat mother teresa made the saint i'm in kate remain is bringing high waves in recurrence to the east coast as it turns three hundred thirty five miles east of ocean's city maryland daniel brown of a national hurricane setter says remain as dangerous to beach goers some of that is right now the primary threat is the very happy serve that is basically the carolina's a north or two seven nine one that should continue actually a walk will be building over the next day or so and then continued through the middle weeks mother teresa has been declared the saints of francis presided over a special service today at the bad again which is attended by fifteen hundred homeless people from all over into a today knighton thomas on the it's an atlantic figure of we're going to look at subban and concentrated life to the whole world of volunteers and took a puts a she be your model posted one hundred twenty thousand people felt same peter square for the ceremony i'm in case congress goes back to work this week correspondent christopher cruz old lakers returned or capitol hill foreign abbreviated election season session during which they have only a few things on the agenda number one on the schedule for september is keeping the government from shutting down on october first when the new fiscal year begins the republican kind trolled congress hasn't managed to pass a budget so a stop gap spending measure will have to do and pressure is growing to provide money for the fight against the mosquito born cinco by wrist the center's for disease control says it has rather funds for the fight christopher cruz washington a report released at the world conservation congress in hawaii says the world's largest living prime eight has been listed as critically endangered making four of the six a great age speed she's only one step away from extinction international union for the conservation of nature sites illegal hunting for the seventy percent decline and the number of eastern corral us i'm in cleats.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

"It's something that those involved in bringing perpetrators to justice want to say too michel job this from the international criminal tried to you know forty four many of us mafia set up the past twenty years of seeing many precedents in the realm agenda crimes donned about ruling is the toughest opera sexual violence as a wall crime a crime against humanity and genocide that mrs jarvis maintains that there are still plenty of obstacles getting in the way of justice on sex crimes and that piece of comeback to hold off the court time tried team goals in orlando sierra the end cambodia's and also in the democratic republic of con guy drc justice yeah what we say his passion of sexual violence shot just being missed out from investigations ending diamonds hoping added very tonight all we see them knocking added a toll in response to some of these challenges the un's human rights office has come up with initiatives to oil the wales of justice these include training for judges on prosecutors and news to secure the appointment of women not just writes that will these matches help noggin your atlanta quest for just despite his eighty people he's women still in jolting bolton sold ints like market spot i still fight says that question was taken up by a rocky permanent representative to the un in geneva ambassador that mawae and sunday he insisted that trials are indispensable for those responsible for crimes against the uc deas and he undermined that be a rocky government his intent on defeating i still and on helping that victims those was appeared to be enough to not interrupt for now showdown against the semis said an mri i just hope when we were and the seat kids in thousands and infamous mccormick in the headlines at the time i didn't lose the ball about i'd have in the case that they katydid ingest this we can subject to have a play this was not going on and how we tied one one mike and daniel johnson united nations geneva everyone involved in efforts to consider the environments must make the human rights of an digits people a priority that's the message of a un independent expert is taking to the world conservation congress which opens in hawaii on thursday committees around the world are increasing using access to lands they could happen to the centuries victoria touted cope whose is that un special reports on the rights of an ditching this people's daniel dickerson began by asking him about the conflict between conservation and in ditching this communities one that racial bodies his have allowed but with a beast shown up indeed be plus from there addition of derek carr if the cubs beat indifferent made the national by the punt mph an area code gagne played an income game not allowed to be there can be should not a lively who would but it violate the rights of indeed.

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"world conservation congress" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810

KGO News Radio 810

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"world conservation congress" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810

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