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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogActor Arnold Schwarzenegger attends a promotional tour for the film "Terminator Genisys" in Shanghai, China, in this file photo taken August 19, 2015. REUTERS/Aly Song/Files BONN: Arnold Schwarzenegger ? the former California governor and Hollywood actor and film producer ? issued a challenge on Sunday to governments to start labelling fossil fuels with a public health warning that their use could cause illness and death. He lauded the World Health Organization (WHO) for sealing a 164-nation tobacco control pact in 2003 that led to consumers of cigarettes and cigars being alerted to the health risks of smoking, including lung cancer. A similar accord could be put in place for products derived from fossil fuels such as oil and coal, which emit planet-warming gases when burned, said the politician and environmental activist. ?Wouldn?t it be great now if they could? make the same pact with the rest of the world to go and say, ?Let?s label another thing that is killing you ? which is fossil fuels,'? he said to applause on the sidelines of UN climate talks in Bonn. Schwarzenegger suggested telling customers at petrol stations that ?what you pump into your tank may kill you?, and plastering oil tankers driving along highways with messages that their contents are dangerous to health. ?Here?s a challenge for you guys,? he said, directly addressing WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who spoke at the same event. Schwarzenegger lamented that environmental pollution ? estimated to kill more than 9 million people per year in all its forms ? was rarely discussed at conferences on climate change. About two-thirds of those deaths are from air pollution. ?This is a massive tragedy ? and as depressing and terrifying as it is, we are not talking about it enough,? he said. In his own political career, his campaign team found that talking about polar bears or degrees of temperature rise was not an effective way to communicate the threat of climate change to the public. But running adverts saying that air pollution killed and gave children breathing problems worked, he said. Over the 12 days of the climate change conference in Germany ? presided over by Fiji ? more than 300,000 people would die from harmful substances in their environment, he noted. Small islands suffer Patricia Espinosa ? the head of the UN climate change secretariat ? said climate change needed to be addressed from a broader view ?that directly connects human health with the health of the planet?. Besides deaths caused by respiratory diseases from burning fossil fuels, global warming is harming coral reefs and fish supplies and causing hunger and poverty. Elsewhere, higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are reducing the nutritional content of crops, putting hundreds of millions of people at risk from vitamin deficiencies, she said. Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama underscored the damage done to health facilities in his small island state from extreme weather, including powerful Cyclone Winston, which caused 44 deaths and wiped out over a third of the nation?s GDP last year. He stressed the importance of investing in infrastructure to make health systems stronger and agiler in the face of growing disaster threats as global warming brings wilder weather and rising seas. Although the 2016 cyclone damaged health facilities, Fiji is now building new hospitals and clinics, and reinforcing existing ones, he said. But to do this requires funding, he added, noting that only a tiny fraction of climate finance is allocated for measures to protect health, and small island developing states ?will see only a small part of that?. An initiative launched on Sunday ? by the WHO, the UN climate secretariat, and Fiji ? aims to triple international financial support for action on climate-related health issues in small island developing states. Its main goal is to ensure health systems are resilient to climate change by 2030. ?Climate change is not a political argument in Fiji and other island nations ? it?s everyday reality,? whether that?s in the form of destructive storms, rising sea levels or increased risk of infectious disease, said Ghebreyesus, the WHO chief. "These communities need assistance to cope with a world that is changing in front of them," he said. ?via Thomson Reuters Foundation
This week's question is inspired by liquidfractals's reply to last weeks question. What is your favorite music and which bands would you have loved to see live? We learned many things; mostly that our team have poor taste in music. Brandon (Senior tech support and development) I like a lot of different genres. I grew up with rap and pop, but I like R&B, country, electronic and rock too. Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs n Harmony is probably my favorite rapper (and I've seen the group perform live), with Chamillionaire being a close second (and I've actually met him and talked to him one on one). I'd love to see Pentatonix live, that's on my bucket list I'd say. Mark H (Tech support) My tastes in music are quite eclectic. Given my age, "Rock & Roll" is at the top of the list, but after that it's "anything except Rap and Country". Who I'd like to see? Well.... I did have an invite from an older friend to attend Woodstock with him and his even older brother. Problem being, I was still very much a minor. Dad put the kibosh on that idea. I do wish I had gone. Marc S (Tech Support) I have lots of different genres of music that I listen to. Pretty much everything from Classical to hard trance, Whitney Houston to Marilyn Manson. I think if I was forced to pick just one, then it would likely be Progressive, or uplifting Trance. I could listen to this all day and night, and have produced some tracks, alongside one of my friends in the past. Rhett (Cloud Support) That's a hard one for me, I have kids, and a wife, we listen to all sorts of music, I'm not often in control of the station 😂 Matt (Senior Developer) Music is a huge part of my life. I listen to music all day while I work and I always have a pair of headphones in my pocket. My tastes change considerably depending on my mood but Sigur Ros, Radiohead, The National and Metallica are often on repeat. I quite like Apple Music as it often suggests bands that I've not heard of. I used to be a guitarist in a Metallica cover band in school. Thankfully it was before the internet existed so no shameful footage exists of those days. Mark W (Senior Developer) <looks over to now playing... "Miley Cyrus"> Maybe I won't take part this week... Jennifer (Designer) I listen to a lot of different genres and artists. Honestly my music tastes depend on my mood and what I'm focusing on. Thank god for Spotify. I listen to nearly everything except for Death Metal and Country (although I'm sure there are exceptions to the rule for both of them). I tend to lean to female voices over male voices most of the time. I have a special love for Five Nights At Freddys Fan songs, Portal Music and Pink Fluffy Unicorns (dancing on rainbows). I'd say some of my top artist loves would be: Amanda Palmer, Janelle Monae, Lily Allen, Nicki Minaj, The Pretty Reckless, Muse, Black Veil Brides, Fall Out Boy, Maroon 5 and Skillet Daniel (Senior tech support and development) All kind of electronic music (DnB, Electro, Frenchcore... literally everything) Stuart (Senior tech support and development) I listen mostly to classical music (being married to an Opera singer does that to you). I do also enjoy listening to rock and metal. One band I would have loved to see live is Queen, but unfortunately that was a little (not much) before my time. Drop us a line and let us know what your favorite music is. If you have any questions for the team that you'd like to be featured, let us know and we'll queue them up!
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogPrime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi doesn't wear ties very often. The PM, who is currently attending the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly, was criticised for his 'casual' look. While speaking at Council of Foreign Relations, PM said that he has been taught to wear a tie on the day of marriage or funeral. Speaking about his attire, the PM remarked "I went to school in California. So in California, the said you only wear a tie on the day you get married or you die. So it?s neither of those events, so." The remark was followed by laughter from the audience. For all those who were wondering or judging him for his lack of proper attire, well now you know.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News Blogsource: NASA NASA is seeking suggestions from the public for a message to beam far, far out into space to the probe Voyager 1 in time for the 40th anniversary of its launch. The US space agency wants input via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media, and the public will vote on what short message we on earth should send to the intrepid, overachieving little space traveler. NASA said on its website that people have until August 15 to make submissions of a maximum of 60 characters. NASA, its Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Voyager team will cull them, and the public will vote to pick the winner to send toward Voyager 1 on September 5. That probe is now almost 13 billion miles from Earth. It is the most distant human-made object ever. And it is the first spacecraft to enter what is known as interstellar space. NASA defines this as beginning where the sun's flow of material and its magnetic field stop affecting its surroundings. Voyager 1 was launched on September 5, 1977, and a sister ship, Voyager 2, actually went up about two weeks earlier. Both traveled on Titan-Centaur rockets. The mission of both was study the solar system's giant, gaseous outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Voyager 2 went up first because its trajectory was a longer, slower one. It is now almost 11 billion miles from home. The resumes of both on a project that was never designed to last so long or reap so much treasure are simply eye-popping. For instance, NASA says Voyager 1 was the first spacecraft to detect lightning on a planet other than Earth. It was on Jupiter. And both Voyagers found suggestions of an ocean beyond Earth. This was on Jupiter's moon Europa. The list of other achievements is long.