The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is delighted to announce that Prince Charles is to become its first Vice Patron.Since joining ZSL’s Exceptional Young Zoologist Club aged just 13, The Prince has been a long-time supporter of the Society; most recently visiting ZSL London Zoo in November with the Duke of Cambridge to attend a United for Wildlife meeting.During the visit, their Royal Highnesses were given a tour of the Zoo’s new Tiger Territory exhibit, where they came face-to-face with male Sumatran tiger, Jae Jae, before meeting conservationists for an urgent discussion on how to end the escalating crisis of illegal wildlife trade.The Prince will join his mother, HM Queen Elizabeth II, who has been Royal Patron of the Society since her coronation in 1953.ZSL’s Director General Ralph Armond said: “I am delighted that The Prince of Wales, a long-term campaigner on wildlife conservation, has chosen to become the Vice Patron for the Zoological Society of London. During his recent visit in November it was clearly evident that he shares our passion for animals and protecting them in the wild.“The Prince’s commitment to stopping illegal wildlife trade is very closely aligned with ZSL’s conservation work, and he has shown particular interest in the conservation technology we are developing, including next-generation cameras that will be used by park rangers to help catch poachers.”During his five-year term as Vice Patron, The Prince will be involved in ZSL’s wide-ranging work, which includes ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, conservation projects in more than 50 countries around the world, and its science arm, the Institute of Zoology.
New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith skipped out on Mark Sanchez’s annual “Jets West” camp, but Sanchez told the press that he will be the starting quarterback when the season begins, so ultimately it did not matter that Smith didn’t show.“I don’t hold it against any of the guys who can’t make it,” Sanchez said Friday after a two-hour practice. “There are no hard feelings about anything like [that]. Greg [McElroy] isn’t here, [Matt] Simms isn’t here, some guys are gone getting married. They’re doing stuff. There are plenty of other things they could be doing. If they could make the sacrifice and be here, awesome. If they can’t, that’s totally fine. I would never hold a grudge against anybody that’s not here.”When Sanchez was asked if he would be the starter in the beginning of training camp, he said, “Absolutely.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 5 Nov 2014 – Clement Howell High principal, Kadean Cunningham has cancelled bus service to students this afternoon in the aftermath of an accident which has left a student hospitalized.Apparently a school bus ran over the child’s foot.MAgnetic Media has no further details at this time, but Mrs Cunningham did reach out to say the Bus Service for hundreds of students would be suspended. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Clement Howell High get their hands dirty for World Wetlands Day 2016 Related Items:Bus accident, clement howell high school, Hospitalize, Kadean cunningham Recommended for you Eagles win again at InterHigh Championships National Heritage Month ends
Airports Authority commanded to protect South Caicos airport by airline Turks and Caicos airline, ICA, now flies to Havana Related Items:Intercaribbean Airways, provo air center, road works InterCaribbean launches Cuba flights Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 27 Jan 2015 – Road works were underway yesterday at the junction of Old Airport Road; but it is not the public works department resurfacing the strip which was filled with huge potholes. InterCaribbean Airways and the Provo Air Center took on the job to give motorists, including their customers’ relief from the craters which are made worse whenever it rains. There had been a re-routing of traffic to the opposite end of the roadway while that work is ongoing. Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
6969Prime Minister Minnis addresses the 5th Meeting of ACP Ministers in charge of Fisheries and Aquaculture, September 20, at Melia Nassau Beach resort. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 21, 2017 – Nassau – Climate Change is now one of the most fundamental development challenges facing countries of the African, Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) grouping, Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert A. Minnis said Wednesday.Addressing the Opening Session of the 5th Meeting of ACP (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific) Ministers In Charge of Fisheries and Aquaculture at Melia Nassau Beach resort, Prime Minister Minnis said various climate models suggest damage from natural disasters have increased sharply and that: “such damage is likely to worsen, especially from flooding.”“The National Wildlife Federation in the United States notes that the latest science connecting hurricanes and global warming suggests more is yet to come,” Prime Minister Minnis said.“Tropical Storms are likely to bring higher wind speeds, more precipitation and bigger storm surge in the coming decades.”Prime Minister Minnis observed Climate Change also poses risks for sustainable development and tourism, in addition to sustainable fisheries.“In meeting these risks, we must rise to the challenge with new ideas for fisheries and aquaculture.“Public and private sector investments are required if the aquaculture sector is to develop in a viable manner in the Caribbean. The Caribbean Community must do its part to boost aquaculture and sustainable fisheries throughout our region,” Prime Minister Minnis added.The Prime Minister announced that the Government of The Bahamas will promote investments in aquaculture, mariculture and modern sea farming strategies.It will undertake a study of the country’s marine resources with a view to creating opportunities for the artificial propagation and enhancement of local fish stocks, addressing growing demands for fish and aquaculture products regionally and globally, and the ‘steep rise’ in importation of fish and fisheries products over the last decade.Prime Minister Minnis said there is no denying the impact Climate Change is having on the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. There have already been 13 named storms just three-and-one-half months into the season, with two-and-one-half months left to go. (The Hurricane Season lasts June 1 through November 30.)Already, there have been three Super-Storm Hurricanes (Harvey, Irma, Maria) that have left an estimated hundreds of billions of dollars worth of devastation and destruction across the region and parts of the United States of America.Maria, the latest of the three Super Storms, has wreaked major havoc in Dominica and Puerto Rico.“Like typhoons and monsoons (in Asia), these Super Storms leave many communities and countries in the Caribbean particularly vulnerable,” Prime Minister Minnis said.“This includes Small-Island Developing States (SIDS) and low-lying areas such as The Bahamas and a number of small-island Pacific States here today. Climate Change is now one of the most fundamental development challenges for countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific,” Prime Minister Minnis remarked.By: Matt MauraPhotos/Yontalay Bowe, OPM Media Services 6983Group Photo at Melia on Wednesday. 6849Prime Minister Minnis (second left) and Bahamas Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Renward Wells (third left) chat with a delegate of the 5th Meeting of ACP Ministers in charge of Fisheries and Aquaculture, September 20, at Melia Nassau Beach resort. Also pictured is Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister for Information and Communication Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe. 6964Fisheries and Aquaculture Ministers from Africa, the Caribbean, and Pacific countries. Related Items: