World at 8 Monday 22 April 2013

World at 8 Monday 22 April 2013

Highlights of the news today Monday 22 April 2013 Something Evil This Way Comes One child too many? BBC Polls Downplay Potential Romanian-Bulgarian Migration UKIP Benefits From Tory Gay Marriage Fanaticism Belgium: Young Muslims Don’t Feel Accepted Italy: Crisis Could Kill 250,000 Businesses, Says Confcommercio Good News From Slovenia – Halal Salami ‘Pork Free’ City […]

Koh Phangan: ‘New Thailand’ for Indian Family and Couples in LOW BUDGET (trip cost/Flight)

Koh Phangan: ‘New Thailand’ for Indian Family and Couples in LOW BUDGET (trip cost/Flight)

its 4 am I am at Suvarnbhumi International airport, Bangkok, Thailand There are lots of misconceptions about Thailand among Indians So let me clear these misconceptions and let me introduce to a ‘different’ Thailand in this series After watching it I am sure you will feel this is a budget-friendly family destination or for a […]

Why the most dreaded military injection is called the ‘peanut butter’ shot

Why the most dreaded military injection is called the ‘peanut butter’ shot

– The military requires some gnarly vaccines for service members. There is a reason for this. Conflicts and travel to foreign environments expose troops to infectious diseases, many of which, luckily, we can prevent. Before I PCSed to South Korea, I received in one day the following vaccinations: Anthrax, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, TDAP, Typhoid, […]

Santa Tracker [ where is santa right now norad tracker [ santa tracker chromecast ]

Santa Tracker [ where is santa right now norad tracker [ santa tracker chromecast ]

The US military command that is charged with protecting the airspace for North America is on alert this Christmas weekend for a man with a white beard and a red suit. The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is tracking a sleigh and eight tiny reindeer around the world as it heads for US airspace […]

Commercial Fishing Threatens Moken ‘Sea Gypsies’

Commercial Fishing Threatens Moken ‘Sea Gypsies’

Diving into the seas of southern Myanmar Thiha Thway is in his element. He is one of the Moken, a nomadic tribe that have sailed and fished these waters for hundreds of years Sometimes known as “sea gypsies”, today their culture is under threat from commercial fishing. Large trawler nets and illegal dynamite fishing have […]

Robert Curtotti: Fishery status reporting — informing the sustainability debate

Robert Curtotti: Fishery status reporting — informing the sustainability debate

Thanks, Patrick for that introduction. There’s many angles to sustainability as we know so we can talk about the biological sustainability of stocks, the sustainability of the ecosystems in which these stocks exist, the economic sustainability of fisheries and the social sustainability of the many communities that depend on fisheries for their livelihoods. Today’s talk […]