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Gravatar (77) Vernonaxope
ven., 29 mai 2020 15:05:29 +0000
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Chinese experts share disaster management knowledge – but are concerned some of the resources available are not applied as effectively as they should be.

In a report released today by the National Institute of Information and Communication Technology and the Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering of China, they said more than 30 Chinese nuclear and nuclear technical institutes could benefit from additional resources and increased expertise – but that few of those institutions – in particular the three major nuclear research institutions in China – have the necessary personnel, equipment and expertise to deliver and sustain an effective response.

In the case of Fukushima and Fukushima Daiichi, their leaders lacked sufficient resources to address the crisis and were unprepared for the magnitude of the threat presented. They failed to anticipate the need to mitigate the effects of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, and failed to act when information came to light that potentially led to more injuries, more fatalities and more radioactive contamination.

The report said Chinese facilities should be investing in nuclear disaster management expertise, and improving emergency planning capacity, as early as possible. But there is little resources or expertise for disaster management in Chinese industry – even nuclear engineering.

To address a major issue, the report said, Chinese industry could invest in a network of "nuclear emergency response and preparedness centers" in China, but could not address all the key issue areas for this to happen.

Instead, Chinese industry and academia need to work together to develop and commercialize the skills, resources and expertise that might be available in those centers. Chinese universities should also devote more time and resources to helping foreign students, and research into the problems of nuclear crisis management.

The report is released in cooperation with two other international organizations, International Nuclear Risk Analysis and Research (INAR) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The study found China faces a high risk of a nuclear accident and no industry has developed effective plans and programs to mitigate or manage it.

"We found that both the nuclear accident and the major accidents involving Japan, the US and France in the post-World War II era have resulted in severe effects on human health and the environment, and the result is an almost incomprehensible and even tragic set of consequences," said Li Jianhua, director of INAR.

"We found that after two nuclear accidents with the loss of at least half of the infrastructure at Fukushima Daiichi, at least 10 years later, no significant action was taken to prepare for and minimize fallout risk or to address nuclear risk concerns."

Li said the report points to a need for a comprehensive and comprehensive national response plan for nuclear disaster in the Chinese context.

The report said there is no international blueprint for disaster preparedness, which means that China must build and enhance itself as a nuclear emergency management nation, without providing guidance and advice to other countrie

Govt urged to stop rising fuel prices

The Indian government has asked the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to stop increasing fuel prices as they have been doing for the past five days to curb the growing traffic congestion, reports said.

RBI Chairman Bipin Rawat on Thursday asked the regulator to stop a hike that has been going on for the past five days till April 19 at a time when the state government had declared its highest fuel prices in more than two decades.

In his letter to RBI director Raghuram Rajan, he asked that the policy of a monthly hike in fuel prices be stopped in the absence of any convincing reasons that a decision is justified.

"In view of its high price, we note a significant impact on business in our country. Thus, we find it more important for the government to initiate a gradual reduction in prices in order to give a fair opportunity for private sectors to compete and to curb inflation in this country and to protect farmers and consumers from increased expenses, while keeping the prices down," he said.

Rajan replied that a decision to impose a hike in fuel prices will be taken by the government, but added that it was essential that the decision was taken without undue delay.

According to sources, the government on Tuesday had decided that a monthly fuel tax hike of 4.5% would be imposed by March 15. On Wednesday, sources said that the rate was lowered to 4.14%.

The state government had announced fuel prices as high as 17.50 rupees a litre on March 15 and has announced a hike of 7.55%, to 13.40 rupees a litre by April 6.

In the last one year, the state government in Kerala have introduced a 12% fuel tax on diesel and 4.1% on petrol (of 6.80 rupees per litre), which resulted in the cost of living falling to 7.55 rupees in January and 8.45 rupees in March.

But fuel costs have been rising across the country, with fuel prices in Delhi up to 24.95 rupees a litre for petrol, 25.90 rupees in Mumbai, 29.10 rupees in Pune and 30.40 rupees in Hyderabad.

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Gravatar (76) DavidVah
ven., 29 mai 2020 15:05:29 +0000
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Australia announces register of foreign owned land

24 November 2016

Australia announces the establishment of a register of foreign owned land to be maintained and registered under the Foreign Investment Review Board Act 2004. The register will allow investors to conduct a detailed due diligence process with certainty before an Australian company undertakes a takeover of their land. This is part of Australia's aggressive plan to remove barriers to overseas investment.

The announcement comes after detailed consultations with industry and private sector stakeholders including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders, indigenous and First Nations groups, the community and many others.

The register will allow investors to conduct a detailed due diligence process with certainty before an Australian company undertakes a takeover of their land

Foreign ownership of land has a major impact on employment, wealth, environmental protection and economic growth. Over the past 30 years Australia has reduced its foreign ownership in agriculture by around 14 per cent – a clear and worrying sign that, despite increasing domestic demand for Australian food, agricultural land remains poorly protected.

As the majority of foreign acquisitions of land are land development investments, the Government must ensure the right of Australian owners to take ownership when they decide to acquire land. In 2012 the Government passed the Land Title (Foreign Investment) Act. This gives Australian ownership of land rights greater weight than foreign ownership rights. The Land Title Act was brought in to address the huge concentration of land in Australia, increasing competition and reducing prices. The legislation has been applied in three key areas: the land title register and the foreign ownership of land register. This is a vital piece of legislation that should help Australia protect its most valuable public land and promote investment in the rural economy.

In 2012 the Government passed the Land Title (Foreign Investment) Act

In 2013 the Minister for the Environment and Climate Change welcomed the completion of a comprehensive assessment of the landscape environment and environment and water resource for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land ownership in the country. This document was provided to all relevant stakeholders by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and supported by experts and experts on the ground to ensure that land ownership and land use policies would promote sustainable and economic development. The Minister also confirmed that there would be a formal Land Title register in both the Land Title and Foreign Ownership of Land register.

The Government also reviewed the Land Titles Agreement in 2015 and made major changes to improve the Land Titles register. It is important that governments act quickly when developing national policies and regulations so that owners can be fully informed of the laws and regulations which apply to them.

The register, which is the result of an unprecedented consultation process, will allow investors to conduct detailed due diligence on whether an Australian company is an appropriate buyer for their interests. It will help identify if any measures require prior consultation by Australian government, and assist Australian investor

Flying taxis could be in australia in five years but first there's no funding

The first phase of what is to be the world's largest taxi ride service will begin this month with a scheduled stop at Brisbane Airport, but to start offering service in New Zealand later this year it will require funding from the government.

"It is going to take a long time to get funding for this to work but we are certainly going to be making significant progress and the first phase will be up and running by the end of February," said Andrew Dutton, director of transport, regional and metropolitan development at the Australian Transport Department (ATD).

"The idea that a driver would be required to have a minimum of three years of driving licence, it would not be practical, and if it were, taxi drivers would not want to become taxi drivers."

However, it is understood the plan to build the taxi service around a fleet of self-driving cars could get approved by the federal government before the end of June, when the State Government's budget for the 2013/14 budget cycle is due to be published.

The government's budget, released earlier this month, was criticised by taxi-industry groups, who said the government's focus on autonomous vehicles could end up hurting the industry's efforts to build a large network of private hire taxis.

Dutton insisted that while the technology needed to self-drive cars needed to be developed before the company can get any vehicles into the Australian market, the government would consider funding it in stages.

The taxi service would start at the end of May with five cars on the service, followed by five more vehicles a month on top of two from the same company to achieve a peak of nine vehicles being on the system by June 30, he said.

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