(Caribbean Development Bank Press Release)– The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), have signed an agreement which will add GBP30 million (mn) to the United Kingdom Caribbean Infrastructure Partnership Fund (UKCIF). The agreement was signed on the sidelines of CDB’s Board of Directors meeting on July 26, 2018. The majority of the funds will be used to establish a reconstruction window, to respond to emergencies and natural disasters, with resources earmarked for Dominica and Barbuda. A portion of the grant funding will also be used for monitoring and evaluation. UKCIF was established to drive inclusive economic growth and development across the Caribbean, through the provision of vital infrastructure. All projects must build resilience to climate change. NASA Features Belizean Scientist, Emil Cherrington and… CDB President calls for resilience, transformation to drive Regional economic growth(Caribbean Development Bank Press Release) – Although grappling with challenges related to climate change; wide fiscal deficits and high public debt; as well as high unemployment, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) today projected that the Region’s economy is expected to grow by 2% in 2019. CDB President, Dr. Wm. Warren…February 8, 2019In “Anguilla”US$33M to finance climate change resilient infrastructure in CaribbeanBRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Officials from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) have signed an agreement to provide US$33,000,000 towards financing sustainable infrastructure projects in the Caribbean region. At least 50 per cent of the funds will be used to fund climate change adaptation and mitigation…August 25, 2016In “Antigua & Barbuda”CDB President announces up to US$800M for disaster recovery, amid strong Bank performance in 2017February 7, 2018, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – President of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Dr. Wm. Warren Smith, today announced that the institution is making USD700 to 800 million (mn) available to help Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) recover from the impact of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The funding, which the Bank is…February 7, 2018In “CARICOM”Share this on WhatsApp Sep 3, 2020 Greater Focus on Regional Agriculture Make COVID Recovery ‘a true turning point’ for people and… Oct 7, 2020 Sep 4, 2020 You may be interested in… “Recovery and reconstruction after a natural disaster can negatively impact a country’s budget. The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season caused significant damage and destruction in some of the UKCIF-eligible countries, and these additional funds are to assist Dominica, and Antigua and Barbuda recover from the impacts of Hurricanes Irma and Maria,” said Monica La Bennett, Vice-President (Operations), CDB. UKCIF provides grant financing to eight Caribbean countries eligible for Official Development Assistance, and UK Overseas Territory, Montserrat, and is administered by CDB. The original amount of GBP300 mn has been fully committed to projects, which will be undertaken in these countries. Capital projects approved to date include the rehabilitation of the Sir George Walter Highway and the Friars Hill Road in Antigua and Barbuda, development of the port at Little Bay, Montserrat and the Essex Valley Agricultural Development Project, Jamaica. Feasibility studies and design preparation are ongoing in Belize, Dominica, Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines while procurement activities to hire consultants to undertake similar services are underway for Saint Lucia, Grenada and Guyana. Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Sep 10, 2020 ‘Step In our Shoes’ – Dr. Carla Barnett
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New Mexico Highlands University To Help Develop Statewide Early Childhood Learning Needs AssessmentNew Mexico Highlands University To Help Develop Statewide Early Childhood Learning Needs Assessment
“Participants will be invited to in-person forums through existing partnerships and active organizations,” Jiménez-Latham said. Patricia Jiménez-Latham is the director of the Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations at Highlands. Jiménez-Latham said the forums will get input from a wide variety of community stakeholders including parents, tribal leaders, early childhood providers, early learning associations, councils, coalitions, educators, higher education faculty, and others. Jiménez-Latham said the project for the community conversations begins in August 2019 and continues through October 2019. She said the final report is due in mid-December 2019. The New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership contracted with CESDP to help develop the State of New Mexico’s Early Learning Needs Assessment and Strategic Plan. Noble also wrote that the needs assessment will gather information and data of the current early learning challenges statewide as well as ideas and recommendations for improvement strategies. “The communities selected to engage in the community forums include Las Cruces, Deming, Alamogordo, Roswell, Hobbs, Socorro, Albuquerque, Gallup, Española, Las Vegas and Farmington, as well as several New Mexico tribal communities,” Jiménez-Latham said. “The Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations at Highlands is working with the Native American Budget and Policy Institute at the University of New Mexico to facilitate 11 statewide community conversations in communities including New Mexico tribal communities,” Jiménez-Latham said. “CESDP’s role is to lead the facilitation process to ensure a culturally-sensitive and equitable approach in forums as well as conduct one-on-one interviews as part of the Early Childhood Needs Assessment Process.” NMHU News: LAS VEGAS, NM ― The Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations at New Mexico Highlands University will play a lead role in developing a statewide early childhood learning needs assessment. Jiménez-Latham said The Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations at New Mexico Highlands University is an educational diversity center that provides systemic and sustained professional learning for teachers, administrators and parents. CESDP has existed since 1993. “The New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership will analyze the information and data gathered through the needs assessment for a 3-year statewide early learning strategic plan that will serve as a roadmap for the new Early Child Education and Care Department which will be fully operational by July 2020,” wrote Kate Noble, vice president for policy and stakeholder engagement with the New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership (NMECDP). Patricia Jiménez-Latham
Single Vehicle Fatal Crash On I-25 In Santa Fe CountySingle Vehicle Fatal Crash On I-25 In Santa Fe County
NMSP News:SANTA FE — The New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash Sunday on Interstate 25 at about mile post 277 in Santa Fe County. The initial investigation indicates a 2007 Corvette was traveling south on Cerrillos Road at a high rate of speed. The driver took the south bound ramp onto Interstate 25 and for reasons unknown, the driver lost control of the vehicle and rolled. The driver, Hector Hugo Madrid Gutierrez, 22, of Rio Rancho was ejected and sustained fatal injuries in the crash. Gutierrez was pronounced deceased by the Office of the Medical Investigator. Alcohol does appear to be a factor and seatbelts do not appear to have been properly utilized. No additional information is available at this time.
CB FOX nee The Hill Theater c.1952, consistant with the movie on the marquee, Carbine Williams that opened around that time. Courtesy/Fox family By DAVE FOXCB FOXThe Hill Theater marquee helps put the photo date at about 1952-53, because the movie on the marquee, Carbine Williams starring Jimmy Stewart, was produced and introduced to audiences around that time.There are no “as built” architectural plans, but the movie theater lasted only a couple of years, after which the AEC decided it wanted to get out of the merchandise business, which it had operated as a PX, from a location immediately across the street from the Hill Theater. Since there was already another movie theater building (theater #2), The Hill Theater was reconfigured as a department store, operated first as Hubbard’s Department Store, we understand.Hubbard’s lasted approximately one year, then sold out to Spear’s Department Store, which after about two years sold its merchandise, fixtures and the building itself to Clement & Benner Department Store in 1959. Clement & Benner was bought by CB FOX in 1979 and so is celebrating its 40 year now.The AEC had a small office that was roughly directly above the right end of the marquee. The second floor was all offices. The AEC office was the only one with a skylight, which is today right above the desk in the Furniture Department.Human interest story — In 1979, immediately after CB FOX had bought the merchandise and fixtures that comprised the Clement & Benner Dept. Store, a retired Zia Company employee named Carl Notrott told me that he’ d been the purchasing agent responsible for placing the order for the tremendous volume of concrete it took to level what had been the well-sloped movie theater floor. He said the concrete truck that showed up pumped yards and yards and yards of the stuff – at 10 cents a yard. Carl couldn’t remember how many cubic yards that was, but he did “warn me” to “take good care of my floor”. (Where the steps from the rear entry meet the Women’s Department floor the concrete is about five feet thick.)The Gordons Summer Concert c.1990 in front of CB FOX department store on Central Avenue. Russ Gordon and former County Councilor Jim West stand in the center of the crowd. Courtesy/Fox family
Tourism Department Launches Statewide Effort To Build New Mexico Destination Development RoadmapTourism Department Launches Statewide Effort To Build New Mexico Destination Development Roadmap
ArtesiaAug. 2911 a.m. – 3 p.m.Ocotillo Performing Arts Center310 W. Main St., Artesia, NM 88210 FarmingtonSept. 49 a.m. – 12 p.m.Farmington City Civic Center200 W. Arrington St., Farmington, NM 87401 NMTD encourages members of the public interested in attending a nearby listening session by reserving a seat online at www.newmexico.org/industry/resources/-destination-development-roadmap-ddr. For the first phase of the project, NMTD will travel the state for a regional listening tour to meet with residents, business owners and representatives from local government to gather insights and suggestions on the opportunities and challenges for growing the tourism economy in their community. Once the regional listening tour is complete, NMTD will pull common themes from all sessions to build out a statewide strategic plan. This will occur in later phases of the project. The regional listening tour is a key function of the first phase of the Destination Development Roadmap. Each session will provide NMTD with a catalog of local tourism, cultural, art, and outdoor recreation assets, potential barriers, and opportunities for infrastructure and tourism product development. Each listening session will span three hours. The dates, times, and locations of all listening sessions are listed below: NMTD has contracted Coraggio Group to facilitate planning workshops and build out the Destination Development Roadmap. The goal of the Destination Development Roadmap is to formulate a statewide strategic plan for destination development, capacity-building, funding mechanisms and resource allocation. SANTA FE ― The New Mexico Tourism Department has announced it is launching a year-long project that will help communities capitalize on the growth of the tourism industry in a sustainable way. Rio RanchoSept. 1811 a.m. – 3 p.m.Hilton Garden Inn, Sandia Ballroom1771 Rio Rancho Blvd. SE, NM 87124 Angel FireSept. 162 p.m. – 5 p.m.Angel Fire Community Center15 Cs Ranch Rd., Angel Fire, 87710 Las CrucesAug.2811:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces705 S. Telshor Blvd., Las Cruces, NM 88011 Las VegasSept. 172 p.m. – 5 p.m.New Mexico Highlands University, Student Union Building, Room 321803 8th St., Las Vegas, NM 87701 NMTD News: “We invite any New Mexico resident with an interest in sustainable tourism growth to attend and participate in a listening session,” Tourism Secretary Jen Paul Schroer said. “This project is about formulating a strategy that empowers communities to capitalize on the growth of the tourism industry in a way that works best for them.”
New Mexico Human Services Department Reaches Settlement With Two More Behavioral Health ProvidersNew Mexico Human Services Department Reaches Settlement With Two More Behavioral Health Providers
Under the terms of the agreements, the parties agree that the settlements are a compromise of the disputed matters and the representations and statements are not an admission of any liability or fault on the part of either party. SANTA FE ― The New Mexico Human Services Department has reached settlement agreements with two more behavioral health organizations to whom Medicaid payments were frozen in 2013 by the Martinez administration. Settlement agreements were reached with:TeamBuilders Counseling Services, Inc.; andCounseling Associates, Inc. HSD News: Last month HSD announced it had settled with:Hogares, Inc;Valencia Counseling Services, Inc.; andThe Counseling Center, Inc. HSD has now settled half of these agreements, which were made in the interest of amicably resolving all differences and to avoid the time, expense, delay and uncertainty of litigation in the lawsuits filed in the First Judicial District Court. Shannon Freedle, CEO of TeamBuilders states, “We are grateful for the swift action and efforts of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and HSD Secretary David Scrase to resolve this matter. We appreciate finally being able to put this to rest and are hopeful for the future of New Mexico’s behavioral health system and the people who depend on those services.” “New Mexico deserves and needs stability in our behavioral health network,” Secretary David R. Scrase, M.D said. “These settlements reflect a shared commitment to rebuild what was lost. We are continuing to work with other behavioral health provider litigants affected by the 2013 New Mexico Medicaid payment freeze and to reconstruct this essential network of services that so many vulnerable New Mexicans need and rely on.”
PEEC News: Uncover the secrets of the Milky Way Galaxy in the Los Alamos Nature Center planetarium at 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18 with Dan Reisenfeld. Then, watch the new full-dome film ‘Superpower Dogs’ at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct.19. Courtesy/PEEC The Milky Way Galaxy is home to our Sun and over 100 billion other stars. Most of these stars are much like the Sun, but spread throughout the galaxy’s vastness are denizens mysterious and beautiful. These objects include dark molecular clouds housing stellar nurseries, young clusters of newborn stars still enshrouded in luminous gases, the glowing embers of dead and dying stars and even mini-galaxies orbiting the core of the Milky Way. Lurking in the core, there also is a supermassive black hole with the mass of 4 billion Suns! Watch the new full-dome film ‘Superpower Dogs’ at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 19, brought to Los Alamos by local sponsor Pet Pangaea LLC. Courtesy/PEEC Astronomer Dan Reisenfeld will take attendees on a tour of many unique objects in the Milky Way, show them the galaxy at wavelengths invisible to the eye and explore the ultimate fate of the Milky Way Galaxy at this talk. For more information about this and other PEEC programs, visit www.peecnature.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505.662.0460. In addition to this talk, the nature center will play the full-dome film “Superpower Dogs” at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 19. Local sponsor Pet Pangaea LLC brought this exciting movie to Los Alamos. Join an immersive adventure that explores the life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. This inspiring true story is narrated by Chris Evans and follows six dogs that brave earthquakes and avalanches, protect endangered species and help people with special needs. Seating is limited for both of these events, so please call the nature center at 505.662.0460 or stop by to reserve your tickets. Admission to both programs is $6 for adults and $4 for children. Events in the planetarium are not recommended for children under age 4. Explore the mysterious and beautiful objects of the Milky Way Galaxy at 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18 in the Los Alamos Nature Center’s planetarium. PEEC was founded in 2000 to serve the community of Los Alamos. It offers people of all ages a way to enrich their lives by strengthening their connections to our canyons, mesas, mountains, and skies. PEEC operates the Los Alamos Nature Center at 2600 Canyon Road, holds regular programs and events, and hosts a number of interest groups from birding to hiking to butterfly watching. PEEC activities are open to everyone; however, members receive exclusive benefits such as discounts on programs and merchandise. Annual memberships start at $35. To learn more, visit www.peecnature.org.
Udall, Bennet Introduce Major Resolution To Set National Conservation Goal: Conserve 30% Of U.S. Lands And Ocean By 2030Udall, Bennet Introduce Major Resolution To Set National Conservation Goal: Conserve 30% Of U.S. Lands And Ocean By 2030
U.S. SENATE News: The Udall-Bennet Thirty by Thirty Resolution to Save Nature will establish a national goal of conserving at least 30 percent of the land and 30 percent of the ocean within the territory of the United States by 2030 by:Working with federal agencies, local communities, Indian Tribes, States, and private landowners to conserve natural places and resources under their control;Including public incentives for private landowners to voluntarily conserve and protect areas of demonstrated conservation value and with a high capacity to sequester carbon and greenhouse gas emissions;Improving access to nature for all people in the United States, including for communities of color and economically disadvantaged communities;Using land and ocean of the United States to sequester and store carbon;Focusing work at a large-landscape scale that is biologically and ecologically meaningful;Preventing extinction by recovering and restoring animal and plant species;Stabilizing ecosystems and the services of ecosystems, restoring degraded ecosystems, and maintaining ecological functions; andIncreasing economic opportunities for farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and foresters. “As I travel to every corner of my state, I hear from diverse communities about the importance of preserving the remarkable land and waters that have made Oregon the incredible place it is,” Merkley said. “Maintaining our ecosystems is essential to the quality of life and the economic vitality of communities across Oregon and America, and we have a moral responsibility to leave a healthy, habitable environment behind for our children and our children’s children. This resolution emphasizes the importance of that duty, and reaffirms our commitment to the conservation efforts we need to implement right now in order to protect our most treasured places for generations to come.” “To slow the loss of nature in America, we need the kind of national leadership and vision that this resolution provides,” said Matt Lee-Ashley, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. “Establishing a national goal of conserving 30% of America’s lands and oceans by 2030 would provide much-needed support and encouragement to communities across the country that are working to protect our lands, waters, and wildlife for future generations.” “It’s our moral obligation to leave future generations with an inhabitable planet. If we are to take this commitment seriously, we must ensure that we prioritize the conservation of our nation’s land and water. I’m proud to stand with my Senate colleagues to introduce the 30 By 30 Resolution to protect our planet for years to come,” Durbin said. “We are defined by the wildlife and wild places we leave behind for future generations. Senator Udall and Senator Bennet’s resolution underscores not only the urgency of conserving and restoring our public lands, wildlife habitat, and natural spaces, but also the urgency this moment,” said Collin O’Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation. “Recovering wildlife populations and conserving public lands is the best way we can not only safeguard our outdoor heritage and strengthen our outdoor recreation economy, but also transcend political partisanship and deliver for the American people.” The continental United States loses a football field’s worth of natural areas every 30 seconds due to human activity. This loss of nature—accelerated by climate change—is a threat to the nation’s health and prosperity, affecting communities’ clean air, water, and defenses against severe weather, floods, and wildfires. To curb wildlife extinctions, fight climate change, reduce toxic pollution, and safeguard healthy natural systems, the United States must confront the conservation and climate crises head-on. Udall and Bennet’s Resolution, “The Thirty by Thirty Resolution to Save Nature,” is supported by a number of organizations including the Center for American Progress, League of Conservation Voters, National Wildlife Federation, National Parks Conservation Association, Wilderness Society, Campaign for Nature, Sierra Club, GreenLatinos, The Nature Conservancy, Marine Conservation Institute, Mountain Pact, Hispanic Access Foundation, and Oceana. A full list of supporting organizations can be found HERE. “The United States is facing a climate crisis that has already led to damaged oceans, newly extinct species, and ecosystems in distress. In order to ensure our planet is healthy and hospitable for our children and grandchildren, we must commit ourselves to bold land and ocean conservation efforts,” Harris said. “I’m proud to join my colleagues in calling on the United States to set a goal of conserving at least 30 percent of the land and ocean in our country by 2030. It’s our responsibility to take action before it’s too late.” “Just over 50 years ago, my father, Stewart Udall, sounded the alarm about the quiet loss of nature. Back then, in a few short years, our nation drastically deepened its commitment to the land and waters that sustain us by creating some of our most successful conservation programs. But today, the crisis is even more dire – and we need to meet it with the urgency it requires. That’s why I’m proud to introduce the Thirty by Thirty Resolution to Save Nature,” Udall said. “Globally, one million species are at risk of extinction – many within decades — as a result of factors like habitat destruction and climate change. These species are critical to our rich natural inheritance and our economic success. Now, there’s no question that we must, at a minimum, undo the environmental damage caused by the Trump administration. But let’s be clear: humans are destroying nature at a devastating rate. Only reversing the Trump administration’s wreckage would be like be applying a band-aid to a life-threatening wound. We must write a new playbook to address the climate and nature crises. We must set a national goal of protecting and restoring 30 percent of our lands and ocean by 2030 to stem the collapse of our natural world. This is the mass mobilization we need – the collective action that will save the planet.” The Udall-Bennet Thirty by Thirty Resolution to Save Nature recognizes that nature – like climate change – has reached a tipping point. The resolution responds to a growing group of scientists, who say that conserving at least 30% of the ocean and land by 2030 is the minimum step necessary to adequately address the extinction, climate, and biodiversity crisis. In addition to Udall and Bennet, the resolution is cosponsored by U.S. Senators Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.). “We can’t address climate change without focusing on conservation,” Bennet said. “Committing to conserving 30 percent of America’s land and oceans by 2030 is exactly the kind of ambitious strategy we need to protect our wildlife and lands, and tackle this urgent crisis. Setting an aggressive, tangible conservation and climate goal has been a long-standing priority of mine, and I could not have asked for a better partner to advance this legislation. That’s why I am thrilled to be leading this resolution with Senator Udall today.” WASHINGTON, D.C. — Tuesday, U.S. Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) introduced a major Senate resolution to set a national goal of conserving at least 30 percent of the land and 30 percent of the ocean within the territory of the United States by 2030. “We thank Senators Udall, Bennet and the rest of the supporters of this resolution for demonstrating visionary leadership and urging the United States government to commit to this bold, necessary conservation goal,” said Alex Taurel, Conservation Program Director at the League of Conservation Voters. “With one million species at risk of extinction and the continental United States losing a football field of natural area to development every 30 seconds, it’s clear that we’re in the midst of a crisis of nature that threatens humans as much as it does wildlife. We desperately need to preserve more of the Earth in its natural state. It’s time for the U.S. government to listen to the science and preserve 30% of our land and oceans by 2030.” “As the damage caused by climate change continues to grow, we must set achievable benchmarks to reduce pollution and protect our environment. Conserving 30 percent of our lands and oceans over the next 30 years will do just that — and will help ensure that future generations can enjoy America’s natural beauty. I’m proud to join my colleagues in introducing this resolution, and I will continue working to address climate change through meaningful action across the board,” Van Hollen said. Udall announced the resolution at the Center for American Progress event entitled ‘Confronting the Nature Crisis: A Discussion. U.S. Representative Deb Haaland (D-N.M.), and journalist Elizabeth Shogren joined Udall for the discussion on the extinction and conservation crisis. The full text of the resolution can be found HERE.
U.S. Sen. Tom Udall To Join Veterans Day Ceremony In Española Honoring Service Of New Mexico VeteransU.S. Sen. Tom Udall To Join Veterans Day Ceremony In Española Honoring Service Of New Mexico Veterans
U.S. Sen. Tom Udall From the Office of U.S. Sen. Tom Udall: U.S. Sen. Tom Udall will deliver remarks and participate in a ceremony Monday honoring New Mexico’s veterans and commemorating fallen service members at the Española Veterans’ Memorial Wall.“I am grateful to join the Española community in honoring New Mexico’s veterans,” Udall said. “New Mexico is a state with a proud tradition of military service. Veterans, service members, and their families bind our communities together and inspire us with their patriotism. I will continue working to ensure that each veteran receives the care and resources that they have earned.”Recap:What: Udall to attend Veterans Day Ceremony in EspañolaWhen: Monday, Nov. 11Time: Ceremony begins 11 a.m.Where: Española Veterans’ Memorial Wall