13 Oct

Suncor names shifts Mark Little to role of chief operating officer

first_imgCALGARY – Suncor Energy has named Mark Little as chief operating officer at the oilsands giant, shifting him from his current role as president of upstream operations.The company says he will be responsible for all operations and many of its corporate services as Suncor looks to push for efficiencies at both its own operations and at its majority-owned Syncrude facilities where he is chair of the board of directors.Suncor (TSX:SU) says Little has been with the company since 2008 in a variety of roles, including leading the integration between Suncor and Petro-Canada and more recently leading upstream operations including oilsands, conventional exploration, and production worldwide.The company says Little will assume the role on Dec. 1 as Suncor looks to achieve first oil at its Fort Hills oilsands mine.last_img read more

12 Oct

Iran allowed to continue advanced nuclear research

first_imgWASHINGTON — White House releases details of Iran nuclear deal amid calls for transparencyThe White House has released a summary of the deal reached between six major world powers and Iran to curb its nuclear program. Iran has denied it wants to use the program to eventually build nuclear weapons but agreed to scale it back after the international community applied strict financial sanctions.It allows Iran to continue research and development on its nuclear centrifuge technology, announcing the conclusion of technical talks on the implementation of an interim deal pausing Iran’s nuclear program. The deal, signed  in Geneva in November, is to go into effect on Monday and to last for six months while Iran and the P5+1 – the United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany – attempt to negotiate a comprehensive agreement to end the long-standing crisis.The agreement is seeking to hold the most advanced parts of Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for an easing of western economic sanctions on Iran. Iran has accepted to halt 20 percent of enriched uranium until January 20 and start diluting half of its uranium stock of which 20% was already enriched, according to the deal.The White House summary said a “Joint Commission” had been established by experts from Iran, P5+1 countries and the EU as well as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to monitor the implementation of the agreement. Some of the limited and temporary easing of sanctions against Iran will include the release of $6 billion in relief which is a small part of total $100 billion that will still be restricted.The Undersecretary of the US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman has informed the lawmakers regarding the details in a closed meeting. Some congress members said the plan is already increasing their concerns. Republican senator Lindsey Graham, known as the most critical of Obama administration’s foreign policy claimed “I am more worried than ever after the briefing,” IAAE has asked to keep the technical details secret, according to White House spokesman Jim Carney.last_img read more

7 Oct

PGE reaches 11B deal with California wildfire insurers

SAN FRANCISCO — Pacific Gas & Electric and a group of insurers say they have reached an $11 billion settlement to cover most of the claims from the 2017 and 2018 wildfires in California.The utility said in a statement Friday the tentative agreement covers 85% of the insurance claims, including a fire that decimated the town of Paradise.A group of insurers said in a separate statement the settlement is well below the $20 billion the insurance companies had sought in bankruptcy court.PG&E Corp. on Monday released a plan to offer nearly $18 billion to victims, insurance companies and cities and public entities in California that battled fires sparked by electrical equipment.PG&E sought bankruptcy protection in January because it said it could not afford an estimated $30 billion in damages.The Associated Press read more

6 Oct

UN official calls for cancellation of debts owed by poorest countries

“The 50 least developed countries (LDCs) are unduly burdened by heavy debt. These countries have been facing the challenge of a huge, unsustainable debt service payment,” said Anwarul K. Chowdhury, the UN’s High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States.”In fact, many of them are paying more towards debt servicing than their earnings in exports. Consequently, their economic growth and development has been stunted. Only debt cancellation would free the resources needed in LDCs for investment in health, education and for fulfilling basic needs of their populations.”His appeal came as finance ministers from the seven richest, most industrialized countries gathered in London to prepare for the G8 summit, which would include the Russian Federation, next September in Gleneagles, Scotland. The United Kingdom is this year’s chair of the group.British Prime Minister Tony Blair has pledged to put a spotlight on Africa’s problems during his chairmanship.”I believe that an agreement to cancel the debt of the 50 least developed countries, 34 of which are in Africa, will go a long way in helping these most vulnerable countries become self-reliant members of the international community,” Mr. Chowdhury said. read more

6 Oct

UN helps Guinea to avert waterborne epidemics after heavy flooding

Seeking to prevent cholera and typhoid outbreaks following severe flooding in the Kindia region of Guinea, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) will distribute water purification tablets and help local authorities take other measures to treat the water supply.“Despite warnings from the local authorities, people continue to consume contaminated water and food recovered from stagnant ponds,” the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said today. “The local people are less and less able to confront the situation and their means of subsistence decrease further each day.”Some 1,200 people were directly affected by flood damage. “The large amount of stagnant water renders the people particularly vulnerable to illnesses such as malaria and acute respiratory ailments,” OCHA added. Health care, water treatment, food, blankets, kitchen utensils are among the priority needs for Kindia, 135 kilometres inland from Conakry, the capital, and the Government does not have sufficient means to respond, OCHA said, adding that it had released $55,000 from its Emergency Cash Grant mechanism. These funds will be used by the UN World Health Organization (WHO), the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and the Guinean Red Cross to buy food and non-food supplies. read more

2 Oct

Week one about more than just Ohio State versus Bowling Green for

Urban Meyer smiles at a press conference after the Fiesta Bowl. Credit: Lantern File Photo.Every head coach in the NCAA has gotten his start somewhere, whether it be with a Power Five school, in a lower division or with a high school from across the nation. For Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, the college where he got his start as a head coach will be his first opponent of the season.The Buckeyes will be facing off against the Bowling Green State University Falcons to kick off the 2016 season. While there is a stark difference in the Associated Press rankings for both teams (OSU comes in ranked sixth in the nation while BG sits well-outside the top 25 at No. 93), the game is more to Meyer than just a test against an unranked opponent.In his opening statement at Monday’s press conference, Meyer had nothing but praise for his former team.“I want to say a couple of things also about a great school we’re playing this week, Bowling Green,” he said. “Paul Krebs, a former Buckeye, was an assistant AD who hired me — what was it — in 2001. And I took the job at Bowling Green. I wasn’t sure what to do, and I took home the media guide.”Although it took some time to adjust to the pressures of leading a Division I team, Meyer enjoyed a high level of success with the Falcons.In the year prior to his arrival, Bowling Green had finished the season 2-9, which was the sixth year in a row the team finished below a .500 winning percentage.“It’s one of the really neat experiences, zero expectations,” Meyer said. “And that’s, obviously, you don’t experience that much anymore.”Regardless of the lack of expectations when he arrived, the team turned around immediately. In the two years Meyer was at the helm, the team finished 8-3 and 9-3, respectively.In his first year, Meyer was named the Mid-American Conference coach of the year. Before he started in his first head coaching position, the Ashtabula, Ohio, native realized many fans were far from optimistic, a reflection of the early rankings of the 2001 season.“I think we were 129, or 119 or something like that. That was our ranking,” Meyer said. “I thought, ‘You have to be blanking me’ when I saw that. I didn’t know there were 129 teams or 119 times, 120 teams.”To start the season, Bowling Green faced Missouri in 2001. The Tigers were in a similar scenario as the Falcons. After a string of disappointing performances, they were under the direction of a new coach, Gary Pinkel.Even though the Tigers had finished 3-8 in the year prior, a mere one game better than the Falcons, Meyer was wary of how his first game at the helm of a college team would go.“We sat there. I looked at Shelley, ‘What if we lose every game we play, because who knew?’ She said, ‘I bet you win tomorrow.’ I looked at her, and I said, ‘We have no freaking chance of winning this game tomorrow,’” Meyer said. “Something happened in the middle of the night. I remember waking up, our staff and our players thought they’d win it, and they did.”The trip down memory lane for Meyer brought a smile to the Buckeyes’ coach during the presser. Although the team across the field of the Scarlet and Gray on Saturday will be approached as an adversary, there is more behind the matchup than just the previews and the box score.OSU is scheduled to face Bowling Green on Saturday at noon in Ohio Stadium.Correction 9/3: Original edition of the article listed Meyer as a native of Toledo. He is a native of Ashtabula, Ohio. read more

25 Sep

Minibus drivers charged with causing death of brothers in Den Amstel

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedBus drivers to be charged with causing death of Den Amstel brothersJuly 4, 2018In “latest news”$200,000 bail for Minibus Driver accused of killing PedestrianOctober 3, 2014In “Crime”Minibus driver remanded for causing death of Corentyne schoolboyFebruary 17, 2016In “latest news” Two minibus drivers were on Thursday placed on $300,000 bail each when they appeared at the Wales Magistrate’s Court to answer to two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.The court heard that on June 26, 2017, while on the Den Amstel public road, Mohendra Rambowar, 31, of Tuschen Housing Scheme and Devon Headley, 27, of Tuschen Housing Scheme drove their vehicles in dangerous manners, causing the death of 28-year-old Shemon West and his 19-year-old brother, Shalum Allen, both of Fellowship, West Coast Demerara.The duo were placed on $150,000 bail, for each charge.The case was adjourned to September 12, 2018, pending the completion of the police report.INews had reported that on the day in question, the two brothers were returning home on a pedal cycle from the Leonora Police Station after uplifting car documents, when they met their demise.Preliminary investigations revealed that a minibus bearing registration number BVV 8882 had stopped to put off passengers and as the two brothers were in the process of overtaking, the vehicle suddenly drove off.However, in the process, its right-side front hit the left handle bar of the bicycle thus causing the two men to fall onto the roadway.It was at this time another minibus with registration plates BVV 7042, which was heading in the opposite direction, drove over them.The teen reportedly died on the spot while his brother, a father of two, succumbed at the Leonora Cottage Hospital. read more

15 Sep

Former Margate commissioner convicted of public corruption charges

first_imgMARGATE, FLA. (WSVN) – A former city commissioner of Margate has been convicted of public corruption charges.On Monday, David McLean was found guilty of seven felony charges, including bribery, unlawful compensation, official misconduct and theft.The jury found that McLean received cash payments from his business’ landlord in exchange for political favors.McLean is set to be sentenced in March.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

3 Sep

18m Dhaka dwellers may be affected by Chikungunya

first_imgIllustration of Chikungunya. Prothom AloAt least 1.8 million people are feared to be infected with Chikungunya in the capital this year. One in 10 people in the city are at risk of the mosquito-borne fever, says a study.The study, based on three surveys conducted by the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) in 2011 and 2013, says around 10 per cent of the people in Dhaka city are at risk of being infected by Chikungunya, said professor Mahmudur Rahman, former director of the IEDCR.According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, around 18.24 million people live in Dhaka city.Of them, 10 per cent, around 1.8 million, are at risk of being infected by Chikungunya.IEDCR director professor Meerjady Sabrina told Prothom Alo, “I don’t agree with the statement that one out of 10 people in Dhaka city may be affected by Chikungunya.”She, however, declined to comment further about this. The IEDCR conducted a survey over mobile phone in July this year.Some 4,775 dwellers of the city were contacted with this survey and some 357 people said that they suffered from Chikungunya fever.A Dhaka Medical College Hospital associate professor said, there are Chikungunya patients in almost every family of Dhaka city now. So, it is not inaccurate to say that 10 per cent Dhaka dwellers have been suffering from the disease. *This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Imam Hossainlast_img read more

2 Sep

Application For PostHarvey Homeowner Assistance Program Available

first_img Share David Goldman/APMaria Rocha places debris outside her home in a neighborhood that was flooded by Hurricane Harvey in Beaumont, Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017.The application for the Homeowner Assistance Program is now available in all eligible Hurricane Harvey affected counties, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced Monday.The Texas General Land Office (GLO) allocated $1.098 billion in Community Development Block Grants for Disaster Recovery funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), for rehabilitation and reconstruction of thousands of owner-occupied single-family homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey.Homeowners in Harris County and the city of Houston will be able to apply for similar programs funded by direct allocations.Bush noted that “with more than $1 billion allocated to it, this is the largest single program designed to help rebuild the lives of thousands of Texas families.”ChecklistThe GLO recommends that potential applicants review the Homeowner Assistance Program Checklist to have all applicable documents ready prior to applying. Interested homeowners should visit http://recovery.texas.gov/hap to apply online or download a printable version of the application.Potential applicants can also find in-person assistance at regional Homeowner Assistance Program offices serving their area. In addition to a main office in each region, each county will have at least one application drop off location or satellite office.Additional satellite offices and application intake locations may be announced in the future. For assistance, interested participants can email cdr@recovery.texas.gov or call 1-844-893-8937.For implementation of this program across 48 eligible counties, the GLO allocated funds into six regions, with the majority of funds being directed to the most impacted counties and zip codes within each region as prescribed by HUD requirements. Each region will retain its allocation until the available funds are awarded to homeowners in those regions.Applicants are potentially eligible for assistance within their region if they owned their home, it was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Harvey, and it was their primary residence, among other eligibility factors.First-come, first-serve basisThe applications will be considered for award on a first-come, first-serve basis, according to the priorities outlined in the Regional Housing Guidelines.last_img read more

30 Aug

This Is What the Internet Will Look Like in 2025

first_img Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 4 min read Tomorrow, the World Wide Web turns 25. To mark the occasion, the Pew Research Center asked a range of entrepreneurs, researchers, writers and developers, among others, for their predictions about what the it will look like in 10 years.Their responses, unsurprisingly, run the gamut from hopeful and excited to darkly pessimistic. Depending on the person, the web will make the world a fairer, more connected and knowledgeable place or transform it into a fragmented cesspool of greed where terrorism is a daily reality.However, most experts do agree that as it ages, the World Wide Web will become more pervasive as well as seamlessly accessible. Emerging technologies, including wearable and embedded computing, will enable us to easily connect (or perhaps never disconnect) from a cloud of sophisticated, intelligent and cheap (maybe even free) processing power.Here are a range of predictions for what the web will look like at 35.Related: ‘Future of Now’: The Convergence of Social Media, Crowdfunding and TechMore integrated. “The Internet will shift from the place we find cat videos to a background capability that will be a seamless part of how we live our everyday lives. We won’t think about ‘going online’ or ‘looking on the Internet’ for something — we’ll just be online, and just look.” — Joe Touch, director at the University of Southern California’s Information Sciences InstituteCheaper and more insightful. “When the cost of collecting information on virtually every interaction falls to zero, the insights that we gain from our activity, in the context of the activity of others, will fundamentally change the way we relate to one another, to institutions, and with the future itself. We will become far more knowledgeable about the consequences of our actions; we will edit our behavior more quickly and intelligently.” — Patrick Tucker, author of The Naked Future: What Happens In a World That Anticipates Your Every Move?“We will grow accustomed to seeing the world through multiple data layers. This will change a lot of social practices, such as dating, job interviewing and professional networking, and gaming, as well as policing and espionage.” — Daren C. Brabham, a professor at the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, University of Southern CaliforniaA more detailed recorder of daily life.“We’ll have a picture of how someone has spent their time, the depth of their commitment to their hobbies, causes, friends, and family. This will change how we think about people, how we establish trust, how we negotiate change, failure, and success.” — Judith Donath, a fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and SocietyRelated: The Internet of Things: New Threats Emerge in a Connected WorldFragmented. “The Internet will generate several new related networks. Some will require verified identification to access, while others will promise increased privacy.” — Sean Mead, senior director of strategy and analytics for Interbrand“The Internet will fragment. Global connectivity will continue to exist, but through a series of separate channels controlled by a series of separate protocols. Our use of separate channels for separate applications will be necessitated by security problems, cyber policy of nations and corporations, and our continued attempts to find better ways to do things.” — Ian Peter, pioneer Internet activist and Internet rights advocateDark and hierarchical. “Everything — every thing — will be available online with price tags attached. Cyber-terrorism will become commonplace. Privacy and confidentiality of any and all personal will become a thing of the past. Online ‘diseases’ — mental, physical, social, addictions (psycho-cyber drugs) — will affect families and communities and spread willy-nilly across borders. The digital divide will grow and worsen beyond the control of nations or global organizations such as the UN. This will increasingly polarize the planet between haves and have-nots. Global companies will exploit this polarization. Digital criminal networks will become realities of the new frontiers. Terrorism, both by organizations and individuals, will be daily realities. The world will become less and less safe, and only personal skills and insights will protect individuals.” — Llewellyn Kriel, CEO and editor in chief of TopEditor International Media Services“Yes, the information we want will increasingly find its way to us, as networks learn to accurately predict our interests and weaknesses. But that will also tempt us to stop seeking out knowledge, narrowing our horizons, even as we delve evermore deep. 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29 Aug

Mozilla recommends a Firefox extensions that appears to be a copycat

first_imgMozilla recommends a Firefox extensions that appears to be a copycat by Martin Brinkmann on July 25, 2019 in Firefox – 33 commentsMozilla maintains a list of recommended extensions for the Firefox web browser that it highlights on the official Mozilla AMO add-ons website and also in Firefox in various ways.The system used to select these changed recently from featuring extensions on Mozilla AMO to a stricter system. The new system accepts extensions only if they meet requirements; some of these are self-explanatory, e.g. that extensions need to be safe, but some are not.One of the main differences to regular extensions offered on Mozilla AMO is that recommended extensions are reviewed manually each time a new version is uploaded to Mozilla’s site (and initially as well). Other extensions are reviewed after the fact only, if at all.One of the recommended extensions, AdBlocker Ultimate, appears to be a copycat extension. Twitter user Rémi B. published the following message on Twitter today:Why is @firefox recommending an extension which seems to be a copy-pasting from another extension and potentially in copyright infringement? @AdBlockUltimate claims to be open-source and GPLv3 so I installed and checked the sources using the debugger.The code of the extension is very similar to AdGuard, a very popular content blocking solution. Rémi found mentions of AdGuard throughout the code of AdBlock Ultimate that suggest that code was copied from AdGuard. The AdBlock Ultimate extension has more users than Adguard currently; Adguard has about 322k users, AdBlocker Ultimate 418K.Raymond Hill, creator of uBlock Origin and uMatrix, reported the AdBlock Ultimate extension in 2017 but nothing came out of it. In the report, he stated that the “extension is essentially a copy of Adguard extension for the core code, and essentially a copy of ABP for the user interface aspect”, and that he thought that Firefox users donating to extension developers would surely want to donate to the original developers.One of the main objections is that the extension is recommended by Mozilla (AdGuard is not). It seems like a strange choice considering that the recommended extension appears to use AdGuard code.Mozilla employee Gian-Carlo Pascutto responded to the thread stating that the organization is looking into it. The response time was very quick this time.  One possible outcome of the “looking into it” could be that Mozilla removes the recommendation.The situation resembles another blunder by Mozilla that happened in 2018. The organization recommended a privacy extension back then in a blog post on the official Firefox blog that had a “phone-home” feature built-into the extension.Now You: What is your take on all this?SummaryArticle NameMozilla recommends a Firefox extensions that appears to be a copycatDescriptionOne of the recommended extensions for the Firefox web browser may turn out to be a copycat extension; the original is not recommended by Mozilla.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

28 Aug

Pensioners involved in crash in Ruby Gailey Drive

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27 Aug

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11 Aug

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first_img Top Stories Okafor added he could have tried to play through the injury but decided it was in his best interest to have the surgery.“At this point in my career, it wasn’t worth playing through,” Okafor said. “I still have a lot of football left in me and I don’t want that to be a hampering injury throughout my career.”The injury occurred during Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints on a special teams play. Okafor attempted to grab an opposing player, but the Saint, “kind of ran through my arm, kind of overextended it and it popped.” He said the adrenaline numbed the pain until after the game, at which point he knew something was wrong.The Arizona Cardinals Broadcast Department contributed to this report 0 Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires After the Arizona Cardinals lost two of their starting outside linebackers for the season, rookie Alex Okafor was set for a bump in playing time. Unfortunately, the opportunity was short lived as the team announced on Tuesday Okafor tore a tendon in his biceps and will miss the rest of the 2013 season.Despite the injury, Okafor, a fourth round draft pick out of Texas, remains optimistic.“I was a little disappointed, it was my opportunity to kind of step in and help the team out but unfortunate things happen,” Okafor said. “It’s in the past and I just got to look forward to next season.”center_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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Feb 7, as named by the site is the Desert Riviera Inn in Palm Springs,000 per night.Va. but the mood inside the city’s civic center was downright celebratory As bow-tied waiters mixed drinks and manned a buffet of shrimp cocktail and roasted meat the hundreds of members and guests at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Coal Association mingled with a lightness that would have been unthinkable just a year before After years of steady decline the price of a key type of coal used to make steel doubled in 2016 largely due to a spike in demand from China This led some mines to hire more workers and prevented others from laying off workers Meanwhile the state elected Jim Justice a billionaire coal baron as governor and the nation installed Donald Trump as President Both men wooed West Virginia voters with the promise of more mining jobs and fewer regulations For an industry in need of a boost it might as well have been jet fuel “For the first time in a long time there’s hope and optimism” West Virginia Representative Evan Jenkins told the civic center crowd “Everyone knows it Everyone can feel it” Here in the capital of the state that depends on coal more than any other the hope of a rebound is understandable In 2006 burning coal provided 49% of the country’s electricity but by last year that figure had declined to just 30% according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) Over that same period annual production in West Virginia declined from 150 million tons to less than 90 million Much of that is the result of the boom in natural gas which has become cheap and plentiful thanks to fracking and other new extraction technologies Last year for the first time natural gas unseated coal as the top source of US electricity Coal also has an environmental problem accounting for the most carbon emissions of any fossil fuel used for electricity At the same time the cost of renewable power sources like wind and solar have become increasingly competitive with coal further eroding its market share Nowhere have these trends hit harder than in West Virginia More than a century of mining has depleted the state’s most accessible reserves forcing companies to spend more money to dig deeper into the earth As demand for coal dwindles many have decided it’s just not worth it Between 2011 and 2016 US coal producers lost more than 92% of their market value The state’s fortunes have stagnated in stride Today West Virginia ranks 49th in per capita income 50th in educational attainment and 49th in life expectancy To those who see coal as key to a revival Trump has been a beacon On March 28 after promising to gut the Obama-era environmental regulations known in mining states as the “war on coal” the President made good on his word Flanked by energy-industry executives and coal miners Trump signed an Executive Order that is expected to effectively scrap the Clean Power Plan President Obama’s signature effort to reduce global warming by placing a cap on power-plant emissions The plan which had not gone into effect was expected to force most of the nation’s remaining coal-fired power plants to close and further diminish the country’s appetite for the fuel that helped power its rise “You know what it says right” Trump joked with the miners before signing the order “You’re going back to work” The reality however is far more complicated Undoing Obama’s climate regulations is more like plugging a burst dam than reversing the water’s flow Without the Clean Power Plan the EIA expects natural gas and renewable power to account for a combined 57% of the nation’s electricity by 2040 With the plan those sources were projected to reach 65% “It’s nonsense Coal is not coming back” says Mark Barteau director of the University of Michigan Energy Institute “It’s going to continue to lose to cheap natural gas” Nor do open mines necessarily mean open jobs A range of automated technologies from rock crushers to shovel swings have taken the place of humans in recent decades—a key reason that employment in the coal industry fell between 1980 and 2010 even as production grew US coal mining employed 53000 people last year according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics In 1979 it was more than 250000 “There’s almost zero reason to be completely optimistic” says Ted Boettner executive director of the West Virginia Center on Budget & Policy “It’s a disservice to coal-mining communities to tell them they will have a mighty comeback” That may not be clear in the White House but it is in the places that do the mining In West Virginia it’s striking that even those who applaud Trump’s repeal of Obama’s environmental agenda are preparing for life after coal—or at least beginning to negotiate the terms Governor Justice the towering owner of the Greenbrier resort with an outsize personality and a fortune built on coal skipped the February industry conference without explanation Instead he sent his chief of staff to deliver a dose of reality: a budget proposal for a slew of new fees including a potential tax increase on coal companies “I walked in and was able to look under the sheets and look at where we were” Justice told TIME of his rationale after seeing the state’s $400 million budget deficit “It was beyond dismal We’re in a real mess here” Indeed from the statehouse in Charleston to the well-worn tables at Park Avenue Restaurant in Danville (pop 688) nearly everyone wants to embrace coal’s latest chance but they cannot escape the fact that the future is bleak And what comes next is a subject of animated debate The first thing that catches the eye at the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison is a small but striking image of a miner hovering over a city With his arms rested on his waist the deity-like miner uses his helmet lantern to illuminate the city The message isn’t meant to be subtle “A lot of miners take pride in it” says Carl Dunlap who spent 40 years as a coal miner and now mans the front desk of the museum “We’d go blind in the dark” He’s right Coal was discovered in West Virginia in 1742 just a few miles from where the museum sits and it became central to the state’s economy in the 19th century when the Industrial Revolution sent demand soaring Eventually all but two of the state’s 55 counties became a source for the black rock Coal powered the nation through World War II and was critical during the energy crisis in the 1970s when Middle Eastern sheiks embargoed the sale of oil Demand peaked in 1988 when coal provided nearly 60% of US electricity There were ups and downs in the decades that followed but in the past 10 years the decline began to resemble a death spiral West Virginia produces 60% of the coal that it did a decade ago and employs about 12000 people as coal miners—down from more than 64000 in the 1970s The effects extend far beyond the people working directly in the industry Revenue from a state tax on coal production—a key source of funding for local communities—is expected to decline from more than $420 million in 2012 to $151 million by 2018 It’s market forces that make this moment the most challenging time in the coal industry’s long history—and a key reason why energy analysts are skeptical of any promise to bring it back The development of fracking opened up once unreachable reserves of natural gas and has slashed its price by two-thirds since 2008 Wind and solar once liberal pipe dreams now compete with coal on price in many places At the same time the most accessible—and therefore cheapest—coal reserves in Appalachia are mostly mined out “Trump is not going to bring all the coal jobs back” says Jason Bordoff director of Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy “There isn’t a lot of investment activity because in some cases it looks more economically attractive for firms to invest in cleaner technologies” The tune was far different at the West Virginia Coal Association conference where over the course of two days presenters slammed Obama as a jobs killer praised Trump as a potential savior and dismissed climate change as a fiction “This war on coal has come from the environmental community from the White House and from a host of others” says Roger Horton a retired miner who founded the advocacy group Citizens for Coal “And it’s been strangling our ability to provide these jobs” That view crosses party lines in a state filled with billboards telling the EPA to stop killing jobs and bumper stickers suggesting that those who don’t like coal can give up electricity “The mess started because Obama wanted to kill coal” says Rupert “Rupie” Phillips the lone independent in the West Virginia house of delegates “Thank God for Donald Trump” Phillips who has vowed to do everything in his power to prevent any new taxes or regulations on the industry made clear that his only priority is making the mines hum again “I have no loyalty when it comes to my coal” he said at the conference to raucous applause There’s more room for nuance outside of the echo chamber On a recent night in Boone County where coal was first discovered in the state longtime residents were skeptical of a return to the glory days “It’s moving up a little but some of these people need to realize they’re not going to make $30 an hour like they used to in a mine” says Mary Ann McClure over dinner at Park Avenue Restaurant “It’s just not there like it used to be” McClure and her dinner mate JoAnn Harmon both would like to see coal come back—even if they know it’s unlikely—but when we talked they seemed more interested in what’s happening just a few miles up the road where the state government has promised to transform the site of a former 12000-acre surface mine into a commercial development park with offices retail and most important jobs Governor Justice says he’s going to make sure the project gets built Justice is a Democrat but his political appeal has been likened to that of Trump’s Both are wealthy businessmen who until now had never held elected office with little in the way of concrete political ideology Justice even has a tax controversy of his own: millions of dollars in unpaid fees assessed on his coal mines Still his central promise resonated with voters: “Jobs jobs jobs” And to the extent that he had an economic platform it emphasized tax cuts and reviving coal Justice even reopened a few of his company’s mines just days before the election—an apparent down payment for the bright future in store for the industry Taking office has a way of bringing a politician back to earth West Virginia faces a deep budget deficit thanks in part to the shrinking revenue from the state’s coal tax and even the most severe regulatory rollback won’t reverse that trend While Justice is fond of saying that miners have been “overregulated out of a job” he has come to realize that coal will not be as important to the state’s future as it was to its past “There’s real hope and real optimism” Justice says but “you’re still going to have thousands and thousands of displaced miners” The governor’s agenda includes a wide variety of measures to raise revenue and repair the state’s recently downgraded credit rating He wants legislators to raise the state’s sales tax create a new business tax and increase the gasoline tax (They have balked so far) And he proposed a sliding scale of taxation that would make coal companies pay more when their production increases It’s all part of an effort to think beyond the state’s dominant mineral Justice wants to spend billions of dollars to rebuild roads and increase broadband Internet access—nearly one-third of people in the state can’t get it—in an attempt to make West Virginia more attractive to outside investors He hopes he can jump-start the timber and furniture-making industries and encourage new businesses to set up shop There is also hope in West Virginia’s growing tourism industry which has benefited from privately sponsored environmental-cleanup efforts across the state’s scenic trails mountains and waterways Justice doesn’t refer to his plans as economic transition a loaded phrase sure to draw even more ire from the coal industry but it’s clear that that’s exactly what he wants to achieve The prospect elicits excitement in some quarters and fear in others For those still working in the mines the decline of coal is a direct blow to their ability to provide for themselves and their families An experienced coal miner can earn $100000 along with benefits and the promise of a pension Jobs in the new industries targeted by economic-transition plans—think call centers shipping warehouses and non-union manufacturing—often pay minimum wage or else require specialized training and a college education But in a state where coal has long been an icon as well as a livelihood the industry’s fade takes a psychic toll Coal is in the names of West Virginia’s roads and rivers stamped on its buildings and the source of scholarships at its leading universities For years the football teams at Marshall and West Virginia squared off in the Friends of Coal Bowl and in 2009 the state named coal its official rock “West Virginia has always relied on coal” says Tom Southern who lives near the coal museum in Madison “That’s been their mainstay That’s what they do” Yet the possibility of a different way of life doesn’t seem to scare all older coal miners Randy Smith a longtime miner who was first elected to the state senate as a Republican in 2012 proudly wears a Friends of Coal lapel pin His office is decorated with memorabilia from decades in the mines and he says he wants coal jobs to remain a career for those who desire it But it’s always been a hard life and he says he’d welcome more options in the state “I’m a coal miner been a coal miner all my life My son I didn’t want him to be a coal miner The coal is in my blood but I want what’s best for my kids” Smith says “We have to use this opportunity to diversify our economy Coal will never be what it was”IDEAS Katy Steinmetz is a TIME correspondent based in San Francisco Each year linguists lexicographers and other language nuts gather at an annual conference under the banner of the American Dialect Society The highlight of the confab is a raucous vote for choosing the "word of the year" a now widespread tradition that this organization started decades ago But in some ways this event never ends because the attendees are on the lookout all year long not just for possible "WOTY" winners but nominees for several subcategories: Slang Word of the Year Most Likely to Succeed Most Creative And on Monday the CEO of United Airlines likely locked up a position in a category that one generally does not want to be found inspiring: Euphemism of the Year As a viral video spread across the Internet showing a man dragged off a plane bloodied and protesting after paying for a ticket to be on that plane CEO Oscar Munoz released a statement apologizing "for having to re-accommodate" customers like him who found themselves bumped from a flight "I thought that alternative facts wrapped up Euphemism of the Year" says Mark Peters who follows the vote closely and writes a column on euphemisms called Evasive Maneuvers "But this one may be even better in a worse way" euphemism (n): the substitution of an agreeable or inoffensive expression for one that may offend or suggest something unpleasant "Alternative facts" the already immortal phrase that Trump aide Kellyanne Conway used to describe falsehoods perpetuated by Trumps press secretary was euphemistic to the point that it may offend some people to call it a euphemism at all Other language used by press secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday when he apparently referred to Nazi concentration camps as "Holocaust centers" falls onto the same end of the spectrum (Linguist Ben Zimmer who presides over the event notes that such items might find themselves in the running for an even more dubious honor known as "WTF Word of the Year") While the vote is by no means sewn up reaccommodate found serious resonance online as did a statement in which "reaccommodated" passengers like the man who was hauled out of his seat were described as "volunteers" Merriam-Webster which monitors spikes in the words people are looking up noted that lookups for volunteer spiked about 1900% following the incident But lookups for the more rarely encountered reaccommodate spiked by 80000% On the dictionarys site the definition is simple: to accommodate again But accommodate itself has been defined with what Merriam-Webster Editor-at-Large Peter Sokolowski calls some "particularly apposite meanings" such as "to make room for" and "to hold without crowding or inconvenience" The Oxford English Dictionary describes accommodation as an act that involves obliging assisting providing comfort or conferring favors "Its all about context" says Zimmer a sociolinguist of why this euphemism is so remarkable "Theres this enormous disconnect between peoples eyewitness views of a man being pummeled versus this antiseptic corporate speak that came out in the apology" In the days of social media when there are helpful visual aides that can contrast with a politicians or companys account of a controversial event and when armies of irascible tweeters are ready to pounce on a single misplaced descriptor euphemisms arent great deflective shields As hundreds of thousands of people watched the video and felt empathy for the man Zimmer says the notion that he was being accommodated not just once but twice conveyed a robotic lack of "human emotion" To some extent people expect unhinged jargon from corporations entities that describe widespread firings as "talent upgrades" and trump up shelf-stacking jobs as openings for "replenishment associates" But reaccommodate stretched into the infuriation-prone realm of "denying reality" while being transparently hopelessly "self-serving" Peters says Euphemisms can certainly be used for good to spare feelings to search out neutral ground to avoid taboos among older folk who may be prone to "cardiovascular events" and they can be used for legalistic or procedural reasons that may seem as silly from the outside as they do practical from within as when military officers swap nuanced officialese But Peters says that the words in his euphemism collection are often cloaking shame "If you dont say it or if you dont call it what it is" he says "it didnt happen" Last years winner in the American Dialect Societys vote for Euphemism of the Year was "locker room banter" the phrase then-candidate Donald Trump used to describe lewd bragging about how he could grab women "by the p—y" caught on an Access Hollywood tape In earlier years the laurels went to "EIT" an abbreviation used in a Senate torture report for "the already euphemistic enhanced interrogation techniques" Gwenyth Paltrow got a nomination after referring to her separation from her husband as a "conscious uncoupling" And former intelligence chief James Clapper uttered a winner when he characterized his denial that the NSA had collected data on millions of Americans as the "least untruthful" path There is something to be said for the fact that the context in which reaccommodate was used was air travel a realm plagued by stilted euphemisms from the lavatory to the full upright and locked middle seat Passengers have bins of rage toward airlines just waiting to be deplaned whether theyve been trapped in an automated phone call for hours or experienced the turbulence of trying to keep a carry-on bag while in the subordinate social underclass known as "Group 5" The United Airlines employees who bumped the man in the viral video from his seat were referred to as “must-ride passengers” The language used by airline representatives often seems to be "the corporate voice from nowhere where theres no discernible individual behind the language addressing people who want to engage in an emotional way and who are often shut down" Zimmer says No doubt United has received some backlash about the statement out of frustration travelers have built up over years toward this type of doublespeak Euphemisms get a bad rap for lots of reasons: being vague causing wearisome pussyfooting or perhaps because their users seem to be eschewing responsibility through reframing or willful obtuseness United Airlines’ CEO seemed to realize that a frank acknowledgement was one thing the people wanted when Munoz released a revamped apology on Tuesday calling the reaccommodation incident a "truly horrific event" in which a customer was "forcibly removed" Euphemisms can be creative and funny and useful too says Peters: "If we were just completely truthful in the most direct language about everything all the time we might kill each other" And the news is bound to be packed with many more examples laughable and heart-breaking before the next vote comes around "Theres a lot of year left" he says "But this one is going to be a contender" Write to Katy Steinmetz at katysteinmetz@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsPresident Muhammadu Buhari returned to Abuja on Friday following a 2-day working visit to Lagos State Buhari during the visit inaugurated some projects and also attended the 10th Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Colloquium Upon his return Buhari went straight to the National Mosque Abuja where he performed the 2-Raka’at Juma’at prayer The President also attended the wedding fatiha of Hamza Ahmed and Hadiza Jika which was performed immediately after the prayer session at the mosque The groom Hamza Ahmed is a younger brother to Aisha Buhari the president’s wife Also present at the wedding were the Senate President Dr Bukola Saraki Governors of Nasarawa and Bauchi States Alhaji Tanko Almakura and Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar respectively Other personalities included the National Security Adviser retired Maj-Gen Babagana Mongonu ministers and former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP Ahmadu Ali Reno Omokri former New Media aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan has highlighted achievements of his principal during his tenure as president of Nigeria Omokri listed fourteen Universities Abuja- Kaduna railway three power stations as part of Jonathan’s achievement in reaction to the latest statement credited to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Osinbajo had on Thursday said Buhari’s administration has invested more in infrastructure than Jonathan’s during his speech at the 10th Bola Tinubu Colloquium Osinbajo lists N-Power other SIP achievements under Buhari The Vice President pointed to this as one of the reasons why the current government would keep talking about failures of the immediate past administration Reacting Omokri on his Twitter page highlighted infrastructural and other achievements by Jonathan during his 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